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ISLAND CITY — The 26th annual Grande Ronde Hospital Foundation fundraising golf tournament brought 72 golfers to La Grande Country Club Saturday, Sept. 12. The yearly tournament helps raise mo…

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JOSEPH — The 38th annual Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts began Friday, Sept. 11, with a few changes because of the pandemic, according to a press release.

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BAKER CITY — The creations of three Union County artists were among those that stood out at a recent art show in Baker City.

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KAMPALA, Uganda — The COVID-19 pandemic is testing the patience of some religious leaders across Africa who worry they will lose followers, and funding, as restrictions on gatherings continue.…

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LEWISTON, Idaho — Three Wallowa County organizations were among 21 approved for Fast-Track Small Grants from June through August by the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation.

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We all have heard stats in the media about the increasing number of deaths by suicide in Oregon. My work for the past 18 years has been in the trenches working to prevent those deaths. There a…

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JOSEPH — The board of Slow Food Wallowas has announced that Moonglow Mushrooms LLC, a local food startup owned by Caroline Leone of Joseph, is the winner of the organization’s 2020 Producer Gr…

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NEHALEM — The Neahrings, a longtime dairying family in Tillamook County, have seen enough grief and disaster in their lives to make anyone throw in the towel.

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JOSEPH — In a virtual Brown Bag presentation at noon, Tuesday, Aug. 25, John Marshall will introduce his work and the subject of an upcoming April exhibit at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture.

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LA GRANDE — The Cusick chapter of the Native Plant Society is charged with preserving native plants in Gangloff Park above La Grande. That entails, among other things, rooting out invasive and…

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CORVALLIS — The following students hailing from Northeast Oregon earned a place on the spring 2020 Oregon State University honor roll. Due to the pandemic, the students completed spring term online.