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News in Brief: HAWK internship apps available
Short but information-packed
Wallowa County bed tax hike remains in play
Gray slapped with new charges
Tamkaliks fundraiser nets $1,200 for scholarships

Sports

Joseph, Enterprise compete on new La Grande track
Three Enterprise boys runners placed in the top five in the 200 M.
Joseph teams fourth in Small Schools Invitational
Sports roundup: Farwell debuts on the mound
Eagle Cap shooters plan family day April 21

Life

3 minutes with Melanie Harvey
She met her husband, Justin Harvey, in 2000.
3 minutes with Eric Sinclair

Columns

Wahl to Wall: Once a rodeo queen, always a rodeo queen
Wahl is editor of the Wallowa County Chieftain.
Main Street: Women’s month, women’s time
Guest Column: Lifelong library user chimes in
Guest Column: Changing attitudes –– It’s not a rite of passage

Opinion

Library district would unfairly tax farmers, ranchers
U.S. Forest Service charges permit and trail head fees to those who use the wilderness
Letter: Waiting for broadband but losing hope
Letter: Candidate will ‘Get Er Dunn’
Letter: Appreciation for reporting efforts

Capital Bureau

Special session for small biz tax break set for May 21
The Legislative Revenue Office found that about 9,000 Oregon sole proprietorships would be eligible...
Sentencing reform case heads to Supreme Court
Salem attorney says Senate candidate is making false claims
Labor commissioner: Elected or appointed?

Obituaries

Obituary: Susan Rose Anderson
She had worked at Wallowa Title Company in Enterprise.
Obituary: Dennis Bluhn
Obituary: Ella Maxwell
Obituary: Blake Lee Carper

Special Sections

Out of the Past: $7,000 needed for new x-ray machine
The Wallowa Mountain Visitor Center in Enterprise received a $260,000 photo exhibit.