Featured Stories


AHA task force releases report on vulnerable communities
Wallowa Memorial Hospital CEO Larry Davy participated in report.
Authorities name suspects in illegal elk killings
The Bookloft celebrates 40 years
New network of websites helps livestock owners worldwide


Enterprise girls cruise against Wallowa

Armed with a solid group of experienced seniors and a deep bench of talented youngsters, the...

Sports Scoreboard
Outlaws off to solid start
Enterprise horse trainer claims world reining title in Texas


Courses to help train mental health first responders

First responders aren’t always people jumping into emergency services vehicles with...

Help select book for 2018 Big Read
Out of the Past: Cod liver oil — before it’s too late
Little free library pops up in Enterprise


Guest column: A commitment to prevention

One of the greatest, under-appreciated benefits of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which remains...

Guest column: Fix, don’t scrap, the Electoral College
Political Philosophy: Understanding fanaticism in mass movements
Guest column: Tips for dealing with seasonal stress


Editorial Cartoon

Editorial cartoon for the Nov. 30 edition.

Editorial: Fake news fixation has the power to reshape our world
Letter: Local mental health assistance
Letter: Animal Control tax?

Capital Bureau

Brown proposes cuts, tax hikes in 2017-19 budget
Gov. Kate Brown spared K-12 education and tuition assistance in a budget that cuts most other...
Audit: Agencies still face IT security vulnerabilities
Marijuana testing poses regulatory quandaries
Parties reach interim settlement in DHS lawsuit


OBITUARY: Herbert Merwin Ovestrud

Herbert Merwin Ovestrud of Enterprise passed away Nov. 27 at the age of 79.

Everyone has...

Death notice: Herbert Overstrud
Death notice: James C. White
OBITUARY: Nanci Leigh Johnson

Special Sections

Out of the Past: Cougars to vie for state football title
Items of interest from the pages of The Chieftain from this week in years past.
Out of the Past: Lewiston Highway project finally to begin