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Bridge repair key to Eagle Cap Excursion Train’s return to Wallowa County

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The Eagle Cap Excursion Train runs out of the depot in Elgin and reverses course prior to arriving in Minam.

The reason? A substandard bridge.

A formal move to begin the process of replacing the bridge has b...

Single mom from Lewiston wins Soroptimist’s Live Your Dream Award

- The $2,000 grant is given annually to a woman who is head of household pursing a college degree.

Wallowa roundball teams face Echo, Powder Valley

- The Lady Cougars held Echo fairly close, losing 25-39, but were trounced by Powder Valley, 24-80.

It’s Back: Winter Fishtrap returns after six-year hiatus

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After a six-year hiatus, Winter Fishtrap is returning later this month under the theme “The New Agrarians.”

Three days of activities are planned around topics related to new farmers, the issues they f...

2,000+ bicyclists on their way: Cycle Oregon’s ‘Classic’ will make a stopover in Wallowa County in September

- The event also rolls through Pendleton for two nights, coinciding with the Pendleton Roundup.

Wallowa County bed tax disagreement: Price says county has been heavy-handed

- She maintains she cannot be held responsible for penalties and interest when she was not made aware of the tax provisions in the first place.

Wallowa’s Lady Cougars fall to Powder Valley, Nixyaawii

- Wallowa stuck closer to Powder Valley this outing than the last matchup earlier in the season.

Going for the glass: St. Pius X in Wallowa nearing homestretch on window refurbishing

- The tiny congregation’s building at the end of South Pine St. has a total of 13 stained glass windows.

First-ever Zine published in Wallowa County

- Zine editing is a maiden voyabe for MacDonald, although she has self-published a book of poems.

Enterprise Elks Lodge coordinates delivery of 120 baskets of cheer

- Inside were potatoes, apples, oranges, cranberry sauce, celery, onions, a variety of candy. Each family received a turkey.

Deadline near for Oregon Cultural Trust donations

- Dec. 31 is last day to take advantage.