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Questions remain on Wallowa County bed tax vote

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Wallowa County Commissioners Susan Roberts and Paul Castilleja have expressed their concerns about the process used to move the idea of an expanded Transient Lodging Tax to a vote.

The controversial tax bump idea f...

McCoy to head library foundation

- More volunteers are needed.

Wallowa County voters will rule on lodging tax hike in November

- A portion of the proceeds would be targeted for improvements at Wallowa County Fairgrounds.

Perfect weather greets gathering, festival

- More than 35 booths were on hand

Wallowa History Center plans open house

- Research materials have been moved to the compound.

Indoor athletic facility moves forward

- Grants are being written, fundraisers set

Wallowa’s Memorial Town Square project on the move

- Fundraiser planned for June 30

Enterprise’s Summerfest steps off Saturday

- This year’s event features a parade.

Wallowa County Safe Communities Coalition adds ‘Movies in the Parks’

- First show will be July 5

Arentsen named to state rec group

- Hopes to bring projects to Wallowa County.

Lostine Fire Department receives ‘new’ truck

- Tanker is gift from Hillsboro.

Minam lodge honored by Condé Nast

- Visitors Center at Minam (the old Minam Station) has undergone a use-friendly remodel.

Marijuana votes likely in Enterprise, Joseph

- Group works to bring idea to voters

Wallowa County’s Hawkins sisters fine with fowl

- It’s successful in many ways but not necessarily financially, they contend.

Wellens Farwell will build Enterrise City Hall, fire station

- Work on airport lights set.

Broncs and Bulls: New events, big bulls, the usual mayhem

- The rodeo follows Enterprise Summerfest June 23.

Life through colored glasses: Spotlight turned on Irlen Syndrome

- Individuals with Irlen have often been misdiagnosed with ADHD or Dyslexia.

Not your traditional commencement ceremony: Four alt ed students graduate

- The school provides a hands-on, project-based curriculum with the opportunity to work in both classroom setting and a packet-based system in the afternoons.

Fledgling Wallowa County trap team members bound for state

- Two have qualified for nationals.

No soapbox derby for Summerfest

- Other activities are planned for Enterprise celebration

EHS ranks 12th in Oregon

- Enterprise High had a graduation rate of 93 percent.