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Main Street: How good were the ‘good old days?’
Main Street: How good were the ‘good old days?’
Columnist Rich Wandschneider lives in Joseph.

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Mountain Medicine: Shringrix –– The new shingles vaccine
Mountain Medicine: Shringrix –– The new shingles vaccine
Adults older than 80 have a 35 to 50 percent chance of developing shingles.
And Furthermore: Boatload of knowledge at the library
The Lahaina, Maui, public library may or may not have saved my life.
Wahl to Wall: New column debuts this week
Mountain Medicine will review and summarize selected medical topics with an emphasis on newer drugs, vaccines and general healthcare topics.
Guest Column: Mueller once good, now evil?
Guest Column: Mueller once good, now evil?
Carl Kiss is a retired attorney who resides in Enterprise.
Guest Column: City libraries won’t last without district
Kimberly Witherrite was an original member of the group organized to support Measure 32-41.
“Resistance’ movement is working
John McColgan writes from his home in Joseph.
Wahl to Wall: No snarky campaigns in Wallowa County
Wahl is editor of the Wallowa County Chieftain.
Eating Right: The importance of eating meals together
Ann Bloom is a nutrition program assistant for the OSU Extension Service in Wallowa County. She can be contacted at 541-426-3143.

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