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Guest Column: Two years on and we’re no greater
Guest Column: Two years on and we’re no greater
Carl Kiss is a semi-retired attorney who lives in Enterprise.

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Wahl to Wall: The fabric of our landscape is changing
Wahl is editor of The Chieftain.
And Furthermore: Facing death at Bedrock Rapid
Jon Rombach used to row boats on Wallowa County rivers for a living but hung up his guiding Chacos and nowadays works for Nez Perce Fisheries in Wallowa County rivers. He writes a column for the Chieftain.
Pastor’s Corner: A lot of life lessons can be found in a cemetery
Rev. Tim Barton is lead pastor of Wallowa Assembly of God Church in Wallowa.
Wahl to Wall: How cynical are we anyway?
Wahl to Wall: How cynical are we anyway?
Wahl is editor of The Chieftain.
Dutch flier who died in Wallowa County to be honored
Dutch flier who died in Wallowa County to be honored
Wahl is editor of The Chieftain
Let’s Roll: Dems view Republicans as personal enemies
Anita VanGrunsven is a grandmother who lives in rural Wallowa with time to think.
Guest Column: No perjurer of any stripe should be Supreme Court Justice
Carl Kiss is a semi-retired attorney who lives in Enterprise.
Political Philosophy: Ford was the more credible witness
John McColgan writes from his home in Joseph.
Guest Column: Measure 106 deserves your support
Guest Column: Measure 106 deserves your support
Annette Lathrop is Oregon Life United Wallowa County Coordinator and formerly authored the Chieftain column “Just Thinking.”
Open Range: How I became a ‘working’ volunteer
Barrie Qualle is a Wallowa County-based cowboy and author.
Main Street: Common sense, women’s sense
Columnist Rich Wandschneider lives in Joseph.
Wahl to Wall: Vacation is always too short
Wahl is editor of The Chieftain.
Eating Healthy: Safety should be top concern for Halloween
Ann Bloom is a nutrition program assistant for the OSU Extension Service in Wallowa County.

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