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Journalist left a legacy
Journalist left a legacy
Rocky Wilson lived through 18 near-death experiences before finally saying goodbye

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Urrea will keynote Fishtrap ‘Gathering’
Urrea will keynote Fishtrap ‘Gathering’

The 30th-annual Summer Fishtrap Gathering of Writers is well on its way to being a sell-out.

The week-long conference, July 10-16, features writing workshops in fiction, poetry, nonfiction and songwriting all in the setting of Wallowa Lake. The...

Calendar: What’s happening in Wallowa County

Loomed Beaded Hatband Class: 4 p.m. Josephy Center,403 North Main, Joseph, Three-day class with Celeste “Cece” Whitewolf. Materials included with fee. Limit 10 students.

News in brief: Wilson family to visit Josephy Center
A glance at what’s new in Wallowa County
EHS HONOR ROLL

Enterprise Jr. and Sr. High School

Fourth Quarter Honor Roll - 2016-2017

New 3D mammography unit arrives at Wallowa Memorial Hospital
New 3D mammography unit arrives at Wallowa Memorial Hospital
Save for Medical Guide?
Summer lunch program under way

Children across the county ages birth through 18 will have the opportunity to eat a healthy and delicious meal four days a week throughout the summer.

Summer Lunch in the Park is sponsored by Building Healthy Families and is held in three...

Fire dislodges family of five
Blaze forces family from home.
Community Calendar: A comprehensive listing of events in Wallowa County

Courthouse Concert Series: 5:30 p.m., Wallowa County Courthouse, 101 S. River St. Enterprise. Local and regional musicians featuring a broad range of musical genres including classical, folk, jazz and rock. Bring a picnic and family...

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AARP driving course offered

The AARP Smart Driver course, a new and enhanced driving refresher course from AARP Driver Safety, will be offered at Wallowa County Senior Center, 701 NW 1st Street, Enterprise 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, July...

For the record

3:56 a.m. –– Cecil Alvin Magden, 55, was arrested on a secret indictment for possession of methamphetamines by the Roseburg PD.

4:18 p.m. –– Disturbance reported in...

Ranchers will sue over wolf study

Wallowa County Chieftain

The Oregon Cattlemen’s Association announced this week its intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for its failure to complete an environmental study that would remove gray wolves from the endangered...

Joseph considers running waste transfer sites
June 1 city council meeting offers less fireworks.
Wallowa County teachers safe from budget axe
Wallowa County teachers safe from budget axe
Very brief outline of proposed budgets
Joseph council debates hiring policies
Fireworks still the name of the game at Joseph city council meeting.
Business Foundations class begins July 10

The Business Foundations Class that has assisted numerous Wallowa County residents in preparing them to run their own businesses is coming back. The free seven-week workshop series helps entrepreneurs and small-business owners build the basis for a...

Biz Buzz: New shingle, joyful returns and congratulations
Biz Buzz: New shingle, joyful returns and congratulations
new manager, retired bank employee, balloon biz
Wallowa teacher to serve on ODE advisory board
Wallowa teacher to serve on ODE advisory board
Melanie Rowley is second wallowa schools teacher to serve on STAB
Suit filed in Joseph wastewater dispute
Diamond D Ranch of Joseph sues city for alleged breach of contract.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS: What’s happening in Wallowa County

Adult Ceramics Class: 3 p.m. Joseph Center, 403 North Main Street. No previous experience is required.

NEWS IN BRIEF: Lostine River Run planned
NEWS IN BRIEF: Lostine River Run planned

Melville earns 4-H scholarship

Bryce Melville has received the Wallowa County 4-H Association $1,000 scholarships presented to a high school senior who has been involved in the program. Bryce will be attending Blue Mountain Community College in...

Civility, roll of dice, mark end of deadlocked school board race
District 4 Joseph school board election comes down to a roll of the dice.
For the record: Public safety reports in Wallowa County

Monday, May 22

• 7:40 a.m. –– Report of a motor vehicle crash on Hwy. 82 with no one around in rural Lostine.

• 3:02 p.m. –– Report of identify theft in rural...

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Hot licks at School of Rock graduation
Hot licks at School of Rock graduation
School of Rock graduation held at range Rider.
Eclipse briefing: Impacts uncertain in Wallowa County
Eclipse briefing: Impacts uncertain in Wallowa County
Wallowa planning for tourism but not innundation for eclips
Joseph grad earns biomedical grant
Joseph grad earns biomedical grant

Fascination with X-men drives his research

Leigh Latta, an assistant professor in the Natural Sciences at Mathematics Division at Lewis-Clark State College, in Lewiston, Idaho, has been awarded an IDeA Network of Biomedical Research...

Josephy Center celebrates Nez Perce, Plateau Indian culture

The beginning of a month of activities at the Josephy Center celebrating the Indians who once made this place home will be Saturday, June 3. An exhibit of historical photographs and artifacts –– “The Way They Lived: The...

WALLOWA COUNTY COMMUNITY CALENDAR: The most comprehensive listing of what’s happening in your back yard

NEOEDD Attorney Workshop for Small Business Owners: 6:30 p.m. 400 E. Grant, Enterprise. For small-business owners who seek basic legal information. Learn about the factors that you should be taking into account as you make decisions,...

New collection, new honors for Maxville
New collection, new honors for Maxville
New collection and new honors for Maxville and director
NEWS IN BRIEF: Firewood permits available

Firewood permits available June 1

The Wallowa Mountains Office of the U.S. Forest Service will be offering commercial firewood permits in the Lostine Corridor on a limited basis through the end of June.

Up to six permits will be issued...

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Biz Buzz: New shingle, joyful returns and congratulations
new manager, retired bank employee, balloon biz
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Journalist left a legacy
Rocky Wilson lived through 18 near-death experiences before finally saying goodbye
Wallowa Hometown Project moving toward completion
progress on many fronts
Quilt show winners announced
Cancer awareness race is Saturday
Urrea will keynote Fishtrap ‘Gathering’