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Editorial: Shining a spotlight on agriculture
Editorial: Shining a spotlight on agriculture
Like much of America, fewer and fewer Wallowa County residents have a true personal connection to agriculture.

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Letter: Elk remain a scourge for ranchers

I participated in the educational elk meetings hosted by Mike and Pam Harshfield.

First of all, the meeting was taken out of their hands, and the district attorney took over.

The meeting consisted of what landowners can and can’t do...

Letter: Elk continue to be a problem in Wallowa County
Letter: Elk continue to be a problem in Wallowa County
In my humble opinion, it is time for the state to take the lead in developing new management guidelines for elk.
Letter: Joseph High School student Alexis Sykora’s project noted
Alexis used the money she raised to purchase athletic shoes to be given to students at her school who might otherwise not be able to have them.
Our Voice: Bright future for road repairs in Joseph
Our Voice: Bright future for road repairs in Joseph
According to numbers provided by ODOT, Joseph will receive $64,300 from state highway trust fund in 2018.
That will jump to $81,300 in coming years.
Cooperation key to quality health care
The following submission was prepared by representatives of Wallowa Memorial Hospital, Mountain View Medical Clinic, Wallowa Valley Center for Wellness and Winding Waters Community Health Center.

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Editorials

Editorial: Shining a spotlight on agriculture
Like much of America, fewer and fewer Wallowa County residents have a true personal connection to agriculture.
Our Voice: Bright future for road repairs in Joseph
According to numbers provided by ODOT, Joseph will receive $64,300 from state highway trust fund in 2018.
That will jump to $81,300 in coming years.
Cooperation key to quality health care

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Kudos for ‘responsibility’ theme

Thank you for the very thoughtful Wahl to Wall column in the Chieftain Feb. 14.

For a long time, I have wondered what happened to the word...

Letter: Time for WURA to get on board
Up to this point, it seems to us that the WURA board and railroad managers just simply lack the initiative to get anything done with regard to...
Letter: Resentful about paying taxes this year
Letter: Elk remain a scourge for ranchers
Letter: Elk continue to be a problem in Wallowa County