UNION COUNTY:  Road closure at Sheep Creek

UNION COUNTY: Road closure at Sheep Creek

Starting Monday, May 20, 2019, the La Grande District of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest will temporarily close forest roads and trails along an estimated 4.5 miles of Sheep Creek, a tributary to the Grande RondeSee More

OREGON:  Expanding the free lunch program

OREGON: Expanding the free lunch program

With a new tax package for schools, Oregon will be expanding its federal free breakfast and lunch program. This program is to make sure more students in public schools will be included in having something to eatSee More

BAKER CITY:  Asking for a smaller school bond

BAKER CITY: Asking for a smaller school bond

The Baker City 5J School Board is considering and asking the voters to approve a much smaller Bond request than last November’s $48 million dollar proposal that was turned down in a big way. At their recent school boardSee More

BAKER CITY:  Budget Hearing set

BAKER CITY: Budget Hearing set

Baker City’s Budget Hearings begin tonight at six pm in the Council Chambers at the City Hall. The Public is welcome and input is scheduled early in the meeting. If needed, additional Hearings will be held TuesdaySee More

JOHN DAY: Invasive plant control on the forest

JOHN DAY: Invasive plant control on the forest

The Malheur National Forest will soon begin invasive plant control on the forest. Control will be conducting using an integrated approach, including prevention; manual, mechanical, herbicide, biological control and cultural treatmentsSee More

 
SALEM:  Cap and trade moves to Ways and Means

SALEM: Cap and trade moves to Ways and Means

House Bill 2020 has made it out of committee and is heading to the Joint Ways and Means Committee. Democrats are also trying to hang a new name on the measure, which raises fees on businesses and utilities that produceSee More

UMATILLA COUNTY:  Graduation gets closer

UMATILLA COUNTY: Graduation gets closer

The big show for our PHS graduates will be Saturday morning, June 1, 10 a.m., at the Round-Up Grounds,” Superintendent Chris Fritsch said. “We beat the heat for the most part. We’re wrapping up around 11:30-11:45, and theSee More