Grant County Court roundup: Dec. 7, 2016.
Extra police patrols for impaired drivers planned Dec. 16 to Jan. 1.
December outlook calls for below-normal temperatures, above-normal precipitation.
As the oldest standing legislative committee in the U.S. House, the Energy and Commerce Committee ha
Fire department accepting donations for food baskets.
Dec. 1-23, the business will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and additionally from 1-3 p.m. on the first three Saturdays, Dec. 3, Dec. 10 and Dec. 17.
A single vehicle rollover killed one on Tuesday.
County records 35 aggressive dog incidents since July 2015.
Flat Project 30-day scoping period begins Dec. 7.
Proceeds increase 30 percent this year to $24,000.
Walker discusses the importance of perspective in a marriage.
Winter conditions and dense fog close part of Interstate 84.
The mountain will open to the public on Saturday.
News agency says public records lawsuit led to disclosure of previously withheld documents.
Two arrests were made in Ritter following a 911 call of an assault.
Medical marijuana facility on Wilderness Road will feature security measures.
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Two arrested for drug possession and attempting to elude police officers.
Prairie City Senior Thrift Store expands hours for after-school Christmas shopping.
New Blue Mountain Hospital CEO Derek Daly says public relations are critical to success.
Fair Office Manager Mindy Winegar to replace retiring Fair Manager Mary Weaver.
Wiwaanaytt creek and meadow near Grant-Baker county line will remain.
Presentation provides tools to prevent child predators.
New public defender surprised by genuinely friendly community.
The divide between urban and rural appears wider than ever after the bitter presidential campaign and election, but some still believe they can bridge the gap.
Grant County can look forward to a new library.
Variable speed sign on I-84 between La Grande and Baker City now activated.
A vehicle stolen from John Day was recovered in Salem, according to a press release from the John Day Police Department.
The department received a report at 1 p.m. Friday that a Ford F-150 pick-up truck parked behind Doug’s Motor Vehicle...
Cesar Roque played soccer for Hermiston High School.
Five-year agreement includes annual increases.
Dismissal does not preclude The Oregonian from seeking attorney fees.