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'This Is Not Normal.' Eastern Oregon Ranchers Struggle With Deepening Drought

In the shadow of remote Dry Mountain, branding is the only way to guarantee a fair sorting of cattle between ranchers in the fall.

Animals’ ear tags can rub off in the rough, sage-studded country. 45 more words


Healthy, Happy Smiles Releases Report Detailing Impact to Children's Oral Health in Participating Schools in Harney, Grant, Baker, and Malheur Counties

The Eastern Oregon Healthy Living Alliance (EOHLA) has released a report for Healthy, Happy Smiles, a program that provides free dental services and oral health education through the 2017-2018 school year offered to 4670 school-aged children in Kindergarten through 12th grades in 29 schools in Harney, Grant, Baker, and Malheur counties. 35 more words

The Lund Report

A Year's Worth Of Controversy Hasn't Put This Eastern Oregon Mega-Dairy Under...Yet 

One of the Northwest’s largest dairies has faced some big troubles in its first year of operation. The rise and rapid fall of Lost Valley Farm has deeply frustrated environmentalists and has shocked neighboring farms and fellow dairy operators. 50 more words

OPB - Oregon Public Broadcasting

Lake Abert Reflection 3

Still water and clouds over Lake Abert in eastern Oregon…


Our view: Discover Eastern Oregon, others have already

Umatilla County is no longer a secret, hidden from tourists from around the state, region and world. As we reported last week, visitors to the area increased 13 percent in 2017 from year prior, just one piece of a wider increase in tourism statewide. 31 more words


REV Center a ‘talent pipeline for future vitality”

At the regular Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday, members were updated on the Rural Engagement and Vitality Center.

The Center was described as a “talent pipeline for future vitality” by Tim Seydel, vice president for university advancement. 32 more words

La Grande Observer

Coming Soon...Improvements Are Being Made at Crystal Crane

If you’ve recently come for a soak, you may have noticed a little dirt being pushed around our property. That’s because we are busy making improvements to better enhance the soaking experience for our overnight and day use guests. 497 more words

Hot Springs