• Shurtleff

    Roots of a cowboy

    ELGIN —  Right around the turn of the 19th century, artist Charles Russell argued that the Old West would soon be lost. “I think he probably had that right,” local […]

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  • oboe

    Woodwind and brass combine

    Due to the winter storm, the chamber concert has been postponed until 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13.  LA GRANDE — Oboe player Lauren Guthridge, joined by a handful of other local […]

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  • Backcountry Festival

    Backcountry Festival back for fifth year

    ANTHONY LAKES — The name of the Eastern Oregon Backcountry Festival says it all — it’s a celebration of locals who enjoy exploring the region’s backcountry. “It started as a […]

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  • african dance

    Quick Takes: Jan. 18

    ACE holds annual African Music and Dance Party LA GRANDE — Art Center East will host its sixth annual African Music and Dance Party from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. […]

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  • nhotic

    Any time a good time to discover history

    BAKER CITY — Any time is a good time to learn more about history, and special programs continue throughout  the winter months at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center […]

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  • tttc

    Big Read events inspired by war stories

    ENTERPRISE — Soldiers have a heavy load to carry, with physical items as well as intangible burdens weighing on their shoulders. So go the tales of Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They […]

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