Monthly Archives: May 2014

Family Fun Day on the Train

Looking for a different view of the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway and The Wallowas? The Eagle Cap Excursion Train is preparing for the next train ride on Saturday, June 14. Family Fun Day was created to attract more families and … Continue reading

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Memorial Weekend Marks Start of Summer Recreation Season on the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest

Baker City, OR – With the Memorial Day weekend around the corner, National Forests are gearing up for the start to the traditional Northwest recreation season. A wide range of activities awaits in Oregon and Washington’s 16 national forests, Columbia … Continue reading

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Brownlee Reservoir Water Level

Idaho Power has provided this information regarding their planned operations at Brownlee Reservoir. With the current state of the system (particularly snowpack and upstream reservoir levels) and future weather forecasts, the USACE has agreed to allow Idaho Power to begin … Continue reading

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Meet the Pioneers and Karen Haas at Trail Center

BAKER CITY, OR. – The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is offering two days of special programs featuring historic re-enactors and demonstrations of frontier life on Saturday and Sunday May 24 and 25. Between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. … Continue reading

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Lostine Tavern Set to Reopen Soon

It’s exciting to read about projects that come together as if planned by a higher power. The Lostine Tavern project in Lostine, Oregon, is just such an instance. The historic tavern that serves the ranching community, local residents and visitors … Continue reading

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Department of Transportation Travel Advisory

Travelers throughout Oregon should be aware that summer is not only a busy time for vacationers, it is also the season when weather permits the Oregon Department of Transportation to repair and otherwise improve our highways. Below is information about … Continue reading

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A Fresh Perspective

Those of us fortunate enough to live within view of the Blue and Wallowa Mountains of Northeast Oregon know why we like it here and love looking out at the peaks every day. We each tend to call them “my … Continue reading

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