My View – September/October 2016

Wow! What a summer! I hope your summer has been every bit as fun as mine has. This past Saturday I attended the annual Timber Tiger Lodge party, which takes place on the side of the Elkhorn Mountains, overlooking the entire Baker Valley. The food was fabulous, the band was amazing, the dancing, of course,…

Oregon Maverick – Lars Larson on the Air Across the PNW

By Lori Kimbel Lars Larson is well known around the Pacific Northwest; some people hang on his every word, others are known to disagree with him adamantly, this is what makes his local talk show the most listened to radio talk show in the northwest. He does not hide from controversy and seems to thrive…

My View from the July/August 2016 Issue

Here we go, summer is in full swing. It’s time for camping, fishing, bike riding, kayaking, hiking and all other types of outdoor activities.   I was lucky enough to start my summer off at Barton Park in Boring, Oregon where a portion of my family got together to camp, tell tall tales around the…

Spring is Just Around the Corner – Thank Goodness!!

These first couple months of 2016 have proven to be quite eventful to say the least, and we are covering some of those events on the following pages.   I hope you enjoy the article on the situation in Harney County, written by University of Oregon professor, Peter Walker, for Northeast Oregon Business News and…

Happy New Year! – Letter from the Editor

The beginning of a new year is always so exciting to me. I’m never sorry to see an old year go, sometimes I am sentimental about it, other times I’ve been ready to put the year behind me without so much as a small glance back, but I have never felt the need to hold…

It’s a Wrap!

Well, just like that, summer is over, the leaves are starting to fall from the trees and winter is just around the corner.   The fires have died down, yet some still burn, the danger however is nothing like it was in the heart of fireseason this year.   Of course this publication took me…

Let it Rain, Let it Rain, Let it Rain!

This letter is coming to you with a heavy heart. As I write this letter, smoke from the many forest fires that are burning hot in th PNW lays thick along the street by my house and in my yard.   Three men who were fighting one of the beasts in Twisp, will not return…

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