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OR: Organization Provides Rides to Those Who Need Them

One La Grande program is making a big name for itself nationally as its success rate grows. Northeast Oregon Public Transit's Rides to Wellness program began in 2014 after receiving a grant of nearly $70,000 from the Eastern Oregon
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