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Weston

September 7, 2021

Long Branch kitchen suffered heaviest damage

WESTON – The cause of the fire Sunday afternoon at …Read More

Salem

September 7, 2021

Redistricting hearings begin tomorrow

SALEM – Virtual public hearings on redrawing the Oregon’s legislative …Read More

Walla Walla

September 7, 2021

Street survey is on the workshop agenda

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla City Council will hold …Read More

Pendleton

September 7, 2021

Fire Chief Critchley to report on ambulance runs

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council meets at 7 p.m. …Read More

College Place

September 7, 2021

Council to study low water pressure event

COLLEGE PLACE — The College Place City Council will hold …Read More

The Dalles

September 7, 2021

Weekend closures of The Dalles Bridge begin Thursday

THE DALLES – The Oregon Department of Transportation will begin …Read More

Walla Walla

September 6, 2021

Man arrested after vehicle rams house

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Police Department reports that …Read More

Weston

September 6, 2021

Investigation is underway in Long Branch fire

WESTON – An Oregon State fire marshal was on the …Read More

Mission

September 3, 2021

A report that CTUIR is considering pulling out of Round-Up is only a rumor

MISSION – COVID-19 has hit the Confederated Tribes of the …Read More

Walla Walla

September 3, 2021

ATVs now allowed on some county roads

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office is …Read More

Hermiston

September 3, 2021

Time’s running out to have a voice in Hermiston’s future

HERMISTON – Hermiston residents can have a say in the …Read More

Olympia

September 3, 2021

GOP senators call out Kreidler

OLYMPIA — Two Republican state senators are calling on Washington …Read More

Pendleton

September 3, 2021

Some records fall in summer heat

PENDLETON – In meteorological terms, summer is comprised of the …Read More

Pendleton

September 3, 2021

CCS now runs the county’s substance abuse program

PENDLETON – Community Counseling Solutions has taken over caring for …Read More

Kennewick

September 2, 2021

Forensic evidence links suspect to shootings, fires

KENNEWICK — Forensic testing of shotgun shells recovered in last …Read More

Pendleton

September 2, 2021

Levy says Brown won’t Let ‘er Buck this year

ECHO – Oregon Gov. Kate Brown will not be attending …Read More

Baker City

September 2, 2021

McMorris Rodgers plays part in medals of honor bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Representatives Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Spokane) and …Read More

Pendleton

September 2, 2021

Hot, dry August morphs into hot, dry September

PENDLETON – August was hotter and drier than normal throughout …Read More

Hermiston

September 1, 2021

Most reform laws were already in effect for HPD

HERMISTON – Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston said many of …Read More

Walla Walla

September 1, 2021

WWPD wants to bridge the gap with the community

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Police Department wants to …Read More

Pendleton

September 1, 2021

Til Taylor street widening due to urban renewal funds

PENDLETON – Urban renewal funding is fueling major road projects …Read More

Boardman

September 1, 2021

Harvest Festival is tomorrow

BOARDMAN – The Morrow County Harvest Festival is tomorrow (Saturday) …Read More

Walla Walla

September 1, 2021

It’s fair day

Walla Walla — Washington state’s oldest fair, the Walla Walla …Read More

Pendleton

September 1, 2021

Partnership with children’s museum pays off for Story Time

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Public Library has seen a dramatic …Read More

Pendleton

August 31, 2021

Governor’s luncheon is canceled

News release from the Eastern Oregon Women’s Coalition via its …Read More

Pendleton

August 31, 2021

Mulvihill: Masks in class are better than distance learning

PENDLETON – No one likes the school mask mandate according …Read More

Walla Walla

August 31, 2021

COVID-19 hampers hospital’s services

WALLA WALLA — Providence St. Mary Medical Center announced Monday …Read More

Heppner

August 31, 2021

Keep your eyes on the road (and sidewalks)

HEPPNER – Morrow County District Attorney Justin Nelson says it’s …Read More

College Place

August 31, 2021

Hartwig retires, McAndrews comes on board

COLLEGE PLACE — After more than 40 years with the …Read More

Walla Walla

August 30, 2021

Commissioners to award bridge, stormwater projects

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla County Board of Commissioners …Read More

Pendleton

August 30, 2021

Sheriff preps for new mugshot release restrictions

PENDLETON – Beginning Jan. 1, 2022, it will not be …Read More

Walla Walla

August 30, 2021

Refresco cited for multiple violations

WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Public Works reports the Refresco …Read More

Halfway, OR

August 30, 2021

Q&A with Baker County Fair and Rodeo Queen Majestic Grove

HALFWAY– The Centennial Baker County Fair and Rodeo in Halfway, …Read More

Hermiston

August 30, 2021

Hermiston has a tailor-made emergency plan

HERMISTON – The Hermiston Police Department is seeking accreditation, which …Read More

Pendleton

August 30, 2021

Browning gets ready for big move to BMCC

PENDLETON – Blue Mountain Community College Interim President Connie Green …Read More

Walla Walla

August 27, 2021

Man dies in house fire

WALLA WALLA – A fire in the 800 block of …Read More

Walla Walla

August 27, 2021

WWPS settles sex abuse civil suit

WALLA WALLA – A Tacoma-based law firm has accepted a …Read More

Pendleton

August 27, 2021

Rowan: Sheriffs enforce laws, not rules

PENDLETON – The rules and regulations regarding COVID-19 are ever …Read More

August 27, 2021

WWCC offers low-cost to free tuition

WALLA WALLA – New and returning students at Walla Walla …Read More

Mission

August 27, 2021

Judge Johnson to be honored by Oregon Bar Association

MISSION – The Oregon Bar Association is bestowing the President’s …Read More

Pendleton

August 26, 2021

Serious-injury crash occurs during I-84 closure

PENDLETON – Oregon State Police reports a crash on Interstate …Read More

West Richland, Wash.

August 26, 2021

Crime spree ends with officer-involved shooting

WEST RICHLAND, Wash. – A rampage that began in Finley …Read More

Bend

August 26, 2021

Munck is honored by district attorneys

BEND – The Oregon District Attorneys Association held its summer …Read More

College Place

August 26, 2021

CPPS board is keeping an eye on interest rates

COLLEGE PLACE – The College Place Public Schools Board of …Read More

Pendleton

August 26, 2021

Main Street will change for Round-Up week

PENDLETON – Main Street shuts down to traffic during the …Read More

Baker City

August 25, 2021

I-84 closure is being lifted

CLOSURE UPDATEThe I-84 closure in Eastern Oregon is being lifted. …Read More

Baker City

August 25, 2021

Powerball draw dates wrong on 273 printed tickets

News Release from Oregon Lottery The Oregon Lottery is asking players …Read More

Walla Walla

August 25, 2021

Alleged leader of attack pleads not guilty

WALLA WALLA – A Pendleton man arrested Aug. 8 after …Read More

Hermiston

August 25, 2021

It’s back to school for real in Hermiston Monday

HERMISTON – School starts Monday in Hermiston. Superintendent Tricia Mooney …Read More

Walla Walla

August 25, 2021

Council considers two street grants

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council will consider …Read More

 September 7, 2021

Long Branch kitchen suffered heaviest damage

WESTON – The cause of the fire Sunday afternoon at …Read More

 September 7, 2021

Redistricting hearings begin tomorrow

SALEM – Virtual public hearings on redrawing the Oregon’s legislative …Read More

 September 7, 2021

Street survey is on the workshop agenda

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla City Council will hold …Read More

 September 7, 2021

Fire Chief Critchley to report on ambulance runs

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council meets at 7 p.m. …Read More

 September 7, 2021

Council to study low water pressure event

COLLEGE PLACE — The College Place City Council will hold …Read More

 September 7, 2021

Weekend closures of The Dalles Bridge begin Thursday

THE DALLES – The Oregon Department of Transportation will begin …Read More

 September 6, 2021

Man arrested after vehicle rams house

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Police Department reports that …Read More

 September 6, 2021

Investigation is underway in Long Branch fire

WESTON – An Oregon State fire marshal was on the …Read More

 September 3, 2021

A report that CTUIR is considering pulling out of Round-Up is only a rumor

MISSION – COVID-19 has hit the Confederated Tribes of the …Read More

 September 3, 2021

ATVs now allowed on some county roads

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office is …Read More

 September 3, 2021

Time’s running out to have a voice in Hermiston’s future

HERMISTON – Hermiston residents can have a say in the …Read More

 September 3, 2021

GOP senators call out Kreidler

OLYMPIA — Two Republican state senators are calling on Washington …Read More

 September 3, 2021

Some records fall in summer heat

PENDLETON – In meteorological terms, summer is comprised of the …Read More

 September 3, 2021

CCS now runs the county’s substance abuse program

PENDLETON – Community Counseling Solutions has taken over caring for …Read More

 September 2, 2021

Forensic evidence links suspect to shootings, fires

KENNEWICK — Forensic testing of shotgun shells recovered in last …Read More

 September 2, 2021

Levy says Brown won’t Let ‘er Buck this year

ECHO – Oregon Gov. Kate Brown will not be attending …Read More

 September 2, 2021

McMorris Rodgers plays part in medals of honor bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Representatives Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Spokane) and …Read More

 September 2, 2021

Hot, dry August morphs into hot, dry September

PENDLETON – August was hotter and drier than normal throughout …Read More

 September 1, 2021

Most reform laws were already in effect for HPD

HERMISTON – Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston said many of …Read More

 September 1, 2021

WWPD wants to bridge the gap with the community

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Police Department wants to …Read More

 September 1, 2021

Til Taylor street widening due to urban renewal funds

PENDLETON – Urban renewal funding is fueling major road projects …Read More

 September 1, 2021

Harvest Festival is tomorrow

BOARDMAN – The Morrow County Harvest Festival is tomorrow (Saturday) …Read More

 September 1, 2021

It’s fair day

Walla Walla — Washington state’s oldest fair, the Walla Walla …Read More

 September 1, 2021

Partnership with children’s museum pays off for Story Time

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Public Library has seen a dramatic …Read More

 August 31, 2021

Governor’s luncheon is canceled

News release from the Eastern Oregon Women’s Coalition via its …Read More

 August 31, 2021

Mulvihill: Masks in class are better than distance learning

PENDLETON – No one likes the school mask mandate according …Read More

 August 31, 2021

COVID-19 hampers hospital’s services

WALLA WALLA — Providence St. Mary Medical Center announced Monday …Read More

 August 31, 2021

Keep your eyes on the road (and sidewalks)

HEPPNER – Morrow County District Attorney Justin Nelson says it’s …Read More

 August 31, 2021

Hartwig retires, McAndrews comes on board

COLLEGE PLACE — After more than 40 years with the …Read More

 August 30, 2021

Commissioners to award bridge, stormwater projects

WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla County Board of Commissioners …Read More

 August 30, 2021

Sheriff preps for new mugshot release restrictions

PENDLETON – Beginning Jan. 1, 2022, it will not be …Read More

 August 30, 2021

Refresco cited for multiple violations

WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla Public Works reports the Refresco …Read More

 August 30, 2021

Q&A with Baker County Fair and Rodeo Queen Majestic Grove

HALFWAY– The Centennial Baker County Fair and Rodeo in Halfway, …Read More

 August 30, 2021

Hermiston has a tailor-made emergency plan

HERMISTON – The Hermiston Police Department is seeking accreditation, which …Read More

 August 30, 2021

Browning gets ready for big move to BMCC

PENDLETON – Blue Mountain Community College Interim President Connie Green …Read More

 August 27, 2021

Man dies in house fire

WALLA WALLA – A fire in the 800 block of …Read More

 August 27, 2021

WWPS settles sex abuse civil suit

WALLA WALLA – A Tacoma-based law firm has accepted a …Read More

 August 27, 2021

Rowan: Sheriffs enforce laws, not rules

PENDLETON – The rules and regulations regarding COVID-19 are ever …Read More

 August 27, 2021

WWCC offers low-cost to free tuition

WALLA WALLA – New and returning students at Walla Walla …Read More

 August 27, 2021

Judge Johnson to be honored by Oregon Bar Association

MISSION – The Oregon Bar Association is bestowing the President’s …Read More

 August 26, 2021

Serious-injury crash occurs during I-84 closure

PENDLETON – Oregon State Police reports a crash on Interstate …Read More

 August 26, 2021

Crime spree ends with officer-involved shooting

WEST RICHLAND, Wash. – A rampage that began in Finley …Read More

 August 26, 2021

Munck is honored by district attorneys

BEND – The Oregon District Attorneys Association held its summer …Read More

 August 26, 2021

CPPS board is keeping an eye on interest rates

COLLEGE PLACE – The College Place Public Schools Board of …Read More

 August 26, 2021

Main Street will change for Round-Up week

PENDLETON – Main Street shuts down to traffic during the …Read More

 August 25, 2021

I-84 closure is being lifted

CLOSURE UPDATEThe I-84 closure in Eastern Oregon is being lifted. …Read More

 August 25, 2021

Powerball draw dates wrong on 273 printed tickets

News Release from Oregon Lottery The Oregon Lottery is asking players …Read More

 August 25, 2021

Alleged leader of attack pleads not guilty

WALLA WALLA – A Pendleton man arrested Aug. 8 after …Read More

 August 25, 2021

It’s back to school for real in Hermiston Monday

HERMISTON – School starts Monday in Hermiston. Superintendent Tricia Mooney …Read More

 August 25, 2021

Council considers two street grants

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council will consider …Read More