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Pendleton

June 18, 2021

Oregon’s vaccination rate has slowed

PENDLETON – Earlier this week, Oregon officials thought it would …Read More

Walla Walla

June 18, 2021

JROTC instructor to be remembered

WALLA WALLA – A memorial service will be held Saturday …Read More

Pendleton

June 18, 2021

Primmer is optimistic about state budget

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Community Corrections Director Dale Primmer is …Read More

Hermiston

June 18, 2021

Support grows for GRATE

HERMISTON – Support continues to grow for the Gettman Road/Railway …Read More

Walla Walla

June 17, 2021

UPDATE: One arrested for arson in WW fire

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Police Department has arrested …Read More

Milton-Freewater

June 17, 2021

Warrant arrest leads to felony charges

MILTON-FREEWATER – Rodolfo Rivera Ceja, 38, of Milton-Freewater is facing …Read More

Walla Walla

June 17, 2021

WA Supreme Court to hear Sregzinski’s appeal

WALLA WALLA – A College Place man who appealed his …Read More

Pendleton

June 17, 2021

Meeting will update McKay Creek residents

PENDLETON – Residents of the Lower McKay Creek Water Control …Read More

College Place

June 17, 2021

College Place joins war against puncturevine

COLLEGE PLACE – They are painful to step on and …Read More

Hermiston

June 17, 2021

City makes way for duplexes in single-family residential zones

HERMISTON – The city of Hermiston has changed its zoning …Read More

Pendleton

June 16, 2021

County cuts the cord with Lifeways

PENDLETON – The Umatilla County Board of Commissioners has finalized …Read More

Pendleton

June 16, 2021

OES ends an odd season with real in-person concerts

PENDLETON – The Oregon East Symphony is holding its final …Read More

Hermiston

June 16, 2021

Capital projects beef up city’s budget

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council has approved a budget …Read More

Walla Walla

June 16, 2021

WWPD wants to register burglar alarms

WALLA WALLA – Registering burglar alarm systems with the Walla …Read More

Pendleton

June 16, 2021

Fritsch explains evaluation process

PENDLETON – The Pendleton School District Board of Directors went …Read More

Walla Walla

June 16, 2021

WWCSO: Don’t forget cut-off switches

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

Pendleton

June 15, 2021

Street repair projects move forward

PENDLETON – Progress is being made on repairing Pendleton’s streets …Read More

Walla Walla

June 15, 2021

Walla Walla looks for a new flag

WALLA WALLA – The city of Walla Walla asks residents …Read More

Walla Walla

June 15, 2021

Airlift brings bounty to county

WALLA WALLA – Nearly a ton of food, toiletries, baby …Read More

Pendleton

June 15, 2021

Council to tackle abandoned shopping carts

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission meets at 6 p.m. …Read More

Walla Walla

June 15, 2021

Walla Walla launches recycling campaign

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Public Works has begun labeling …Read More

Pendleton

June 15, 2021

Good news-bad news for higher ed

PENDLETON – All eyes are on the Oregon Legislature as …Read More

Pendleton

June 14, 2021

O’Quinn arrested on gun charges

PENDLETON – Jessey James Thomas O’Quinn, 25, of La Grande …Read More

Milton-Freewater

June 14, 2021

Metcalfe sentenced on multiple felonies

Michael James Metcalfe has entered guilty pleas to charges of …Read More

Hermiston

June 14, 2021

Rascal Rodeo needs participants and helpers

HERMISTON  –  The 11th annual Rascal Rodeo is set for …Read More

Walla Walla

June 14, 2021

Memorial honors bicyclist

WALLA WALLA – A bench and artwork have been installed …Read More

Walla Walla

June 14, 2021

Osborne trial scratched with guilty plea

WALLA WALLA – A Walla Walla woman pled guilty late …Read More

Hermiston

June 14, 2021

Council faces heavy agenda

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council’s agenda is 410 pages …Read More

Walla Walla

June 14, 2021

Mill Creek fish passage project begins

WALLA WALLA – Construction to improve fish passage in the …Read More

Pendleton

June 14, 2021

PSD board meets twice

PENDLETON – The Pendleton School District Board of Directors is …Read More

Pendleton

June 11, 2021

UCSO says put safety first on the water

PENDLETON – As days grow warmer, people flock to water. …Read More

Walla Walla

June 11, 2021

Superintendent wins award

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Public Schools Superintendent Wade Smith …Read More

Walla Walla

June 11, 2021

Council will let commission study its compensation

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council unanimously approved …Read More

Pendleton

June 11, 2021

Adding another finalist won’t slow the search for BMCC president

PENDLETON – The Blue Mountain Community College Board of Education …Read More

Walla Walla

June 11, 2021

Weekly vaccination clinics continue

WALLA WALLA – Throughout June, the Walla Walla County Department …Read More

Pendleton

June 11, 2021

City plans infrastructure to support housing development

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council is working on ways …Read More

Salem

June 10, 2021

Nearman is expelled from the House of Representatives

SALEM – By a vote of 59 to 1, the …Read More

Pendleton

June 10, 2021

County gets credit for some vaccinations

PENDLETON  — Umatilla County now has a vaccination rate of …Read More

Hermiston

June 10, 2021

Couple are held accountable for illegally selling crab in Hermiston

The following is a news release from the Oregon Department …Read More

Walla Walla

June 10, 2021

People asked to help with walkability assessment

WALLA WALLA – The cities of Walla Walla and College …Read More

Baker City

June 10, 2021

Other buildings spared in Eagles fire

DAYTON – Multiple agencies responded to a structure fire in …Read More

Pendleton

June 10, 2021

Emergency dispatch is close to fully staffed

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Emergency Dispatch is easing out of …Read More

Milton-Freewater

June 10, 2021

Planning is underway on new police department

MILTON-FREEWATER – Now that voters have approved paying for a …Read More

Pendleton

June 10, 2021

City seeks permanent fix for water leak

PENDLETON – A water leak at Northwest Fourth Street and …Read More

College Place

June 9, 2021

McMorris Rodgers seeks funding for College Place

COLLEGE PLACE – The city of College Place is seeking …Read More

Pendleton

June 9, 2021

Jail remodel money is still in the budget

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Sheriff Terry Rowan said that so …Read More

Pendleton

June 9, 2021

Group asks Brown to end federal unemployment supplements

SALEM – A total of 33 leaders from Eastern Oregon …Read More

Walla Walla

June 9, 2021

WWPD arrests frequently armed man

WALLA WALLA – After several contacts with Jullian Perez, 20, …Read More

Pendleton

June 9, 2021

Early burn bans make sense to hydrologist

PENDLETON – Umatilla County began a non-agricultural burn ban yesterday …Read More

Pendleton

June 9, 2021

Council compensation is on the agenda

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council holds its …Read More

 June 18, 2021

Oregon’s vaccination rate has slowed

PENDLETON – Earlier this week, Oregon officials thought it would …Read More

 June 18, 2021

JROTC instructor to be remembered

WALLA WALLA – A memorial service will be held Saturday …Read More

 June 18, 2021

Primmer is optimistic about state budget

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Community Corrections Director Dale Primmer is …Read More

 June 18, 2021

Support grows for GRATE

HERMISTON – Support continues to grow for the Gettman Road/Railway …Read More

 June 17, 2021

UPDATE: One arrested for arson in WW fire

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Police Department has arrested …Read More

 June 17, 2021

Warrant arrest leads to felony charges

MILTON-FREEWATER – Rodolfo Rivera Ceja, 38, of Milton-Freewater is facing …Read More

 June 17, 2021

WA Supreme Court to hear Sregzinski’s appeal

WALLA WALLA – A College Place man who appealed his …Read More

 June 17, 2021

Meeting will update McKay Creek residents

PENDLETON – Residents of the Lower McKay Creek Water Control …Read More

 June 17, 2021

College Place joins war against puncturevine

COLLEGE PLACE – They are painful to step on and …Read More

 June 17, 2021

City makes way for duplexes in single-family residential zones

HERMISTON – The city of Hermiston has changed its zoning …Read More

 June 16, 2021

County cuts the cord with Lifeways

PENDLETON – The Umatilla County Board of Commissioners has finalized …Read More

 June 16, 2021

OES ends an odd season with real in-person concerts

PENDLETON – The Oregon East Symphony is holding its final …Read More

 June 16, 2021

Capital projects beef up city’s budget

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council has approved a budget …Read More

 June 16, 2021

WWPD wants to register burglar alarms

WALLA WALLA – Registering burglar alarm systems with the Walla …Read More

 June 16, 2021

Fritsch explains evaluation process

PENDLETON – The Pendleton School District Board of Directors went …Read More

 June 16, 2021

WWCSO: Don’t forget cut-off switches

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

 June 15, 2021

Street repair projects move forward

PENDLETON – Progress is being made on repairing Pendleton’s streets …Read More

 June 15, 2021

Walla Walla looks for a new flag

WALLA WALLA – The city of Walla Walla asks residents …Read More

 June 15, 2021

Airlift brings bounty to county

WALLA WALLA – Nearly a ton of food, toiletries, baby …Read More

 June 15, 2021

Council to tackle abandoned shopping carts

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission meets at 6 p.m. …Read More

 June 15, 2021

Walla Walla launches recycling campaign

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Public Works has begun labeling …Read More

 June 15, 2021

Good news-bad news for higher ed

PENDLETON – All eyes are on the Oregon Legislature as …Read More

 June 14, 2021

O’Quinn arrested on gun charges

PENDLETON – Jessey James Thomas O’Quinn, 25, of La Grande …Read More

 June 14, 2021

Metcalfe sentenced on multiple felonies

Michael James Metcalfe has entered guilty pleas to charges of …Read More

 June 14, 2021

Rascal Rodeo needs participants and helpers

HERMISTON  –  The 11th annual Rascal Rodeo is set for …Read More

 June 14, 2021

Memorial honors bicyclist

WALLA WALLA – A bench and artwork have been installed …Read More

 June 14, 2021

Osborne trial scratched with guilty plea

WALLA WALLA – A Walla Walla woman pled guilty late …Read More

 June 14, 2021

Council faces heavy agenda

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council’s agenda is 410 pages …Read More

 June 14, 2021

Mill Creek fish passage project begins

WALLA WALLA – Construction to improve fish passage in the …Read More

 June 14, 2021

PSD board meets twice

PENDLETON – The Pendleton School District Board of Directors is …Read More

 June 11, 2021

UCSO says put safety first on the water

PENDLETON – As days grow warmer, people flock to water. …Read More

 June 11, 2021

Superintendent wins award

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Public Schools Superintendent Wade Smith …Read More

 June 11, 2021

Council will let commission study its compensation

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council unanimously approved …Read More

 June 11, 2021

Adding another finalist won’t slow the search for BMCC president

PENDLETON – The Blue Mountain Community College Board of Education …Read More

 June 11, 2021

Weekly vaccination clinics continue

WALLA WALLA – Throughout June, the Walla Walla County Department …Read More

 June 11, 2021

City plans infrastructure to support housing development

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council is working on ways …Read More

 June 10, 2021

Nearman is expelled from the House of Representatives

SALEM – By a vote of 59 to 1, the …Read More

 June 10, 2021

County gets credit for some vaccinations

PENDLETON  — Umatilla County now has a vaccination rate of …Read More

 June 10, 2021

Couple are held accountable for illegally selling crab in Hermiston

The following is a news release from the Oregon Department …Read More

 June 10, 2021

People asked to help with walkability assessment

WALLA WALLA – The cities of Walla Walla and College …Read More

 June 10, 2021

Other buildings spared in Eagles fire

DAYTON – Multiple agencies responded to a structure fire in …Read More

 June 10, 2021

Emergency dispatch is close to fully staffed

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Emergency Dispatch is easing out of …Read More

 June 10, 2021

Planning is underway on new police department

MILTON-FREEWATER – Now that voters have approved paying for a …Read More

 June 10, 2021

City seeks permanent fix for water leak

PENDLETON – A water leak at Northwest Fourth Street and …Read More

 June 9, 2021

McMorris Rodgers seeks funding for College Place

COLLEGE PLACE – The city of College Place is seeking …Read More

 June 9, 2021

Jail remodel money is still in the budget

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Sheriff Terry Rowan said that so …Read More

 June 9, 2021

Group asks Brown to end federal unemployment supplements

SALEM – A total of 33 leaders from Eastern Oregon …Read More

 June 9, 2021

WWPD arrests frequently armed man

WALLA WALLA – After several contacts with Jullian Perez, 20, …Read More

 June 9, 2021

Early burn bans make sense to hydrologist

PENDLETON – Umatilla County began a non-agricultural burn ban yesterday …Read More

 June 9, 2021

Council compensation is on the agenda

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council holds its …Read More