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Seattle

February 5, 2021

Investigation yields big bucks to fight opioid investigation

SEATTLE – The state of Washington’s court fight against big …Read More

Walla Walla

February 4, 2021

WWPS opens middle schools this month

WALLA WALLA – After nearly a year off from in-person …Read More

Pendleton

February 4, 2021

County asks Brown for local control of racial equity funds

PENDLETON – Officials from Umatilla County are reaching out to …Read More

Othello

February 4, 2021

Alleged murderer is in US illegally

OTHELLO – Mauricio Nava-Garibay, accused in murdering and dismembering two …Read More

Pendleton

February 4, 2021

SOAR grant program gets its wings

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council has approved establishing a …Read More

Olympia

February 3, 2021

GOP says COVID relief should double

OLYMPIA – The Washington House of Representatives ratified a COVID-19 …Read More

Pendleton

February 3, 2021

PPD has two pursuits in less than six hours

PENDLETON – Pendleton police officers were involved in two pursuits …Read More

Pendleton

February 3, 2021

Pendleton man is seriously injured in Highway 11 crash

PENDLETON – Oregon State Police reports that a crash Tuesday …Read More

Salem

February 3, 2021

Hansell gets ready for redistricting work

SALEM – The U.S. Census is expected to send 2020 …Read More

Pendleton

February 3, 2021

Bill could end Pendleton’s school resource officer program

PENDLETON – Oregon State Senate Bill 238 has Pendleton Police …Read More

Pasco

February 3, 2021

Easterday counters lawsuit with Chapter 11 filing

PASCO – Tyson Fresh Meats is suing Easterday Ranches of …Read More

Hermiston

February 3, 2021

Lopez gets more than probation from Brauer

HERMISTON – Umatilla County District Attorney Dan Primus says he’s …Read More

Olympia

February 3, 2021

WA jobless data is hacked

OLYMPIA  — The Washington State Auditor’s Office reports that a …Read More

Walla Walla

February 2, 2021

WW school board looks to reopening middle schools

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Public Schools Board of …Read More

Pendleton

February 2, 2021

Prepositions make a difference in reporting COVID deaths

PENDLETON – One of the most confusing elements of the …Read More

College Place

February 2, 2021

Council to dive into water issues

COLLEGE PLACE – The College Place City Council will hear …Read More

Pendleton

February 2, 2021

Final approval for SOAR grants is expected

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council is expected to approve …Read More

Hermiston

February 1, 2021

DA is pleased with outcomes in three high-profile cases

HERMISTON – Three high-profile court cases in Umatilla County were …Read More

Pendleton

February 1, 2021

County hopes to speed up repairs to bridge

PENDLTON – Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman George Murdock …Read More

Walla Walla

February 1, 2021

WW gets more vaccine today

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla County Department of Community …Read More

Walla Walla

February 1, 2021

WW elementary students had good first week

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla elementary school students went back …Read More

Mission

February 1, 2021

Yellowhawk now in Phase 2B for vaccinations

MISSION – Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center is moving full speed …Read More

College Place

February 1, 2021

CPPS changes its meal program

COLLEGE PLACE – College Place students in pre-kindergarten through the …Read More

Pendleton

February 1, 2021

Work session to focus on bill to get police out of schools

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

Salem

January 30, 2021

Oregon’s extended benefits program to end

SALEM – The U.S. Department of Labor has notified the …Read More

Olympia

January 29, 2021

Inslee loosens Phase 2 requirements

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee has moved the West Region …Read More

Walla Walla

January 29, 2021

Bomb threat ruled not to be credible

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Regional Airport reported to …Read More

Pendleton

January 29, 2021

Rowan’s planning a new budget

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Sheriff Terry Rowan is looking ahead. …Read More

Hermiston

January 29, 2021

SHIP project to go out to bid in March

HERMISTON – The Hermiston Public Works Department will be busy …Read More

Hermiston

January 29, 2021

HSD has to cancel WIAA fall sports

HERMISTON – Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco schools have notified the …Read More

Olympia

January 29, 2021

Inslee won’t let teachers cut in line

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee is not following Oregon’s example …Read More

Heppner

January 28, 2021

Legislature wants to weaken Measure 11

HEPPNER – Morrow County District Attorney Justin Nelson is one …Read More

Walla Walla

January 28, 2021

Craik is being disciplined

OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Health has charged …Read More

Pendleton

January 28, 2021

PDC approves SOAR grant program

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission has approved establishing a …Read More

Walla Walla

January 28, 2021

Alleged sexual predator arrested

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Major Crimes detectives launched an …Read More

Pendleton

January 28, 2021

Teachers may not go back even when vaccinated

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman George Murdock …Read More

Hermiston

January 28, 2021

HSD continues to fine-tune its reopening plan

HERMISTON – The Hermiston School District is banking on a …Read More

Pendleton

January 27, 2021

ESD’s teachers are beginning vaccinations

PENDLETON – The InterMountain Education Service District says its member …Read More

Hermiston

January 27, 2021

Council delays on city hall bids, approves annexation

HERMISTON – Who the contractor will be to build Hermiston …Read More

Pendleton

January 27, 2021

County getting shorted on vaccine

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman George Murdock …Read More

Walla Walla

January 27, 2021

Millions in grants coming to Poplar project

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council meets today …Read More

Pendleton

January 27, 2021

City sees housing possibility

PENDLETON – The city of Pendleton continues to move forward …Read More

Olympia

January 27, 2021

Dye reacts to clean fuels bill

OLYMPIA – Rep. Mary Dye (R-Pomeroy) is sounding the alarm …Read More

Pendleton

January 26, 2021

UCo Health needs volunteers

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Public Health needs volunteers to help …Read More

Salem

January 26, 2021

Measure 110 could be tweaked — but no indication that will happen soon

SALEM – Ballot Measure 110 goes into effect Monday. State …Read More

Pendleton

January 26, 2021

PDC to consider restaurant bailout plan

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission holds a special meeting …Read More

College Place

January 26, 2021

Council to consider Meadowbrook Boulevard overlay

COLLEGE PLACE – The College Place City Council holds its …Read More

Hermiston

January 26, 2021

Jenkins to try one last child sex abuse case

HERMISTON – Umatilla County Chief Deputy District Attorney Jaclyn Jenkins’ …Read More

Kennewick

January 26, 2021

Area GOP leaders ask for Newhouse to resign

KENNEWICK – Several Eastern Washington Republican leaders are calling for …Read More

Walla Walla

January 25, 2021

WWFD has a busy weekend

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Fire Department battled two …Read More

 February 5, 2021

Investigation yields big bucks to fight opioid investigation

SEATTLE – The state of Washington’s court fight against big …Read More

 February 4, 2021

WWPS opens middle schools this month

WALLA WALLA – After nearly a year off from in-person …Read More

 February 4, 2021

County asks Brown for local control of racial equity funds

PENDLETON – Officials from Umatilla County are reaching out to …Read More

 February 4, 2021

Alleged murderer is in US illegally

OTHELLO – Mauricio Nava-Garibay, accused in murdering and dismembering two …Read More

 February 4, 2021

SOAR grant program gets its wings

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council has approved establishing a …Read More

 February 3, 2021

GOP says COVID relief should double

OLYMPIA – The Washington House of Representatives ratified a COVID-19 …Read More

 February 3, 2021

PPD has two pursuits in less than six hours

PENDLETON – Pendleton police officers were involved in two pursuits …Read More

 February 3, 2021

Pendleton man is seriously injured in Highway 11 crash

PENDLETON – Oregon State Police reports that a crash Tuesday …Read More

 February 3, 2021

Hansell gets ready for redistricting work

SALEM – The U.S. Census is expected to send 2020 …Read More

 February 3, 2021

Bill could end Pendleton’s school resource officer program

PENDLETON – Oregon State Senate Bill 238 has Pendleton Police …Read More

 February 3, 2021

Easterday counters lawsuit with Chapter 11 filing

PASCO – Tyson Fresh Meats is suing Easterday Ranches of …Read More

 February 3, 2021

Lopez gets more than probation from Brauer

HERMISTON – Umatilla County District Attorney Dan Primus says he’s …Read More

 February 3, 2021

WA jobless data is hacked

OLYMPIA  — The Washington State Auditor’s Office reports that a …Read More

 February 2, 2021

WW school board looks to reopening middle schools

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Public Schools Board of …Read More

 February 2, 2021

Prepositions make a difference in reporting COVID deaths

PENDLETON – One of the most confusing elements of the …Read More

 February 2, 2021

Council to dive into water issues

COLLEGE PLACE – The College Place City Council will hear …Read More

 February 2, 2021

Final approval for SOAR grants is expected

PENDLETON – The Pendleton City Council is expected to approve …Read More

 February 1, 2021

DA is pleased with outcomes in three high-profile cases

HERMISTON – Three high-profile court cases in Umatilla County were …Read More

 February 1, 2021

County hopes to speed up repairs to bridge

PENDLTON – Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman George Murdock …Read More

 February 1, 2021

WW gets more vaccine today

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla County Department of Community …Read More

 February 1, 2021

WW elementary students had good first week

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla elementary school students went back …Read More

 February 1, 2021

Yellowhawk now in Phase 2B for vaccinations

MISSION – Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center is moving full speed …Read More

 February 1, 2021

CPPS changes its meal program

COLLEGE PLACE – College Place students in pre-kindergarten through the …Read More

 February 1, 2021

Work session to focus on bill to get police out of schools

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

 January 30, 2021

Oregon’s extended benefits program to end

SALEM – The U.S. Department of Labor has notified the …Read More

 January 29, 2021

Inslee loosens Phase 2 requirements

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee has moved the West Region …Read More

 January 29, 2021

Bomb threat ruled not to be credible

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Regional Airport reported to …Read More

 January 29, 2021

Rowan’s planning a new budget

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Sheriff Terry Rowan is looking ahead. …Read More

 January 29, 2021

SHIP project to go out to bid in March

HERMISTON – The Hermiston Public Works Department will be busy …Read More

 January 29, 2021

HSD has to cancel WIAA fall sports

HERMISTON – Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco schools have notified the …Read More

 January 29, 2021

Inslee won’t let teachers cut in line

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee is not following Oregon’s example …Read More

 January 28, 2021

Legislature wants to weaken Measure 11

HEPPNER – Morrow County District Attorney Justin Nelson is one …Read More

 January 28, 2021

Craik is being disciplined

OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Health has charged …Read More

 January 28, 2021

PDC approves SOAR grant program

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission has approved establishing a …Read More

 January 28, 2021

Alleged sexual predator arrested

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Major Crimes detectives launched an …Read More

 January 28, 2021

Teachers may not go back even when vaccinated

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman George Murdock …Read More

 January 28, 2021

HSD continues to fine-tune its reopening plan

HERMISTON – The Hermiston School District is banking on a …Read More

 January 27, 2021

ESD’s teachers are beginning vaccinations

PENDLETON – The InterMountain Education Service District says its member …Read More

 January 27, 2021

Council delays on city hall bids, approves annexation

HERMISTON – Who the contractor will be to build Hermiston …Read More

 January 27, 2021

County getting shorted on vaccine

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman George Murdock …Read More

 January 27, 2021

Millions in grants coming to Poplar project

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council meets today …Read More

 January 27, 2021

City sees housing possibility

PENDLETON – The city of Pendleton continues to move forward …Read More

 January 27, 2021

Dye reacts to clean fuels bill

OLYMPIA – Rep. Mary Dye (R-Pomeroy) is sounding the alarm …Read More

 January 26, 2021

UCo Health needs volunteers

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Public Health needs volunteers to help …Read More

 January 26, 2021

Measure 110 could be tweaked — but no indication that will happen soon

SALEM – Ballot Measure 110 goes into effect Monday. State …Read More

 January 26, 2021

PDC to consider restaurant bailout plan

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission holds a special meeting …Read More

 January 26, 2021

Council to consider Meadowbrook Boulevard overlay

COLLEGE PLACE – The College Place City Council holds its …Read More

 January 26, 2021

Jenkins to try one last child sex abuse case

HERMISTON – Umatilla County Chief Deputy District Attorney Jaclyn Jenkins’ …Read More

 January 26, 2021

Area GOP leaders ask for Newhouse to resign

KENNEWICK – Several Eastern Washington Republican leaders are calling for …Read More

 January 25, 2021

WWFD has a busy weekend

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Fire Department battled two …Read More