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Walla Walla

January 25, 2021

Council to hold work session

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council has a …Read More

Walla Walla

January 25, 2021

Burbank zoning question is on the agenda

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

Pendleton

January 25, 2021

UCo Health adds email notices for vaccine clinics

PENDLETON – The Umatilla County Public Health Department is working …Read More

Walla Walla

January 25, 2021

Rude sponsors bill for unaffiliated voters

OLYMPIA – State Rep. Skyler Rude (R-Walla Walla) is sponsoring …Read More

Hermiston

January 25, 2021

The Dalles company has low bid for city hall

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council will review bids for …Read More

Olympia and Salem

January 23, 2021

4 cases of new COVID strain found in OR and WA

Health authorities in Oregon report that a second person has …Read More

Pendleton

January 22, 2021

Occupancy rate is still healthy

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission has issued its 2021 …Read More

Walla Walla

January 22, 2021

Health Clinic taking virtual appointments

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Public Schools Health Center …Read More

Pendleton

January 22, 2021

Work on recovery needs to start now

PENDLETON – With COVID-19 vaccines beginning to reach people, health …Read More

Washington, D.C.

January 22, 2021

Hammonds’ rights are restored

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Two Eastern Oregon ranchers whose imprisonment sparked …Read More

Olympia

January 22, 2021

Record-setting turnout for reopening bill hearing

OLYMPIA – An estimated 1,620 people signed in this week …Read More

Pendleton

January 22, 2021

PSD readies a reopening plan when numbers fall

PENDLETON – The Oregon Department of Education’s new school opening …Read More

Pendleton

January 21, 2021

Teens arrested for robbery and more

PENDLETON — The following is a news release from the …Read More

Kennewick

January 21, 2021

Woman charged with burning her child

KENNEWICK – Maliyah Fairchild, 22, of Kennewick is facing a …Read More

Pendleton

January 21, 2021

Limited vaccination event is set for Friday

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Public Health is holding a vaccination …Read More

Hermiston

January 21, 2021

Grad rates move up

The Oregon Department of Education is releasing the high school …Read More

Walla Walla

January 21, 2021

WWPS gets green light from consultants

WALLA WALLA – An in-depth review of procedures for opening …Read More

Pendleton

January 21, 2021

PDC sets meeting on restaurant aid package

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission is digging deeper into …Read More

College Place

January 21, 2021

College Place has projects in the works

COLLEGE PLACE – The 2021 College Place budget is now …Read More

Pendleton

January 20, 2021

School districts must wait for state budget

PENDLETON – School districts are waiting to see what will …Read More

Pendleton

January 20, 2021

Man arrested after jumping through closed 2nd floor window

PENDLETON – Pendleton police responded to reports of a man …Read More

Olympia

January 20, 2021

WA plans massive vaccination clinics

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee announced Washington has a goal …Read More

Pendleton

January 20, 2021

UCSO ups its courthouse presence

PENDLETON – It’s Inauguration Day and federal and state governments …Read More

Olympia

January 20, 2021

Legislators say, ‘Give me Liberty’

OLYMPIA – It’s back. Once again the Washington Legislature will …Read More

Salem

January 19, 2021

Reopening schools is now up to local districts

SALEM – The Oregon Department of Education has released its …Read More

Hermiston

January 19, 2021

New schools are on the horizon

HERMISTON – There isn’t much for Oregon educators to celebrate …Read More

Walla Walla

January 19, 2021

It’s a busy day for WWPS board

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

Olympia

January 19, 2021

SB 5114 could reopen businesses

OLYMPIA  — The Washington Senate State Government and Elections Committee …Read More

Pendleton

January 19, 2021

1K vaccine doses heading this way

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Public Health was told at the …Read More

Pendleton

January 19, 2021

PDC, PCC to take up restaurant aid and sidewalk stamps

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

Walla Walla

January 19, 2021

Commissioners to consider bridges, triathlon

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

Pendleton

January 18, 2021

Jenkins to become a U.S. attorney

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

Kennewick

January 18, 2021

Probe into sheriff finds wrongdoings

KENNEWICK  — A private investigation for Benton County has found …Read More

Walla Walla

January 18, 2021

WW County plans massive vaccinations next month

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla County Health officials and Providence …Read More

Pendleton

January 18, 2021

PSD awaits reopening guidance from state

PENDLETON – Pendleton School Superintendent Chris Fritsch says the Oregon …Read More

Pendleton

January 18, 2021

Byram is watching for police reform bills

PENDLETON – Six police reform bills passed the Oregon Legislature …Read More

Seattle

January 15, 2021

Boeing-owned drone maker to pay millions

SEATTLE – Insitu, Inc., headquartered in Bingen, Washington, has agreed …Read More

Pendleton

January 15, 2021

No cap and trade could make for a smoother session

PENDLETON – State Sen. Bill Hansell (R-Athena) says the 2021 …Read More

Pendleton

January 15, 2021

County could vaccinate all who want it in two months

PENDLETON – Umatilla County is running well ahead of the …Read More

Walla Walla

January 15, 2021

Hard work and a sharp nose lead to a bust

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Street Crimes Unit detectives gathered …Read More

Olympia

January 15, 2021

Sen. Dozier speaks, Democrats don’t listen

OLYMPIA – In his first speech on the Senate floor …Read More

Hermiston

January 15, 2021

Mooney: Distance learning hurts all grades

HERMISTON – An estimated 40 percent of Oregon’s high school …Read More

Richland

January 14, 2021

COVID-19 cases at Hanford are due to community spread

RICHLAND – Over the past year, there have been more …Read More

Pendleton

January 14, 2021

City hopes for interchange improvements

PENDLETON – Improvement projects for exits from Interstate 84 are …Read More

Pendleton

January 14, 2021

City pursuing saving restaurants

PENDLETON – Economic Development Director Steve Chrisman and Chamber of …Read More

Pendleton

January 14, 2021

County is ready to vaccinate, just needs the vaccine

PENDLETON – Gov. Kate Brown, acting on the recommendation of …Read More

Walla Walla

January 14, 2021

Chief commends three officers

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Police Chief Scott Bieber has …Read More

Yakima

January 14, 2021

Man charged for hitting officers with stolen truck

YAKIMA – Salvador Munoz-Gonzalez, 43, of Wapato has been formally …Read More

Pendleton

January 13, 2021

One dead, one missing in wind storm

PENDLETON – Winds roared through Oregon and Washington state killing …Read More

Spokane

January 13, 2021

ISP blocks social media sites for some customers

SPOKANE – A northern Idaho internet provider that also services …Read More

 January 25, 2021

Council to hold work session

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla City Council has a …Read More

 January 25, 2021

Burbank zoning question is on the agenda

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

 January 25, 2021

UCo Health adds email notices for vaccine clinics

PENDLETON – The Umatilla County Public Health Department is working …Read More

 January 25, 2021

Rude sponsors bill for unaffiliated voters

OLYMPIA – State Rep. Skyler Rude (R-Walla Walla) is sponsoring …Read More

 January 25, 2021

The Dalles company has low bid for city hall

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council will review bids for …Read More

 January 23, 2021

4 cases of new COVID strain found in OR and WA

Health authorities in Oregon report that a second person has …Read More

 January 22, 2021

Occupancy rate is still healthy

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission has issued its 2021 …Read More

 January 22, 2021

Health Clinic taking virtual appointments

WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Public Schools Health Center …Read More

 January 22, 2021

Work on recovery needs to start now

PENDLETON – With COVID-19 vaccines beginning to reach people, health …Read More

 January 22, 2021

Hammonds’ rights are restored

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Two Eastern Oregon ranchers whose imprisonment sparked …Read More

 January 22, 2021

Record-setting turnout for reopening bill hearing

OLYMPIA – An estimated 1,620 people signed in this week …Read More

 January 22, 2021

PSD readies a reopening plan when numbers fall

PENDLETON – The Oregon Department of Education’s new school opening …Read More

 January 21, 2021

Teens arrested for robbery and more

PENDLETON — The following is a news release from the …Read More

 January 21, 2021

Woman charged with burning her child

KENNEWICK – Maliyah Fairchild, 22, of Kennewick is facing a …Read More

 January 21, 2021

Limited vaccination event is set for Friday

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Public Health is holding a vaccination …Read More

 January 21, 2021

Grad rates move up

The Oregon Department of Education is releasing the high school …Read More

 January 21, 2021

WWPS gets green light from consultants

WALLA WALLA – An in-depth review of procedures for opening …Read More

 January 21, 2021

PDC sets meeting on restaurant aid package

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Development Commission is digging deeper into …Read More

 January 21, 2021

College Place has projects in the works

COLLEGE PLACE – The 2021 College Place budget is now …Read More

 January 20, 2021

School districts must wait for state budget

PENDLETON – School districts are waiting to see what will …Read More

 January 20, 2021

Man arrested after jumping through closed 2nd floor window

PENDLETON – Pendleton police responded to reports of a man …Read More

 January 20, 2021

WA plans massive vaccination clinics

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee announced Washington has a goal …Read More

 January 20, 2021

UCSO ups its courthouse presence

PENDLETON – It’s Inauguration Day and federal and state governments …Read More

 January 20, 2021

Legislators say, ‘Give me Liberty’

OLYMPIA – It’s back. Once again the Washington Legislature will …Read More

 January 19, 2021

Reopening schools is now up to local districts

SALEM – The Oregon Department of Education has released its …Read More

 January 19, 2021

New schools are on the horizon

HERMISTON – There isn’t much for Oregon educators to celebrate …Read More

 January 19, 2021

It’s a busy day for WWPS board

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

 January 19, 2021

SB 5114 could reopen businesses

OLYMPIA  — The Washington Senate State Government and Elections Committee …Read More

 January 19, 2021

1K vaccine doses heading this way

PENDLETON – Umatilla County Public Health was told at the …Read More

 January 19, 2021

PDC, PCC to take up restaurant aid and sidewalk stamps

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

 January 19, 2021

Commissioners to consider bridges, triathlon

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

 January 18, 2021

Jenkins to become a U.S. attorney

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

 January 18, 2021

Probe into sheriff finds wrongdoings

KENNEWICK  — A private investigation for Benton County has found …Read More

 January 18, 2021

WW County plans massive vaccinations next month

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla County Health officials and Providence …Read More

 January 18, 2021

PSD awaits reopening guidance from state

PENDLETON – Pendleton School Superintendent Chris Fritsch says the Oregon …Read More

 January 18, 2021

Byram is watching for police reform bills

PENDLETON – Six police reform bills passed the Oregon Legislature …Read More

 January 15, 2021

Boeing-owned drone maker to pay millions

SEATTLE – Insitu, Inc., headquartered in Bingen, Washington, has agreed …Read More

 January 15, 2021

No cap and trade could make for a smoother session

PENDLETON – State Sen. Bill Hansell (R-Athena) says the 2021 …Read More

 January 15, 2021

County could vaccinate all who want it in two months

PENDLETON – Umatilla County is running well ahead of the …Read More

 January 15, 2021

Hard work and a sharp nose lead to a bust

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Street Crimes Unit detectives gathered …Read More

 January 15, 2021

Sen. Dozier speaks, Democrats don’t listen

OLYMPIA – In his first speech on the Senate floor …Read More

 January 15, 2021

Mooney: Distance learning hurts all grades

HERMISTON – An estimated 40 percent of Oregon’s high school …Read More

 January 14, 2021

COVID-19 cases at Hanford are due to community spread

RICHLAND – Over the past year, there have been more …Read More

 January 14, 2021

City hopes for interchange improvements

PENDLETON – Improvement projects for exits from Interstate 84 are …Read More

 January 14, 2021

City pursuing saving restaurants

PENDLETON – Economic Development Director Steve Chrisman and Chamber of …Read More

 January 14, 2021

County is ready to vaccinate, just needs the vaccine

PENDLETON – Gov. Kate Brown, acting on the recommendation of …Read More

 January 14, 2021

Chief commends three officers

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Police Chief Scott Bieber has …Read More

 January 14, 2021

Man charged for hitting officers with stolen truck

YAKIMA – Salvador Munoz-Gonzalez, 43, of Wapato has been formally …Read More

 January 13, 2021

One dead, one missing in wind storm

PENDLETON – Winds roared through Oregon and Washington state killing …Read More

 January 13, 2021

ISP blocks social media sites for some customers

SPOKANE – A northern Idaho internet provider that also services …Read More