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La Grande

May 17, 2021

Dickhausen, new Code Enforcement Officer

LA GRANDE – Jon Ault who was hired as Code …Read More

Baker City

May 17, 2021

CDC’s new guidance will not impact schools this school year

BAKER CITY – After the CDC’s announcement late last week regarding …Read More

Walla Walla

May 17, 2021

Masks are still the rule in WA schools

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Public Schools said the Department …Read More

La Grande

May 17, 2021

Education leaders’ ask of $9.6 billion for school funding

EASTERN OREGON – (Information provided by Representative Mark Owens)  Oregon House …Read More

Pendleton

May 17, 2021

PSD awaits state school reopening guidance

PENDLETON – Pendleton School Superintendent Chris Fritsch said the district …Read More

Vale, OR

May 17, 2021

Bureau of Land Management welcomes new Vale District Manager

VALE – (Release by Vale-BLM) The Bureau of Land Management named …Read More

La Grande

May 17, 2021

On-campus vaccination clinic reaches over 100 at EOU

LA GRANDE – (Information provided by EOU)  Dance music, free snacks …Read More

Washington, D.C.

May 17, 2021

Bentz makes drought a top priority

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Cliff Bentz (R-Ontario) is the …Read More

Baker City

May 17, 2021

10 Eastern Oregon towns receive OCF grants

BAKER CITY – The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) has awarded a …Read More

La Grande

May 17, 2021

Trying to return to full in-person learning

LA GRANDE, OR – The La Grande School District has …Read More

Umatilla County

May 15, 2021

Suspicious device forces closure on Highway 730

UMATILLA COUNTY – A Umatilla County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to …Read More

Baker City

May 15, 2021

OTEC holds annual meeting, elects board members

BAKER CITY – (Press Release from Oregon Trail Electric Cooperative) …Read More

Olympia

May 15, 2021

Yogurt linked to E. coli outbreak

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

Olympia

May 14, 2021

WA schools will reopen in new school year

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

Pendleton

May 14, 2021

City gets serious about street repair

PENDLETON – A host of road projects are on tap …Read More

John Day

May 14, 2021

Northside wolves kill one yearling, possibly others in Grant County

FOX, OR – A wolf attack has been confirmed by …Read More

Heppner

May 14, 2021

Another delay in attempted murder case

HEPPNER – Another delay occurred Thursday in the attempted murder …Read More

Olympia

May 14, 2021

E. coli outbreak moves east

OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Health said the …Read More

Hermiston

May 14, 2021

City to lease some river water to irrigators

HERMISTON – The city of Hermiston has agreed to lease …Read More

Pendleton

May 14, 2021

Green: City will operate FARM II

PENDLETON – State funding for Blue Mountain Community College’s FARM …Read More

Baker City

May 14, 2021

Excursion train is back on track

ELGIN, OR –  Like many businesses, events and visitor attractions, …Read More

Walla Walla

May 13, 2021

WW USACE team wins national award

WALLA WALLA  — The Walla Walla District of the U.S. …Read More

John Day

May 13, 2021

Project Turnkey could provide transitional housing in John Day

JOHN DAY – During yesterday’s Grant County Court meeting, a …Read More

Olympia

May 13, 2021

WSP needs county representatives

OLYMPIA – Washington State Patrol is seeking people who want …Read More

Pasco

May 13, 2021

Driver dies in Sunday crash

PASCO – Ricky Cruz, 28, of Pasco, the driver who …Read More

Pendleton

May 13, 2021

High-end housing is on the horizon

PENDLETON – Pendleton’s housing crisis includes homes for all income …Read More

Yakima

May 13, 2021

Inslee signs ag overtime bill

YAKIMA – Gov. Jay Inslee traveled to Yakima to sign …Read More

Pendleton

May 13, 2021

Enrollment is up at PSD

PENDLETON – After months of shrinking enrollment numbers, Pendleton School …Read More

Mission

May 12, 2021

CTUIR reports alarming surge in COVID-19 cases

UPDATE: Vaccination clinic will include tribal members aged 12-15. MISSION …Read More

Walla Walla

May 12, 2021

Walk-ins welcome at next week’s clinics

WALLA WALLA – Vaccination clinics at the Walla Walla County …Read More

Salem

May 12, 2021

Brown predicts Round-Up & Happy Canyon will happen

SALEM – Oregon Gov. Kate Brown believes there will be …Read More

Hermiston

May 12, 2021

City awaits a partner for restaurant rescue plan

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council has approved city staff …Read More

Salem

May 12, 2021

Reopening hinges on vaccinations

Salem – Gov. Kate Brown said that most COVID-19 restrictions …Read More

Starbuck

May 12, 2021

Infant injured in crash

STARBUCK – A 3-month-old girl was injured while riding in …Read More

Baker City

May 12, 2021

This week is National Police Week (May 9-15, 2021)

BAKER CITY – This week is National Police Week.  This is a …Read More

Baker City

May 12, 2021

Food assistance for children for the 2020-21 school year

EASTERN OREGON – (Information from the Oregon Department of Education)  The …Read More

Pendleton

May 12, 2021

Baker City joins the protest against Brown’s emergency powers

PENDLETON – The Baker City City Council and Mayor Kerry …Read More

Baker City

May 12, 2021

Local officers attended the Western States Hostage Negotiators’ Association Conference

BAKER CITY – Detective Shannon Regan, who serves on the Northeast …Read More

Enterprise

May 12, 2021

Air B&B’s on hold

ENTERPRISE, OR – The City of Enterprise during their council …Read More

Spokane

May 12, 2021

Child pornographer gets 30 years

SPOKANE – Jason William Cathcart, 52, of Selah is sentenced …Read More

Baker City

May 12, 2021

Baker Technical Institute will receive an EPA Assessment grant

BAKER CITY, OR – (Information provided by the EPA)  The Confederated …Read More

Union, OR

May 12, 2021

Standing up for Constitutional rights

UNION, OR – During the City Council meeting in Union …Read More

Walla Walla

May 11, 2021

Public comment sought on water plan

WALLA WALLA – An integrated water management plan for the …Read More

Pendleton

May 11, 2021

Budget work wraps up this week

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Budget committee wraps up its work …Read More

John Day

May 11, 2021

Firefighters contain small fire northeast of Monument

MONUMENT, OR – A small wildfire was reported on wildcad.net …Read More

Hermiston

May 11, 2021

Melendez charges are related to Crandall’s death

HERMISTON –Law enforcement officials say that the arrest of Kevin …Read More

La Grande

May 11, 2021

Caution with spring burning

LA GRANDE, OR – (Information provided by Oregon Department of …Read More

Pasco

May 11, 2021

Pursuit ends with fatality

PASCO – A Pasco man being pursued by the Franklin …Read More

Baker City

May 11, 2021

Upgrades at Baker 5J School may or may not happen depending on how citizens vote

BAKER COUNTY – A bond measure on the May 18th election, is …Read More

Union, OR

May 11, 2021

Donations are coming in for fireworks show

UNION, OR – According to Donna Beverage of the City …Read More

 May 17, 2021

Dickhausen, new Code Enforcement Officer

LA GRANDE – Jon Ault who was hired as Code …Read More

 May 17, 2021

CDC’s new guidance will not impact schools this school year

BAKER CITY – After the CDC’s announcement late last week regarding …Read More

 May 17, 2021

Masks are still the rule in WA schools

WALLA WALLA – Walla Walla Public Schools said the Department …Read More

 May 17, 2021

Education leaders’ ask of $9.6 billion for school funding

EASTERN OREGON – (Information provided by Representative Mark Owens)  Oregon House …Read More

 May 17, 2021

PSD awaits state school reopening guidance

PENDLETON – Pendleton School Superintendent Chris Fritsch said the district …Read More

 May 17, 2021

Bureau of Land Management welcomes new Vale District Manager

VALE – (Release by Vale-BLM) The Bureau of Land Management named …Read More

 May 17, 2021

On-campus vaccination clinic reaches over 100 at EOU

LA GRANDE – (Information provided by EOU)  Dance music, free snacks …Read More

 May 17, 2021

Bentz makes drought a top priority

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Cliff Bentz (R-Ontario) is the …Read More

 May 17, 2021

10 Eastern Oregon towns receive OCF grants

BAKER CITY – The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) has awarded a …Read More

 May 17, 2021

Trying to return to full in-person learning

LA GRANDE, OR – The La Grande School District has …Read More

 May 15, 2021

Suspicious device forces closure on Highway 730

UMATILLA COUNTY – A Umatilla County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to …Read More

 May 15, 2021

OTEC holds annual meeting, elects board members

BAKER CITY – (Press Release from Oregon Trail Electric Cooperative) …Read More

 May 15, 2021

Yogurt linked to E. coli outbreak

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

 May 14, 2021

WA schools will reopen in new school year

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

 May 14, 2021

City gets serious about street repair

PENDLETON – A host of road projects are on tap …Read More

 May 14, 2021

Northside wolves kill one yearling, possibly others in Grant County

FOX, OR – A wolf attack has been confirmed by …Read More

 May 14, 2021

Another delay in attempted murder case

HEPPNER – Another delay occurred Thursday in the attempted murder …Read More

 May 14, 2021

E. coli outbreak moves east

OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Health said the …Read More

 May 14, 2021

City to lease some river water to irrigators

HERMISTON – The city of Hermiston has agreed to lease …Read More

 May 14, 2021

Green: City will operate FARM II

PENDLETON – State funding for Blue Mountain Community College’s FARM …Read More

 May 14, 2021

Excursion train is back on track

ELGIN, OR –  Like many businesses, events and visitor attractions, …Read More

 May 13, 2021

WW USACE team wins national award

WALLA WALLA  — The Walla Walla District of the U.S. …Read More

 May 13, 2021

Project Turnkey could provide transitional housing in John Day

JOHN DAY – During yesterday’s Grant County Court meeting, a …Read More

 May 13, 2021

WSP needs county representatives

OLYMPIA – Washington State Patrol is seeking people who want …Read More

 May 13, 2021

Driver dies in Sunday crash

PASCO – Ricky Cruz, 28, of Pasco, the driver who …Read More

 May 13, 2021

High-end housing is on the horizon

PENDLETON – Pendleton’s housing crisis includes homes for all income …Read More

 May 13, 2021

Inslee signs ag overtime bill

YAKIMA – Gov. Jay Inslee traveled to Yakima to sign …Read More

 May 13, 2021

Enrollment is up at PSD

PENDLETON – After months of shrinking enrollment numbers, Pendleton School …Read More

 May 12, 2021

CTUIR reports alarming surge in COVID-19 cases

UPDATE: Vaccination clinic will include tribal members aged 12-15. MISSION …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Walk-ins welcome at next week’s clinics

WALLA WALLA – Vaccination clinics at the Walla Walla County …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Brown predicts Round-Up & Happy Canyon will happen

SALEM – Oregon Gov. Kate Brown believes there will be …Read More

 May 12, 2021

City awaits a partner for restaurant rescue plan

HERMISTON – The Hermiston City Council has approved city staff …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Reopening hinges on vaccinations

Salem – Gov. Kate Brown said that most COVID-19 restrictions …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Infant injured in crash

STARBUCK – A 3-month-old girl was injured while riding in …Read More

 May 12, 2021

This week is National Police Week (May 9-15, 2021)

BAKER CITY – This week is National Police Week.  This is a …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Food assistance for children for the 2020-21 school year

EASTERN OREGON – (Information from the Oregon Department of Education)  The …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Baker City joins the protest against Brown’s emergency powers

PENDLETON – The Baker City City Council and Mayor Kerry …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Local officers attended the Western States Hostage Negotiators’ Association Conference

BAKER CITY – Detective Shannon Regan, who serves on the Northeast …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Air B&B’s on hold

ENTERPRISE, OR – The City of Enterprise during their council …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Child pornographer gets 30 years

SPOKANE – Jason William Cathcart, 52, of Selah is sentenced …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Baker Technical Institute will receive an EPA Assessment grant

BAKER CITY, OR – (Information provided by the EPA)  The Confederated …Read More

 May 12, 2021

Standing up for Constitutional rights

UNION, OR – During the City Council meeting in Union …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Public comment sought on water plan

WALLA WALLA – An integrated water management plan for the …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Budget work wraps up this week

PENDLETON – The Pendleton Budget committee wraps up its work …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Firefighters contain small fire northeast of Monument

MONUMENT, OR – A small wildfire was reported on wildcad.net …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Melendez charges are related to Crandall’s death

HERMISTON –Law enforcement officials say that the arrest of Kevin …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Caution with spring burning

LA GRANDE, OR – (Information provided by Oregon Department of …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Pursuit ends with fatality

PASCO – A Pasco man being pursued by the Franklin …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Upgrades at Baker 5J School may or may not happen depending on how citizens vote

BAKER COUNTY – A bond measure on the May 18th election, is …Read More

 May 11, 2021

Donations are coming in for fireworks show

UNION, OR – According to Donna Beverage of the City …Read More