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PENDLETON — Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Oregon East Symphony has announced it will be canceling the remainder of its 2019-20 season, after the online presentation of its annua…

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The blood drive scheduled for April 3 at the Hermiston VFW hall has been moved to the First Christian Church, 775 W. Highland Ave., Hermiston. The event will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30…

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It seems unimaginable that just a few weeks ago, details like the color of the napkins or flavor of the cake seemed important for a wedding.

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All elementary and middle school students are encouraged to reflect on their favorite activities, offerings and memories of Oregon’s state parks.

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The Milton-Freewater Downtown Alliance is looking for Umatilla County artists to help paint their town.

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SALEM — Oregonians can now pump their own gas across the state after the Oregon State Fire Marshal suspended self-service regulations and implemented additional health and safety guidelines fo…

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The Oregon Health Authority reported on Friday that the state's total number of positive COVID-19 tests jumped by 98, to a total of 414 known cases in the state.

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HERMISTON — The delivery route for breakfasts and lunches delivered by Mid Columbia Bus for students in the Hermiston School District has been updated.

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UMATILLA COUNTY — As businesses scramble to make as many services as possible available online, Lifeways is no exception.

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HERMISTON — Sanitary Disposal has postponed its annual Spring Cleanup week in light of COVID-19.

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HERMISTON — As the list of things Oregonians can still do while preventing the spread of COVID-19 shrinks, gardening could be a good way to safely spend time out of the house.

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HERMISTON — Hermiston School District still intends to start construction of its new schools this fall, despite the economic blow to the country dealt by COVID-19.

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PENDLETON — With most recreational areas being shut down by Gov. Kate Brown earlier this week, golf is pretty much the only activity that people can enjoy while following social distancing.

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Due to uncertainties of how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic will impact the local community, the Me and My Prince Ball committee has decided to postpone the annual father-daughter dance until…

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PENDLETON — If Oregon’s K-12 students return to school April 29, they will have lost a month and a half’s worth of instruction time. Those lost hours are especially critical to high school sen…

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UMATILLA COUNTY — The Umatilla County Health Department announced a new confirmed case of COVID-19 in the county Wednesday afternoon, but did not give any information about where in the county…

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SALEM — Oregonians will have until July 15 to file their personal income taxes with the state, Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday.

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In order to encourage social distancing, the Hermiston Herald has closed our offices to walk-in traffic for the foreseeable future.

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Veterans of Foreign War Desert Post #4750 is stepping up to help with an American Red Cross blood drive that was canceled because of the closure of Stafford Hansell Government Center in Hermiston.

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There was barely anything on the Hermiston City Council agenda on Monday night, but an audience of more than 50 people showed up anyway.

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The Hermiston Lions Club is accepting scholarship applications from high school seniors from Echo, Stanfield, Umatilla, Hermiston, Irrigon, Boardman and Ione.