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Blame was cast in multiple directions Monday night as the Hermiston City Council and Farm-City Pro Rodeo board discussed delays to construction of an RV park at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Ev…

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Altrusa International of Hermiston is looking for a young person to recognize as the Outstanding Young Citizen at the Hermiston Distinguished Citizens Awards Banquet.

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The city of Echo is reminding its residents that they must obtain 2019 dog licenses by Thursday, Feb. 28.

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The AARP Foundation’s Tax-Aide program provides free tax assistance and preparation locally beginning in early February and running through early April.

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Bouncy houses, a bungee run, inflatable jousting, corn hole, ping pong, Mario Kart and more are featured during Family Friday Night.

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The Hermiston City Council will be looking for solutions to a puzzle at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center on Monday.

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Police arrested two people Friday morning after Blue Mountain Enforcement Narcotics team searched a Hermiston residence and found drugs.

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In their first week in the new gymnasium, McNary Heights Elementary students are already using the extra space to their advantage.

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Children that use their Ready 2 Learn library card in the month of January will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win an early learning gift pack.

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When Umatilla County’s first baby breathed her first breath on New Year’s Day at St. Anthony Hospital, her father watched from thousands of miles away at his base in Iraq.

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Debbie Pedro, former executive director of the Greater Hermiston Area Chamber of Commerce, will continue her work in economic development in a new position with the Columbia Development Authority.

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Laylah Sandoval, 16, spent 2018 successfully battling with cancer. The Hermiston teen now has a new lease on life, having finished up her treatment in September, and is cancer free.

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Anyone who pulls into the 395 Quick Stop can travel the nation in a matter of seconds, running their eyes over a rainbow of license plates from every state covering the wall of the shop — but …

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Low unemployment numbers in Oregon and around the nation can mean a change of pace for those that help others find work — employment and staffing agencies.

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BOARDMAN, Ore. — What once aspired to be Oregon’s second-largest dairy with up to 30,000 cows, the failed Lost Valley Farm will soon be up for auction.

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Oregon Governor Kate Brown has established an office that will develop broadband opportunities for rural and underserved areas of the state. Brown signed an executive order to create the Orego…