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The Hermiston 2020 Farm Fair will take place Dec. 2-4 in a digital format, according to the Hermiston Chamber of Commerce.

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PENDLETON — Blue Mountain Community College and the Pendleton Public Library invites people to participate in the Fall Virtual Book Club — both via Zoom and email.

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For the last seven years, Erika Esparza has looked forward to the start of the school year bringing laughter and smiles back to the halls of Sunset Elementary School in Hermiston, where she wo…

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Soroptimist International of the Greater Hermiston Area is currently accepting applications for their annual “Live Your Dream” Educational and Training Awards for Women.

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The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce is planning a forum for Hermiston City Council and Umatilla County Board of Commissioners candidates on Oct. 6.

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David Dunn returned Sunday, Sept. 20, from his second trip to Clackamas County, where he dropped off much-needed supplies to help those affected by the fires that have devastated Western and S…

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WorkSource Oregon’s Hermiston office is hosting a drive-thru job fair on Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Rae’s Dayz Donuts & Etc. brought Umatilla residents together on Saturday, Sept. 19, for celebration of the bakery’s grand opening — and doughnuts.

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Guidelines imposed because of COVID-19 have altered how people work, socialize and participate in recreational activities. Stay home orders, social distancing and restrictions on group gatheri…

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Two Morrow County students were honored during a
 virtual reception held earlier this week. Their artwork was selected among 643 entries 
submitted to the AITC Calendar Art Contest, sponsored …

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UMATILLA COUNTY — Activities for all ages are available at local libraries for those who need something to keep their hands and minds busy during COVID-19 and air quality restrictions.

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The smoke that has inundated Eastern Oregon is a daily reminder of the massive wildfires that are threatening lives and property west of the Cascade Mountains, and Umatilla County fire departm…

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Hermiston School District’s new elementary school, planned for Theater Lane, will be known as Loma Vista Elementary School.

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Rae's Dayz diner in Umatilla is opening a bakery in the building next door, and the community is invited to a ribbon-cutting celebration on Saturday, Sept. 19 from 9-10 a.m.

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Smoke from wildfires burning around Oregon and nearby states has pushed Hermiston’s air quality to hazardous levels over the past week.

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The Spot, a new doughnut delivery service in Hermiston, got a chance to deliver some sweetness to employees of Good Shepherd Health Care System on Sept. 11.

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ECHO — It should have been Umatilla County’s news event of the year. Of the decade. A top 10 of the century. But in a year where every month seems to bring a new once-in-a-generation event, th…

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Guidelines imposed because of COVID-19 have altered how people work, socialize and participate in recreational activities. Stay home orders, social distancing and restrictions on group gatheri…

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MISSION — The yearlong construction at Wildhorse Resort & Casino that adds a bowling center, food court and arcade is nearly done and will open to the public by the end of September. Howev…

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Umatilla Rural Fire Protection determined that power lines knocked loose by high winds were the cause of the Monday, Sept. 7, fire that caused evacuations on the south side of Umatilla.

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation became the latest law enforcement agency to implore people to stop spreading misinformation about the wildfires burning in Oregon and other West Coast state…