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A Umatilla County resident is suing a local agricultural operation for $300,000, claiming the company fired her in retaliation for making a complaint to government agencies about health and sa…

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Farmers will likely see dry conditions this spring and summer as La Nina returns, meteorologist Art Douglas says. 

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The AARP Foundation is offering free tax help for senior citizens at the Port of Morrow offices, on 2 Marine Drive in Boardman, every Friday from Feb. 5 through April 9.

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SALEM — While people often associate Oregon’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration with fines and inspections, OSHA also offers services to help businesses avoid workplace hazards in …

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BOARDMAN — The Port of Morrow, in partnership with regional industries, is announcing more than 50 summer internships available for the summer 2021 season. Prospective interns can choose from …

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Grant Kitamura is leaving the Oregon Board of Agriculture because he is moving to Idaho.

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HERMISTON — Club 24’s Oregon locations and the Hermiston Athletic Club are closed at the request of Oregon’s Occupational Health and Safety Administration.

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SALEM — Business Oregon is seeking applicants from businesses in the Eastern Oregon region to meet geographic distribution targets for the round of grant funding it previously announced on Wed…

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Restaurant and other business organizations say the $55 million promised by Oregon Gov. Kate Brown for pandemic relief is a good first step, but not nearly enough to prevent widespread closure…

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HEPPNER — The Board of Directors of BEO Bancorp voted recently to declare a $0.95 per share dividend for 2020. The dividend will be paid to shareholders of record as of Dec. 8, payable on or b…

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HERMISTON — As gyms and most other recreational facilities shut down under Gov. Kate Brown’s executive order for a two-week “freeze,” some Umatilla County gyms are taking unique steps to stay open.

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Cuts of Love, an event originally scheduled for Nov. 22, has been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions on gathering implemented during the state's two-week "pause."

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PENDLETON — Readers of the East Oregonian will see a new byline in the paper starting next week as Bryce Dole joins the newspaper.

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Hermiston residents with a craving for something sweet can now visit Dough Cookies, which held its grand opening on Saturday, Nov. 7.

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Umatilla Electric Cooperative received a $3 million federal loan to finance major energy efficiency upgrades that will reduce energy waste and cut costs for residents of Umatilla County.

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U.S. Cellular announced an expansion of 5G coverage to Hermiston, Boardman, Irrigon and Umatilla. 5G — which stands for “fifth generation” — is the fastest data transmission technology mobile …