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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 …

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Now in its 47th year, the farm fair is a signature showcase for Oregon State University's Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center, or HAREC, which serves nearly 500,000 acres of i…

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SAIF’s preparation for its 2020-2021 agricultural safety seminars has been more challenging than in years past.

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Good Shepherd Health Care System has added a new Obstetrician and Gynecologist (OB/GYN) to its medical staff at Good Shepherd Women’s Center.

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HERMISTON — The new Panelview RV Park near Hermiston is the first of its kind to provide solar shade canopy solar arrays, meaning on a sunny day more energy could be produced than a motorhome can use.

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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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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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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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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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SEATTLE — When an American worker loses their job due to competition created by international trade, the Trade Adjustment Act provides funding for that worker to be retrained for a new job. A …

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After a monthlong hiatus, the Maxwell Market will reopen Thursday, Aug. 27, with the help of grants from the city of Hermiston and Umatilla County.