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The USDA is providing $10 million to help establish what advocates say will be the largest program to promote climate-smart ranching in the West. Sustainable Northwest, a Portland-based nonpro…

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Lamb Weston Holdings Inc. plans to build a new french fry processing plant in Argentina. Construction is expected to finish in mid-2024 in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires. Cost is estimated at $24…

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A federal judge has reset Cody Easterday's sentencing for defrauding Tyson Fresh Meats to Oct. 4. The delay was sought by Easterday's lawyer, who had a scheduling conflict.

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Pac/West Lobby Group on Tuesday, Sept. 6, announced it is expanding its communications department with the hire of Amanda Spoo, an Eastern Oregon native and 2009 Hermiston High School graduate.

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The number of water law violations in Oregon has continued climbing in 2022, building on a trend that state regulators have observed over the past five years.

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A new online “data viewer” displays information about pesticide detected in 12 river basins by the state Department of Environmental Quality and Department of Agriculture, but several ag and n…

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SALEM — A coalition of 22 environmental, public health and animal welfare groups is petitioning Oregon regulators to adopt new rules targeting air pollution from large-scale dairies. The petit…

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IRRIGON — Business is back to booming in Irrigon. Premises have opened up or are under construction and older establishments enjoy new management. Supply chain issues however have slowed down …

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For a second year in a row, Bob Coleman received the $2,500 John F. Walchli Memorial Ag Entrepreneurs Award. The 2016 Hermiston High School graduate was first recognized in 2020-21 for use of …

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HERMISTON — Hermiston’s SHIP is a lot like the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars — it might not look like much right now, but it’s got it where it counts.

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The tiny restaurant at 1725 N. First St., Hermiston, usually is busy. When it reopened this past weekend, however, people were gathered outside the door, waiting their turn to enter. And while…

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WALLOWA COUNTY — It’s no secret that employers across the state are struggling to find workers. Business owners collectively furrow their brow at the trickle of job applications as more and mo…

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Business is booming, according to Andrew Lamb, Infinity Watch Collectibles owner. His store in Umatilla is flush with customers. This is good news for the Umatilla resident, as his success is …

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HERMISTON — OMG! Burgers & Brew is opening in downtown Hermiston on Oct. 1. It is the second location for the popular restaurant, which has operated in Pendleton for more than three years.

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The Hermiston Food Pod will close temporarily starting Sept. 30, but it will return after about a month, bigger and better than ever, according to Clinton Spencer, planning director for the ci…

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