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Artists who exhibit or sell their work and maintain a consistent artistic practice are invited to submit their information for a statewide artist registry.

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The Hermiston High School class of 1991 is set to celebrate 30 years after turning the tassel. The class reunion is July 30 through Aug. 1.

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A couple of days are left of the vacation Bible school at the Boardman First Baptist Church. On the final day, get ready to have a splashing good time with a water bounce house.

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Gordon Smith drove away with the best of show award during the 25th annual Cool Rides Car Show with his 1933 Ford Vicky. Hosted by the Hermiston Classics Car Club, nearly 150 vehicles were ent…

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MISSION — After a one-year hiatus because of the global pandemic, United Way of the Blue Mountains is looking forward to hosting its 12th annual Charitable Golf Tournament.

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Power outages can result in food spoiling, especially during the current excessive heat warning — and that can take a toll on Oregonians living on tight household budgets

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From parades and community celebrations to fireworks shows, area communities are gearing up to help commemorate the Fourth of July. Events listed below are scheduled on Saturday, July 3, and S…

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A Rocky Mountain Railroad Adventure is planned as part of the vacation Bible school at Faith Presbyterian Church, 1005 S.E. Ninth St., Hermiston. Kids do not have to attend the church to participate.

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As the American Red Cross continues to experience a severe blood shortage that is negatively affecting blood product availability across the country, additional incentives are being offered to…

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The American Red Cross is experiencing a severe blood shortage as the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries rise and deplete the nation’s blood inventory.

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Outdoor areas at Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s more than 30 fish hatcheries are back open for visitors — including the Umatilla and Irrigon hatcheries.

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In its spring newsletter, Eastern Oregon Mission, the parent organization of Agape House and Martha’s House, shared about blessings experienced on behalf of the organization in recent months.

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Dispatcher Deena Josue of the Umatilla County Sheriff's Office recently completed a three-week basic telecommunications course at the Oregon Public Safety Academy in Salem.

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For a chance to get your car all shiny clean while supporting the Fusion Student Ministry, a car wash will be held in Hermiston.

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A kids’ bike rodeo (bring your own bicycle) and helmet fittings, free car seat checks and installations, and educational booths are all a part of a Family Safety Awareness Event presented by G…

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Our Lady of Angels Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court #1692 recently held a bake sale to raise money for TruCare Pregnancy Clinic in Hermiston. Catholic Daughters Regent Kristi Smalley p…

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The public is invited to bring a big appetite and get ready to have fun as the Hermiston Cultural Awareness Coalition hosts a Juneteenth Celebration.

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Republican Alek Skarlatos is making another bid for a seat in Oregon’s 4th Congressional District. The former Oregon National Guard soldier garnered 46.2% of the votes during the Nov. 2020 ele…

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With such influences as the Rolling Stones, Muddy Waters and Townes Van Zandt, The Wasteland Kings add their own unique twist to the Americana sound. The La Grande-based band will take the sta…

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When Christians share their faith-based experiences, it offers a message of hope that many people are looking for, said Chris Hankel, senior pastor at New Hope Community Church.