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In its current state, the Stanfield Fire Station is in no position to house a full-time staff of firefighters, according to Scott Goff, Umatilla County Fire District No. 1 fire marshal.

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Hermiston Parks & Recreation is inviting people to share their input on a new park in Hermiston. The department scheduled an event for Feb. 9, 5:30 p.m., at the Hermiston Community Center,…

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Umatilla County has a new design for a flag and logo. The image features a sunrise over the Blue Mountains in the background with cropland and a water pump windmill in the foreground, rangelan…

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When a security guard with the United States Army Corps of Engineers on Jan. 6 noticed water and sand on the road near McNary Dam, the control room operator immediately turned off power to the…

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As Instagram is becoming ever more popular among teenagers and young adults, the Umatilla School District has gotten on board. It’s a new strategy to spread school information to those who pri…

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In the three years Ronald and Tamara Stutzman lived in Heppner, they lived as an example of those who put family first. Originally from Silverton, the Stutzmans responded to a call from their …

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After being declared a safety hazard and promptly taken down, the city of Echo is looking for a way to make historic Fort Henrietta a space where families can enjoy the park together.

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No criminal charges are going to be filed in a fatal stabbing case that occurred July 8 at Hells Canyon Overlook that left a Hermiston man dead, according to Wallowa County District Attorney R…

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Loveland will host a book event on Friday, Feb. 3, 2-7 p.m. for her poetry collection “A World Made of Words” at The Pheasant Blue Collar Bar & Grill, 149 E. Main St., Hermiston. Copies of…

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Just over a week after he was selected as interim Morrow County administrator, Greg Sweek tendered his resignation Friday, Jan. 13.

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The Oregon’s Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology selected Amy Martin to be its chairman. As such, she will be heading a board that regulates the practice of audiolog…

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