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The Hermiston city council voted Monday to raise electric rates for Hermiston Energy Services by $2 per month. The changes take effect Dec. 31.

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Farm-City Pro Rodeo board members attended Hermiston’s city council meeting Monday night to voice concern about a plan to move the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center’s RV park.

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Les McMasters picks up his guitar and strums. Surrounded by bandsaws, tools and hundreds of wooden boards, he begins to sing in a smooth tenor, picking away at the guitar he built in that same room.

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As Christmas draws near, shoppers may turn to thrift stores to donate items or to purchase gifts with a low price tag. For many local organizations, the money earned from those sales is going …

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In the next five years, the Port of Morrow will see massive railroad expansions with the hopes new jobs and industries may soon follow.

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The annual holiday concert of the Inland Northwest Musicians features a variety of ensembles playing holiday music, including traditional and contemporary songs. 

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Area children, senior citizens and even animals will benefit from the generosity of people in the community.

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Winning the Knowledge Bowl takes several of the seven cardinal virtues — patience, diligence, even humility — but key to winning the competition was in knowing what the whole group of them are called.

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Hermiston will be missing a holiday tradition this year after the Hermiston Seventh-Day Adventist Church announced it will not be holding its live nativity Journey to Bethlehem this year.

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Eastern Oregon Mission, the parent organization of Agape House and Martha’s House, is excited about additional ways to give as the holidays approach — through BottleDrop Give and the Amazon Sm…