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The Mid-Columbia Conference spring sports season began with snow on the ground, but Hermiston High School did not let that deter it from trying to get its facilities playable for its athletes.

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The Crooked Dawg, left, and Klamath Dawg, right, are on the menu at the new River Dawgs in Umatilla.

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Each Tuesday for the rest of the legislative session, Umatilla School District’s teachers will be wearing “Red for Ed.” Staff and school board members will be wearing red shirts to support sta…

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A large boom crane is being used to install a new culvert on Southwest First Street on Tuesday in Hermiston. Work is expected to continue through the end of March.

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Baked goods and books will be available for purchase during a fundraiser hosted by the Irrigon branch of the Oregon Trail Library District.

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HERMISTON — Food truck vendors interested in participating Hermiston's new food truck pod this year are invited to an informational meeting Monday.

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The Northeast Oregon Home Builders Association is offering a pair of $1,500 scholarships to help educate and train individuals in a field related to the building industry.

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It’s time to have a wee bit o’ fun as Heppner rolls out the green carpet for its annual St. Patrick’s weekend.

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Hardback volumes are 50 cents each and paperbacks are 25 cents during the upcoming book sale at the Umatilla Public Library.

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Umatilla High School is one of more than a thousand schools across the United States to receive funding from Amazon, and will use the money to start offering computer science classes in the fall.

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There’s still snow on the ground at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center, but the search for lifeguards is warming up.

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Awards honoring outstanding nurses from Oregon and southwest Washington for their care and compassion will be presented in nearly 20 categories.