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I received an urgent message from my sister on April 15, 2020, that our cousin's adult grandson, Caleb, was missing. Caleb had graduated from a Salem high school in 2019 and had started an app…

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School plays, dance competitions and practices, watching my brother play baseball, hanging out with friends, are all things I miss from before COVID-19. It has been really hard adjusting to st…

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The people-powered candidate: The Oregon Secretary of State serves all of Oregon’s 36 counties as chief auditor, administrator, and elections officer. Jamie McLeod-Skinner is the only candidat…

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The 12/18/19 issue of the Hermiston Herald had an article discussing our poverty level estimates and how it effected the Title V Rural and Low Income Schools grant for the Hermiston School Dis…

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If the city of Hermiston follows through with the sale of the Hermiston Community Center, then Bryan Wolfe and Tim Mabry need to dust off their donation list and see that the city return that …

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A century ago, any brazen leaders who had the audacity to raise fees a whopping 50 percent would have been tarred, feathered, and run out of town on a rail. So imagine our shock when we opened…

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I would like to express my gratitude and sincere appreciation to the Hermiston School District for their commitment to continuing a reading tradition that began at Highland Hills Elementary in…

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As a board member of The Arc of Umatilla County I would like to express my sincere appreciation to the five members of the ALMS Kindness Club who came out on February 16th to support The Arc's…

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I am disappointed that the city of Hermiston chose to build a skate park instead of a covered swimming pool. I think the latter would serve a much greater population than the former.

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Wal-Mart Distribution Center in Hermiston has been very helpful over the years with in-kind and grant funds contributions to the efforts of the Echo Kiwanis. Recently, Kiwanis held their month…

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I really care about Hermiston and the surrounding communities. I am truly fortunate to be part of the city government in Hermiston. It is an honor to be re-elected to serve a third term as cit…

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A sincere thank you to the gentleman who contacted several businesses in Hermiston to sponsor the concert on Nov. 3, 2018, ”A Toast to Bread!” An extremely talented, professional group of musicians.

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We have the opportunity to vote for Representative Greg Walden, sending him back to Congress to continue to represent us through these continuing challenging times. We need his hard-working, e…

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I voted for George as commissioner in the last race, but will not vote for him this time. You see, I received a flier yesterday from the Re-Elect George campaign, and I say it lacks of integri…

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Our current Congressional representative, Greg Walden holds significant power in Congress. But he uses that power to further the interests of out-of-state corporate donors over the wellbeing o…

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I would like to recommend a vote for city councilwoman Lori Davis in the November election. She is a longtime resident and a friend of mine. Lori is known to be truthful and reliable. She’s an…