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Oregon’s widespread wildfires will add to the already heavy workloads of the state Employment Department.
As Oregonians anticipate a three-day weekend for Labor Day on Sept. 5-7, government agencies are reminding people to take precautions to stay …
HERMISTON — City budgets lay out a road map of projects for the upcoming fiscal year, but Hermiston City Manager Byron Smith told budget committee members Thursday that the city may have to make some adjustments as the fuller picture of COVID-19’s economic impacts becomes clear.
HERMISTON — New statistics detailing annual crime and patrol numbers in 2019 show that from a policing standpoint, things are looking up for the Hermiston Police Department.
HERMISTON — The wind was gusting as twin sisters Shalena Myers and Jolene Pooley cut the ribbon on their new business on Thursday afternoon, but it didn’t dampen their excitement.
PENDLETON — Lifeways announced that it has purchased the former St. Anthony Medical Office in Pendleton.
PORTLAND — A Umatilla man was sentenced Tuesday to time served, having already served 22 months in custody, plus three years supervised release for strangling his significant other in the presence of their four children.