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HERMISTON — When summer break began, Hermiston High School social studies teacher Josh Walker gave himself a homework assignment:

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Mitch Myers, center, talks with Hermiston residents about his A/Fuel dragster. Myers will drive the car at Seattle’s Northwest Nationals this weekend.

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UMATILLA — When Josh Ego stepped down as coach of the Umatilla cross-country team at the end of last season, assistant coach Cathy Gertsch threw her hat in the ring for the job. She was hired.

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HERMISTON — Hermiston coach Justin Simmons said it has been difficult to keep his Little League team engaged this past month in waiting for the 9-10-11-year-old state tournament, but with its …

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You could see it in her eyes. Paige Palzinski is in her happy place in the weight room, and now that Hermiston High School has renovated its facility from the ground up, the Hermiston junior i…

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Jazlyn Romero and Hunter Nichols could not be more different. Nichols is a distance runner, whereas a trip down the javelin runway is far enough for Romero.

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Most kids start driving on their own when they turn 16. Garrett Poynor started when he was 4.

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Zack Henrichs fell in love with the game of baseball the first time he picked up a ball.

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Portland Trail Blazers fans can get an inside look at the team on Wednesday night from a man who has witnessed the good, the bad and the ugly of the team for the better part of three decades.

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Bailee Noland hit two home runs, including a key two-out, three-run blast in the top of the seventh inning, to help Hermiston to an 8-5 victory over Holy Names in the consolation bracket at th…

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Hats off to Henrichs: The Irrigon Knights baseball team salute their longtime coach Randy Henrichs during Friday’s home field dedication.

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Jorge Carrillo started the season on the junior varsity team, but the more Hermiston coach Rich Harshberger watched the talented freshman play, he realized he needed the young man up on varsity.

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Hermiston’s Cydney Sanchez ran a personal best 5 minutes, 40.43 seconds in the 1,600 meters Thursday to win the event at a three-team Mid-Columbia Conference meet at Kennewick High School.

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Blue Mountain’s Payton Wright accepts the bareback championship buckle from coach Shawn Eng after the Northwest Region Finals last week in Hermiston. Wright will compete in his first College N…