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Jobs Plentiful, Candidates Scarce

A good economy means low unemployment and low unemployment means unfilled jobs and that translates to headaches for recruiters and business owners in Mission,...

Tribes: Pacific Lamprey Returning to Umatilla River in Record Numbers

Pacific lamprey, a prehistoric fish native to the Columbia River Basin and treasured by Native American people, are returning to Oregon’s Umatilla River in...

CTUIR to Host Film Festival at Wildhorse Cineplex on Jan. 15

Looking for something to do on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day? Check out the Sprout Film Festival 2018 on Monday, Jan. 15 at the Wildhorse...

Tickets on Sale for Sawyer Brown Concert in Pendleton

Seven time Country Vocal Group of the Year, Sawyer Brown, will take center stage in Rivers Events Center in Pendleton on Saturday, Oct. 7. To...

Wildhorse Foundation Announces Second-Quarter Grant Winners

The Wildhorse Foundation, a community benefit fund established by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) to support organizations in Northeastern Oregon...

Army Depot Land May Tap Into Umatilla’s City Sewer System

The local agency that will oversee the Umatilla Army Depot’s industrial lands is exploring the option of hooking into the City of Umatilla’s wastewater...

Wildhorse Foundation Tops $10 Million Mark in 2016

The Wildhorse Foundation, a community benefit fund established by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) to support organizations in northeastern Oregon...

Free Hermiston Bus Service Begins Jan. 3

Hermiston residents will find it easier to get around town in 2017, thanks to a new free fixed-route bus service which will start operations...

Hermiston Bus System Gets A Name

Hermiston has H.A.R.T. Or at least it will come Jan. 2. The Hermiston City Council chose Hermiston Area Regional Transit or H.A.R.T. for short for...

Free Bus Service Coming to Hermiston Jan. 2

Come Jan. 2, Hermiston residents will have a new way to get from Point A to Point B when the city begins its bus...

BMCC to Kick Off Women's Soccer on Saturday

In honor of Blue Mountain Community College’s first-ever women’s soccer program, BMCC will host a field dedication and program inauguration ceremony on Saturday, Oct....

Tribes to Get $20 Million in Settlement with Feds

The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) are due to receive $20 from the federal government as part of a settlement totaling...

Wildhorse Foundation Announces Grant Recipients

The Wildhorse Foundation announced grant recipients for the second quarter of 2016. A total of $214,240 was awarded to 31 recipients, bringing the total...

BMCC, CTUIR renew Native American Board

Officials from Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) and the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) renewed an agreement Wednesday to continue the...

Wildhorse Foundation Announces Grant Recipients

A total of $196,200 was awarded to 33 organizations during the first quarter of 2016, according the Wildhorse Foundation. The Wildhorse Foundation, a community benefit...

Counties to Get Economic Development Help

U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) announced today that 13 counties in Oregon’s Second Congressional District will receive job creation assistance in an effort...

Wildhorse Hosting Star Wars Coat Drive

Wildhorse Resort & Casino is hosting a coat drive to benefit Department of Children and Family Services at the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla...

Umatilla, Tribes to Tackle Old Town Overgrowth

Tucked away behind a locked gate, plants and animals have taken over the Umatilla Village/Old Town Site. The city of Umatilla and the Confederated Tribes...

Umatilla Moves Forward on Tribal Development

The Umatilla City Council moved forward this week on a plan to extend roads and utilities to tribal land east of McNary. The road will...

Umatilla Business Licenses Stir Opposition

Property owners must pay for business licenses in Umatilla, and some are not happy about it. Umatilla City Manager Bob Ward said the city recently...

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