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Friday, December 13, 2019

Rich Betz, Co-Founder of Bud-Rich Potato, Passes Away at 76

Hermiston lost one of its pioneers with the recent death of Rich Betz. Betz died on Nov. 26 at the age of 76. The co-founder of...
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Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Set for Balance Chiropractic & Massage

The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce invites the public to help celebrate the grand opening of Balance Chiropractic & Massage tomorrow, Dec. 3. A ribbon-cutting...

Heppner Chamber Seeks Nominations for Distinguished Citizens

The Heppner Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations from community members for the distinguished citizens and business to be honored at the 2020 Town...

Annual Three-Day Hermiston Farm Fair Kicks Off This Week

The 2019 Hermiston Farm Fair kicks off on Wednesday, Dec. 4 at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center (EOTEC). The first two days of...

Tickets on Sale for Festival of Trees

Tickets for the 2019 Hermiston Festival of Trees are on sale at the Hermiston Chamber of Commerce, 1055 S. Highway 395, Suite 111. The annual...

Boardman Fire Department Selling Christmas Trees Beginning Dec. 1

The Boardman Fire Department will hold a Christmas tree sale beginning this Sunday, Dec. 1. The hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday...

Higher Power Fitness Offering Free Workout Session on Friday

Higher Power Fitness, 2120 N. First St. in Hermiston, is inviting everyone for a free after-Thanksgiving workout on Friday, Nov. 29 at 9:30 a.m. The...

InteMountain ESD Teacher Named 2019 Migrant Teacher of the Year

Edelmira “Connie” Garcia, a longtime InterMountain Education Service District (IMESD) employee, was named the 2019 Title I-C Mirant Education Teacher of the Year by...

‘Education is Rehabilitation’ in BMCC Corrections Programs

The students in Blue Mountain Community College’s Corrections Education Programs know the work they do in the classroom to earn a GED certification is...

Northwest RiverPartners Issues Warning on Impact of Dam Removal

Northwest RiverPartners, a not-for-profit, member-driven organization that advocates for carbon-free hydropower, issued a warning about the dire impact that dam removal and the associated...

Hermiston Council OKs Annexation for Residential Development

The Hermiston City Council approved a request Monday night to annex approximately 40 acres of land to allow for the development of single-family homes...

Hermiston Chamber of Commerce Promoting Small Business Saturday

The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce is reminding everyone that Nov. 30 is Small Business Saturday and encourages the community to choose to shop locally. Small...
Police Response

Hermiston Man Indicted for Allegedly Kidnapping Washington Woman

A Umatilla Grand Jury has indicted a Hermiston man on charges related to an alleged kidnapping in which the suspect allegedly kept his victim...
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Blue Mountain C.C. Hires New VP of Administrative Services

Blue Mountain Community College has hired David Shellberg of Boise, Idaho, as its next Vice President of Administrative Services. Shellberg will replace Tammie Parker, who...

Weather Service Says Snow May On the Way This Week

Travelers should be ready for hazardous travel conditions next week, with the possibility of slick, ice or snow covered roads. The National Weather Service...
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Tickets on Sale for 2020 Melonville Comedy Festival in Hermiston

Tickets are on sale for the 2020 Melonville Comedy Festival in Hermiston. The annual event will take place on Friday, Jan. 24 at the...

Riverside High School Offering Free Tutoring for Students on Fridays

Riverside High School is offering free tutoring for students who need help in math, language arts, science or electives, or who need to make...
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Morrow County H.S. Juniors Encouraged to Apply for D.C. Tour

Columbia Basin Electric Cooperative is seeking applications from high school juniors in Morrow County for the 2020 Electric Cooperative Washington, D.C. Youth Tour, happening...
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Forget About Black Friday Shopping, This Year Try Black Friday Fishing

It’s easy to #OptOutside in Oregon on the Friday or Saturday after Thanksgiving—you can fish, crab or clam for free anywhere in the state. Oregon...

Bill Designed to Help with Hanford Clean-Up Passes U.S. House

On Wednesday, during an Energy and Commerce Full Committee markup, U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River), the Republican Leader of the committee, helped lead efforts...

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