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Grants to Be Made Available for Small Businesses Affected by COVID

The Umatilla Electric Cooperative Business Resource Center announced that grants are available for small businesses that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. A total...

OHSU Professor Offers Clues to the Mystery of COVID ‘Super-Dodgers’

You may know someone – or multiple people – who haven’t gotten COVID-19 yet, even if they were exposed. You might know people who...

OHDC Hosting Harvest Family Resource Event on Sunday

Oregon Human Development Corporation in Hermiston is hosting a Harvest Family Resource event this Sunday, Nov. 20. The event goes from 11 a.m. to 3...

Free Program Allows Oregonians to Obtain COVID Medication at Home

By Lynne Terry Oregonians at risk for a severe COVID infection now have access to free online health care visits thanks to a new state...

Oregon Health Officials Expect a Winter Surge of Covid, Flu Cases

By Lynne Terry Covid-19 cases could start going up within a month, marking a fall and winter surge of the virus along with an expected...

Oregon HDC to Host Family Resource Event on Sunday in Hermiston

Oregon Human Development Corporation, 955 S.E. Fourth St., Suite A in Hermiston, will host a family resource event on Sunday, Sept. 25. The free event...

COVID Recovery Grants Available for Live Event Support Industries

Business Oregon is distributing federal funds to help businesses that support live events and were impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency. The Live Event...

Forecast Shows Rise in COVID Cases, Hospitalizations Due to Subvariants

OHSU released a new COVID-19 forecast on Thursday showing a rise in COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations and deaths in the next few weeks...

Rock & Roll Camp Returns to Pendleton Center for the Arts

In a little over four weeks the Carnegie Library building that houses the Pendleton Center for the Arts (PCA) will be overtaken by a...

Hermiston High Seniors Say Goodbye After Four Challenging Years

The Hermiston High School Class of 2022 has been through a lot in the past four years - a nearly two-year pandemic, face masks...

Melanoma: Both Among Deadliest Cancers & Easiest to Catch Early

While it’s still important that the public continue to protect itself against COVID-19, the Oregon Health Authority says it’s also a good time to...

Umatilla County Reports Largest COVID Case Count Since February

Umatilla County Public Health has received reports of 79 active COVID-19 cases in the last week - the largest weekly case count in Umatilla...

Covid Spreads in Oregon But State Has Fewer Severe Cases

By Lynne Terry Covid continues to sicken hundreds of people every day in Oregon, though fewer people need intensive care, according to the Oregon Health...

Free COVID Vaccine, Testing Clinic Coming to Hermiston on Sunday

A free COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinic will be held in Hermiston on Sunday, May 29 from noon to 4 p.m. The event takes place...

Blue Mountain C.C. Students Named to All-Oregon Academic Team

Two Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) students were selected to the 2022 All-Oregon Academic Team (AOAT). BMCC students Hunter Weaver of Wallowa and Olivia West...

Report Details Challenges of Farmworkers During Pandemic

A recent report consisting of dozens of interviews with Oregon farmworkers offers a glimpse into the unsafe, unsustainable and often dehumanizing experiences farmworkers have...

Umatilla County Health Updates Weekly COVID-19 Dashboard

Umatilla County Health updated its COVID-19 dashboard on Wednesday which showed nine new cases were reported during the past week. The health department stopped reporting...

OHA Wants Teenagers to Help Spend $1 Million on COVID Recovery

Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is looking for young people ages 15-19 to lead a Youth Advisory Council that will decide how to spend $1 million...

U. County Transitions from Pandemic to Endemic Response Phase

Following a steady decline in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, the Umatilla County Health Department today announced it is transitioning from a pandemic response phase...

March 11: Umatilla County Health Reports 4 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported four new cases of COVID-19 - up four from Thursday when no new cases were reported. Today's new cases bring...

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