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Local High School Students Earn College Credit During EOU Visit

A group of 33 high school students from eastern Oregon school districts had the chance to visit Eastern Oregon University last week and earn...

EOU Officials Meet with Port of Morrow, Hermiston Business Leaders

Eastern Oregon University (EOU) officials traveled to the Port of Morrow to meet with business leaders at the port as well as in Hermiston. EOU...

E. Oregon Economic Summit to Focus on Local, Regional, Federal Issues

Hermiston High School will be the site of the first annual Eastern Oregon Economic Summit on Friday, July 26 with a wide range of...

Ladd Marsh Bird Festival To Be Held at Height of Spring...

With an exceptionally diverse bird population, Ladd Marsh Wildlife Area is hosting the 14th annual Ladd Marsh Bird Festival May 17-19, 2019. The festival...

Hundred-Plus Eastern Oregon Students Explore Tech at Annual Expo

More than 100 students from school districts across Eastern Oregon gathered recently in La Grande for the annual InterMountain Education Service District (IMESD) Tech...

Area Students to Explore Technology at Event at Eastern Oregon University

More than 200 students in grades 8-12 will participate in the InterMountain Education Service District Student Tech Expo on Wednesday, March 14 at Eastern...

Eastern Oregon Universty to Be Site of Health Career Exploration Camp

Northeast Oregon Area Health Education Center will present the MedQuest Health Career Exploration Camp June 18-22 at Eastern Oregon University’s La Grande campus. Participants...

Ag, Energy Job Fair Set for SAGE Center on Wednesday

The fifth annual Agriculture, Energy and Processing Job Fair is set for tomorrow, March 7 at the SAGE Center, 101 Olson Road in Boardman....

Smith Seeks $9 Million for Fieldhouse at Eastern Oregon University

Oregon State Rep. Greg Smith (R-Heppner) announced an amendment has been added to a bill that would provide $9 million  for development and construction of...

Rep. Smith Names EOU Student as Communications Director

Oregon State Rep. Greg Smith (GOP-Heppner) has hired Jorden Payne as his new communication director. Payne’s responsibilities will include handling media inquiries and coordinating community...

EOU, BMCC Offer Concurrent Enrollment

Students can soon look forward to accessing more courses, programs, degrees and resources through Eastern Oregon University and Blue Mountain Community College simultaneously. A new...

Ag and Energy Job Fair Set for SAGE Center on March...

The fourth annual SAGE Center Agriculture and Energy Job Fair is set for March 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the SAGE...

Ag and Energy Job Fair Set for SAGE Center on March...

The fourth annual SAGE Center Agriculture and Energy Job Fair is set for March 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the SAGE...

Rep. Smith: Water is Coming to E. Oregon

The 2015 Legislative Session recently adjourned and State Rep. Greg Smith (R-Heppner) is touting a number of projects benefitting Eastern Oregon, including the allocation...

Hermiston's Tyler Brown Passes Away at 25

Tyler Dale Brown died on June 22, 2015 as the result of an automobile accident near Rufus at the age of 25. He was born...

Funeral Services Set for Elisabet Flores

Elisabet Flores died on Saturday, April 11, 2015 as the result of an automobile accident in Hermiston at the age of 39. She was born...

Nearly 500 Attend SAGE Center Job Fair

Thirty employers, educational institutions and government agencies had the opportunity to meet with more than 400 job seekers and students Wednesday at the second...

Job Fair Set for SAGE Center on March 4

The second annual SAGE Center Agriculture and Energy Job Fair is set for March 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the SAGE...

Longtime Hermiston Girl Scout Earns Top Honor

A recent Hermiston High School graduate has achieved something that only two area Girl Scouts have accomplished in the past 13 years – earn...

BMCC Says Proposed Budget 'Falls Short'

Blue Mountain Community College President Cam Preus said the governor’s proposed 2015-2017 biennium budget “falls well short” of what the college needs to maintain...

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