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Community organizations help children overcome the ‘opportunity gap’
In Umatilla and Morrow counties less than 50 percent of children who grew up in poverty escape it...
Pendleton council gives Corbett another year of high marks
Court set trial dates in DUII manslaughter case
Head Start opens new facility in Hermiston


SOFTBALL: Lebanon ends Hermiston’s season with 11-8 defeat
Hermiston's run as an OSAA school officially ended on Friday with a loss to Lebanon in the 5A...
BASEBALL: Rockets beat Huskies, punch ticket to semis for first time since 2000
SOFTBALL: Rockets top Union 13-6, advance to state semifinals
BASEBALL: Pendleton ousted in 5A quarterfinals with 2-1 loss to Churchill


Days Gone By: May 23, 2018

100 Years Ago

From the East Oregonian

May 23, 1918

Again Joe Despain,...

Days Gone By: May 24, 2018
Memorial Day ceremonies honor veterans
P.E.O. announces golf tournament fundraiser


Our view: Discover Eastern Oregon, others have already

Umatilla County is no longer a secret, hidden from tourists from around the state, region and...

Letter | Better options for country’s wild horses
Letter | McLeod-Skinner ready to take on Walden
Forrester | Governor’s confusing decision to replace Lorenzen


Death: Harold C. Baker

Harold C. Baker

Boardman Aug. 18, 1928 - May 24, 2018

Harold C. Baker, 89, of...

Death: Mona M. King
C. Michael ‘Mike’ McLaughlin
UPCOMING SERVICES: May 26-29, 2018


Public safety log for Saturday, May 26, 2018
Disturbances kept Hermiston police moving, and furniture collided with traffic
Motorcyclist versus deer, a relative could be a pill thief, and more DUIIs
Public safety log for Friday, May 25, 2018
Public safety log for Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Capital Bureau

State eases rules on building officials
An emergency rule by the Oregon Building Codes Division would have effectively shut down the...
Williams claims need for pot data, cooperation with local police
Tax-free grocery initiative closer to state’s November ballot
State grapples with gaps in IT project oversight