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Dynes fined for nuisance violation
Hermiston’s nuisance ordinance was enforced in court Friday.
Relationship between conference center, EOTEC on council’s agenda
Boardman PD uses gang database, but few similarities to Portland
Our view: CDA needs a row of ducks, hands on deck


SOCCER: Back-to-back shutouts leave Bulldogs winless in doubleheader
Hermiston boys and girls soccer both lost at home on Thursday night.
PREP ROUNDUP: Buckaroo boys soccer picks up first win
VOLLEYBALL: Buckaroos overpower Bulldogs
FOOTBALL: Dawgs aim to get back on track


WSU names summer honor roll

PULLMAN, Wash. — Megan Reed of Milton-Freewater and April Stills of Pendleton were...

Days Gone By: Sept. 22, 2017
Dance team holds fundraiser
Dance class introduces Arizona 2-Step


Other views: State lawmakers shouldn’t lose ability to hire relatives

Oregon allows state lawmakers to hire their relatives, a practice called nepotism. The word...

Murdock: Learning to carry additional weight
Letter: Oregon prisons not equipped to be nursing homes
Egan: In Rome, a visit with the Anti-Trump


Richard K. ‘Dick’ Barnes
October 20, 1946 - September 9, 2017
Death: Douglas William Webb
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UPCOMING SERVICES: Sept. 22-23, 2017


Public safety log for Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017
Don’t cross the double yellow lines, women sought police help to deal with threats, and...
Public safety log for Friday, Sept. 22, 2017
Public safety log for Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017
Public safety log for Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017

Capital Bureau

Overturn of provider tax could cost state more than $840 million
A financial estimate of the impact of partial repeal of the law was approved, after some dispute...
Ballot title approved for health care funding referendum
What you can do under Oregon’s new distracted driving law
Governor doesn’t get meeting with Sessions

Photos & Videos

Dress-Up parade in photos

The Dress-Up Parade on Saturday through downtown Pendleton was the unofficial kick-off for...