- Council discusses new pavement condition index report
To better deal with temperatures dipping into the 20s Wednesday night, Kristin Swaggart and her two Pendleton High School volunteers wore jackets and beanies instead of their usual chef gear as they got ready to start se...
Pendleton High School’s recent SAT scores show a school close to meeting the national average.
High school Principal Dan Greenough shared the class of 2017’s SAT results at a Pendleton School Board m...
- Council commits to adding pledge of allegiance to the start of meetings
- Fencing will funnel pedestrians through crossing rather than walking around traffic arms.
- Shelter still an issue for schools trying to help homeless students
- VFW and city go ahead with military member memorial near Highway 11
- As rodeo surpasses more than $1.1 million in sales, board credits new ticket options.
- Planner worried about proposal details, neighbors worried about odor
In the eastbound lane of Interstate 84 near the Pendleton Keystone RV plant, a semi-truck has slid into the median, its trailer flipped over and completely blocking the left lane.
Emergency responders want to clea...
- Board of Trustees welcomed two new members while three new General Council members were sworn in.
- Convention center manager eyes concession area for next set of improvements
- Athena woman leads rodeo court
- Tradition dating back to inaugural Round-Up almost lead to board president shake-up
- Pilot Rock restaurant feeds the hungry inside and outside its building
When he’s not delivering toys to the world’s children, Santa Claus spends a lot of time sitting. At events across the country, Santa spends hours sitting in a chair as children clamber onto his lap, impart ...
- New Round-Up president promises increased transparency
- Commission has approved $5.3 million on projects public and private since 2003
- Meeting on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
- Hamley co-owner wants to give old downtown brothel new life as Old West hotel.
- In a letter to stockholders, Round-Up board writes that past directors plan to nominate a challenger to the board's choice for president
- As BMCC pool approaches closure, swim association proposes $800,000 to $1 million inflatable dome over aquatic center pool
- Pendleton continues to implement initiatives, including a family night at Washington Elementary School, to improve American Indian student outcomes.
- VFW women's group lays down flowers for fallen soldiers
- Korean War vet mixes humor with remembrance at Pilot Rock High School assembly.
- Three under-40 candidates want to increase board's comminication with tribal community
- Competing land owner weighing next steps
- City manager wants someone with good longterm planning and communication skills.
- Southeastern Oregon silversmith plies her trade at Pendleton Leather Show
- Pendleton Lions Club revive local peace poster contest for kids 11-13.
- The 92nd and final War on 84 played out with fans on both sides remembering the series’ legacy and intensity.
- From rodeo cowboy to building inspector, Pendleton building official leans on communication skills.
- Planning commission deadlock leads to pot farm rejection and appeal to the city council
Like the pioneering spirit the rodeo has promoted since its conception, the Pendleton Round-Up is expanding westward.
In the last two months, the Round-Up Association has purchased three properties on the western ...
- Pendleton and Hermiston OSU alums and academics interviewed as a part of school's 150th anniversary oral history project.
- New Pendleton UAS Range facility has command center, 3-D printers and virtual reality room.
- Pendleton Public Library aims to boost adult programming and library card membership