Brittany Norton

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Forest funds spread thin by wildfire

- Oregon fires have already cost $321 million in 2018

Group Harmony: Bluegrass musicians dive into weekly jam sessions at Pendleton cafe

- Loose-knit group has been gathering for 25 years at Great Pacific, playing for themselves and whoever else shows up.

Pendleton graduates gather for 73rd reunion


At age 91, Jack Kelley and Verla (Thompson) Tomlinson are still presiding over the Pendleton High School class of 1945.

The pair of nonagenarians kept up a lively presence at the class’ 73rd reunion, held Fr...

Saddle of the summer: Centennial creation on display at Hamley’s

- A saddle with a distinct style and mysterious maker finds its way back to Pendleton

Home sweet home: In-home care shortage afflicts Eastern Oregon seniors

- Finding funds and workers to provide in-home care for senior is a challenge in Eastern Oregon

Teens discover the liberation of rock ’n’ roll at Pendleton camp

- Teens learn self-expression, musical skills at week-long camp

Norton | Can a diet survive the county fair?

- A quest for healthy eating in the land of fried foods and sweet treats

Portland couple loses RV to fire during Pendleton pit stop

- Fire shuts down Court Avenue while crews douse the blaze.

Pendleton superintendent sets goals for new school year


The Pendleton School District superintendent outlined his goals for the 2018-2019 school year Tuesday morning in a special board meeting at the school district’s administrative offices.

Chris Fritsch, ente...

Yellowhawk opens new tribal health facility

- New Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center brings together health services under one roof

Homeless services in Pendleton stretching to keep up with need


There were 511 homeless people in Umatilla County on January 31, 2018, according to the Community Action Program of East Central Oregon. About 290 of them were living in Pendleton.

Pendleton Police Chief Stuart Ro...

The face of homelessness in Pendleton

- Linda Kuppenbender, Gregg Carter and Bryan Miller share their stories of life on the street

Cossacks show their stuff


The smell of exhaust hung heavy in the air and tires screeched against the burning pavement as motorcycles swerved around each other. The Seattle Cossacks were warming up for 30 minutes of stunt riding.

That means ...