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Pro-life author to speak at pregnancy center fundraiser

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The author of a book that offers hope and vision in regards to reducing the abortion rate is the guest speaker for a TruCare Pregnancy Resource Center fundraising banquet.

With more than 30 years experience in the ...

‘Firebird’ rises up to support Oregon East Symphony

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A commissioned piece of artwork by Pendleton artist Hiroko Cannon will help fund a newly created teaching position with the Oregon East Symphony.

“Firebird” was commissioned following a 2008 fire on P...

Faith-based conference pursues revival

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Live music, top-notch performances and inspirational speakers are featured during a faith-based conference in Hermiston.

In its sixth year, the focus of the event is “Revival in Now.” Pursuit Conferen...

MLK Day events unite community

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Several local entities in Pendleton and Hermiston invite the public to participate in celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday, Jan. 15.

In Pendleton, a program featuring spoken words and music takes center st...

Melonville brings three comics to Hermiston on Jan. 27

- Kermet Apio, Derek Richards, Cory Michaelis to brings jokes to conference center

Youth event locks in New Year’s fun

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Area youths are invited to a special New Year’s Eve event in Hermiston

The Youth Lock-In starts Sunday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. at Living Faith Church, 1611 Diagonal Blvd., Hermiston. While some of the activities ...

Swim team dives in with annual talent show

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Members of the community are ready to make a splash as more than two dozen acts are featured during the Hermiston High School Swim Team Talent Show.

With high transportation costs to shuttle swimmers to and from pr...

Talent show drives HHS swim team

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The Hermiston High School swim team is seeking participants for its annual talent show.

People from across the region are invited to try out for the show. In addition, all ages and talents are welcome. Auditions ar...

New Year’s Eve turns deadly in Agape House fundraiser

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As the last few minutes of 2017 tick away, someone isn’t going to live long enough to join revelers in raising a glass to toast in the new year.

A New Year’s Eve theme is featured during the upcoming ...

‘Tis the season — for giving

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Brightly wrapped packages are a familiar sight under Christmas trees across the world.

Many children grow up believing in Santa Claus. You know the story — the jolly old elf dons a red suit, hitches up a t...

Cabin Fever heats up for 10th year

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John Wambeke & Friends are pulling out all the stops for the 10th annual Cabin Fever shows.

Described as a delightful mixture of music and humor, the Hermiston man rounds up local talent to present the yearly e...

Gifts from firefighters wrap up community spirit

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They didn’t arrive in a sleigh with a team of reindeer, but members of the Irrigon Fire Protection District assumed the role of Santa Claus to help provide a brighter Christmas for a 5-year-old Irrigon boy.

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Community dinner serves Christmas ham

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The second of the twice-yearly Community Fellowship Dinners in Hermiston will offer a free holiday meal on Christmas Day.

The traditional meal features Hill’s Meat ham with all the trimmings. Also, there is ...

Santa serves up breakfast, holiday traditions

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When asked if he has been a good little boy this year, Cory Kautz Jr. nodded his head up and down.

Then, the 5-year-old Hermiston boy looked at his parents for confirmation. When Cory Kautz Sr. and Britni Kautz agr...

Five displaced in early morning Pendleton fire

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No injuries were reported as firefighters from the Pendleton Fire Department battled an early morning blaze at Riverside Mobile Estates, 2712 N.E. Riverside Ave., Pendleton.

Chief Mike Ciraulo said the fire was rep...

Hermiston ‘stars’ to waltz into new year

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Returning for a sixth season, Dancing with the Hermiston Stars features six community members who will take the stage with professional dancers from the Utah Ballroom Dance Company.

Presented by Desert Arts Council...

Art exhibit features brushes with nature

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Nearly two dozen new oil paintings are featured in an exhibit by Hermiston artist Jim Simpson.

A retired minister, Simpson finds inspiration in God’s creation. Featuring landscape art, his newest works are ...

Autistic teen shares inspiring story

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Weighing less than 2 pounds when he was born, Christopher Duffley, who is also blind, didn’t speak in full sentences until he was in first grade.

Later diagnosed with autism, the 16-year-old New Hampshire yo...

Talent show drives HHS swim team

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The Hermiston High School swim team is seeking participants for its annual talent show.

People from across the region are invited to try out for the show. In addition, all ages and talents are welcome. Auditions ar...

Community rolls out holiday season

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People are invited to head to Echo as the small town offers big fun during the holiday season.

“It’s kind of a quaint and historic little community,” said Diane Berry, city administrator.