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U.S. Cellular dials in store manager for Hermiston, Pendleton
U.S. Cellular dials in store manager for Hermiston, Pendleton

PENDLETON — A Pendleton woman was recently named store manager for the Pendleton and Hermiston locations of U.S. Cellular.

Kimberly Goodhue leads store associates in helping customers and businesses select the best plan and devices to...

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Sassafras Flowers blooms with open house

HERMISTON — For a chance to win a beautiful artificial Christmas wreath, RSVP to attend the grand opening open house at Sassafras Flowers by Shera.

The event is Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 611 E. Highland...

Project connects homegrown workforce

PENDLETON — More than a dozen employers and other representatives will be on hand for the Employer Pipeline Project.

The effort is an initiative between Umatilla County, CAPECO, Eastern Oregon Business Source and the Pendleton School...

Community Bank collects cash for charities

PENDLETON — The annual holiday Charity Drive for local nonprofit organizations is underway at each branch of Community Bank.

People can give through Wednesday, Dec. 20 in donation jars at each branch. Community Bank will match donations...

Indian restaurant reopens as Flavors of India
Indian restaurant reopens as Flavors of India
Pendleton issues five other business licenses in October
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Pendleton real estate agent Matt Vogler receives the Umatilla County Board of Realtors’ 2017 Realtor of the Year Award from Milne McLaughlin, principal broker with the Pendleton-based Clark Jennings & Associates. The local board reported it...

What’s cooking: new chef at Wildhorse
What’s cooking: new chef at Wildhorse

MISSION — A new executive chef brings more than 30 years of culinary arts experience to Wildhorse Resort & Casino.

Jeff Sommer, who most recently worked in New Orleans, got his first taste of cooking while helping his mother bake and...

Chamber luncheon featured dam tour

HEPPNER — A tour of the gallery and the top of the Willow Creek Dam is included during the upcoming Heppner Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will provide information during the Thursday, Nov. 16 event. People...

Baker Boyer hires new marketing director
Baker Boyer hires new marketing director

WALLA WALLA — Baker Boyer recently hired Jim Wilson as assistant vice president, marketing director.

Wilson joins the banking team with more than 30 years of experience in marketing and business development. His experience includes...

Workshop focuses on fair housing laws

HERMISTON — A workshop for property owners, property managers and Realtors provides an introduction and overview of fair housing laws.

The session is Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Hermiston Conference Center, 415 S.

Hermiston Foods employees prepare for life after closure
Hermiston Foods employees prepare for life after closure
CAPECO and Worksource Oregon help train those looking for new careers
Workshop offers new business help

PENDLETON — People are invited to learn the pros and cons of different business structures and gain knowledge about business licenses.

Starting Your Business: Making it Official is a workshop presented by Steve Corey of Corey, Byler &...

Community Bank buys back candy

Operation Gratitude invites children to sell their excess Halloween candy in support of United States military personnel and first responders.

Kids are invited to bring Halloween candy and handwritten letters of gratitude to any branch of...

McKay Creek Estates receives quality award
McKay Creek Estates receives quality award

PENDLETON — Noemi Wiseman, executive director of McKay Creek Estates in Pendleton, recently returned from a convention with an award from the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living.

The Pendleton assisted...

Cornerstone Pediatrics open for business
Dr. Rachel Brennan is taking new patients at Cornerstone Pediatrics.
PGG building up for auction in Milton-Freewater
PGG building up for auction in Milton-Freewater
Bids are due Nov. 15 for the former Pendleton Grain Growers building in Milton-Freewater, which has hit the auction block.

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