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PAWS elects new board officers

New officers have been elected to the Pendleton Animal Welfare Shelter board of directors.

After serving as the board vice president, Jackie Carey has been elected president. Also, Melissa Nathan, a new addition to the board, was elected to the...

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Auxiliary volunteers present check to Good Shepherd
Auxiliary volunteers present check to Good Shepherd

Even though volunteers of the Good Shepherd Medical Center Auxiliary were being recognized during a June 4 awards luncheon, they still were reaching out to give back.

Nick Bejarano, director of marketing and communications, said the group...

Youth athletes place at TrackTown meet

Several area students participated in the TrackTown Youth League Championship Meet, held June 9 at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon, Eugene. It featured more than 500 of the top youth athletes from across the state.

Results of local...

Everything’s roses for Round-Up/Happy Canyon royalty
Everything’s roses for Round-Up/Happy Canyon royalty

Hermiston Altrusa installs new officers
Hermiston Altrusa installs new officers

Dawn Long was recently installed as the new president of Altrusa International of Hermiston.

Other officers of the service club include Lindsay Lloyd (first vice president), Stephanie Hughes (second vice president), Alexis McCarthy (secretary),...

Top students join National Honor Society

Applause is in order for 27 new members of the Hermiston High School chapter of the National Honor Society.

Demonstrating high standards of scholarship, service, leadership and character, the students were inducted during a May 31 ceremony in...

Pendleton Altrusa receives service award

Altrusa International of Pendleton was recently honored with the Altrusa District Twelve Mamie L. Bass Community Service Award.

The award was given in recognition for the club’s KARE (Kids at Risk Empowered) project. The award is...

Riverside class of 1968 celebrates 50-year reunion
Riverside class of 1968 celebrates 50-year reunion

Community boogies for the library
Community boogies for the library

The Pendleton Friends of the Library deemed its fifth annual adult prom a success.

The June 9 event featured the theme “The Princess Bride: An Inconceivable Night Out!” In addition to dancing, about 100 people enjoyed DJ music by...

Symphony scores with Templeton Foundation grant

The Oregon East Symphony and Chorale was recently awarded a $7,000 grant from the Herbert A. Templeton Foundation.

The money will be used to support Playing for Keeps, the symphony’s classical youth education program. The project serves...

Ace Hardware encourages summer reading
Ace Hardware encourages summer reading

Shelley Lund of Smitty’s Ace Hardware said students at Sunset Elementary School were giddy with excitement when representatives from the Hermiston business delivered 500 books last week.

Store owners Randy and Tammy Smith donated the...

Weather makes for wonderful family weekend
Weather makes for wonderful family weekend

Police patrols Presbyterian preschool
Police patrols Presbyterian preschool

Students in the early learners class at Pendleton Presbyterian Preschool had a special visitor during their car show.

Trooper Darin Wong of the Oregon State Police stopped by as the 3-year-olds showed off their cardboard cars during the May 24...

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