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Good Shepherd receives top workplace award
Good Shepherd receives top workplace award

Good Shepherd Health Care System has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by The Oregonian.

The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by research partner Energage, LLC (formerly...

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Former Pendleton resident lassos in spring horse
Former Pendleton resident lassos in spring horse

A Kennewick family is thrilled with winning a heavy-duty spring rocking horse created as a way to raise money for the Department of Human Services Child Welfare program’s foster parent and child fund.

Ben and Kaylie Boykin’s...

Outreach pantry harvests bountiful donations

Each month Outreach Food Pantry (formerly St. Mary’s Outreach) provides emergency food boxes to over 300 households.

While no one goes away with an empty box, fresh produce is one item that is always in short supply. This summer,...

McNary Dam worker provides help in Guam
McNary Dam worker provides help in Guam

Members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District’s Temporary Emergency Power Planning and Response Team recently returned after providing support in Guam.

Sixteen of the 18-member team — including Shawn Cunningham,...

Ginsey family pitches scholarship endowment
Ginsey family pitches scholarship endowment

After decades of faithfully supporting Eastern Oregon University students, alumnus Denver Ginsey has established an endowed scholarship that will continue his family’s legacy for many years.

At $1 million, the Jean and Denver Ginsey...

Arts council receives Arts Learning grant

The Arts Council of Pendleton was among 17 recipients from across the state that received $10,000 Arts Learning grants from the Oregon Arts Commission.

The arts council will use the funds to support one year’s delivery of arts instruction...

HHS classmates gather 60 years after turning the tassel
HHS classmates gather 60 years after turning the tassel

The Hermiston High School class of 1958 held its 60-year reunion Aug. 31 through Sept. 2.

Classmates gathered for a Friday evening meet-and-greet at Midway Bar & Grill. Saturday activities included a morning walk down “memory...

Fair announces parade, barbecue contest winners

The celebration of “Let’s Stirrup Some Fun!” was kicked off with the annual Umatilla County Fair Kick-Off parade. More than 100 parade entries lined the streets Aug. 4 in preparation for the 2018 fair season.

Seven of the...

PHS Class of ’45 holds reunion
PHS Class of ’45 holds reunion

Indian relay rider takes the turn
Indian relay rider takes the turn

Locals earn honors at Oregon State Fair

SALEM — The following local 4-H participants earned awards at the 2018 Oregon State Fair:

Buckles, Bits & Boots (Pendleton): Blue, Educational Display, Club.

Jayden Bertsch (Stanfield): Blue, Reserve Champion (RC), Basic Skills...

Yellowhawk highlights suicide prevention
Yellowhawk highlights suicide prevention

As part of World Suicide Prevention Day, the Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center Circles of Hope suicide prevention program held several activities during Pendleton Round-Up week.

The events included a candlelight vigil, held Sept. 10 at the teepee...

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