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In a year full of western related media with “The Rider” and “Westworld” Season 2, it would make sense that the Coen brothers’ “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” would be released. It’s also advan…

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While attending the Dec. 1 Festival of Trees at the Hermiston Community Center, Destiny George bought a ticket for the Hermiston Kiwanis raffle tree.

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The Pendleton School District recently congratulated Suzanne Howard, director of nutrition services, for receiving awards from Sodexo, the district’s food service contractor.

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Barbara Nelson has rounded up a few of the region’s most respected back-up musicians and is presenting a holiday concert called Christmas by the Campfire.

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On Dec. 28, 1939, a card was delivered to Pendleton resident Lorin Hecker by Andy Dalrymple, a railroad conductor for the Union Pacific Railroad. Dalrymple said he found the card on the Portla…

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PORTLAND — Who inspires you? The American Red Cross is seeking nominations to honor ordinary people who have done extraordinary things in the community.

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The annual holiday concert of the Inland Northwest Musicians features a variety of ensembles playing holiday music, including traditional and contemporary songs. 

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BAKER CITY — While there might not be a fresh blanket of snow as of yet,p people are invited to enjoy a dashing sleigh ride in Baker City.

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In its heyday, the Meacham Hotel, built in 1897, was a welcome sight for weary travelers making their way through Eastern Oregon’s Blue Mountains. In the early 1900s, freight and passenger tra…

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UMATILLA — A costume-themed fun run is set to provide nonperishable food donations for the Umatilla Volunteer Firefighters Association’s annual Christmas basket program.

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HERMISTON — Eastern Oregon Mission, the parent organization of Agape House and Martha’s House, is excited about additional ways to give as the holidays approach — through BottleDrop Give and t…

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans artist known as Big Freedia has sued a former choreographer, seeking a declaration of ownership for choreography and music from the time they worked together.