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PENDLETON — The public is invited to join in paying tribute to one of the top animals in the world of rodeo, War Paint.

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The 5K/10K fun run/walk is the only fall Eastern Oregon trail race. A fun day is offered for all, even if not competing. Visitors are invited to hike the course while enjoying the local ridges…

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STANFIELD — A fun evening with the whole family will help raise money for the Stanfield/Echo Wildcats Little League.

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ATHENA — The Athena Public Library, 418 Main St., is hosting an educational display that presents the history of 9/11, its origins, and its ongoing implications.

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PENDLETON — The Oregon East Symphony recently announced that all performances for its 2021-22 season will be at the Vert Auditorium, 480 S.W. Dorion Ave., Pendleton.

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STANFIELD — In an effort to promote treatment and recovery from substance use disorders, the month of September is designated as National Recovery Month. Initially established 32 years ago by …

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​​PENDLETON — This year, the Pendleton Public Library Summer Reading Program had a new sponsor. Library director Jennifer Costley said thanks to the Knights of Pythias, three readers in first,…

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WALLA WALLA — The Blue Mountain Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for the 2021 Discretionary Grant Program.

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BAKER CITY — The music of Metallica will rock Baker City as tribute band Blistered Earth is the season finale headliner during the Concerts on the Lawn series in Baker City.

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HERMISTON — The Gathering Place at Bellinger's welcomes Lois Piercy of Echo West Vineyard Estate. She will be on hand pouring wines from Sno Road Winery — which she and her husband, Lloyd, own…

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HERMISTON — Children 12 and under are invited to participate in the Hermiston Public Library’s monthly Coloring Page Activity. Starting on the first Thursday of each month, children and youths…

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PENDLETON — A webinar will highlight the importance of physical fitness for seniors and why it’s never too late to start living your healthiest life.

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MILTON-FREEWATER — The Milton-Freewater Pioneer Posse invites all cowgirls in seventh through 12th grade to try out for its 2022 royalty court.

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UMATILLA — Conexion de Madre, a support group for moms of all ages, is on hold. The decision was made because of the continued spread of COVID-19.

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PENDLETON — Heritage Station Museum has suspended its normal operating hours on Saturday, Sept. 4, because the facility has been rented out for an event. In addition, it will be closed Sept. 1…

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HERMISTON — An international bestselling novel about grief, mourning and the joy of survival is the topic of the upcoming Bookminders, the Hermiston Public Library book club.

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HERMISTON — Applications for the Altrusa Foundation Scholarship now are available. The scholarship is an award of up to $3,500 for students gaining or upgrading job skills or re-entering the j…

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MORROW COUNTY — Yard sales will be springing up throughout the communities in South Morrow County. They are planned Aug 27-29 in Heppner, Lexington and Ione.

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WALLA WALLA — The United Way of the Blue Mountains, which includes Umatilla and Morrow counties, recently announced grants awarded for fall 2020 and spring 2021.

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HERMISTON — Area foster children and youths dove into fun during the annual Department of Human Services Foster Swim Party at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center.

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HERMISTON — The Hermiston-area faith community has teamed up with Portland-based Luis Palau Association to present the Greater Hermiston CityFest with Andrew Palau. After more than 18 months o…

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UMATILLA COUNTY — A Jeep convoy recognizing the service of the late Jason Post of Umatilla County Parole and Probation will take place Saturday, Aug. 21.

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HERMISTON — Melon Fest returns to downtown Hermiston this weekend with live entertainment, children's games, a water slide, a photo booth, face painting and vendor booths, including food, prod…

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HERMISTON — Tony and ​​ DeAnn Amstad of Hermiston have amassed a mighty collection of John Deere collectible tractors, which will be auctioned off Saturday, Aug. 21, at noon by Booker Auction …

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HERMISTON — The Best of Show for the Umatilla County Fair Parade went to the Greater Hermiston CityFest with Andrew Palau. The entry was highlighting the upcoming faith-based event, planned fo…

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HERMISTON — A class on how to twist and make balloon animals is being offered free of charge in Hermiston.

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HERMISTON — There’s still time to get your car in tip-top shape for the second annual Show & Shine car show at Rogers Toyota of Hermiston.

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HELIX — Just like the title of Randy Rogers Band’s 2004 album, “Rollercoaster,” things have been up and down for DeWayne Dunlap, founder and president of Wheatstock Music Festival.

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BOARDMAN — The SAGE Center in Boardman urges people to “save the date” for the Morrow County Harvest Festival. In its eighth year, the event will be held exclusively outdoors on Saturday, Oct. 2.

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SALEM — The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is seeking a recreational vehicle owner and a representative of a county parks department to serve on the County Opportunity Grant Program Ad…

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JOSEPH — Despite a chaotic school year for teachers, students and their families, Community Bank’s Earn While You Learn program marked its 11th year.

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SALEM — The Oregon Farm Bureau is seeking photographs featuring all aspects of Oregon agriculture for possible inclusion in its 2022 Oregon’s Bounty Calendar.