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PENDLETON — A former crime beat reporter — including for the East Oregonian — and award-winning author, Karen Spears Zacharias recently released her latest book, “The Murder Gene.”

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Echo is getting revved up for an afternoon of fun as the Echo Car Show & Concert gears up for its annual event. Serving as a fundraiser for various student groups and the Echo Parent-Teach…

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PENDLETON — Esme Patterson, Denver-based singer-songwriter, performs at Great Pacific Wine & Coffee Co. as the Pendleton downtown establishment hosts a new monthly concert series.

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HERMISTON — A yard sale is planned at Sweet Potato’s Closet. The nonprofit organization provides clothing, shoes and other necessities for area foster families and other at-risk youths.

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HERMISTON — The Spring Fling Shopping Extravaganza features a variety of home-based businesses and handcrafted products all in one place.

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PENDLETON — The Wells Fargo Scholarship Program for People with Disabilities recently announced that Marcus Allen was selected for a $2,500 award. Allen has type 1 diabetes and attention defic…

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HERMISTON — Area students pursuing education in the field of medicine were recently awarded
 $2,000 scholarships from the Good Shepherd Medical Center Auxiliary.

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PFLAG Pendleton is hosting an educational event entitled “Knowing Nancy, A Lesson in Self-Defining Growth.” Nancy Peterson, a speaker, organizer and writer, will share Sunday, May 22, 4 p.m. a…

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ENTERPRISE — Lannie Stonebrink, a graduating Enterprise High School senior, was on the list of 12 Oregon seniors to receive $1,500 college scholarships from the Oregon Wheat Foundation, accord…

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SALEM — A sophomore from Pendleton High School was among those who earned top prizes in a media contest designed to increase awareness about workplace safety for young workers. Julianne Jones …

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Jeramy Schultz stirs popcorn Saturday, May 14, 2022, at Hermiston’s Spring Bazaar. The annual event at the Hermiston Community Center drew dozens of vendors and plenty of locals.

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PENDLETON — Spring is in the air — and so is music. The Oregon East Symphony Youth Orchestra will present a pair of free spring performances, including an outdoor concert.

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PENDLETON — A pair of representatives from the Energy Trust of Oregon will discuss what the agency has to offer during the upcoming Climate Conversation Program hosted by the Eastern Oregon Cl…

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ECHO — A bus full of enthusiastic and studied-up Echo FFA members in the early morning hours of May 1 began their journey to Corvallis, to compete with other FFA chapters at the spring Career …

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LA GRANDE — Eastern Oregon University named 590 students to the dean's list for the 2022 winter term. Qualifying students achieve and maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher while comp…

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PENDLETON — Roll up your sleeve and help your community, by giving blood at one of two upcoming local blood drives.

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HERMISTON — A variety of local products, handcrafted creations and home/garden items are featured as more than 70 vendors are confirmed for the annual Spring Bazaar in Hermiston.

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PENDLETON — A pair of upcoming performances in Pendleton will feature Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner, a Portland Piano International “Rising Star,” who is described as “mesmerizing” and “a gifted vi…

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STANFIELD — The Blue Mountain Old Time Fiddlers encourage people to kick up their heels during an upcoming performance at the Stanfield Community Center.

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PENDLETON — With the weather warming up, it’s the perfect time to get out in the garden. Members of the Pendleton FFA Chapter have been busy digging in the dirt in preparation for their upcomi…

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PENDLETON — The board of directors of the Pendleton Foundation Trust announced allocations totaling $79,229.27 to five community organizations and seven memorial trust funds. Recipients of spr…

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HERMISTON — A scholarship fund has been established in the memory of Marissa Worstell. A 2011 Hermiston High School graduate, she was a member of the HHS cross country and track teams. Worstel…

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LEXINGTON — A full slate of activities is planned during the May Day Celebration in Lexington.

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HERMISTON — An ecumenical effort to pray for local, state and national leaders as well as school board members, chamber of commerce board members and to lift up the many concerns facing our na…

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PENDLETON — Don your best Kentucky Derby attire and get ready to indulge in chocolate. Dream Catcher Therapeutic Riding Center is hosting its Chocolate Derby benefit event.

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PENDLETON — The story of Johnny Cash is told through music in a trio of performances presented by the Friends of the Opera House. “Ring of Fire” features 30 songs, including several Johnny Cas…

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PENDLETON — Highlighting everything from cowboy grit, geldings, working dogs and Western gear, Pendleton Cattle Barons was created as a way to honor the region’s Western heritage. The nonprofi…

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HERMISTON — The Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center again is rolling out the red carpet for the Hermiston Cinco de Mayo celebration.

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