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PENDLETON — Patrick Mills of Pendleton was recently honored with the Young Engineer of the Year Award by the Professional Engineers of Oregon. The award is presented annually to an engineer 35…

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KLAMATH FALLS — The Oregon Institute of Technology steel bridge team, led by construction captain Grant Banister of Pendleton, placed 19th at the 2019 American Institute of Steel Construction …

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HERMISTON — Local author Carol Clupny has been making the rounds after launching her book, “The Ribbon Of Road Ahead: One Woman’s Remarkable Journey with Parkinson’s Disease.”

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MILTON-FREEWATER — Milton-Freewater Boy Scout Troop #315 is pleased to announce two Eagle Scouts who earned their Eagle Palms.

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Students in the Pendleton High School Foreign Language Club recently returned from Eugene after participating in the University of Oregon’s Foreign Language and International Studies Day.

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Special Olympic athletes, coaches, volunteers and supporters had multiple reasons to cheer recently as Hermiston/Pendleton Local Program #510 celebrated during its annual awards event.

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Don Williams drove away with the Best of Show during the 2019 Blue Mountain Community College Cruisin’ for Scholarships Car Show. The award, presented in memory of Scott Waggoner by Mike Lapp …

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Student leaders from Hermiston were recognized April 28 during the Oregon Association of Student Councils spring conference, held at the Red Lion Hotel at Jantzen Beach in Portland.

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With a mantra of “No One Walks Alone,” a Corvallis woman rallied support during the recent Walk MS Eastern Oregon. The May 4 event was held at Roy Raley Park in Pendleton to help raise awarene…

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The students of Pilot Rock Loves Hockey Group would like to thank the following individuals or businesses for donating monetary or prizes to our Pop the Balloon fundraiser that we had at the P…

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Thank you to the 102 volunteers — 68 adults and 34 youth — who helped clear more than 1,500 pounds of trash from the River Parkway and the banks of the Umatilla River in Pendleton on May 4!

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Teresa Moncrief was recently installed as president of Hermiston Emblem Club #215 for 2019-20. The Hermiston woman also will take care of press duties for the organization.

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All Pendleton High School junior and senior class students would like to express their thanks and gratitude to Gary George and the Wildhorse Resort & Casino team for once again allowing PH…

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My 36-year-old son suffered sudden cardiac arrest due to unknown reasons on April 3, 2019. Due to the expert and speedy response by the Pendleton Fire Department Emergency Response Team and ad…

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Alexander Jensen of the Stanfield Police Department will graduate from the Oregon Public Safety Academy during a Friday, May 10 ceremony at 10 a.m. in Salem.

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In addition to scoring on the hardwood, the Pendleton High School girls’ basketball team chalked up recognition in the classroom.

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Hermiston Emblem Club #215 recently was visited by Gaille Schmidt, state Emblem Club president, Sandra Goodwin, state marshal, and Judy Coleman, state treasurer. All three of the women are fro…

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The Umatilla County Historical Society raised more than $350,000 for the exhibit “Umatilla Gold: The History of Wheat in Umatilla County.”

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Larry Glaze, director of operations and facilities for the InterMountain Education Service District, was recently recognized with a PACE Award as an “outstanding individual.”

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Lt. Col. David Doran, a member of the Oregon Army National Guard, is currently serving as a fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

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People are invited to turn a page or two at the Echo Public Library, as recent donations continue to bolster the collection. During the month of March, several people contributed books, includ…

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Participants in the 2019 ArtWORKz Junior Art Show & Competition at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute chose Sierra Breeding as the winner of the artist’s choice award.

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A total of $34,257 was distributed between two local cancer support organizations from the Pendleton Round-Up’s 2018 Tough Enough To Wear Pink campaign.