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PENDLETON — The Betty Feves Memorial Gallery at Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton recently received a $2,000 grant from the Pendleton High School CommuniCare Club to support arts ed…

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HERMISTON — The Communicare/College Savings Club of Hermiston High School awarded a $3,000 grant to Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), a program with Umatilla-Morrow County Head Start th…

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HERMISTON — Hermiston High School and Sandstone Middle School student councils were recognized by the Oregon Association of Student Councils (OASC) as high-achieving student councils. Under no…

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HERMISTON — Altrusa International of Hermiston formally kicked off a new year on June 4, 2020, at McKenzie Park with a new president, Stephanie Hughes. Her motto for the year is “Refresh, Rest…

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HERMISTON — Every year the Hermiston School District partners with the Hermiston Masonic Lodge for the Bikes for Books Program. The Masons donated a total of 25 bicycles, five bikes to each el…

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HERMISTON — Robert Lee Davis of Hermiston was sworn in Thursday, June 4, as the new post commander for Hermiston’s VFW Desert Post 4750.

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A couple of weeks ago we had our water line between the water meter and our house rust through. We had to replace the water line. We called the city. They sent some one out right away. Very ni…

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Two Echo School District students recently won at the Oregon History Day competition. McKenzie Rose won first place in the Junior Division (6th-8th grades) exhibit category for her display ent…

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PENDLETON — National Volunteer Week is recognized each year the third week of April, and the city of Pendleton did not want to miss the opportunity to celebrate its volunteers despite a pandem…

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The Pendleton Basketball Club wishes to express its thanks for a 2020 Wildhorse Foundation Grant allowing the club to provide new equipment and new uniforms for the AAU basketball program.

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Ellie Corey and Morgan Currin understand just how hard the nurses at St. Anthony Hospital have been working to protect the Pendleton area’s residents from the coronavirus and care for those wh…

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Lillie Holman, a seventh-grader in Elizabeth King‘s social studies class at Pilot Rock School District, has been awarded second place for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriots Pen Patriotic Es…

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HERMISTON — The sixth annual Diaper Dash was deemed a success. Developed as a ministry by the Hermiston Church of the Nazarene to help people meet basic needs, organizers requested a package o…

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HEPPNER — Donning festive green attire, Raymond and Norma French were still able to serve as grand marshals of the St. Patrick’s parade in Heppner — just a smaller, indoor version.

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WALLA WALLA, Wash. — Kaitlynne Jensen, a 2019 McLoughlin High School graduate, was part of an effort to expand civil rights education in local schools through Whitman Teaches the Movement.

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SALEM — A trio of local arts-related nonprofit organizations were among the recipients to receive operating support grants from the Oregon Arts Commission.

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LA GRANDE — First-year honor students at Eastern Oregon University recently nominated 21 educators from from across Oregon, Idaho and Washington to receive recognition as Inspirational High Sc…

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UMATILLA COUNTY — Pendleton Bird Club member Jack Simons shared information about a couple birds that Mike and Barbara Morehead of Pilot Rock recently snapped photos of in the region.

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SALEM — Hector Hernandez of Umatilla Police Department and Joanna Lomas of the Boardman Police Department recently completed a course with the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and …

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HERMISTON — Several community partners teamed up with the Department of Human Services-Child Welfare program to offer indoor activities for area foster kids and their families.

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HERMISTON — Brothers Seilala Jr. and Siu Sepeni of Hermiston recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout, scouting’s highest honor.

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PENDLETON — The Umatilla County Cultural Coalition recently provided a grant to the Oregon East Symphony. The $1,500 will be used for the OES Youth Orchestra’s Simple Symphony concert.

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PENDLETON — The community continues to reach out to help area flood victims, including providing firewood for residents of Riverview Mobile Home Estates.

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HERMISTON — A local branch manager of Cleary Building Corp. was recently recognized for outstanding sales performance in 2019.

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HERMISTON — A Quilts of Valor presentation was featured during the inaugural Hearts for Veterans event held Feb. 15 at VFW Hall of Desert Post #4750 in Hermiston.

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