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The tiny Eastern Oregon town of Echo — with all of 700 residents — boasts a full measure of resident wineries with the 2012 establishment of Echo Ridge Cellars at the southwestern edge of town.

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PENDLETON — The massive Boardman to Hemingway Transmission Line has cost around $100 million without the installation of a single utility pole.

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UMATILLA COUNTY — In the year 2006, the world was mourning the death of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, arguing about Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” and buying their first Blu-ray discs.

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HERMISTON — What began as a tense standoff between a suicidal man and the Hermiston police ended peacefully after officers were called to the 500 block of West Standard Avenue on Friday mornin…

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HERMISTON — Following an investigation, police have issued one citation following a two-vehicle crash that happened on Highway 395 near Walmart on Monday morning. 

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UMATILLA — Umatilla Rural Fire Protection District responded to a structure fire after 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

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PENDLETON — Tyler Allen Christian of Heppner returned to jail Wednesday after violating conditions of his release pending charges of child pornography.

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Hermiston City Manager Byron Smith gets ready to launch a watermelon seed during a seed spitting competition at Saturday’s Melon Fest in Hermiston.

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SALEM — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, who continues to raise money for her campaign fund even though she can’t run for re-election, is now tapping donors from the business community.

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BEND — A Bend real estate investor bid $13.25 million to buy out of bankruptcy The Bulletin‘s headquarters — property near Oregon State University-Cascades that includes 2.5 acres of vacant la…

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PENDLETON — When one thinks of the great American West and cowboy culture, their mind is not initially drawn to the French. However, Pendleton saddlemaker Pedro Pedrini breaks that stereotype.

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MILTON-FREEWATER — Milton-Freewater’s Humbert Asphalt Inc. was fined $4,400 in July by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality for violating its Air Contaminant Discharge Permit at its …

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PENDLETON — Gov. Kate Brown’s office confirmed this week that she will not be coming to the Pendleton Round-Up this year due to scheduling conflicts.

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U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., addressed the state of the hemp industry as part of a panel discussion Aug. 19 at the Western U.S. Hemp Growers Conference & Expo in Portland, along with Court…

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WALLA WALLA — A trial date of Oct. 3 has been set for a woman arrested after a high-speed chase that ended with her being shot by police earlier this month.

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NEWPORT, Ore. — People in blazers and strapped-on booties waded through the dark intake tunnel of a dam, flashlights in hand, stirring rust-colored silt into the water. Spiders and large black…

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SALEM — Oregon wildlife lovers may soon be able to show their support for woodland creatures with a special-purpose license plate featuring an icon of the American West, the mule deer. The pla…

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UMATILLA — Italian style paninis and garlic kale dip might not be the first items someone imagines chowing down on in a school cafeteria. But a culinary workshop hosted by Umatilla High School…

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HERMISTON — A banner advertising a “Store Closing” sale at Bealls had Hermiston residents worried they were losing one of their few clothing stores, but the change is more of a re-brand than a…

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UMATILLA COUNTY — From clothing to electronics, families with K-12 students are planning to spend a record average of $696.70 this year on back to school shopping according a survey recently c…

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PENDLETON — For the second consecutive year, the Pendleton School District will welcome a significant number of new teachers to its classrooms for the first day of school on Tuesday.

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PORTLAND — The Animal Legal Defense Fund filed a lawsuit Monday asking a Portland judge to order the Tillamook County Creamery Association to stop advertising that its Tillamook-brand cheese, …