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PORTLAND — Utilities will get a financial break from the Bonneville Power Administration this year after the nonprofit federal power marketer announced it will suspend its financial reserves s…

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WASHINGTON — The stimulus program that has both infuriated and sustained small-business owners since its launch in April was set to close Tuesday with more than $130 billion left unused, promp…

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SALEM — Oregon OSHA announced it has launched a free educational video to help employers and workers understand the requirements of a temporary rule that strengthens protections against the sp…

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VANCOUVER, Wash. — United Grain Corporation reopened its Vancouver export terminal Wednesday, July 1, which was closed late last week by the company after two workers tested positive for COVID-19.

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PENSACOLA, Florida — Three students from Umatilla County were named to the dean's list by Pensacola Christian College, for academic achievement during the 2020 spring semester.

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HERMISTON — Long lines often snake around the outside of BottleDrop Redemption Center these days, but employees of the Hermiston company say it likely has more to do with restrictions on submi…

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Lifeways is holding an open house and tours for its new Aspen Springs Psychiatric Hospital, located at 1212 W. Linda Avenue.

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PENDLETON — Couple Jaylene Garton and Tye Stewart had long wanted to own their own bar, but it was a dream that was expected 10 years down the line.

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WASHINGTON — Fallout from the coronavirus pandemic will shrink the size of the U.S. economy by roughly $8 trillion over the next decade, according to new projections released by the Congressio…

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HERMISTON — One woman’s retirement dream turned into a nightmare this month when she lost her life savings and her home to wire fraud.

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PENDLETON — After being closed since March 20 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Salvation Army’s reopened its Pendleton thrift story Tuesday.

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WASHINGTON — An experimental vaccine against the coronavirus showed encouraging results in very early testing, triggering hoped-for immune responses in eight healthy, middle-aged volunteers, i…

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PENDLETON — The Pendleton Downtown Association and Pendleton Chamber of Commerce are combining to help local businesses with the creation of the Community Recovery Grant.

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LA GRANDE — Northwood Investments, parent company to La Grande-based recreational vehicle manufacturers Northwood Manufacturing and Outdoors RV, announced on May 12 the plants will resume prod…

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LA GRANDE — The parent company of Bealls and other department stores filed Sunday for bankruptcy protection, unable to climb out of a financial hole the COVID-19 pandemic made even deeper.

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UMATILLA COUNTY — Umatilla County crossed a new threshold in the coronavirus epidemic Friday when the public health department announced the county’s first death from COVID-19 Friday.

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Another 28,500 Oregonians filed new unemployment claims last week, bringing the total number of jobs lost during the first six weeks of the coronavirus outbreak above 360,000, according to new…

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An executive order from President Donald Trump that classifies meat processing plants as critical infrastructure brought more questions than answers for Tyson Fresh Meats in Wallula.

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NEWPORT — For years, Mo’s Original Seafood and Chowder has helped schools and nonprofit organizations raise money by selling its clam chowder base as a fundraiser. Now, Mo’s is selling the bas…

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — A tale of lies, fraud and betrayal is unfolding in a lawsuit against Lippert Components Inc., the giant RV industry supplier that employs thousands in Indiana.

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The number of people flying in and out of the Walla Walla Regional Airport has dropped drastically, Manager Jennifer Skoglund reported during Thursday's Port of Walla Walla Commission meeting.

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OLYMPIA, Wash. — Thousands of constructions workers could soon be back on sites across the state to finish existing projects after Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday announced a plan that al…