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BOARDMAN — Dr. James Burgess of Country Animal Hospital in Hermiston is teaming up with the city of Boardman to help pet owners in keeping their cats and dogs current on vaccinations.

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WASHINGTON — After a week of threats, President Donald Trump declared Friday that “there is a good chance” the U.S. will strike a deal with Mexico to avert the tariffs he’s scheduled to take e…

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BOARDMAN — Morrow County employers are invited to participate in a free workshop that helps in connecting talented young professionals to local businesses.

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HERMISTON — The taste buds have all been tallied — Trina’s Mexican Food was deemed the winner of the inaugural Tastiest Taco contest.

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HEPPNER — The annual luncheon hosted by the Willow Creek Valley Economic Development Group will provide an update on programs. In addition, guest speakers will include representatives from Por…

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HEPPNER — BEO Bancorp and its subsidiary, Bank of Eastern Oregon, announced the opening of a Hermiston loan production office at 1475 N. First St.

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PENDLETON — A portion of sales at The Yogurt Shoppe will be donated to Altrusa International of Pendleton’s Feed the Child program.

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PENDLETON — Chris Rush, the East Oregonian regional publisher and revenue director, will address the upcoming meeting of the Round Up Republican Women.

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HEPPNER — To learn about what’s happening at the SAGE Center, be sure to head to the upcoming Heppner Chamber of Commerce meeting.

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PORTLAND — Awards honoring outstanding nurses from Oregon and southwest Washington for their care and compassion will be presented in nearly 20 categories.

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PENDLETON — Pacific Power cautions Pendleton-area businesses to be aware of possible scam calls.

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HEPPNER — A discount is available for those who purchase advance tickets for the Heppner Chamber of Commerce’s annual Town & Country Community Awards banquet.

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The East Oregonian and its weekly affiliate the Hermiston Herald will soon introduce a brand new section focusing on America’s most popular pastime, screen viewing.

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HEPPNER — The Heppner Chamber of Commerce’s annual luncheon will include the election of new officers as well as reviewing recent accomplishments.

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Anyone who pulls into the 395 Quick Stop can travel the nation in a matter of seconds, running their eyes over a rainbow of license plates from every state covering the wall of the shop — but …

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Hermiston Herald and East Oregonian reporter Jade McDowell will step into a new role this week — as the news editor of the Herald.

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HERMISTON — The 49th annual Distinguished Citizens Awards Banquet has been changed to Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Hermiston Community Center.

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HERMISTON — The public is invited to join BBSI for food, drinks and a side of business during an upcoming networking event in Hermiston.