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BAKER COUNTY — While providing mutual aid during the search for a missing hunter, local agencies saved the hunter’s brother from a single-vehicle car crash into freezing water.

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PENDLETON — The Umatilla National Forest announced five open houses for community members to share information about their interests on the forest and to engage with local forest leadership an…

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PENDLETON — The Eighth Street Bridge will be closed to through vehicle traffic from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, according to a press release from the Pendleton Public Works Department.

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PENDLETON — The invitations come on high-quality paper, sealed in gold. But that doesn’t convince biology teacher Shelle Bixler that National Society of High School Scholars is the real deal.

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WALLA WALLA, Wash. — The trial for a former Walla Walla businessman, who operated a chain of car dealerships in Eastern Washington, Idaho and Oregon, has been moved.

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MILTON-FREEWATER — Milton-Freewater police used a stun gun to stop a man from fleeing. The suspect, Jesse Patrick Jackson, 32, now faces multiple charges.

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THE DALLES — Two prominent Pacific Northwest tribes said Monday the U.S. government needs to remove three major hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River to save migrating salmon and starving o…

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JOSEPH – The life of a farmer isn’t easy and when you add organics into the mix, it becomes even more difficult.

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MORROW COUNTY — Harmful algae blooms and toxins have been found in the Willow Creek Reservoir, according to a recreational advisory issued Friday by the Oregon Health Authority.

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UMATILLA COUNTY — Oregon passed a law earlier this year that would abolish the clock changes, but Oregonians will still be in the business of “falling back” one hour to standard time or “winte…

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PILOT ROCK — The Pilot Rock City Council plans to consider a request to develop a recreational vehicle park.

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LEXINGTON — Marcia Kemp is resigning from her position as mayor of Lexington, less than two weeks before an Oct. 22 recall election against her.

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The Hermiston Police Department has purchased 17 new automated external defibrillators (AEDs) with the help of a $10,000 grant from the Wildhorse Foundation.

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HERMISTON — Short sections of Northeast Fifth and Sixth streets just north of Highland Avenue are closed this week for paving projects.

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As executive director Dave Hughes, 73, prepares for his departure from Agape House, change is in the air. But the key question keeping the non-profit alive remains the same, and perhaps Dave p…