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PENDLETON — Oregon Care Partners is hosting a free workshop on Monday, July 8, at Pendleton’s Wildhorse Resort and Casino titled “Sexuality and Capacity to Consent in the Non-Dementia Adult Po…

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ATHENA — Oregon’s U.S. Rep. Greg Walden announced he would hold town halls in 13 counties, including Sunday at the Athena Elementary School, Athena. The local town hall starts at noon in the c…

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MILTON-FREEWATER — Milton-Freewater Police Chief Doug Boedigheimer identified the victim of the fatal stabbing that occurred Friday as Christian Rodriguez Calvillo, 22, of Milton-Freewater.

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PENDLETON — Dashing dachshunds took to the street Friday as the annual Wiener Dog Race revved up with excitement.

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HERMISTON — Those hundreds of plastic grocery bags stuffed under your kitchen sink are about to become a rare commodity in Oregon.

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PENDLETON — Like every other stage of the Pendleton Round-Up’s expansion, the association’s approach to its latest development has been careful and methodical.

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HERMISTON — The Umatilla County Fire District 1 will set fire to the Hermiston Butte Saturday in preparation for July 4. The burning may be rescheduled if it becomes too windy on Saturday.

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MILTON-FREEWATER — Rob Clark spent nearly his entire educational career in Washington, and the six years he didn’t, he was stationed just a few miles away from the Evergreen State’s southern border.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. House Energy and Commerce Chairman Frank Pallone, Jr., D-New Jersey, and Republican leader Greg Walden, R-Oregon, teamed up to stop robocalls.

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BAKER CITY — Baker County’s three-member board of commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday morning to terminate the county’s contract with Greg Smith & Company LLC for economic developmen…

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STANFIELD — The Stanfield city council was presented with options for raising water rates on Tuesday, but decided to delay their decision until after a new city manager is hired.

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HERMISTON — The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office is investigating what led to the deaths of two people Saturday while boating on the Columbia River.

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LA GRANDE — Peter Eke, an Eastern Oregon University senior from Nigeria, did not travel light when he returned to his homeland last summer.

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PENDLETON — The Pendleton office of the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division announced it will change the hours of operations July 1.

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PASCO — The eastern Washington chapter of the Mutual UFO Network invites the public to attend a presentation Saturday in the Tri-Cicites.

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JOSEPH — The Environmental Protection Agency has begun removing potentially contaminated barrels from Wallowa Lake. Despite initial fears, the barrels seem to have been full of lake water, tho…

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HEPPNER — A house destroyed by fire more than two months ago remains gutted but still standing at 485 Linden Way, and the owner has yet to clean the remains.