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The trio of state legislators on the video screen in the Blue Mountain Community College conference room left no doubt they are not in love with Oregon’s cap and trade proposal.

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A severed fiber optic line between Lexington and Echo disconnected thousands of internet customers on Monday, according to the CEO of a local internet provider.

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U.S. Rep. Greg Walden’s town hall meeting Monday morning in Boardman was his first public appearance in the area since being re-elected to Oregon’s Congressional District 2. By noon he was in …

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Eastern Oregon artisans helped bring in scholarship money for Blue Mountain Community College students Saturday at the second annual Imbibe @Blue fundraiser.

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Four finalists have made their pitches to be the next president of Blue Mountain Community College. Now they just have to sit tight and wait to see who gets the job.

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Snowfall for February in Pendleton has already risen to record highs. The accumulation is more than making up for the meager trace that dusted the town last month.

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A Pendleton officer had to go it alone early Thursday in catching a man on the run. Police Chief Stuart Roberts said officer Chase Addleman did his job well in catching Martin Carrillo Arizmendi.

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A stream of melted snow rushes over Kash Kash Road on Tuesday afternoon on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation south of Mission. Rain and snowmelt are expected to cause …

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Greg Walden announced he plans to hold a town hall meeting Monday in Boardman. The Republican from Hood River stated he is excited about continuing the series of p…

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Hermiston residents trying to get home from the Tri-Cities had a harrowing experience on Saturday after white-out conditions and a multi-vehicle pile-up stranded hundreds of drivers on Interstate 82.