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A tip of the hat to all the people who continue to step up and help their community in this time of need. While much of the news we are reporting seems grim, we have also had a steady stream o…

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I just read an excellent article titled “Staying sane at home during COVID-19” in the East Oregonian and it got me thinking of all you kids out there that are bummed because school is canceled…

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It is urgent and imperative to provide for Oregon students’ educational needs while protecting their health and that of their teachers and communities. Let’s use a 21st century tool to avoid a…

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Old habits die hard … or when faced with a global pandemic. In recent years, the idea that humans won’t change their behavior spurred a whole field of economics developed to “nudge” people to …

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A little more than a year ago, winter returned to Pendleton with a vengeance late in the season. Snow piled up with surprising amounts of the white stuff. Some days it was light and dry, easy …

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A tip of the hat this week to frontline workers who are putting themselves at risk by showing up to work every day to help the rest of us get food, medical care and other essentials.

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On page A2 edition of the March 11, 2020, edition of the East Oregonian, we saw the headline "Eastern Oregon hospital leader peddles virus misinformation." The writer is Emily Cureton of Orego…

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It’s time. No, it’s past time to end the Pendleton Development Commission program. The emphasis to restore a brick-and-mortar retail environment to Main Street in a rapidly expanding era of in…

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In response to Bill Aney's recent column, Idaho bear and cat numbers are kept in balance by sportsmen. Goals are set by the Fish & Game department, maintaining balanced populations of both…

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The new coronavirus, responsible for COVID-19, has arrived in Eastern Oregon. It’s scary — there are many unknowns still and fear is prompting some of us to do things we might otherwise not.

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At the recent Umatilla Tribal General Council meeting in January, Sandy Sampson, tribal treasurer, gave her quarterly treasurer's report. The report included the nonconfidential financial situ…

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown’s warning Thursday that Oregon should be prepared for thousands of coronavirus cases put an exclamation point on the challenge facing the state’s health care system.

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SALEM — Turning to a “last resort” she hoped to avoid, Gov. Kate Brown Thursday night ordered all Oregon schools closed for at least two weeks to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus,…

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For those of us keeping up with current events, there has been a whirlwind of dramatic developments over the last few days as governments at every level, national sports leagues, state and loc…