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Pendleton residents can’t help but notice the heavy equipment and workers busy tackling the long-overdue repair work to our crumbling city streets and the leaking water/sewer lines that have a…

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In the past, for safety reasons, the government has passed laws to protect people. Protests were made, but now these laws have become a part of every day life. Wearing seat belts, motorcycle h…

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The COVID-19 virus outbreak put unexpected pressure on an array of state and federal agencies and in at least one case, the compression created leaks that sprouted into wide fissures.

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Cattle ranchers in Oregon’s wolf country face a dilemma when a calf or cow turns up dead: Report it to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife and time the response with a calendar, or ignor…

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There she was, her fine gauge knitting needles working a small square that would join others in a knit patchwork blanket for one of her five grandchildren. Maybe you’ve seen her in the past at…

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Umatilla County commissioners are demonstrating a real lack of understanding and knowledge in regard to the serious issues currently facing our country. The comments from the commissioners in …

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Wow, whether by serendipity or by intent, two articles printed exactly opposite each other, face to face, in the June 13-14 East Oregonian, on pages 
A4 and A5, by Stuart Dick and Ryan M. Lync…

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In response to Bill Aney’s June 4 column, "This land is our land: Hard truths for hunters about lead," Oregon’s hunters and conservationists know the truth isn’t hard. Traditional ammunition u…