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Mr. Aney, in your recent column ("Making a place for predators, Thursday," Nov. 4) you conveniently fail to mention that with the introduction of wolves, Idaho was to maintain 100 wolves or 10…

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Oregon House Republican Leader Christine Drazan announced recently she plans to run for governor. And she will join a growing list of potential candidates for the state’s job, but whoever is e…

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A while back in 2006, the International Astronomical Union reclassified Pluto as a dwarf planet. However, reclassifying Pluto as a dwarf planet has caused disagreements on whether it’s a dwarf…

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My neighbor was finishing her walk as I was picking up some windblown items in our yard, and we paused to talk for a bit about our neighbor we now miss, who didn’t quite make it to her 90th bi…

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Blaine Harden’s book “Murder at the Mission: A Frontier Killing, Its Legacy of Lies, and the Taking of the American West” is dedicated to “The Tribes of the Columbia Plateau,” but it tells a s…

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It is never an easy task to say goodbye to some of the region’s best, but we want to wish the members of Hermiston’s Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 116th Cavalry (Armor) the best as they depart…

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November includes both Veterans Day and the Marine Corp birthday, a busy month for the veteran community. Typically there are ceremonies, parades and plenty of mattress sales. This year, in ad…

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Important people can get lost inside the twisting channels of history and that is why the recent unveiling of a mural on Southwest Dorion Avenue celebrating Black cowboy and Pendleton Round-Up…

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If you have been to the nation’s capital, you probably visited Arlington Cemetery to watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. That soldier was buried 100 years ago, …

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Thirty-one years ago, Caty and I honeymooned in Mexico. We lived in the high country of central Idaho, 6 miles from town on a hill overlooking the Gold Fork of the Payette River. It was Januar…

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Pendleton and the great state of Oregon is losing an American hero, Mr. Herb Bork ("Pendleton World War II vet leaves home after more than 50 years," Nov. 9 edition of the East Oregonian). Dur…

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Veterans Day rolls around every year and for a 24-hour period — or even less for some — we collectively push our thoughts to those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces.