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LINCOLN, Neb. — Team roper Jett Stewart of Heppner, along with partner Brayden Schmidt of Benton City, Washington, finished 28th at the 73rd National High School Finals Rodeo July 18-24 at the…

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Kate Page has improved her placing every year she has competed in the STIHL Timbersports Series, and this year she finished sixth among the 12 women during the July 23-25 event.

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PENDLETON — The Pepsi Diamondjaxx finished third at their own End of Summer Tourney on Saturday, July 24, beating La Grande 8-7 in their final game.

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PENDLETON — Wildhorse Golf Course will host the Oregon Senior Open Invitational for the 19th consecutive year from Tuesday through Thursday, July 27-29.

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If you’re a fly-fisherman, think back on your first trout on the fly. Can you remember it? Turns out I cannot, but I do recall my teenage years spent trying to crack the code on mountain brook…

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HERMISTON — Hermiston had seven wrestlers earn Mid-Columbia Conference honors, led by sophomore Aiden Favorite (113 pounds), who was named the Lower Weight Wrestler of the Year by the conferen…

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One of our springtime traditions is to hunt sage rats (a.k.a. Belding’s ground squirrels) in the alfalfa and orchard grass fields near places like Enterprise, Summer Lake, Bonanza and Crane.

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HERMISTON — The Hermiston High School boys basketball team has gone through its share of coaches as of late. The hiring of Romaine Smith makes him the third coach in four years, but the longti…

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SPOKANE — Hodgen Distributing and the Pepsi Diamondjaxx had a tough go of things July 2-3 at the Wood Bat Classic that played games in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

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PENDLETON — There was hardly a night where Pendleton girls basketball coach Kevin Porter had the same lineup in his scorebook as he did the game before.