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This is the story of Murtaja Qureiris, an 18-year-old who was facing the death penalty in Saudi Arabia. Two weeks after his story was shared... [Read More]
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Putnam County Court Judge James Reitz had just finished a case on the bench when he asked a court officer for help. He later died... [Read More]
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Hermiston's first city manager, Tom Harper, died Tuesday at the age of 96. He was one of the final living members of a generation of... [Read More]
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Most of human history has been marked by war. Between 1500 and 1945, scarcely a year went by without some great power fighting another great... [Read More]
I have known Greg Smith for 25 years. [Read More]
Angela Minthorn in 2017 spent 55 days in jail for owing little more than $1,000 to the Pendleton Municipal Court. [Read More]
A recent article promoted the use of children to interpret for their parents during medical appointments, at government offices, and at school. In my dual... [Read More]
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Name: Hillside Milkvetch... [Read More]
A group of miners working in the Spirit Lake region of Washington's Cascade Mountains in July of 1924 told a story of giant seven-foot hairy... [Read More]
For children in Umatilla County who aren't sure where their next meal will come from, free lunch programs can help fill in the gap. [Read More]
100 Years Ago... [Read More]
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According to the American Sportfishing Association, there are about 60 million anglers in the United States. Of those, about 75%, or 46 million, fish in... [Read More]
Sentences... [Read More]
Tags: Courts - June 15 - 2019
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Jazlyn Romero and Hunter Nichols could not be more different. Nichols is a distance runner, whereas a trip down the javelin runway is far enough... [Read More]
Good Shepherd Medical Center, Hermiston... [Read More]
Tags: Births - June 15 - 2019
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Jose Alonso Armenta... [Read More]
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The Oregon Institute of Technology steel bridge team, led by construction captain Grant Banister of Pendleton, placed 19th at the 2019 American Institute of Steel... [Read More]
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Pacing along the far wall of Room 305 at Geiser Grand Hotel, Carol Greene's eyes darted around while she pulled back the window's curtain and... [Read More]
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InterMountain Education Service District recently received several grants for its Oral Health Program. [Read More]
American Red Cross community blood drives in Hermiston have experienced a recent dip in donations. [Read More]
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