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HUNTINGTON — A retail void dating back nearly a decade along a remote section of Interstate 84 soon could be filled.

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PENDLETON — COVID-19 turned Sept. 18 in Pendleton into just another Friday rather than the Friday of Round-Up week.

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UKIAH — The Birch Creek Fire has been declared 100% contained and was held to 32 acres on the North Fork John Day Ranger District in the Umatilla National Forest, officials with the U.S. Fores…

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Fourteen people applied for the Baker City manager job, and a selection committee comprising three city councilors who met Thursday night pared the list of candidates to five.

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BAKER CITY — A Baker City family whose dog was stolen from their yard on July 19 ended their 43-day search for their pet when they found his remains on Sept. 2 over an embankment on Old Highwa…

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Surgeon Bradley Adams poses with the new robotic arm at St. Anthony Hospital, Pendleton. Adams, who uses the robot during joint replacement surgeries, said the technology allows precise adjust…

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A hawk feather, standing in for an eagle feather, hangs from an assembled tripod at the Indian Village in Pendleton on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020. The tripods, consisting of only the inner structu…

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Dr. Ron Pond, right, speaks to members of the Happy Canyon and Round-Up boards of directors at the Indian Village in Pendleton on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020, during a brief ceremony in honor of th…

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Phyllis Bearchum, left, ties a red flag, symbolic of the fight against COVID-19, to a tripod pole as her husband Curtis Bearchum holds the tied tripod steady at the Indian Village on Sunday, S…

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Curtis Bearchum removes teepee poles from his truck while assembling a tripod at the Indian Village in Pendleton on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020.

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A group of Happy Canyon and Round-Up directors help to assemble a tripod at the Indian Village in Pendleton on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020.

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Oregon State Police is requesting the public's assistance in locating the subject that shot a mule deer buck, inside of Dayville city limits, and left it to waste, according to a press release.

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Visitors to the community as well as people who live in Baker City should be on the alert to keep their personal belongings safe and secure, Police Chief Ray Duman advises.

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HERMISTON — The city of Hermiston made significant progress toward a planned project in its South Hermiston Industrial Park after the federal Economic Development Administration announced a ne…

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UMATILLA — A rapidly spreading grass fire in Umatilla threatened residential areas, forced evacuations and knocked out power for hours, but was contained before it could inflict significant da…

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UMATILLA COUNTY — The timing of when Umatilla County will be permitted to move back to Phase 2 of reopening is up in the air after the state denied its appeal last week.

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ENTERPRISE — For hunters, firefighters and farmers, the Oregon Department of Agriculture fall weather forecast, September through November, could hardly be better — colder than normal and wett…

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WOODHEAD PARK — Three members of a Caldwell, Idaho, family were hurt when their boat hit rocks and ran ashore Wednesday morning, Sept. 2, on Brownlee Reservoir.

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BAKER CITY — A baker's dozen of candidates will vie for six seats on the Baker City Council in the Nov. 3 election.

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BEND — In July 1945, Leon Devereaux was a Navy ensign flying a 4JU Corsair fighter, shooting down a Mitsubishi “Betty” bomber off the coast of Japan.

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KENNEWICK, Wash. — The navigation lock at the Lower Monumental Dam on the Snake River will be closed during daylight hours for emergency repairs to a floating guidewall, but wheat industry rep…

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ATHENA — Just more than 50 years after he would have graduated from high school, Reed McCracken stood in front of Weston-McEwen High School in Athena on Tuesday, Aug. 25, and received his dipl…

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BAKER CITY — The Indian Creek Fire scorched grass that would have fattened the Charolais cattle that Jeff Romans’ family owns, but Romans was still thankful about one aspect of the blaze.

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NEW PLYMOUTH, Idaho — Despite “record attendance” during each night of this year’s Payette County Rodeo, so far no clusters of new positive COVID-19 cases have been tied to that or its counter…

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JUNTURA — A wildfire in Malheur County between Vale and Juntura grew rapidly after being reported Sunday afternoon, reaching 8,000 acres by Monday morning.

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BAKER CITY — For more than a century the Baker County Fair and the youth-raised livestock that go along with it have been a part of the county’s culture.

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