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Greyson's Designs wins big

GRANDVIEW High School DECA students Elaina Gonzalez earned Gold certification for Grandview DECA's Greyson's Designs, a School-based Enterprise (SBE) during a recent competition. Greyson's Designs is the school store where students can purchase school logo gear. It is operated and managed by high s

DAILYSUNNEWS.COM - 2018-02-20 16:49:51

Police at Sunnyside High School in response to online threat

SUNNYSIDE, Wash. - Police are at Sunnyside High School Tuesday morning in response to a threat of violence that was posted on social media. Police Sgt. Oliver Hernandez said the department received word about the threat from parents, and sent officers to the school to ensure that there are no proble

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2018-02-20 14:54:00

Buck naked burglar is jailed

HERMISTON, Oregon - Umatilla County Undersheriff Jim Littlefield says Federico Hernandez-Hernandez, 33, was arrested in the basement of a home on Nelson Lane Sunday. The homeowner heard noises in the basement and called 911. Deputies Travis Stark and Calvin Meade responded to the call, and Hermiston

MYCOLUMBIABASIN.COM - 2018-02-20 04:45:28

Cold will stay for awhile

PENDLETON, Oregon - National Weather Service Lead Meteorologist Joe Solomon says winter isn't done with us yet. "We're going to stay in this similar pattern, which is cold-weather systems coming down out of Western Canada, probably for the next one to two weeks," he said. "That means we're going to

MYCOLUMBIABASIN.COM - 2018-02-20 04:30:59

Wintry blast could hurt plants

PENDLETON, Oregon - Oregon State Extension Service Regional Administrator Mary Corp says we will have to wait to see whether the sudden drop in temperatures has damaged the winter wheat crop. She said it helps if the wheat is insulated with snow, but the high winds are a bad thing. "When the wind bl

MYCOLUMBIABASIN.COM - 2018-02-20 04:15:34

Hidden dangers and a new life saving app coming soon

PASCO, Wa - This morning on Good Morning Northwest, I'll be with Ben Shearer of the Pasco Fire Department talking about various topics that directly impact you. Carbon Monoxide PoisoningAs the winter continues and people find ways to keep warm, there is one hidden danger that everyone should be conc

YAKTRINEWS.COM - 2018-02-20 12:16:57

Letter: EOTEC problems not addressed by any board

I am concerned about the conduct of the city of Hermiston, Umatilla County and the EOTEC board. Most alarming is the conflict of interest among their roles in their official capacity and their affiliation with the infamous EOTEC facility. The county commissioners now realize that the EOTEC facility

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 16:39:21

Offroad events throttled back as overlap with Pendleton Bike Week wanes

This year's Pendleton Bike Week will come with a little less rumble. Ron Dillon, the Boise-based organizer and promoter of the Thunder in the Blues short-track motorcycle race, said the race won't return to the Round-Up Grounds in 2018. Additionally, Nitro in the Blues, a motorcycle hill climb in R

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 20:17:07

The Trump administration wants to raise your electric rates. Lawmakers from both parties say 'no'

The Trump administration wants higher power rates for Tri-Citians and others who rely on electricity from the Northwest's largest power supplier. Just weeks after the Bonneville Power Administration released a plan to keep cost increases at or below the rate of inflation, the White House released it

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2018-02-20 03:37:00

After first burglary sentencing, Morrow County co-defendants change plea

Daniel Arce After being found guilty by a Morrow County jury and handed a prison sentence of almost 13 years, Daniel Faustino Arce asked to speak to his two co-defendants. District Attorney Justin Nelson said when they were done talking, Desirea Devin of Heppner and Vera Rose Smith of Warm Springs

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 18:47:33

She was starting a new career when a friend cut her life short

A week after she was killed, a Prosser woman's co-workers gathered to remember her outside a Kennewick clothing store. The small group stood Sunday in the dark parking lot of Rue 21 and released colorful balloons with messages written to Amanda Hill, who they nicknamed "Snickers." "She had the most

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2018-02-20 02:47:00

Imbibe@Blue brings in $3,200 for BMCC scholarships

Photo contributed by Blue Mountain Community CollegeBlue Mountain Community College raised about $3,200 from donations and ticket sales at its inaugural Imbibe at Blue event Saturday in Pendleton. All proceeds will benefit student scholarships through the BMCC Foundation. PENDLETON - Blue Mountain C

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 18:30:54

Hermiston resident flown to Portland hospital after motorcycle crash

A motorcycle crash Sunday seriously injured a Hermiston resident. Daisy Burton, 50, was taken to Good Shepherd Medical Center and then transferred via air ambulance to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland after Hermiston Police Department and Umatilla County Fire District 1 responded at approxi

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 18:20:22

Basic Rights Oregon offers free workshop

PENDLETON - A training sponsored by Basic Rights Oregon will provide a deeper understanding of transgender identities. The state's largest LGBTQ advocacy group, Basic Rights Oregon stresses the importance for friends, family and community leaders to become effective allies - especially as the politi

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 17:49:40

Digging out from weekend windy weather deposits

Construction worker Todd Allen wrestles an armful of tumbleweeds Monday morning after discovering the work space for a retaining wall on Morency Drive in south Richland had been filled in during the weekend. Gusty winds from a passing winter storm front blew dust and scattered the noxious weeds acr

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2018-02-20 00:50:00

How 2 new Queensgate roundabouts will impact nearby businesses

RICHLAND, WA - Richland recently came up with a plan to improve traffic jams near Queensgate and I-82, and it starts sometime next month. This may be a fix for traffic, but the owner of Queensgate Gardens, Brian Keele, says it's not really a fix for him. "It will cause people to have to go around an

NBCRIGHTNOW.COM - 2018-02-20 03:44:00

Man apparently tries to steal security camera inside shed full of donations

PASCO, Wash. - Police are trying to identify a man who can be clearly seen in photos as he appears to have made an attempt in stealing a security camera. Pasco police reports said the man in the pictures pulled at the surveillance system inside a storage shed full of donated items at the 3400 block

KEPR - 2018-02-19 16:48:53

Semi, pickup wreck on Highway 395 blocks traffic in Hermiston

East Oregonian Traffic on Highway 395 at the south end of Hermiston was backed up on Monday afternoon after a collision between a semi and a pickup truck blocked both southbound lanes of traffic near the water tower. At 3 p.m., the number of people involved and the nature of their injuries have yet

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 15:00:47

Police believe more people, guns involved in Pasco drive-by

Three men are in jail and more people may be involved in Friday's drive-by shooting at Flamingo Mobile Home Village. People called police at 10 a.m. to report a man in a green Ford opened fire on a parked car on Homestead Drive, Pasco police said. Three or four people were inside of the Ford at the

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2018-02-20 00:23:00

Saturday wind storm knocks out Hermiston's power

Most of Hermiston was without power for nearly three hours on Saturday after a wind storm blew a tree into a transmission line. According to updates posted by Umatilla Electric Cooperative, about 12,600 customers served by eight different substations lost power before 3:30 p.m. Juniper Canyon subst

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-19 15:15:03