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Dialed In: Local doctor receiving award from the Department of Defense

RICHLAND, WA - Dr. Lewis Zirkle, Jr. started SIGN Fracture Care International almost 20 years ago. It's an incredible non-profit organization based in eastern Washington with a worldwide reach. He'll be recognized for that work by the Department of Defense. Dr. Zirkle is set to receive an extreme ho

NBCRIGHTNOW.COM - 2018-02-22 00:55:00

Cosplay and controversies dominate at RadCon

Despite the controversies surrounding the event this year, thousands of fans flocked to the Red Lion Hotel in Pasco, Washington, for the 26th annual RadCon. RadCon, which describes itself as "The big con with the small con feel," is a yearly sci-fi and fantasy convention, taking place every Presiden

EASTERNERONLINE.COM - 2018-02-21 08:00:00

Voters giving nod to levies

Yes votes well above 50 percent at all school districts By Ted Escobar YAKIMA All of the school districts that asked their patrons for new maintenance and operations levies were enjoying favorable votes after the first special election ballot count last night. Results will not be official until Feb.

DAILYSUNNEWS.COM - 2018-02-21 19:24:27

200 vendors prepare for weekend Home and Garden Show

PASCO, Wash -- Thousands of people are expected at the Trac in Pasco this weekend for the annual Home and Garden Show. Two hundred vendors will be on hand showing off everything you can imagine for your indoor and outdoor living space. Many vendors are already setting up for the expo which starts on

KEPR - 2018-02-21 11:10:13

SWAT called in for drug task force search at Pasco home

The Tri-City Regional SWAT Team helped with a drug task force search at a Pasco home Wednesday morning. Ismael Gonzalez, a neighbor to the home on the 800 block of North 12th Avenue, woke up to the police using loudspeakers. He heard them asking people to come out of the home. After talking throug

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2018-02-21 17:35:00

Vahanas' Alpha One Soars On Its First Fully Self-Piloted Flight

It was a historic day for Airbus, A3, and the Vahana team when Alpha One, the first full-scale aircraft lifted off on January 31, 2018, in Pendleton, Oregon. At 8:52 AM Pacific Time the fully self-piloted vehicle reached a height of 5 meters (16 feet) before descending and landing safely. The vehicl

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Dine Out for United Way Thursday, February 22nd

United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties is hosting "Dine Out For United Way" on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018. TRI-CITIES, WA- United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties is hosting "Dine Out For United Way" on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018. Here is a full list of participating locations: Atomic A

NBCRIGHTNOW.COM - 2018-02-21 20:01:00

Snow delays Ione, Morrow County schools Wednesday

Due to inclement weather, Ione and Morrow County school districts are on a three-hour delay Wednesday morning. The Pendleton School District is on time, but snow routes are in effect for the South Hill. Updates will be posted as they come in. Visit www.eastoregonian.com for more information. Stay on

EAST OREGONIAN - 2018-02-21 07:18:14

Sunnyside police respond, but threat to high school on social media was a month old

SUNNYSIDE, Wash. -- Police were out in force Tuesday at Sunnyside High School after parents reported seeing an online post threatening violence at the school. While the post turned out to be a recycling of an older message that had already been investigated, police officials said there was also an e

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2018-02-21 07:15:00

Umatilla County balances the budget early

PENDLETON, Oregon - Early planning pays off for Umatilla County. For many years, the county would start working on its budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1 at the start of the new year. Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman George Murdock changed that process, hoping to get a head

MYCOLUMBIABASIN.COM - 2018-02-21 05:00:46

Search and rescue team wears many hats

PENDLETON, Oregon - Umatilla County Search and Rescue does more than locate and aid lost, stranded or injured people. Undersheriff Jim Littlefield says the volunteer-based organization is also trained to look for clues. "They've been out searching for evidence like weapons that are used in crimes,"

MYCOLUMBIABASIN.COM - 2018-02-21 04:45:22

'PREVENT' program helps those with prediabetes risk

Did you know that one out of every three American adults may be walking around with prediabetes? Many will go on to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes if nothing is done. You may have prediabetes based on the following risk factors: An A1c blood test result that is between 5.7-6.4 percent or have a

HOOD RIVER NEWS

Hermiston History: Moon landing expected in late 1968

"We watched it 15 or 20 times," said Debbie Freeman. "That's one of the beautiful things about the program, it just brings out more interest and discussion about what we've seen." Laser disks, computers, big screen televisions and LCD overhead displays are all part of a program designed to bring tod

HERMISTON HERALD

8 years after his murder, their father still watches over them

Driving down Kennewick Avenue, you can see Froilan Godines watching over his family. The father of seven lives on in the treehouse he built for his children, tall and proud above the family home and easily seen from the road. Eight years to the month after Godines' murder in Pasco, the sight still b

TRI-CITY HERALD

De-coding dyslexia: meeting provides insight

Parents, educators and friends are invited to get involved with a grassroots movement about dyslexia. Decoding Dyslexia Oregon is driven by a need for conversations with school districts and policy makers regarding dyslexia. The goal is to raise awareness, empower families and improve resources. An

HERMISTON HERALD

Seed to Supper plants healthy eating

Potential green thumbs are invited to learn more about low-cost vegetable gardening that will assist them in digging in the dirt and putting food on the table. Chelle Hankinson, a member of the Healthy Communities Coalition and facilitator of Lovin' Spadefuls - Hermiston's community garden - is exci

HERMISTON HERALD

EOU exhibit features high school student artwork

The Nightingale Gallery of Eastern Oregon University is excited to present its annual "Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition." The exhibition opens Friday from 6-8 p.m. in the gallery, located in Loso Hall on the university's La Grande campus. There is no admission charge. Awards will

EAST OREGONIAN

CAUGHT ON CAM: Pasco man steals from local charity, HD video leads to his arrest

Police say surveillance cameras in the donation center captured this image of a thief trying to steal the camera off the wall. PASCO, Wash. - Pasco police were looking for a man they say tried to steal a security camera from a charity donation center. It turns out, that charity helped hundreds of f

KEPR

Letter: No evidence Trump colluded

I would like to respond to Ken Ames of Pasco. Please let us all know what proof you have that our president, elected by us, is a danger to our country. I am so tired of the baseless comments from all of you so-called experts. He has worked hard and fixed many issues in our country. All of this whil

TRI-CITY HERALD

Three Minutes with Jeff Snell

Jeff Snell Eastern Oregon Physical Therapy When and why did you move to Hermiston? We moved to Hermiston in 1997 when I was employed at Eastern Oregon Physical Therapy. What is your favorite place to eat in Hermiston? It depends on what I'm in the mood for but at the top of the list would be Delish

HERMISTON HERALD