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Eastern Oregon man gets 212 years for abusing girl

An eastern Oregon man has been sentenced to 212 years in prison for sexually abusing a young relative.

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Pendleton stores plans four-day opening event Pendleton Woolen Mills is having a four-day grand opening of its new Spokane store in downtown’s River Park Square.

Flying saucers still evasive 70 years after pilot’s report

Boise businessman Ken Arnold had no idea he would change the world when he told reporters in Pendleton he saw nine strange objects flying along the Cascades.

Pendleton JC Penney, oldest in original location, closing

Michelle Mizerka-Peters’ office is a Spartan affair, devoid of leather couches, plush carpet or any other hint of ostentatiousness. With yellowing tile floors and basic furniture, the biggest perk of …

Rancher gives $5K reward for help finding cattle killers

An Oregon rancher has given a man a $5,000 reward for helping find and convict the two men who slaughtered his cattle.

Ex-supervisor pleads not guilty to sex with young offender

A former Oregon Youth Authority employee accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl he supervised in juvenile prison has pleaded not guilty to charges of official misconduct …

Pendleton council decides against ‘sanctuary city’ status

The East Oregonian newspaper reported that a resident asked the Pendleton City Council to adopt an American Civil Liberties Union-endorsed list of nine policies and rules that limited local police …

Future of OSP crime lab in Pendleton under debate

Plans to find a new home for the Oregon State Police crime lab in Pendleton are gaining momentum, but there are disagreements about what that will mean.

Amazon planning third data complex near Hermiston

Amazon is proposing to build a third data complex west of Hermiston consisting of four data centers.

Pendleton OKs marijuana rules for businesses

The Pendleton City Council has approved rules that pave the way for marijuana businesses to eventually open in town.

Boutique Air to start Portland-Pendleton service Dec. 19

Boutique Air announced plans to offer daily flights between Pendleton and Portland, restoring commercial air service to the city in Eastern Oregon.

Woman accused of cutting man’s throat after asking for ride

An Oregon woman has been charged with attempted murder after authorities say she sliced the throat of a motorist who agreed to give her a lift.

Another Oregon state police crime lab under investigation

Authorities are investigating a third Oregon state police crime lab after they say an analyst underreported some tests.

Pendleton CC can fool you

Founded in 1929 as a nine-hole course inside Pendleton’s city limits, Pendleton Country Club was relocated to its current cite between Pendleton and Pilot Rock in 1958. The current layout …

Pleasures of Pendleton

There are many Spokane golfers who make an annual early spring getaway to the Tri-Cities, where they sample a diverse array of interesting and affordable public courses in an attempt …

Scenic course a real test

This John Steidel-designed gem is part of the Wildhorse Resort & Casino, which is operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and is currently undergoing a massive …

Spokane woman injured in crash

A Spokane woman was injured Wednesday in a car accident near Pendleton, Ore., that sent her to the hospital and the driver to jail.