ENTERPRISE:  City Hall ready to move into

ENTERPRISE: City Hall ready to move into

It’s been a year and a half, but the time has finally come, for the City of Enterprise to move into their new city hall. The city hall/fire hall was destroyed by fire and has been utilizing a temporary building.See More

LA GRANDE:  Our city, on of the safest

LA GRANDE: Our city, on of the safest

According to a new report by Safe Home 25 safest cities in Oregon with a population over 10,000 have been announced. La Grande has been ranked 3rd, in a long list, being almost on top for the safest city in Oregon.See More

 
PENDLETON:  After two floods, enough is enough

PENDLETON: After two floods, enough is enough

InterMountain Education Service Director Mark Mulvihill lives on the banks of McKay Creek next to Struve Bridge. In 1991, he lived in the same area on Southwest 44th Street. He has now experienced two serious flooding eventsSee More

SALEM:  Styrofoam bill gets a second chance

SALEM: Styrofoam bill gets a second chance

The styrofoam bill failed in the Oregon Legislature on Monday, because there weren’t enough Democrats to pass it. They used a procedural move to bring it back and it passed. State Rep. Sheri Schouten (D-Beaverton)See More

OREGON:  Gas price hikes slow a bit

OREGON: Gas price hikes slow a bit

The price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is still going up, but Marie Dodds of AAA Motor Club says the double-digit jumps of the last two weeks are now down to single-digit increases. The nationalSee More