LA GRANDE:  Knight pleads Guilty to Arson

LA GRANDE: Knight pleads Guilty to Arson

Kael Knight was in court Friday for his Plea Hearing and Sentencing. In front of Judge Powers, Knight pleads Guilty to Arson charges against him. Knight in September of 2019 was charged with Arson in the Imbler and SummervilleSee More

LA GRANDE:  More seniors are graduating

LA GRANDE: More seniors are graduating

The statewide graduation rate for the class of 2018-19 is 80 percent, up 1.3 percentage points over the previous year and the highest graduation rate ever recorded in Oregon, according to data released today bySee More

BAKER CITY:  Discussing a Quiet Zone

BAKER CITY: Discussing a Quiet Zone

Following La Grande’s lead on the Quiet Zone, a group of citizens in Baker City is proposing a Quiet Zone which was brought forth to the City of Baker City. The group is putting together community support to supportSee More

BAKER COUNTY:  Another scam call circulating

BAKER COUNTY: Another scam call circulating

The Baker County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch has been notified that citizens are receiving phone calls from a person identifying themselves as Detective Chris Collins with the Baker City Police Department. The caller is thenSee More

BAKER COUNTY:  Free fee days for BLM lands

BAKER COUNTY: Free fee days for BLM lands

To encourage visitation and appreciation for America’s public lands, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced that it will waive recreation-related visitor fees during the five 2020 Fee-Free Days. On these five daysSee More

 
PENDLETON:  Fate of urban renewal district

PENDLETON: Fate of urban renewal district

The Pendleton Urban Renewal District is set to expire in three years. The city council, which serves the district as the Pendleton Development Commission, is discussing its fate. City Manager Robb Corbett saysSee More

PENDLETON:  Warm February can impact growers

PENDLETON: Warm February can impact growers

Another warm spell is hitting the region, and meteorologist Dennis Hull says February is looking like it will be warmer than normal. The warmer temperatures can impact farmers and gardeners. If you start getting blooms See More