ENTERPRISE:  Arrested for several offenses

ENTERPRISE: Arrested for several offenses

On Saturday night, June 22, 2019, at about 11:30 pm, Wallowa County Dispatch received a call of a female screaming for help in the area of South River and Greenwood Street. Enterprise Police Officer Billman located aSee More

LA GRANDE:  Several projects on the roadway

LA GRANDE: Several projects on the roadway

Oregon Department of Transportation is working on over two dozen key highway projects in eastern Oregon. Several projects along I-84 including the Poverty Flats area, La Grande to Pendleton in the Cabbage HillSee More

EASTERN OREGON:  Walden returns to eastern Oregon

EASTERN OREGON: Walden returns to eastern Oregon

Continuing a series of town hall meetings across Oregon’s Second District, Representative Greg Walden (R-Hood River) announced today he will hold town halls in Josephine, Jackson, Umatilla, Wallowa, Union, Baker, Malheur, GrantSee More

JOHN DAY: Craig Trulock is new Forest Supervisor

JOHN DAY: Craig Trulock is new Forest Supervisor

Pacific Northwest Regional Forester Glenn Casamassa announced the selection of Craig Trulock as the new Malheur National Forest Supervisor, effective June 23, 2019. Trulock has been the acting Forest Supervisor on the MalheurSee More

BAKER COUNTY:  Fire danger is on the rise

BAKER COUNTY: Fire danger is on the rise

Fire danger is on the rise and so is the threat from fires caused by vehicles and OHV travel with ATVs, side-by-sides (UTVs) and motorbikes according to the Vale District BLM. Before you begin your trip, check to ensureSee More

 
HERMISTON:  Zoning change is before council

HERMISTON: Zoning change is before council

The Hermiston City Council will tackle a zoning change request at its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Monday. The request would change the commercially zoned property at 1855 N.E. North Street to medium density mobile homeSee More

OREGON:  Senators are standing pat on walkout

OREGON: Senators are standing pat on walkout

Today (Monday) is the fifth day of the walkout by Republican senators at the Oregon State Capitol. The GOP lawmakers were a no-show again when President Peter Courtney (D-Salem) banged the gavel for a SundaySee More