OREGON:  Teaching about the Holocaust and Genocide

OREGON: Teaching about the Holocaust and Genocide

Oregon’s schools will be required to teach about the Holocaust and genocide as part of the statewide social studies curriculum, under a bill that passed the Oregon Senate. Senate Bill 664 – which passed 27-0 on the Senate. See More

GRANT COUNTY: Fairgrounds seeks historical photos

GRANT COUNTY: Fairgrounds seeks historical photos

Things about Grant County that many folks love include its deep-rooted history and culture. That’s what will be highlighted and celebrated at this year’s 110th Grant County Fair, according to Fairgrounds Manager Mindy WinegarSee More

OREGON:  Scams of older Americans rising

OREGON: Scams of older Americans rising

Elder abuse fraud continues to rise as a major consumer protection issue, with financial losses nationwide totaling $2.9 billion annually. Financial exploitation of the elderly often goes unreported because in many cases.See More

BAKER CITY:  Man arraigned on Sex Abuse charges

BAKER CITY: Man arraigned on Sex Abuse charges

Sex Abuse in the First Degree and two counts of Sex Abuse in the Third Degree were the indictments that 43-year-old Thomas Nathaniel Baker of Baker City was arraigned on this week in a Baker County courtroom. According to.See More

 
SALEM:  Legislature bans offshore drilling

SALEM: Legislature bans offshore drilling

Oregon will continue to ban drilling for oil and gas along the coast, but the ban may not stop all drilling. In 2000, Oregon temporarily banned drilling in the three miles off the coast. Rep. David Gomberg, said that’s to protect.See More

WALLA WALLA:  Mill Creek flow being monitored

WALLA WALLA: Mill Creek flow being monitored

There’s an above normal snowpack in the Blue Mountains and that means the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is keeping a close eye on the amount of water the melting snow is producing. What we’re monitoring as we go forward.See More

HERMISTON:  Man jailed after bicycle stop

HERMISTON: Man jailed after bicycle stop

Tyrone Wayne Rider Jr., 28, of Hermiston was pulled over after crossing West Hermiston Avenue late Sunday night for not having proper lighting on his bicycle. By the time the city ordinance violation was complete, Rider found.See More

UMATILLA COUNTY:  NACo offers broadband app

UMATILLA COUNTY: NACo offers broadband app

The National Association of Counties is offering an app that will instantly test broadband speeds. Umatilla County Board of Commissioners Chairman Bill Elfering says the app, called TestIT, does more than giving its user.See More