ENTERPRISE:  Wastewater Operator of the year

ENTERPRISE: Wastewater Operator of the year

Dave Wilkie, a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator for Enterprise, was recognized for the 2018 Oregon Association of Water Utilities Wastewater Operator of the Year. Wilkie has been with the City Of Enterprise.See More

BAKER CITY:  Ahead on an All-Abilities Playground

BAKER CITY: Ahead on an All-Abilities Playground

Baker City has nearly a 20,000-vote lead over the two other towns that are competing for an All-Abilities Playground. This contest presented by Moda Health and the Portland Trail Blazers will give the winner an all-abilities.See More

BAKER COUNTY:  Rockslide ends up being beneficial

BAKER COUNTY: Rockslide ends up being beneficial

Currently planning a project to repair and improve the Hells Canyon Creek boat launch, which has significantly eroded over the past 25 years. The plan was to haul in rock from a quarry near Ontario to use to reinforce the bank and.See More

EASTERN OREGON: Forest plans revisions withdrawn

EASTERN OREGON: Forest plans revisions withdrawn

The Regional Forester has been instructed to withdraw the draft Record of Decision, Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), and the three Revised Plans of the Blue Mountains Forest Plans on the Umatilla, Malheur, and Wallowa-WhitmanSee More

 
PENDLETON:  Lawmakers tour, listen, and eat

PENDLETON: Lawmakers tour, listen, and eat

The Oregon Legislature Joint Ways and Means Committee visited the Pendleton area Friday evening for a public meeting to hear residents’ concerns about the budget for the next biennium. That wasn’t the only activity for some.See More

PENDLETON:  Sweeping up gravel on the roads

PENDLETON: Sweeping up gravel on the roads

City of Pendleton crews was busy with the late winter storms spreading more than 1,200 tons of gravel on the roads — most of it in just one month. Public Works Director Bob Patterson asks people to help speed the.See More

PENDLETON:  So far, the thaw is gradual

PENDLETON: So far, the thaw is gradual

The warming trend in the region has been gradual enough to avoid any large-scale flooding. National Weather Service Hydrologist Marilyn Lohmann says the McKay Reservoir south of Pendleton is 61 percent full, holding a.See More