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Charles A. “Bill” Bloodsworth was born on August 7, 1932, in Wallowa, Oregon, to parents Charles and Eula Crossler Bloodsworth. He died on January 9, 2019, ...
Bridging the gap | Local East Oregonian
Greg Grant felt it was time for a new perspective. As a member of the OSAA's Football Ad Hoc Advisory committee, Grant, the longtime head football coach at ...
Canzano: Custom high school uniform captures football, a father, and a small Oregon town OregonLive.com
What does the phrase "He could have been from Heppner," have to do with football?
HEPPNER Stars align in Heppner | Local News East Oregonian
With a theme of “An Evening with the Stars,” a handful of citizens and one business were recognized during the annual Town & Country Community Awards ...
Obituary for May 16, 2018 Baker City Herald
Dave Zachry Heppner, 1931-2018 Dave Wallis Zachry, 87 of Heppner, a former Baker County teacher, died April 30, 2018, at his home. He went to join the love ...
BMCC takes FFA program on the road | Agriculture East Oregonian
Beau Ditmore had never saddled a horse before, but was willing to give it a try Sunday morning at the 2018 Oregon FFA State Convention in Redmond.
FFA members use downtime to test skills | Oregon Capital Press
Beau Ditmore had never saddled a horse before, but was willing to give it a try Sunday morning at the 2018 Oregon FFA State Convention.
Heppner High teacher accused of sex crimes against 2 students OregonLive.com
A Heppner High School teacher is accused of sex crimes involving two students, one 17 and the other 15, Morrow County authorities said. Wendy Cannin, 30, of ...
HEPPNER x | News East Oregonian
More than a wee bit o' fun is planned next weekend in Heppner in celebration of St. Patrick's Day.
Former Heppner teacher gets 3 years for sex with students OregonLive.com
The Oregon attorney general's office says the 31-year-old woman must also register as a sex offender after serving her sentence.
HEPPNER Heppner robotics team takes first at Redmond East Oregonian
Heppner High School's robotics team won first place at a VEX Robotics Competition Feb. 21 in Redmond.
Dog Bite Harris brings music to the boonies East Oregonian
After deeming the inaugural year of Ruckus in the Boonies an official success, Aaron Harris is rolling up his sleeves to bring a bigger and better all-ages music ...
HEPPNER Awards banquet recognizes Heppner's best | Local News East Oregonian
It was like a family reunion in Heppner during the Town & Country Community Awards — siblings Jerry and Judy Healy were recognized as man and woman of ...
Heppner graduate raises flag for fallen linemen | Your EO News East Oregonian
Tayler Hodges, a 2008 Heppner High School graduate, was among a group of linemen from across the United States chosen to participate in a fallen linemen ...
Eagle on Vacation | Life Blue Mountain Eagle
Mary Bradley and Carrie Bellinger of Mt. Vernon sent in this photo taken at the Cliffs of Moher while on a vacation through Scotland and Ireland with Bradley's ...
PENDLETON Locals get their choice animals at Cattle Barons horse and dog auction East Oregonian
While getting a car from mom and dad is a rite of passage for many teenagers, Steve Currin did his sons one better: he bought them a horse.
Autistic teen shares inspiring story | News East Oregonian
Weighing less than 2 pounds when he was born, Christopher Duffley, who is also blind, didn't speak in full sentences until he was in first grade.
No headline. | Sports Wallowa County Cheiftain
Enterprise High School Varsity Volleyball squad started the season slow but has been building momentum. The highlight of the girls season thus far was a ...
Teen overcomes blindness and autism with music Seattle Times
PENDLETON, Ore. (AP) — One day last December, Kimberly Lindsay mindlessly browsed her Facebook feed before clicking on a YouTube video. She sat back ...
Smith named Walla Walla Superintendent | Local News East Oregonian
Hermiston Deputy Superintendent Wade Smith has accepted the position of superintendent for the Walla Walla School District.
2018 Round-Up Court goes West | Local News East Oregonian
The thematic consistency of a potential Round-Up queen's name isn't considered during the selection process, but it certainly doesn't hurt Betsy West.
Harvard bound | Local News East Oregonian
On Friday, it seemed like everyone in Athena stopped to say hello as Michael Shafer posed to get his picture taken for his latest achievement.
Teen overcomes blindness, autism with music | Local News East Oregonian
One day last December, Kimberly Lindsay mindlessly browsed her Facebook feed before clicking on a YouTube video. She sat back and watched.
Knights wrap season with sweep | Local East Oregonian
By Erik Skopil. East Oregonian. Behind Austin Rice's late game heroics and a boatload of offense, Irrigon wrapped up a crucial two-game home sweep of ...
New coaches, new Sherman attitude Dalles Chronicle
With four new assistant coaches and new head coach Amy Huffman, the four Husky volleyball seniors, Emily Hill, Meghan Belshe, Stormy Rhodes and Ellie ...
CSX rail yard victims were 25-, 23- and 19-year-old travelers, Mobile police confirm al.com
Mobile police have confirmed that the three killed in an accident on March 5 were Keith Poplaski, 25, Dylon Elston, 23, and Christina Givens, 19.
Promise & Potential | Local News East Oregonian
More than 1000 seniors from local high schools will cross the podium this month and step into the “real world,” diverging paths leading to distinctive lives.
Watermaster office again local | Local News Wallowa County Cheiftain
ENTERPRISE — For the first time since the early 1990s, Wallowa County now has its own Watermaster.
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