Voters said yes to a $23 million college bond but no to a Milton-Freewater School District appointed incumbent who was seeking election this year.
A man and a Pendleton woman are in Umatilla County Jail this morning following a high-speed pursuit with Oregon State Police that started just after midnight, a state police news release said.
At a community meeting last week, urban planners Matthew Arnold and Martin Glastra van Loon of Portland-based SERA Architects Inc. used catchy titles to unveil ways to capitalize on Milton-Freewater’s historic and natural assets.
The time is now for Milton-Freewater residents to decide how their farm town on the edge of the Walla Walla Valley will capitalize on a growing wine industry poised to bring more wineries and tasting rooms — and a bumper crop of tourists.
Tired of seeing the same parade of drug addicts over and over, a group of Florida judges created the nation’s first drug court in 1989. Defendants, instead of going into lockup for their crimes, got treatment, counseling and tough love.
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MILTON-FREEWATER — Milton-Freewater residents can learn about concepts for community engagement and improvement via Project Discovery on Monday.
Umatilla County’s human services director and two alcohol and drug counselors remain on paid leave in the midst of an internal investigation.
Panhandling is still legal in Umatilla, but the city council just made it more difficult.
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Umatilla County Jail commander Stewart Harp two years ago asked his staff to aim for what looked impossible: increase the jail’s daily population from 135 to nearly 200. And they had to do it, he said, without any additional resources.
A new door opened up for local artists, commercial property landlords and art lovers in Milton-Freewater this weekend.
A year after Milton-Freewater’s East End Rod and Gun Club’s appeal to expand its facility was denied, the Umatilla County Board of Commissioners has approved changes in land-use laws that will allow the club to file an appeal to potentially expand its facility.
The city is full of fundraisers and fun this weekend.
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