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Gilliam County Historical Museum

The Gilliam County Historical Museum Complex, located right next to Burns Park in Condon, displays several historical buildings with furnished period interiors, including an 1884 Homestead, 1905 Railroad Depot, a 1900 Country School house, a 1900’s Barbershop, the old Condon City Hall and Jail, a country church, and finally a large agricultural display building with antique equipment and vehicles. Tours can be customized to fit all ages and special interest for large or small groups. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
CONDON, OR
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Small Business Ombudsman Leahey to Speak in Heppner on Aug. 9

Small Business Ombudsman Trevor Leahey with the Oregon Secretary of State’s office is returning to Heppner on Tuesday, Aug. 9 to chat with the public about any small business issues. He will also have more information about Paid Leave Oregon and psilocybin businesses in Oregon, and what they would...
HEPPNER, OR
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Taser used to subdue man following pursuit

MORROW COUNTY – The following is a news release from the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office:. On July 23, 2022 at 01:12am Morrow County Sheriff’s Deputy Collin Brill made a traffic stop near the old mill in Heppner, on a vehicle whose driver was exhibiting the signs of being impaired. The male driver initially stopped and when contacted by the deputy, was uncooperative, irate, and left the scene, narrowly missing hitting the deputy and traveling into the oncoming lane of travel. He was traveling toward Lexington at a high rate of speed.
MORROW COUNTY, OR
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Morrow County deputy shocked elusive man showing signs of impairment

LEXINGTON, Ore. — Following a brief pursuit, Morrow County deputies used an electroshock device to bring a suspect into custody after he allegedly exhibited signs of impairment and sped away from a traffic stop. In a press release on Tuesday evening, the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office announced that a...
MORROW COUNTY, OR
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Pursuit with Taser deployed, ends in Lexington

On July 23, 2022 at 01:12am Morrow County Sheriff’s Deputy Collin Brill made a traffic stop near the old mill in Heppner, on a vehicle whose driver was exhibiting the signs of being impaired. The male driver initially stopped and when contacted by the deputy, was uncooperative, irate and left the scene, narrowly missing hitting the deputy and traveling into the oncoming lane of travel. He was traveling toward Lexington at a high rate of speed.
MORROW COUNTY, OR
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Morrow County Museum

Artifacts and murals recreate the lives and activities of the settlers of Heppner. Agricultural Resource Museum, portraying rural history and heritage Farm Museum, finest collection of antique farm equipment. *One of the many stops along the River to Hills Farm Trail.
HEPPNER, OR
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Oregon Trail Pro Rodeo to Celebrate 100th Anniversary in August

The Oregon Trail Pro Rodeo will celebrate its 100th anniversary during this year’s Morrow County Fair in Heppner. The rodeo takes place Aug. 19-20. More information and advance tickets are available on the rodeo’s website. The county fair runs Aug. 15-21. Go to fair’s website for the schedule....
HEPPNER, OR
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Author, Songwriter Eric Ode to Appear at Heppner City Park on July 25

The Heppner Library will sponsor a performance by Eric Ode on Monday, July 25 in Heppner City Park. Ode, who is an author, songwriter, poet and educator for kids and families, will perform at 11 a.m. To learn more about him, visit his website. Contact the library at 541-676-9964 with questions.
HEPPNER, OR
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Willow Creek Farmers Market Takes Place Tonight in Heppner

The 2022 Willow Creek Farmers Market will be open for business on Thursday, July 14 in Heppner City Park. Market days operate from 4 to 7 p.m. every Thursday through Sept. 1. Vendor fees are $30 for adults and $10 for youth under 18, or vendors may pay a drop-in fee of $10 per week, not to exceed $30 for the season. Vendors can register online or request a paper form or get more information by emailing willowcreekfm@gmail.com or sending a Facebook message.
HEPPNER, OR
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Lamb Weston to Hold Hiring Event Today in Heppner

Lamb Weston Boardman East is holding a hiring event on today, July 13 at the Gilliam & Bisbee Building, 106 E. May St. in Heppner. The event goes from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Job seekers should bring along a resume. For information about the plant’s openings, visit the Lamb Weston website.
HEPPNER, OR
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