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Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Bradford Brock Orton
Janene Tracy ‘Jean’ Kelley
July 5, 1954 — June 27, 2019
April 14, 1941 — March 12, 2019
Brad is survived by his
Bradford Brock Orton
joined his beloved wife sons, Thomas Bradford
Brandi Ann Orton in heaven (Jodee) Orton and Brock
on Thursday, June 27, 2019, at Anthony (Seagra) Orton,
St. Peter’s Hospital in Lacey, both of Westport; daughter
Turner of Cosmop-
olis; four grand-
Brad was born
July 5, 1954, in
and Kaleb Orton
gon, to Donald and
and Reef and Coral
Donna Orton. Brad
Orton; father Don-
ald Orton of Pend-
was raised in Pend-
leton and in 1972
Chris (Pat) Gilm-
he moved to West-
ore of Anchor-
port where he spent
age, Alaska, and
25 years work-
ing in the timber
Julie (Joe) Byers
industry. On May 8, 1973, of Pendleton; nieces Casey
Brad married his one and Gilmore, Kelly Gilmore,
only childhood sweetheart, Tasha (David) Griffis and
Brandi Ann Orton.
Traci (Brandon) Lerner;
Brad loved being out- nephews Travis Hyatt and
doors, hunting with his sons Wade (Aimee) Copeland;
and grandsons, taking family and his companion, Buddy, a
and friends to the mountains golden retriever.
in his Jeep and walking the
Brad is preceded in
beach with his daughter and death by his wife of 40
granddaughters. His favorite years, Brandi Orton, and his
pastime was spent with his mother, Donna Orton.
family, children, grandchil-
A celebration of life will
dren, and his dog Buddy.
be announced at a later date.
Former Hermiston resident Janene Tracy “Jean” Kelley,
77, of Bozeman, Mont., died March 12, 2019, in Bozeman.
She was born April 14, 1941, in Umatilla. A celebration of
life for friends and family will be held Saturday, July 13
from 1:30-4 p.m. at the home of Don and Mary Ellen Tracy,
28156 Highway 730, Umatilla. Dokken-Nelson Funeral Ser-
vice assisted the family.
12:01 a.m. — Pendleton police received a complaint about
fireworks on Southwest Third Place. The complaints started rolling
in on July 4, of course, from various locations in town, and contin-
ued through the midnight hour Friday. Other agencies during the
weekend also responded to several complaints about fireworks.
2:47 a.m. — A caller on East Montana Avenue, Hermiston,
reported a male attacked a female.
7:40 a.m. — Pilot Rock rolled to Southwest Second Street to
deal with multiple abandoned vehicles.
9:38 a.m. — Staff at Community Counseling Solutions, 550 W.
Sperry St., Heppner, reported receiving multiple email threats. The
Morrow County Sheriff’s Office took a report.
12:34 p.m. — Staff at Echo City Hall, 20 Bonanza St., Echo,
reported someone refused to leave the building.
12:45 p.m. — A female fell off a pontoon boat and injured her
knee at a sandbar in the Columbia River several miles away from
Boardman. The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office and other agen-
cies responded. An ambulance took the female to Good Shep-
herd Medical Center, Hermiston.
1:03 p.m. — Umatilla police received a report of a cougar
sighting at Nugent Park at Eighth and D streets.
2 p.m. — A woman told Hermiston police she picked up her
children from her husband and her daughter attacked her.
4:19 p.m. — A caller reported a break-in at a unit at Keylock
Storage, 4400 N.W. Ave. A, Pendleton.
9:11 p.m. — Hermiston police took a report of an assault on
the 400 block of West Locust Avenue.
11:09 p.m. — The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office received
a complaint about people making too much noise at a space at
the Oasis RV Park, 170 Highway 730, Irrigon. A deputy warned the
group to turn down the music and he would issue a citation if he
11:13 p.m. — A caller reported an assault on West Hill Street,
12:12 a.m. — Hermiston police took a report for criminal mis-
chief after a caller on East Main Street reported a male broke out
the window of a pickup and took off running toward the Chevron
station, 200 N. First St.
1:02 a.m. — A caller on Klickitat Street, Umatilla, reported a
female stood in the road and took pictures of her house before
walking away on Yakima Street.
10:17 a.m. — Boardman police and ambulance responded to
caller who asked for help with her mother, who was drinking a lot.
The ambulance took the mother to Good Shepherd Medical Cen-
2:25 p.m. — Emergency services responded to a site on Canal
Lane, Boardman, after a cow kicked a 48-year-old woman in the
chest. An ambulance took the victim to Good Shepherd Medical
2:35 p.m. — The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office received a
report of a vehicle theft at Pickers Paradise, 84027 Highway 11,
3:10 p.m. — The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office warned indi-
viduals at the Willow Creek River reservoir about letting their dogs
run free after a caller reported dogs were chasing deer.
6:42 p.m. — A caller at the Safeway in Pendleton, 201 S.W. 20th
St., complained about someone smoking marijuana.
10:35 p.m. — Four intoxicated people came to Shari’s Cafe and
Pies, 319 S.E. Nye Ave., Pendleton, and one female fell. Pendleton
police looked but did not find the quartet.
8:40 a.m. — A 911 caller reported two males were fighting,
then they and two females were all yelling near the Pillars Motel,
1816 S.E. Court Ave., Pendleton.
8:54 a.m. — Pendleton police received a report of drug activ-
ity at the Pendleton Family Aquatic Center, 1901 N.W. Carden Ave.
7:14 p.m. — Umatilla police received a complaint about a man
driving a brown Chevrolet Suburban harassing a female walking
along the 1400 block of Sixth Street.
•Oregon State Police contacted four males, one who was 19
and three who were 20, on the Umatilla River near milepost 14
off Rieth Road. Police found the minors had beer cans, marijuana
and a marijuana bong and issued three citations for minor in pos-
session of alcohol and one for minor in possession of marijuana.
•Morrow County Sheriff’s Office arrested Joaquin Mendoza
Guzman, 26, of Plymouth, Washington, and Veronica Monique
Garza, 22, for felony methamphetamine possession. Guzman also
had multiple warrants for failure to appear related to charges of
forgery, theft and more.
•Boardman police arrested Nicolas Landeros Garza, 20, of
Boardman, for second-degree criminal mischief (vandalism), sec-
ond-degree disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and felony meth-
•Milton-Freewater police arrested Joel Thomas Hines, 26, of
Milton-Freewater, for felony methamphetamine possession,
interfering with a peace officer, resisting arrest and multiple war-
rants for failure to appear.
•Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office arrested Christopher Wayne
Lyons, 47, of Pendleton, for unauthorized use of a vehicle.
•Pendleton police arrested Thomas Cesar Manning, 35, for fel-
ony methamphetamine possession and on a warrant for failure
•Hermiston police arrested Joshua Thomas Bergie Moore, 37,
of Stanfield, for felony methamphetamine possession and multi-
ple warrants for failure to appear.
•Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office arrested Shannon Louise
Delia, 40, for felony methamphetamine possession.
•Hermiston police arrested Jerome Martel Price, 34, of Herm-
iston, for felony methamphetamine possession and on a warrant
for failure to appear.
Friday, July 5, 2019
Estimated jackpot: $95
Estimated jackpot: $10,000
1 p.m.: 6-9-5-2
4 p.m.: 8-6-8-5
7 p.m.: 2-1-5-7
10 p.m.: 3-9-3-0
Saturday, July 6, 2019
Power Play: 2
Estimated jackpot: $165
Estimated jackpot: $5.7
Estimated jackpot: $11,000
1 p.m.: 5-6-4-4
4 p.m.: 7-8-7-9
7 p.m.: 9-5-4-9
10 p.m.: 8-6-4-5
Win for Life
Sunday, July 7, 2019
Estimated jackpot: $12,000
1 p.m.: 5-8-6-8
4 p.m.: 8-4-8-1
7 p.m.: 2-2-3-6
10 p.m.: 7-3-7-6
Monday, July 8, 2019
1 p.m.: 9-0-0-6
Melva Marie Knight
June 10, 1930 — July 5, 2019
Former longtime Hermiston resident Melva Marie
Knight, 89, of Boise, Idaho, died Friday, July 5, 2019, in
Boise. She was born June 10, 1930, in Dayton, Ohio. A
graveside funeral service will be held Saturday, July 13
at 2 p.m. at the Hermiston Cemetery. Burns Mortuary of
Hermiston is in care of arrangements. Share memories with
the family at www.burnsmortuaryhermiston.com.
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TUESDAY, JULY 9
PENDLETON PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION, 12 p.m.,
Pendleton City Hall community room, 500 S.W. Dorion Ave.,
PORT OF UMATILLA COMMISSION, 1 p.m., Port of Umatilla
offices, 505 Willamette Ave., Umatilla. (541-922-3224)
PENDLETON FARMERS MARKET BOARD, 5:30 p.m., Pend-
leton Early Learning Center, 455 S.W. 13th St., Pendleton.
WESTON CEMETERY BOARD, 6 p.m., Memorial Hall, 210 E. Main
St., Weston. (541-566-3313)
PENDLETON LIBRARY BOARD, 6 p.m., Pendleton Public Library
meeting room, 502 S.W. Dorion Ave, Pendleton. (541-966-0380)
LEXINGTON TOWN COUNCIL, 6:30 p.m., Lexington Town Hall,
425 F St., Lexington. (541-989-8515)
PENDLETON CITY COUNCIL WORKSHOP, 7 p.m., Pendleton
City Hall, 500 S.W. Dorion Ave., Pendleton. (Donna Biggerstaff
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10
UKIAH SCHOOL DISTRICT, 8 a.m., Ukiah Community School, 201
Hill St., Ukiah. (541-427-3731)
MORROW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, 9 a.m., Irri-
gon Public Library, 200 N.E. Main Ave., Irrigon. (541-676-9061)
MILTON-FREEWATER CEMETERY MAINTENANCE DISTRICT
NO. 3, 12 p.m., Milton-Freewater Golf Course restaurant, 301
Catherine St., Milton-Freewater. (541-938-5531)
PENDLETON FAÇADE COMMITTEE, 3:30 p.m., Pendleton City
Hall community development conference room, 500 S.W. Dorion
Ave., Pendleton. (Julie Chase 541-966-0204)
RIVERSIDE SITE COUNCIL, 5:30 p.m., Riverside High School
library, 210 N.E. Boardman Ave., Boardman. (541-676-9128)
WESTON CITY COUNCIL, 6 p.m., Memorial Hall, 210 E. Main St.,
ATHENA PLANNING COMMISSION, 6:30 p.m., Athena City Hall,
215 S. Third St., Athena. (541-566-3862)
CONDON PLANNING COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Condon City Hall,
128 S. Main St., Condon. (541-384-2711)
CONDON SCHOOL DISTRICT, 7 p.m., Condon Grade School, 220
S. East St., Condon. (541-384-2441)
HERMISTON PLANNING COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Hermiston City
Hall, 180 N.E. Second St., Hermiston. (541-567-5521)
STANFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT, 7 p.m., Stanfield School District
office, 1120 N. Main St., Stanfield. (541-449-3305)
UMATILLA COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT NO. 1, 7 p.m., Fire Station
21, 320 S. First St., Hermiston. (Reta Larson 541-567-8822)
HELIX SCHOOL DISTRICT, 7:30 p.m., Helix School library, 120
Main St., Helix. (541-457-2175)
THURSDAY, JULY 11
UMATILLA-MORROW COUNTY FARM BUREAU, 12 p.m., TBA,
Pendleton. (Julie Spratling 541-457-8045)
HERMISTON PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION,
5:30 p.m., Hermiston City Hall, 180 N.E. Second St., Hermiston.
ATHENA CITY COUNCIL, 6:30 p.m., Athena City Hall, 215 S. Third
St., Athena. (541-566-3862)
UMATILLA SCHOOL DISTRICT, 7 p.m., Umatilla School District
office, 1001 Sixth St., Umatilla. (541-922-6500)
BOARDMAN RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT, 7 p.m.,
Boardman Fire Department Station 1, 300 S. Wilson Lane, Board-
man. (Suzanne Gray 541-481-3473)
FRIDAY, JULY 12
No meetings scheduled
MONDAY, JULY 15
NIXYAAWII COMMUNITY SCHOOL BOARD, 4:30 p.m., Nixy-
aawii Community School, 73300 July Grounds Lane, Mission.
ECHO SCHOOL DISTRICT, 6 p.m., Echo Community School, 600
Gerone St., Echo. (541-376-8436)
HELIX CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., Helix City Hall, 119 Columbia St.,
PENDLETON YOUTH COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Intermountain ESD
office, 2001 S.W. Nye Ave., Pendleton. (541-276-6711)
TUESDAY, JULY 9
GREENFIELD GRANGE PINOCHLE,
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Greenfield Grange 579, 209
N.W. First St., Boardman. (541-481-7397)
”THE LIFE MODEL: LIVING FROM THE
HEART JESUS GAVE YOU” BOOK STUDY
GROUP, 1-2:30 p.m., Bowman Build-
ing, 17 S.W. Frazer Ave., Pendleton. (Pat
STUDYING THE MIRACLES OF JESUS,
4-6 p.m., Good Samaritan Ministries, 319 W.
Locust Ave., Hermiston. (541-564-1041)
ARC OF UMATILLA COUNTY, 5:30 p.m.,
The ARC Building, 215 W. Orchard Ave.,
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNIT 24,
5:30 p.m., American Legion Hall, 424 S.E.
Eighth Ave., Milton-Freewater. Help veter-
ans and their families. Everyone welcome to
join. (Lynda 541-962-5478)
COLUMBIA RIVER TOASTMASTERS,
6-7 p.m., Umatilla Senior Center, Umatilla.
AWANA, 6:30-8 p.m., Pendleton Baptist
Church, 3202 S.W. Nye Ave., Pendleton.
For children age 3 through sixth grade.
ADAMS NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH, 7 p.m.,
Adams Ladies Parlor, Main Street, Adams.
HATROCKHOUNDS GEM & MINERAL
SOCIETY, 7-8:30 p.m., First Christian
Church, 775 W. Highland Ave., Hermiston.
KRAZY HORSE QUILTERS, 7 p.m., Thim-
bles Fabric N More, 1819 Westgate Place,
WOMEN OF THE IRRIGON MOOSE, 7 p.m.,
Irrigon Moose Lodge, 210 N.E. Third St., Irri-
WEDNESDAY, JULY 10
CREDIT PROFESSIONALS INTERNA-
TIONAL, 7:30-9 a.m., Shari’s Restaurant,
319 S.E. Nye Ave., Pendleton. (LaFrance
WILLOW RUN LADIES GOLF CLUB,
8 a.m., Willow Run Golf Course, 78873
Toms Camp Road, Boardman. Rain or
shine. Need not be a member to play.
LATINO BUSINESS NETWORK, 9 a.m.,
Hermiston Conference Center, 415 S. High-
way 395, Hermiston. Promoting, educating
and supporting Latino businesses in the
greater Hermiston area through network-
ing, advocacy and business community
partnership. (Debbie Pedro 541-567-6151)
DEMOCRATS OF MILTON-FREEWATER,
11:30 a.m., Oasis Restaurant, 85698 High-
way 339, Milton-Freewater. (Nora Connors
HERMISTON KIWANIS CLUB, 12 p.m.,
Desert Lanes Bowling Alley, 1545 N. First
St., Hermiston. (541-567-6728)
12-1 p.m., Wildhorse Resort & Casino,
46510 Wildhorse Blvd, Pendleton.
Everyone welcome. (Jeannette Taylor
ALTRUSA INTERNATIONAL OF PENDLE-
TON, 12 p.m., Red Lion Inn, 304 S.E. Nye
IRRIGON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
12 p.m., Stokes Landing Senior Center,
195 N.W. Opal Place, Irrigon. Lunch and
round-table networking opportunity.
Cost is $8 for members, $10 for non-mem-
bers. (Tracey Johnson 541-922-6259)
BOOKMINDERS, 1:30-3 p.m., The Pheas-
ant Bar & Grill, 149 E. Main St., Hermiston.
HERMISTON ELKS DINNER, 5:30-8 p.m.,
Hermiston Elks Lodge, 480 E. Main St.,
OREGON GRASS ROOTS CRIBBAGE
CLUB NO. 2, 6:30 p.m., Desert Lanes
Bowling Alley, 1545 N. First St., Herm-
iston. All levels of players welcome.
6:30 p.m., Milton-Freewater Elks Lodge,
611 N. Main St., Milton-Freewater.
PENDLETON EAGLES AUXILIARY AND
AERIE, 7 p.m., Pendleton Eagles Lodge,
428 S. Main St., Pendleton. (541-278-2828)
HERMISTON EMBLEM CLUB NO. 215,
7 p.m., Hermiston Elks Lodge, 480 E.
Main St., Hermiston. (Michele Dickmeier
THURSDAY, JULY 11
6:30 a.m., Eastern Oregon Higher Edu-
cation Center, 980 S.E. Columbia
Drive, Hermiston. Visitors welcome.
PENDLETON KIWANIS CLUB, 7 a.m.,
Roosters Restaurant, 1515 South-
gate, Pendleton. Guests welcome.
ARTS AND CRAFTS FROM THE DRY
SIDE, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Hermiston Assem-
bly of God Church, 730 E. Hurlburt Ave.,
Hermiston. Use Seventh Street entrance.
Monthly business meeting at noon.
GOOD SHEPHERD MEDICAL CENTER
AUXILIARY, 9:30 a.m., Good Shepherd
Medical Center conference rooms 1 and
2, 610 N.W. 11th St., Hermiston. New mem-
bers and junior auxiliary members wel-
come. (Cindy Schaan 541-667-3690)
NARFE CHAPTER 2115, 11:30 a.m., Shari’s
Restaurant, 319 S.E. Nye Ave., Pendleton.
Bob Patterson, Pendleton Public Works
director, will discuss the city’s solar proj-
ects. Election of officers and special draw-
ings will follow the presentation. All
federal employees, active and retired,
welcome. (Janet Lambert 541-980-3268)
ROUND-UP REPUBLICAN WOMEN,
11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Red Lion Inn, 304 S.E.
Nye Ave., Pendleton. Luncheon admission
$11 for paid and associate members, $13
for non-members; RSVP by Wednesday at
8 a.m. (Tina Cave 541-276-3182)
UMATILLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
12 p.m., Desert River Inn, 705 Willamette
St., Umatilla. RSVP three days prior to
PENDLETON LIONS CLUB, 12 p.m.,
Roosters Restaurant, 1515 Southgate,
ALTRUSA INTERNATIONAL OF HERMIS-
TON, 12 p.m., ARC Umatilla County, 215 W.
Orchard Ave., Hermiston.
UMATILLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
12 p.m., Umatilla Chamber of Commerce,
100 Cline Ave., Umatilla. (541-922-4825)
DESERT BELLES GARDEN CLUB, 1 p.m.,
location varies, Hermiston. (541-567-8019)
”KNOWING WHAT YOU BELIEVE” WOM-
EN’S BIBLE STUDY, 1:30 p.m., First Bap-
tist Church, 200 S.W. Willow Fork Drive,
Boardman. Ladies are invited to learn
more about God’s plan for their lives.
HERMISTON HORSESHOE CLUB, 5 p.m.,
Hermiston High School Weber Field,
600 S. First St., Hermiston. (Rick Rebman
WRITER’S GROUP, 5:30 p.m., Hermiston
Public Library, 235 E. Gladys Ave., Herm-
iston. Writing support group offering
encouragement, inspiration and motiva-
tion. All writers welcome. (Jodi Hansen