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East Oregonian
516 Lots & Acreage
Elk Meadows. 10-13 Acre Sites
now starting now at $109,650 in-
cluding Power & Water. Financ-
ing available. Meacham Area.
Easy commute to LaGrande or
Rocky Mikesell
Blue Jeans Realty
“Our office is wherever you
637 RV/Trailer/Mobile
Private RV Space
Two tenants
For sale 10 acres urban growth
City utilities
643 Business-
Sales Opportunities
Notice: Oregon State Law re-
quires anyone who contracts
for construction work to be li-
censed with the Construction
Contractors Board. An active
license means the contractor
is bonded and insured. Verify
the contractor’s CCB license
through the CCB Consumer
Saturday, July 13, 2019
651 Help Wanted
651 Help Wanted
Preschool teacher/Director
position for 2019-2020 school
Umatilla Community
Umatilla Oregon
Established in 1963
Associate degree or equiva-
lent experience in early child-
hood development required.
Send your information to
Umatilla Community
Presbyterian Church
PO Box 358
Umatilla, OR 97882
Morrow County is seeking a
Full-time Accounting Clerk in
Heppner OR. This position
requires general accounting
experience. Wages start at
$16.56 per hour plus excel-
lent Benefits. For full job de-
scription and application visit
the Morrow County Website
at www.co.morrow.or.us or
contact Human Resources at
(541)676-5620. Closes July
19, 2019. Morrow County is
an EOE.
Confederated Tribes
of the Umatilla Indian
Male Re-Education/
Intervention Facilitator
$35,204.76-$37,000 annual
DOE/DOQ Covered Status/
Non-Exempt. The position
is full time with the benefits
package. Grant funded posi-
tion, when grants ends and or
not renewed the position will
end. The Male Re-Education/
Intervention Facilitator works
with perpetrators of family vi-
olence providing space and
opportunity for a process of
change. In promoting safety
for our community by assist-
ing in the re-education and
recovery of the perpetrator
in partnership with Parole &
Probation, Yellowhawk Be-
havior Health, Law Enforce-
ment, Tribal and State Court,
and Prosecution. For Employ-
ment Application or Vacancy
Announcement please visit
the Tribes website at http://
or call
(541)429-7180 the position is
open until filled.
The Umatilla County FSA is
accepting applications for a
permanent Program Technician
in Pendleton, Oregon.
651 Help Wanted
Applications will be accepted
July 9- July 23, 2019.
Salary range of $30,344-
$54,670/year based
on qualifications and
Confederated Tribes of the
Umatilla Indian
Tamastslikt Cultural
Secretary II
For more information, please
contact the FSA office
(541 )278-8049 ext. 2.
Full Time with the bene-
fits package/Non-Exempt
$28,587 - $36,465 Annual /
Performs secretarial duties
for the Institute, primarily
routine functions on behalf
of the Director including but
not limited to purchasing
and invoice processing,
competitive procurement and
related service agreements,
budget monitoring, time
and attendance, personnel
transactions, travel arrange-
ments, board meetings,
minutes, and event planning.
For Employment Application
or Vacancy Announcement
please visit the Tribes web-
site at http://ctuir.org/about-
or call (541)429-7180 the
position is closes Monday,
July 15, 2019 at 4 p.m. or
postmarked by the closing
Apply through USAJobs.gov
at https://www.usajobs.gov/ ;
search keyword- “FSA” loca-
tion- “Pendleton”
If you have an eye for real
value, you’ll eye the
classified ads daily!
Peer Mentor (2)
Open Until Filled
Please visit umatillacounty.net
for a complete job description
and application instructions or
Umatilla County
216 SE 4th St.
Pendleton, OR 97801
Call for your classified ad today! 800-962-2819
Auditor for Harney County
Harney County Court is re-
questing written proposals
from certified municipal au-
ditors to conduct the annual
audit of the County’s finan-
cial records for a three-year
(3) period beginning with the
2019-2022 fiscal year. Audits
shall be conducted accord-
ing to the criteria prescribed
by the Minimum Standards
of Audit Oregon Municipal
corporations and shall satisfy
the provisions of the “Audit
of State and Local Govern-
Harney County Court will
make selection of the audit
firm. For a copy of the Coun-
ty’s audit proposal information
go to www.co.harney.or.us
We look forward to receiving
your proposal on or before
July 24, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
The Cosmic Conundrum of Retrogrades
It’s not ideal. The Mercury retrograde
adds stress to a journey the way children
and pets do. Sure, it’s wonderful to have
their energy on board, but you never
quite know what they’re going to do next,
and it’s a big responsibility to keep them
safe and in line. Doing a good job de-
mands selflessness. So, actually, maybe
this is ideal after all.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). It’s inter-
esting how much people reveal about
themselves to you. New people get com-
fortable quickly and will tell you more
than you bargained for, which will be a
perplexing sort of honor.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). There are
things you want to do and are better off
for doing every single day. Missing a day
is no big deal in the big scheme, but un-
less you figure out why you missed and
solve it, it could turn into a trend.
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You’re a per-
son of many minds, most of them deter-
mined, some of them wise, and a few of
them childish in their wants. As you let go
of the way you want it to be, the way it is
becomes really beautiful.
CANCER (June 22-July 22). It would be
exhausting and inappropriate to delve
into every flicker of emotion that crosses
your being. While avoiding feelings will
be necessary to carry off some of today’s
tasks, do go back and acknowledge
them at some point.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You’ve learned
how to disarm your own fear before,
overcoming much bigger obstacles than
the ones you face now. It’s time to apply
the lesson to another area of life. It will
work the same way, and you will, once
again, prevail.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Share with
people who are not jealous and self-cen-
tered. Share with generous people who
will let you be the star of the hour when
it’s your turn. You don’t know enough of
these types.
Confederated Tribes of the
Umatilla Indian Reserva-
Child/Youth Advocate
Full time with benefits
package $28,583.88-
$29,500 annual DOE/DOQ
The Child/Youth Advocate is
responsible primarily for pro-
viding support and advocacy
services to child and youth
victims and secondarily to
adult victims of domestic vi-
olence, sexual assault, teen
dating violence, elder abuse
and stalking while work-
ing cooperatively with other
agencies to work towards es-
tablishing sovereign individ-
uals within and surrounding
the Confederated Tribes of
the Umatilla Indian Reserva-
tion. For Employment Appli-
cation or Vacancy Announce-
ment please visit the Tribes
website at http://ctuir.org/
tunities or call (541)429-7180
the position is open until
filled. (541)276-3165
651 Help Wanted
Check today’s classified
ads for excellent buys on
the items you need!
651 Help Wanted
The IT Support Specialist for
EO Media Group works under
the direction of the IT director
to maintain and trouble shoot
computer, network, pre-press
and telephone system issues.
Knowledge of networking and
configuring both Mac and PC
operating systems is required, as
is the ability to learn and teach
usage of propriety software.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You
enjoy being social when you’re ready for
it and in the mood to connect. But you
need your solitude just as much. Nothing
recharges you like the total silence that
allows you to hear your own thoughts.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). There’s
much good that comes out of being with
a person who annoys you. You won’t no-
tice what it is until later, but maybe it will
make your relationship better to know
that you’re being favorably shaped by
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Dread is
a function of taking on too much, or be-
lieving that you have. So, cut back on the
size of the step. You’ll either realize that
you’re able to do more now, or you’ll get
there more comfortably in time.
Send resume and letter
of interest to:
EO Media Group
e-mail :
Morrow County has an open-
ing for a full-time Legal Sec-
retary/Office Manager in the
District Attorney’s office in
Heppner, OR. Qualified appli-
cant must possess prior Legal
secretary experience. Wage
starts at $20.13 per hour plus
excellent benefits. For com-
plete job description and ap-
plication please visit Morrow
County online at www.co.mor-
row.or.us or contact Human
Resources at 541-676-5620.
Closes July 26, 2019. Morrow
County is an EOE.
CCS offers a harbor
to those seeking guidance
through personal trials. CCS
is committed to offering their
award-winning services all
over Oregon and behavioral
health care to four counties.
Since 2010, Lakeview Heights
has operated under CCS
and assist individuals with
acute mental illness as they
transition through life. It is an
innovative secure residential
treatment facility with an en-
gaging layout for customers.
Lakeview Heights uses cutting
edge services, such as equine
therapy, so an interest in this
is ideal, but not required. The
Clinical Supervisor will use
their management, commu-
nication and clinical skills
to lead our clinical team of
Lakeview Heights in Heppner,
OR. The Clinical Supervisor
will use their diverse abilities
to conduct assessments and
develop treatment plans.
This position requires the
supervisor to showcase their
expertise in quality individual,
group, and family counseling
services. You must have
a Masters degree from an
accredited college in social
work, psychology or other
human service related field
and five years in the delivery
of clinical services. You must
be a certified Mental Health
Investigator (or the ability to
obtain certification) and a
certified Protective Services
Investigator (or the ability
to obtain certification) with
knowledge of diagnosis, de-
tailed reports, and communi-
cate well diverse populations.
Enjoy competitive wages, with
excellent benefits and contin-
uous training. This is a fulltime
position. The pay range for
this position is $50,400 –
$75,600, DOEE. CCS has
a benefit package including
health, dental and vision
insurance, 401K, potential for
tuition reimbursement, student
loan forgiveness and paid li-
censure supervision. Position
is open until filled. EOE.
661 Childcare/Adult
Contact Rowan or Chloe
today to place your
classified ad!
We can highlight your ad
with color!
710 Pets & Supplies
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Pup-
pies, AKC, $950 Milton-Free-
water, OR. 509-520-5123.
Pups for sale
brindle or blond in color
8 weeks old
ready to go
$600 each
Spanish Mastiff and Anatolian
with some Great Pyrenees and
some Akbash.
Any questions call or text
828 Misc for Sale
Total gym for sale
This is a hands-on role, helping
staff overcome IT issues both in
person and by phone. Hours are
generally 8 am to 5 pm Monday
through Friday, but must be
available for emergencies after
hours. This position is based in
Pendleton, Ore., with occasional
travel to other company locations.
Background and driving records
checks required
Benefits include Paid Time Off
(PTO), insurances and a 401(k)/
Roth 401(k) retirement plan.
101 Legal Notices
101 Legal Notices
View all statewide legal notic-
es online at:
Bridge, and Public Works
Projects - Morrow County,
Morrow County, Oregon, re-
quests proposals from qual-
provide engineering services
for various County Road,
Bridge, and Public Works
Firms submitting
qualifications shall be consid-
ered based upon the following
general evaluation criteria:
A. Fee Schedule
B. Consultant’s Capabilities/
C. Labor & Equipment Avail-
D. Method of Approach
E. Response time to requests
F. Process to deliver requests
G. Method of file sharing
H. Process of project closeout
Copies of the Request for
Proposals may be obtained
from Morrow County, P.O.
Box 428, 365 W Hwy 74, Lex-
ington, Oregon 97839, (541)
989-9500 or Proposals may
be obtained with a request to
spointer@co.morrow.or.us, or
visit https://www.co.morrow.
or.us/ for more information.
Complete proposals will be
accepted at the same address
until 4:00 p.m., August 1, 2019.
Published July 13th, 20th
and 27th of 2019.
ERS will hold the following
hearing of public interest at
9:00 am on Wednesday, July
24, 2019, at the Bartholomew
Building in Heppner, Oregon.
Morrow County Communi-
ty Wildfire Protection Plan
(MCCWPP) 2019 Update.
The MCCWPP is a commu-
nity-based plan focused on
identifying and addressing
the local threat of wildfire.
The MCCWPP helps to iden-
tify areas at risk and provides
a roadmap of actions for the
community to address its wild-
fire risk. The 2019 MCCWPP
Update builds on the exper-
tise and information contained
in the 2014 MCCWPP and
provides important updates
including but not limited to
alignment with national policy
and strategies, risk assess-
ment, updated Wildland Ur-
ban Interface boundaries, and
updated maps.
Opportunity to voice support
or opposition to the above
proposal or to ask questions
will be provided. Failure to
raise an issue in person or
by letter or failure to provide
sufficient specificity to afford
the decision maker an oppor-
tunity to respond to the issue
precludes appeal based on
those issues.
The current and the proposed
DRAFT of the MCCWPP is
available at the Morrow Coun-
ty website by searching MC-
CWPP. For more information,
please contact Carla McLane
or Stephen Wrecsics at 541-
922-4624 or by email at cm-
DATED this 27th day of June
Published: July 13, 2019
Affidavit of Publication
101 Legal Notices
101 Legal Notices
United States Department of the Interior
Umatilla Agency
Post Office Box 520
Pendleton, OR 97801
Sale of Impounded Property
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Umatilla Agency
Reference: 25 C.F.R. 166.807
(25 U.S.C. 179 & 3701
Notice is hereby given that at least 144 unauthorized bee boxes
were found on Indian trust lands, specifically trust allotment 2017
or part of the S½NW¼SW¼ of Section 35, Township 3 North,
Range 35 East, Willamette Meridian, on the Umatilla Indian Res-
ervation. These bee boxes were impounded under authority of the
Bureau of Indian Affairs at the Agency, 46807 B Street, Pendleton,
Oregon, on July 1st, 2019.
The bee boxes will be offered for public sale to the highest bidder
on July 16th, 2019 at 10:00 am PDT at the location of tres-
pass approximately 20 miles east of Pendleton, Oregon at the
along Bingham Road. This public sale is being conducted under
the authority of 25 CFR 166.809 and 166.811.
The owners may redeem the bee boxes before the time set for the
sale following procedures listed in 25 CFR 166.810. Before the
owner will be permitted to redeem and regain possession of the
bee boxes claimed by them, they must show proof of ownership
and pay to the Bureau of Indian Affairs: (1) reasonable value of the
value of the products illegally used or removed plus, (2) penalty of
double the value of the forage consumed, (3) damages to Indian
trust property injured or destroyed and (4) all expenses incurred in
investigating the trespass and the impounding and caring of the
Any of the property not sold at public sale may be reoffered for
sale, con¬demned or otherwise disposed of as provided by regu-
lation 25 C.F.R. 166.811. The successful bidder will be given a bill
of sale to transfer ownership of the property.
If you have any questions or require further information, please
call the Superintendent at 541-278-3786.
Issued this 2nd day of July, 2019,
Published July 6th and 13th of 2019.
101 Legal Notices
This is a ground floor opportunity
for someone with basic
Information Technology skills.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The power
of repetition is real. Your brain depends
on it to build mental storage facilities
for all the facts, skills and life-enhanc-
ing practices you’ll be picking up in the
weeks to come. Repeat lessons often so
they’ll stick.
may not be totally sure what you want,
but you know where you belong. Putting
yourself where the love and inspiration
flow strongly will fortify your spirit and
sensitize you to the important things.
October’s financial boost helps the mis-
sion. A self-fulfilling prophesy unfolds
over 2020, so prophesize the best for
yourself. Scorpio and Capricorn adore
you. Your lucky numbers are: 5, 28, 14,
3 and 17.
Are you in pursuit
of an inspiring career that
encourages your community
members to thrive? Then
Community Counseling
Solution (CCS) is the place
for you! CCS offers a harbor
to those seeking guidance
through personal trials. CCS
is committed to offering their
award-winning services all
over Oregon and behavioral
health care to four counties.
A fulltime QMHP-CADC
to successfully lead this
position will be in command
of providing behavioral health
assessments, brief interven-
tions, case management, and
referral services to individuals
incarcerated or released from
the Umatilla County Jail. This
leader will be highly engaged
in joint-case planning and
referrals with other community
agencies. You must have:
Masters degree from an
accredited college in social
work, psychology or other
human service related field.
Must be a Certified Alcohol
and Drug Counselor (CADC),
level I or II. If you are not a
CADC, you must be able to
become certified within one
year of employment. Enjoy
competitive wages, with excel-
lent benefits. The pay range
for this position is $46,200
- $68,300, DOEE. CCS has
a benefit package including
health, dental and vision
insurance, 401K, potential for
tuition reimbursement, student
loan forgiveness and paid li-
censure supervision. Position
is open until filled. CCS is an
IT Support
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Everything
you’ve got going in your life right now
meets some kind of need, otherwise you
wouldn’t be doing it. As happy as you
may be, it’s still a positive and creative
exercise to consider other possible ways
handling those needs.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). The change
you are making could be threatening to
loved ones who like things the way they
are. They may be afraid that your self-im-
provement will alter your love for them.
Reassurances will be appreciated.
651 Help Wanted
101 Legal Notices
Notices under this classifi-
cation are required by law to
run in a newspaper of general
circulation. A notarized proof
of publication will be provided
for all notices. Some notices
may require pre-payment.
Deadline for submission is
2:30PM, three (3) working
days prior to required publi-
cation date. The East Orego-
nian will accept responsibility
for printing errors on the first
publication only.
Submit to:
211 SE Byers Ave.
Pendleton, OR 97801
Notice is hereby given that
East Improvement District
(“EID”) will hold a special
meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors on Tuesday, July 16,
2019, at 8:00 a.m. at the of-
fices of IRZ Engineering Con-
sultants located at 500 N. 1st,
Hermiston, Oregon.
Agenda items of the special
meeting include post-closing
issues, installation bids and
construction contracts.
Published July 13th of 2019.
Something for everyone in the Classifieds
101 Legal Notices
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of a Public Hearing to be held be-
fore the Umatilla County Planning Commission on Thursday, July
25, 2019 at 6:30 PM in the Media Room of the Justice Center,
4700 NW Pioneer Place, Pendleton, Oregon. A subsequent Public
Hearing before the Umatilla County Board of Commissioners is
scheduled for Wednesday, August 7, 2019, at 9:00 AM in Room
113 of the Stafford Hansell Government Center, 915 SE Columbia
Drive, Hermiston, Oregon.
PLAN MAP AMENDMENT, #P-124-19, co-adopt City of Hermis-
ton’s Ordinance 2271. The City of Hermiston requests the County
co-adopt City Ordinance 2271 amending the comprehensive plan
map from urbanizable to urban status for 71.02 acres on the north
side of East Theatre Lane and on the west side of Northeast 10th
Street. The City Council also adopted Ordinance 2272 annexing
said property effective upon co-adoption of Ordinance 2271. The
criteria of approval are found in Umatilla County Development
Code (UCDC) 152.750 - 152.754 and the Joint Management
Agreement between the City and County.
For further information concerning the above proposal, please
contact Elizabeth Ridley, Planner II / GIS, at the Umatilla County
Planning Department, 216 SE 4th Street, Courthouse, Pendleton,
Oregon 97801; telephone, (541) 278-6246; email, elizabeth.rid-
ley@umatillacounty.net, or Robert Waldher, Director, telephone,
(541) 278-6251; email, robert.waldher@umatillacounty.net.
Opportunity to voice support or opposition to the above proposal,
or to ask questions, will be provided. Failure to raise an issue in
a hearing, either in person or by letter, or failure to provide state-
ments or evidence sufficient to afford the decision maker an op-
portunity to respond to that issue, precludes appeal to the Land
Use Board of Appeals based on that issue.
Copies of applications, documents and evidence pertaining to the
hearing listed above, and all relevant criteria are available for in-
spection at no cost and will be duplicated at printing cost. A copy
of the staff report will be available for inspection or duplicated at
least seven days before the hearing. Hearings shall be governed
by UCDC, Section 152.772.
DATED THIS 13th day of July 2019