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Pendleton,

city (1990 pop. 15,126), seat of Umatilla co., NE Oreg., on the Umatilla River, in the foothills of the Blue Mts.; founded 1869 on the old Oregon Trail, inc. 1889. A distribution and trade center for an extensive wheat, livestock, and timber region, Pendleton has meat-processing plants and flour, lumber, and woolen mills. Construction materials and transportation equipment are also produced. It is the headquarters for Umatilla National Forest and adjacent to the Umatilla reservation. The annual Pendleton Roundup rodeo, dating from 1910, is held in September. An agricultural experiment station of Oregon State Univ. is there.
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Pendleton Community Bank has been presented with Pillars of the Community Award by FHLBank Pittsburgh in recognition of the bank's commitment to community revitalization, the company said.
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PITTSBURGH: In recognition of its commitment to community revitalization, Pendleton Community Bank was presented with the prestigious FHLBank Pittsburgh Pillars of the Community Award.
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