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Umatilla

(ŭm'ətĭl`ə), river, c.85 mi (140 km) long, rising in NE Oreg. in the Blue Mts. It flows W past Pendleton, then NW to the Columbia River at the city of Umatilla (1990 pop. 3,046). The Umatilla project taps two of the river's tributaries for irrigation.
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James Anthony Bennett was arrested this month on four counts of arson and two counts of armed burglary after a joint investigation by arson detectives from the Florida Department of Financial Services, the Lake County Sheriff's Office, and the Umatilla Police Department.
The new route is adding more than 600 route miles connecting Umatilla, Oregon, with Reno, Nevada, a fast-growing data center hub.
But a sight you might not expect to see might be the bright colors and fluffy ruffles of the leotards and batons belonging to the members of Dee's Dolls, a twirling studio run out of Umatilla Ace Hardware by co-owner Dee Ann Wilson.
Umatilla County counsel Doug Olsen said the club is in violation of land use regulations because it lacks a permit to operate.
Umatilla County was awarded a Plan4Health grant for its departments of public health and land use planning to launch projects designed to increase physical activity and promote healthy eating.
Umatilla Dace comprised 3.8% (n = 163) of the 4314 fish collected in the Colville River watershed by Mettler (2014).
There's a swamp in the Umatilla Indian reservation near Pendleton, Oregon, that makes people who live near it nervous.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (Oregon DEQ) will accept public comments until July 15 on its proposal to renew the Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility's hazardous waste permit.
Close published the finding of his research, supported by the Confederated Tribes of Umatilla and the Bonneville Power Administration, in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences Early Edition in July.
This destruction completes efforts to destroy VX stockpiles at six disposal sites: Anniston; Newport, Indiana; Pine Bluff, Arkansas; Tooele, Utah; Umatilla, Oregon; and Johnson Island (800 miles southwest of Hawaii).