Tim, Steve and George have slogged through the first two weeks of the NFL season, going 3-2 against the spread and bringing winners back to Umatilla County. With the Round-Up in the rear view mirror, the pickers prepare to focus solely on football and keep the streak of winning weeks going. This week, the gang picks: Baltimore -3.5, Denver -3, Detroit +3, Philadelphia -6 and Tennessee -2.5.
Host Emily Olson brings favorite Round-Up moments straight from the Round-Up grounds. Plus, news about statewide test scores, a Hermiston Franchise Tax and a group of local firefighters who returned home safe.
Tim Trainor, Steve Hill and George Plaven got out of the gate with a 3-2 week, and fairly good outcomes for their favorite teams. Can they keep the wins coming in Week 2? Listen in to some fun and laid back NFL talk from Eastern Oregon.
Join host Emily Olson for a conversation with reporter George Plaven about this week’s smoky skies and air quality. Plus, hear about DACA, an attempted kidnapping and a popular tale of unpopular turkeys in Pilot Rock.
Tim Trainor, Steve Hill and George Plaven make their season outlooks and Week 1 predictions.
Listen in as EO reporting intern Emily Olson talks with reporter George Plaven about the latest facility built in Boardman on land donated by the Port of Morrow. Plus, hear back-to-school news, a controversy over confederate flags and what life is like as a 109-year-old.
Tim and Steve are back for another year of Pigskin Pickers. Steve goes up to Seattle for the Seahawks’ battle with his beloved Vikings, while they both wrestle with the desire to dive full in for another season, or take a step back from a changing sport.
Emily Olson is back with this week’s top stories. Listen to an interview with photographer EJ Harris on eclipse coverage, plus information on a questionable Umatilla strip club, the decision to kill two wolves in Meacham and the challenges of rural health care professionals.
Emily Olson brings the week’s news from Eastern Oregon. Listen to an interview with reporter Antonio Sierra on two marches in Pendleton, as well as stories on the Future Farm Expo and one unusual wheat field friendship.