- William and Christy McMillen’s 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray beat out more than 240 other Corvettes for the Dealer’s Choice award at Corvettes on the Columbia in the Tri-Cities.
- Jennifer Armstrong plans to open private clinic after the Umatilla Hospital District decides not to renew her contract.
- School and daycare nutrition specialists learned new recipes at a regional, state-sponsored training Friday in Umatilla.
- One bridge at Umatilla has been closed for almost a year, while the other holds two-way traffic.
- Eastern Oregon Telecom’s new, larger offices are at 2180 S.E. Kelli Boulevard, Hermiston.
- Artie Kellar, Jr. was shot on a helicopter in Vietnam in 1969.
- The Hermiston city council discussed rules for using metal shipping containers as storage, and for accessory dwelling units such as guest houses and apartments over the garage.
- The incentive is available to all employees who have worked for the company at least 90 days, whether part-time or full-time.
A day at the pool or the beach can be relaxing, but for someone who doesn’t know how to swim, it can quickly turn deadly.
That’s something the staff of the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center is hoping to...
- Democrats are opposing the nomination of Hermiston native Ryan Bounds to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance movement has come to Umatilla County.
Gun rights advocates are collecting signatures to get an initiative on the November ballot that would restrict Umatilla County from ...
- A 26-year-old man was taken to Kadlec Regional Medical Center with a head wound.
- Hermiston seniors take Walk of Fame through old schools
- The Greater Hermiston Community Foundation will start giving grants after it raises $200,000.
- The city council also made adjustments to its garage sale ordinance.
- Hermiston experienced power outages on April 27, May 3, May 8, May 9 and May 16.
- In Umatilla and Morrow counties less than 50 percent of children who grew up in poverty escape it as adults.
- The company provides technological security measures against ATM fraud, trespassing and more.
- The Maxwell Market, Hermiston’s new farmers market, opened Thursday on the corner of South First Place and West Locust Avenue.
- Three quarters of school’s graduating seniors commit to continued education
- The Stanfield Spring Fling ran Saturday on Coe Avenue.
- Local business and governmental leaders met with representatives of the Oregon Business Council and Oregon Business & Industry on Friday.
- The Umatilla Chamber of Commerce held its Distinguished Citizens Award Banquet.
- Dozens of competitors battled it out Saturday in the first round of the Good Shepherd Community Health Foundation Open.
- Volunteers are needed to organize and direct entries for the 2018 Umatilla County Fair parade.
Two incumbents looked safe in their seats and newcomer Roy Barron was leading with 55.9 percent of the vote, but a three-way race for Ward 1 of the Hermiston City Council was too close to call when early election results...
- National Guard soldiers will be spending more time away from their employment under the National Guard 4.0.
- The Hermiston City Council meets Monday to give final approval to the budget passed out of committee Thursday night.
- Town south of Umatilla Army Depot had a brief life, including school, shopping center and community building.
- Two venue changes and a new opening date for Hermiston farmers market
- After city offers to host market on festival street, business owner comes up with new plan
- The city of Hermiston will host the 2018 farmers market instead of Mitch Myers.
- Mitch Myers, who was planning the 2018 Hermiston Farmer’s Market, said the city building inspector is holding up the needed permits for a new home for the market.
- Jordan Sammons rode Electric Avenue to victory Saturday in Hermiston as part of the Coastal Farm & Ranch Challenge of Champions Tour.
- City would like to develop parks, historic sites on thousands of acres inside urban growth boundary
- Hermiston’s Cinco de Mayo celebration at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center featured food, live entertainment and a carnival.
- The city of Umatilla and Umatilla County will each benefit from Strategic Investment Program payments from Amazon data centers.
- The Columbia Development Authority met Tuesday.
- Ralph “Butch” Parrish will fill the remainder of Pam McSpadden’s term.