- Yarn Club meets Saturdays and Thursdays at the Hermiston Public Library.
The decor through most of Two Rivers Correctional Institution is bleak.
Long, bare corridors made of cement floors flanked by off-white walls stretch endlessly through the prison.
In the medical area, it...
- The Stanfield city council meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the city council chambers, 150 W. Coe Ave.
- Disability Rights Oregon criticizes the Oregon Department of Transportation for lack of ADA-compliant curb ramps along state highways.
Every good romantic movie has a meet-cute moment where the two main characters see each other for the first time. Sometimes there’s a stolen identity or crazy mix-up involved, other times it’s love —...
Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley say they no longer believe Hermiston graduate Ryan Bounds is a “suitable nominee” for the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals after reading a collection of opinion pieces...
- Director Greg Smith says new EPA requirement could add four to seven months
- Mark Gomolski is a member of the school board for Hermiston School District.
- The former Umatilla Chemical Depot will be home to a National Guard training facility.
- The next Red Cross blood drive in Umatilla County is Monday in Milton-Freewater.
- Festival street construction begins Thursday
- Old editions of the Hermiston Herald provide some laughs and some perspective.
- Hermiston customers can track hourly water and power usage.
- The city of Hermiston and Kayak Public Transit are trying to spread the word about the free public bus system.
- A reuse project by the city of Hermiston inspired a new Umatilla water project.
The city of Hermiston will take on twice the control but also twice the risk on the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center after agreeing to take sole ownership of the project.
The Hermiston City Council and Umatill...
Some of Eastern Oregon’s biggest businesses get a tax break only they can access, but it comes with a catch.
The enterprise zone, an Oregon program that provides multi-year property tax exemptions on new in...
- The deadline to file for a council position is March 6.
- Priscilla Iliganoa Ena Boyd, 30, is survived by husband Cole Boyd and five sons
- Columbia Basin Electric Cooperative claimed the line would encroach on its exclusive service territory.
- Nakapalau was elected to an at-large council seat by eight write-in votes during the November 2016 election.
Echoes of the past on Hermiston’s Main Street are helping inform its future.
A project is underway to restore the old Union Club bar to its former glory, re-imagined for a new generation as a coffee shop by ...
- EOTEC did not meet multiple conditions of a parking variance issued for large events in 2017.
- The Hermiston parks and recreation department plans to have more music, art and theater at the re-named Hermiston Community Center.
- The Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center needs $1.2 million for equipment, storage and RV park.
- City, county will use $1 million annual revenue for water infrastructure project
- Jose Phillip Escobedo was born at 4:30 a.m. on Jan. 1.
- The Greater Hermiston Area Chamber of Commerce has moved to 1055 S Hwy 395 Suite 111, while the Hermiston Parks and Recreation department has moved in the Hermiston Conference Center.
- A full list of included beverages can be found on the Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s website.
- Runners and walkers gathered for a 5k at Riverfront Park on New Year’s Day.
- Some businesses and individuals turn to snow removal to bring in extra cash.
- VenuWorks will begin management of the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center Tuesday.
- A Hermiston two-year-old accidentally shot by his sibling is walking again.
- Mark Krawczyk moved from Texas with his wife Tammy to be Hermiston’s new finance director.
- Mark Leach works at the Hermiston Taco Bell through a job placement program with Horizon Project Inc.