- Students learn programming, building skills in new Echo robotics program
- Aggravated assault is up, most other violent crime stable or down
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 —...
- Young team finds footing, eager to grow cheer program
- Hermiston, Heppner students play chess for a shot at state tournament
- Hermiston will have same spring break as Washington schools
- After series of complaints, Stanfield Police issues three citations to 3D Idapro
- Alleged abuse happened as Robert Weems, 42, left The Dalles for elementary job in Boardman
- Former police officer now teaches safety lessons for UCFD
- Stanfield principal to assume superintendent role next week
- Majority of people involved in Thursday crash released from Good Shepherd
- Umatilla increases rate by 10 percent, touts follow-through from high school principal
- Teachers say aligning schedule with Washington only benefits high school sports
- DUI identification includes specific drug recogition training
- Students will perform, receive choral lessons and record music
- Mental health provider will bring in outside consultant, appoint coalition
Umatilla County’s mental health provider has been given until Feb. 20 to make key changes to its crisis services or risk losing its contract.
Lifeways Inc., the community mental health program in Umatilla C...
- Marchers celebrate King, discuss importance of carrying on message
- Indian, Japanese, Italian restaurants open in Hermiston in the past year
- Rural gas stations now allowed to offer 24-hour self-serve gas, but many say nothing will change
- Mejia-Puerta will attend Ivy League school
Twenty-two acts graced the stage at the Hermiston High School swim team talent show Saturday night, treating the audience to music, dance and a little comedy.
With performances from elementary school children to co...
- Jacobsma was in first year as DVES principal
- Restaurant owners bring steakhouse, Indian food under one roof
- Prevention, risk reduction big parts of program
- A smaller crowd enjoys Community Fellowship Dinner
At the end of our last Leadership Hermiston class, we explored a topic I hadn’t expected to touch on so early: is it important to be recognized for the good you do?
It was in the context of a yearlong class ...