- Hermiston firefighters assist with massive California wildfire
- Hermiston navigates special education changes after split from ESD
- Hermiston students create app with goal of helping recognize missing people
As of 11 p.m. Tuesday, George Murdock had a 500-vote lead over challenger Rick Pullen in his bid for another term on the Umatilla County Board of Commissioners.
That lead is enough to secure the position after an e...
Many people balance military service with parenthood. But having to breastfeed while wearing a bulletproof vest is an experience that belongs to a limited group of service members.
For Juana Ortiz, filling out her ballot on Friday morning was a special occasion.
The longtime Hermiston resident was voting in the U.S. for the first time, after becoming a citizen in 2016.
- Brent Pitney appointed as newest member of Hermiston School Board
- Hays teaches inmates at TRCI, draws on own background
- Four Hermiston students medal in Veterinary Sciences
- Hermiston man changes plea to guilty for June stabbing
- New ratings put Umatilla County schools around, below state average
Most people in Hermiston have noticed the gas station on Highway 395, with broken windows and an awning in shambles, and wondered why no one has taken it down.
As Hermiston’s code enforcement officers will t...
- Hermiston Head Start classes get kids ready for social, academic sides of kindergarten
- Hermiston High School hosts Ron Wyden for town hall meeting
- Hermiston adds one code enforcement officer, will target livability and beautification issues
Oregon has long been known as the “no-sales-tax” state. In November, voters will decide if they want to keep it that way.
Measure 103 proposes a constitutional ban on taxing all grocery items within t...
- Cancer treatment is going well for Hermiston homecoming princess
- Hermiston Marching Band prepares for late-season competitions
- Rocky Heights Elementary School performer kicks off arts fundraising week
- Umatilla, Morrow counties consider future public transit developments
- Port of Morrow qualifies for statewide program to develop industrial site
- Montana man arrested in Hermiston, incident started in The Dalles
- Hermiston Homecoming a time for school spirit, community
- Hermiston provides public stations, parents can check grades
- Hermiston sees slight uptick in test scores
- Mooney is Hermiston’s new superintendent
- Umatilla, Morrow courts mirror statewide need for indigenous interpreters
- Umatilla students put junk food, photos in time capsule
- Hermiston superintendent to be hired, board member resigns
- Students speaking only Mam, Q’anjob’al and K’iche’ coming from Guatemala
- Stanfield School District will go for bond in May 2019
A Hermiston family is suing the Hermiston School District, several coaches and an athletic trainer for $38.9 million, claiming district athletics staff in 2016 allowed their son to play a football game after sustaining a...