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Hermiston History: Beer kegs confiscated after police raid teen party
Hermiston History: Beer kegs confiscated after police raid teen party
From the archives of the Hermiston Herald
Contractor shortages delay projects big and small
Contractor shortages delay projects big and small
Umatilla County construction can take longer than expected when subcontractors are too busy to take on a new project.
Umatilla County sheriff explains support of Measure 105 to Hispanic Advisory Committee
Umatilla County sheriff explains support of Measure 105 to Hispanic Advisory Committee
Rowan said his support of repealing Oregon’s sanctuary status comes from a desire to work more closely with federal officials on cases where undocumented immigrants commit serious crimes.
Health & fitness event offers family fun
Health & fitness event offers family fun

The Teddy Bear Clinic will again be taking patients during the upcoming Family Health & Fitness Day.

The free health and wellness fair is appropriate for all ages. Jamie Crowell, a community health educator at Good Shepherd Health Care...

Cason’s Place celebrates first anniversary
Cason’s Place celebrates first anniversary

The unveiling of a new outdoor activity area at Cason’s Place is featured during the organization’s one-year anniversary.

The nonprofit organization provides grief support. It was founded to help children and families adjust to...

State of Safety looks to reduce gun violence

Raising awareness about safe gun storage and to encourage dialogue about what to do to reduce gun violence is the topic of an upcoming film screening and town hall meeting.

As part of a two-month tour, State of Safety is presenting the...

HHS class of ‘68 seeks classmates

Hermiston Senior High School class of 1968, where are you?

Organizers of the upcoming 50-year class reunion are seeking classmates who haven’t registered. There’s still time to sign up for the event, which runs Thursday through...

Cut a rug with dance classes

There’s still time to register for upcoming dance classes offered through Hermiston Parks & Recreation.

Two different classes are available the first four Wednesdays in October and are held at the Hermiston Public Library, 235 E.

Walla Walla VA celebrates Remembrance Day

A Remembrance Day event is planned at the Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center.

Veterans, their families and the general public are invited to honor former POWs and remember the MIAs Friday at 11 a.m. in the theater building, 77...

Fire district plans open house

The Umatilla Rural Fire Protection District is showing off its new equipment and sharing information about services they provide.

An open house is set for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Umatilla Fire Station 11, 921 Sixth St., located in...

Youth livestock auction set for Saturday

The public is invited to help support area youths from across Umatilla and Morrow counties during the Pendleton Jr. Livestock Show and Auction.

The event is Saturday at the Pendleton Round-Up Grounds pavilion, 1205 S.W. Court Ave. The show,...

Community bands together for Butch Parrish

A benefit event will help raise money for Butch Parrish.

Parrish, who has worked for the Boardman Police Department since 1995, was left paralyzed when injured in the line of duty while working for the Stanfield Police Department in 1994. Due to...

Hermiston School District sued for $38.9 million over concussion

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 head injury, leading to...

Date set for interim superintendent meet-and-greet
Mooney will speak to Hermiston community about school service, qualifications
Umatilla city manager candidates make their case
Projects continue to move forward in Umatilla as city searches for new manager
Hermiston man returns from 1,000-mile journey for CASA
Hermiston man returns from 1,000-mile journey for CASA
Charles Clupny walked 1,000 miles on the Camino de Santiago in France and Spain to raise money for Court Appointed Special Advocates.
HSD will hold forum for superintendent
HSD will hold forum for superintendent
Mooney to speak to Hermiston community about her vision for district
New program boosts water safety
New program boosts water safety
Hermiston School District, Parks and Rec partner on water safety for kids
Echo looking at sewer rate increase
Residents’ sewer bill could go up to $75 a month.
Hermiston students benefit from free breakfast
Hermiston students benefit from free breakfast
HSD implements free breakfast program for all students
Hermiston council considers water and sewer rate increases

The Hermiston City Council is planning to restructure water and sewer rates in October.

The city’s infrastructure committee has been working with engineers from Anderson Perry to create a capital improvement plan and look at how to raise...

Three minutes with Ester Diazbarriga
Three minutes with Ester Diazbarriga

Ester Diazbarriga

Assistant, ScrubsLife

When and why did you move to Hermiston?

When I was 10 — we had family here.

What is your favorite place to eat in Hermiston?

Pizza Hut

What do you...

Urban renewal will get own line on property tax statement
Umatilla County tax assessor says taxes will not go up as a result
Hermiston History: Explosion caused excitement 75 years ago
Hermiston History: Explosion caused excitement 75 years ago
Hermiston Herald History, Sept. 12-19
By the way: Airport under new management

The Hermiston Municipal Airport is under new management.

On Monday the city council approved a contract for Gorge Aviation Services to become the new manager of the airport.

Assistant city manager Mark Morgan said Hermiston...

Sermon from the mount
Sermon from the mount
Pierce preaches to Two Rivers inmates through breaking wild horse
Hermiston enrollment on the rise
Hermiston enrollment on the rise
Two largest districts have different challenges with growing populations
One Last Ride
One Last Ride
Hermiston man reaches Round-Up milestone
Umatilla business is truck reincarnation
Umatilla business is truck reincarnation
Umatilla business salvages wrecked trucks, resells parts
Library display features photography of Jack Simons
Library display features photography of Jack Simons

Jack Simons likes to get up close and personal with nature, which he chronicles from behind the lens of his camera.

Simons worked as an industrial arts instructor at Umatilla High School from 1979 to 1987, and later as an agricultural consultant...

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