Hermiston’s annual Distinguished Citizens Awards is a gathering of mostly adults, but one of this year’s top honorees was noted as much for her youthful nature as for her service to the community.
The Umatilla Chamber of Commerce could take on a new look and a new relationship with the city in the near future.
Housing is a hot topic in Salem during this year’s legislative session, but Hermiston and surrounding communities have already started implementing solutions of their own.
In the months since Gorge Aviation Services took over management of the Hermiston Municipal Airport, the airport has expanded its services.
Rep. Greg Walden will visit Hermiston for a town hall on March 15.
The regular monthly fundraising breakfast of the Irrigon Multicultural Arts Center is this weekend.
A gathering to provide information about voter redistricting is planned in Pendleton.
A modern-day version of the Bible’s gospels, “Godspell” includes a roving troupe of actors who re-enact the parables through song, dance, mime and comedy.
The Inland Northwest Musicians continue to tune up as they celebrate their 20th anniversary season.
Organizers are already busy planning the 15th annual Me and My Prince ball.
Advance tickets are required for the 49th annual Distinguished Citizens Awards Banquet in Hermiston.
A group of Democrats that were meeting monthly in Hermiston have canceled upcoming gatherings.
A Boardman man who fled a rollover crash on Interstate 84 on Thursday night was found hours later, unresponsive and suffering from severe hypothermia about 4 miles from the crash.
HERMISTON — Rep. Greg Walden announced he will hold a town hall meeting in March in Hermiston.
Leaving a child in someone else’s care can be stressful for any parent, but it can be amplified by the challenges many families face finding a child care provider in the first place.
HERMISTON — Hermiston police Thursday arrested two suspects for robbery.
The 49th annual Distinguished Citizens Awards Banquet is Wednesday, Feb. 20 in Hermiston.
Former Umatilla County Commissioner Larry Givens said its time for the county to have a manager and part-time commissioners.
The snow and ice claimed a Main Street building as its victim Friday.
Firefighters are no stranger to scaling heights and putting themselves in strenuous situations to save others.
As Oregon communities struggle to fix housing problems, solutions sponsored by legislators on the west side of the state are drawing complaints from Eastern Oregon.
Echo School District has an unofficial policy: If it’s nice enough to go sledding, it’s nice enough to go to school.
Iowa State’s Sam Colbray and Oregon State’s Bob Coleman were teammates when Hermiston won the 2016 Oregon 5A state team title in wrestling.
Oregonians would no longer be compelled by employers to avoid off-duty use of marijuana under a proposal being considered at the Legislature.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Greg Walden announced he plans to hold a town hall meeting Monday in Boardman. The Republican from Hood River stated he is excited about continuing the series of p…
After school was canceled for Hermiston students on Monday, children and teens headed to Butte Park and other parts of the city to enjoy the snow.
Online dating has come a long way since Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan traded anonymous emails in “You’ve Got Mail.”
Retired truck driver
Individuals, businesses and government bodies booked the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center for a total of 210 events in 2018.
The public is invited to learn more about the importance of water as Craig Reeder discusses renegotiation of the Columbia River Treaty.
The upcoming Eastern Oregon Forum presents Our Music featuring J.D. Kindle and Friends.
Locals looking for a great dinner and a Mardi Gras vibe are invited to join the Knights of Columbus from Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church for their annual Pig Out dinner and dance.
Morrow County planning commissioners and staff have held three work sessions over the past four months to gather information about how renewable energy facilities are sited.
The February rehearsal meeting of the Buttercreek Boys has been postponed.
The inaugural DHS Cabin Fever for Kids event drifted in just in time, offering a respite from being cooped up in the winter weather.
With the recent winter conditions, The Arc Umatilla County postponed its annual valentine event.
Driving a car in the ice and snow can be nerve-wracking, so imagine driving an 18-wheeler in the stuff.
Tuesday, Feb. 5
HERMISTON — The snow won't let up for a few more days at least, but property damage from the inclement weather may not show up until a while later.
Downtown Umatilla is getting a new look.
Eastern Oregon Telecom President Joseph Franell jumped into the fray of Congress’ net neutrality debate Thursday.
Hermiston is only halfway through a cold snap, with a winter storm expected Friday night through Sunday morning. Eastern Oregon is expected to get another heaping of snow this weekend.
A program specifically for children up to 48 months old is offered weekly at the Hermiston Public Library.
UMATILLA — Two Rivers Correctional Institution reported that an inmate died on Thursday morning.
The man set to be charged with vehicular homicide in a crash that killed a Hermiston girl will likely face felony charges in a Thurston County, Washington, court.
Local crews with the Oregon Department of Transportation are ready to salt highways as more snow moves in to cover over the area.
Good Shepherd Medical Center has a new Emergency Medical Services director, Dr. Robert McCauley.
Above, Paegen Kang, 14, center, and Madison Kadyk, 13, both of Pendleton, sled tandem down a hill in Aldrich Park on Tuesday in Pendleton. Top, dark-eyed juncos use a snow-covered feeder off 1…
BOARDMAN — A California man was arrested at a Boardman truck stop Saturday morning for stealing a vehicle, but ended up with multiple charges.
A February snow storm can be good news or bad news, depending on who you are.
Tuesday, Jan. 29