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HERMISTON — After coming to a consensus to approve the rezoning of a property off of Highway 395, the Hermiston City Council will formally vote on the the proposition Monday.

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ECHO — Some might think American youths are too immature and self-absorbed to understand sacrifices made by our nation’s veterans.

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HERMISTON — A new program providing Umatilla County residents transportation to work sold 180 tickets in its first month.

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PENDLETON — Umatilla County’s charter is getting a pair of updates. And an ambulance service in Milton-Freewater got a big lift in Tuesday’s election with a new service district and higher tax rate.

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HERMISTON — The $82.7 million Hermiston School District bond has passed by a narrow margin, according to unofficial returns from Umatilla County.

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ATHENA — Oregon State Sen. Bill Hansell, R-Athena, announced Tuesday that he will seek re-election to the Oregon Senate for another four-year term.

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Election results coming late Tuesday night were not posted in time to make it in today’s print edition of the Hermiston Herald, which prints at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays. However, the results of the …

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Each year on Nov. 11, citizens across the country take time to honor those who have served in the nation’s military.

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HERMISTON — The sound of music and laughter from dozens of families filled the main commons of Hermiston High School Friday night in celebration of Dia de los Muertos — Day of the Dead.

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Kannon Osorio, 2, prepares to take his turn hitting the piñata on Friday night during Hermiston High School's Day of the Dead event.

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HERMISTON — When workers at Marlette Homes realized that October was both Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, they didn't choose just one cause. Instead, they …

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Area women are invited to get together for a time of fellowship and making simple seasonal crafts.

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HERMISTON — A Trump administration rule keeping recipients of public benefits from a green card is causing some immigrants to steer clear of needed services, according to members of Hermiston’…

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The annual Christmas Preview Sale of the Good Shepherd Medical Center Auxiliary’s gift shop offers a 10% discount on gift items.

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HERMISTON — When Marcus Engle took the stage during the Good Shepherd Community Health Care System Community Meeting on Wednesday night to talk about patient care, he was speaking from experience.

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HERMISTON — If giving approval for a $55 million budget sounds fun, the city of Hermiston’s Budget Committee has a few openings that might be right for you.

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ONTARIO — Oregon state Sen. Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario, announced Tuesday that he’s running for the seat in Congress being vacated by retiring Republican Rep. Greg Walden.

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The Hermiston Warming Station is feeling grateful for Wildhorse, Good Shepherd, Walmart Distribution Center, Umatilla Electric Cooperative and Tillamook for the generous grants received.

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Umatilla County Fair and Farm-City Pro Rodeo attendance ticked up in 2019 despite a thunderstorm that sent attendees scattering one night.

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While it might be a bit frigid out on Halloween, little ghouls, ghosts and goblins can participate in a number of safe trick-or-treat activities in the area. Business owners, schools, churches…

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Three times a year, the Hermiston School District Breakfast of Champions honors a select group of elementary schoolers for the quality of their character, their school improvement and their ac…

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As area educators were returning to their classrooms in September, Community Bank was collecting nominations for its new Apple Appreciation Awards.

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HERMISTON — In 2017, the opening of a new Holiday Inn Express kicked off a transformation of one of Hermiston's most visible intersections, bridging the city's east-west divide.

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Hermiston School District Superintendent Tricia Mooney was nominated for appointment to the statewide Quality Education Commission by Gov. Kate Brown.

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The Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center had a soft opening of its new Same Day Clinic, aka Sick Call Clinic, in Walla Walla.

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Certified counselors with the Oregon Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA) Program will be available to provide help with Medicare open enrollment.