The Hermiston Herald and East Oregonian will have an extra pair of hands helping out in the newsroom this summer with intern Nada Sewidan.
A cuisine trend that started in Mexico and moved to California has now made its way to Hermiston.
Hermiston’s proposed budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year, featured on today’s front page, offered up a long list of new projects that the city will be bringing to Hermiston in the coming year.
Hair stylist Tricia Marquez waited for her next client.
For the first time in nearly two months, diners were able to sit down to eat at restaurants on Friday as Umatilla County entered phase one of Gov. Kate Brown’s reopening plan.
Hermiston residents who frequently travel Southeast 11th Street have asked what the previously empty storage building on the corner of 11th and Hartley Avenue will hold once it is done with re…
It will come a little later than expected, but Hermiston will get a new Vietnamese restaurant this summer.
Cottage Flowers announced last week that they are closing their doors after 32 years in business.
Hermiston-based Eastern Oregon Telecom has expanded its reach through a merger with Gorge Networks of Hood River.
LA GRANDE — The parent company of Bealls and other department stores filed Sunday for bankruptcy protection, unable to climb out of a financial hole the COVID-19 pandemic made even deeper.
PENDLETON — EO Media Group, an Oregon family-owned multimedia company, has established a Community Marketing Grant Program to assist businesses affected by COVID-19 restrictions in the markets…
What’s for dinner? “It depends on what’s available at the local market” is going to be the answer for a while.
Some projects in Hermiston have been put on hold thanks to COVID-19, but Larry Fetter, director of Hermiston’s parks and recreation department, says the new Funland playground at Butte Park is…
COVID-19 has put a halt to many things, but housing development is still going strong.
The Riverside Sports Bar has been closed for COVID-19, but once it reopens it will no longer feature exotic dancers.
UMATILLA COUNTY — Thirty-five Umatilla County businesses have received Paycheck Protection Loans through Umpqua Bank so far.
HERMISTON — As the first phase of reopening businesses in Oregon approaches on May 15, some Hermiston business owners want to see the government go much farther.
Starting a new business takes hard work and skill, but a little bit of luck doesn’t hurt too.
Welcome to “In the Works,” a new feature for this new iteration of the Hermiston Herald.
After years of families supporting local businesses, Hermiston Downtown District wants to show its support for high school seniors and their families.
Almost 12 years to the day the EO Media Group took ownership of the Hermiston Herald, the venerable paper is now undergoing another significant milestone.
It may include some familiar faces, but Simmons Health Insurance Partners is a new business for the Hermiston area.
All That Wood will soon feature none of that wood.
Growth at the Port of Morrow and in the greater Hermiston area helped spur increased power sales for Umatilla Electric Cooperative in 2019.
HERMISTON — As stimulus money helps prop up the economy, sole proprietors are getting left out of some types of help.
HERMISTON — The Umatilla Electric Cooperative Business Resource Center will host a two-part webinar (also appearing on Facebook Live) on the second round of stimulus funds for businesses on Mo…
HERMISTON — When the COVID-19 pandemic changed life in the United States, it changed what people eat, too.
UMATILLA COUNTY — A financial life preserver thrown to small businesses is out of money.
HERMISTON — COVID-19 is motivating people to pick up a trowel and get gardening.
Umatilla Electric Cooperative announced Tuesday that its board of directors approved the distribution of $2.5 million to the cooperative’s members in April.
Before the federal government opened up $349 billion in funding for small businesses on Friday, the city of Hermiston, Hermiston Chamber of Commerce and Hermiston Downtown District were encour…
UMATILLA COUNTY — Small businesses in Umatilla County now have another resource for some economic relief during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SALEM — Oregonians can now pump their own gas across the state after the Oregon State Fire Marshal suspended self-service regulations and implemented additional health and safety guidelines fo…