The Linfield University dean’s list for fall term 2022 includes 575 students. Oliver Rodriguez, a political science major from Hermiston, received the academic honor by earning a grade point a…
For an enchanting time in Boardman, boys and girls 12 and under are invited to enjoy a magical night of dancing, games and refreshments with the VIP in their life — mothers, fathers, grandpare…
If things aren’t adding up, the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program is available in Hermiston and Boardman.
The public is invited to enjoy a surf and turf dinner during the Follow Your Art fundraiser hosted by the Hermiston Education Foundation.
Read all about it — or better yet, make plans to see “Newsies: The Broadway Musical” at Hermiston High School.
Library patrons throughout Umatilla County can donate food to have their overdue charges forgiven during Food for Fines.
LA GRANDE — Eastern Oregon University recently announced that its 2022 fall term dean’s list included 572 students.
HERMISTON — Chapter 10 of the Oregon School Employees Association is offering a pair of $500 scholarships to assist students in furthering their educational pursuits.
HERMISTON — Items for the live and silent auction for the upcoming Hermiston Campus Life fundraiser are being accepted.
Everyone who took the stage at the Umatilla County Fair Appreciation Dinner expressed their gratitude for the hard work being done by other people. Even award recipients, like Ian and Lindsay …
As he approached our region, William Martin thought he knew what to expect.
Stanfield Mayor Susan Whelan is asking young people what they would do in her situation.
Dedicated to empowering women, the Northeast Oregon Chapter of Hikerbabes and Walk It Out Hermiston boast hundreds of participants.
The fall 2022 Dean's List at Pacific University includes Adriann Stewart of Hermiston.
You still have a couple of days to purchase tickets for the Melonville Comedy Festival. In its 29th year, the laughs are Friday, Jan. 27, 7 p.m. at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center, 1…
According to RoseZey Redwine, she finds peace when she does her work. A painter and photographer, she is the Hermiston Public Library’s artist of the month for January. A couple of paintings a…
A pair of local students received academic recognition for the 2022 fall quarter at Spokane Community College.
Several local students received academic honors for fall term 2022 at Southern New Hampshire University. Students must earn at least 12 credits to qualify for the honor roll.
HERMISTON — The riveting story about a slave who later became America’s first black Catholic priest will be presented in Hermiston.
Young artists up to age 19 are invited to select their best work and enter it in ArtWORKz Junior Art Show & Competition.
The Umatilla School District held a grand opening Jan. 7 for the new AWS Think Big Space at Umatilla High School.
BISMARCK, N.D. — The fall semester 2022 President's Honor Roll at Bismarck State College includes Angela Richman of Hermiston, who earned a 4.0 grade point average. To receive the recognition,…
The Echo Public Library's book club meets every second Wednesday of the month. It was started by a librarian who enjoys reading.
Trucare Pregnancy Clinic got a boost just before the end of the year as Johnny Otis, of the Blue Mountain Insurance Professionals, presented a $2,500 check to the organization.
The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for the 53rd annual Distinguished Citizens Awards Gala. The event is March 1, 6 p.m. at the Hermiston Community Center. Ticket sales will be announced.
Stanfield students can tell the world what they would do if they had political power.
The Hermiston Cultural Awareness Coalition presented the 2023 Annual MLK March. Speeches began at Hermiston City Hall, continued with a march through downtown Hermiston and resumed with additi…
Nonprofit organizations and projects designed to improve the quality of life and health needs of people in the local area are invited to apply for a Good Shepherd Community Health Foundation grant.
With a cornerstone of serving the community, the Hermiston Lions Club is preparing to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Calling all skiers and snowboarders, Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort is kicking off its 60th anniversary with Throwback Thursday. Hit the slopes on Thursday, Jan. 12, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with $2 li…
After a hiatus because of the pandemic, SAGE Saturdays are back.
Applications for scholarships for the 2023-24 academic year are being accepted by the Blue Mountain Community Foundation.
A support group for anyone impacted by Parkinson's disease is available in Hermiston.There is no fee to attend, which meets on the third Wednesday of each month. The upcoming gathering is Wedn…
Preparations are in the works for the 16th Me and My Prince Ball that will be held May 20 at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center in Hermiston.
Rockhurst University recently announced its fall 2022 semester dean’s list. Carson Bradshaw, a 2022 Hermiston High School graduate, was among those who received recognition for achieving a gra…
Not all war heroes are made on the battlefield. Some rise up from humbler surroundings.
The pickleball craze is sweeping the nation, and the sport has found a niche in Eastern Oregon.
The senior class at Umatilla High School already have their sites on turning the tassel. However, prior to the June 3 ceremony, they are hoping to put up lamppost banners on the city's main st…
People are invited to participate in the 23rd annual Martin Luther King March in Hermiston.
A trio of comics are preparing to tickle your funny bone at Melonville Comedy Festival.
A new charitable group is gathering support for local nonprofit organizations — 100+ Women Who Care — Eastern Oregon held its inaugural event on Dec. 1 at Midway Bar & Grill.
Made to Thrive wrapped up its seventh holiday season, serving 236 kids through its Christmas giving program. Executive Director Kriss Dammeyer said it was the nonprofit organization’s largest …
Kids and their families are invited to put their art, sensory and science skills to the test during SAGE Saturday.
Special Needs Families Connect invites people to the weekly Special Needs Open Gym. It is each Sunday, 1-2:30 p.m., at the Pendleton Recreation Center, 500 S.W. Dorion Ave. There is no admissi…
A pair of local nonprofit organizations received support for its programs, thanks to generous donations through the annual Community Bank Charity Drive.
Marie Pratuch of Pendleton is a contemporary ceramicist who creates classic and rustic shapes with a sense of delicacy and ingenuity to her craft.
A pair of Christmas parties closed out a year of community support in providing activities for area foster youths and resource families through the Oregon Department of Human Services Child Welfare.
Mark your calendars and get ready to Follow Your Art. The 12th annual surf and turf dinner fundraiser will benefit the Hermiston Education Foundation.
PENDLETON — Blue Mountain Community College recently announced its fall term 2022-23 honor roll. Recognition went to the following full-time students:
With the last days of 2022 ticking away, people have a variety of options to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
GHCF encourages year-end gifts
Flames from the candles on Jim Voss’s birthday cake lit up the room. However, it didn’t match the melon-sized smile on the 90-year-old Hermiston man’s face.
While we might be more concerned with being left out in the cold, we all know the sweltering heat will return. Hermiston Parks and Recreation has just the thing to help you beat the heat durin…
The fall semester dean’s list at Missouri Valley College includes McKenna Christensen.