Some Hermiston residents are still on high alert following sightings of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in the area this weekend.
Since water and sewer rates increased in March to pay for repairs and upgrades to the system, high water bills have been a hot topic on social media in Hermiston.
Campus Life, a religiously-based Hermiston nonprofit that provides activities for local teens, is holding a can and bottle drive to raise money for student leaders to go to a leadership camp.
West Nile virus, a flu-like disease spread by mosquitoes, has been detected in mosquitoes at a testing site in Umatilla County.
Summit to bring in U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, state legislators
UMATILLA — West Nile virus, a flu-like disease spread by mosquitoes, has been detected in mosquitoes at a testing site in Umatilla County.
A total of 137 vehicles glistened in the sun as the Hermiston Classics Car Club hosted the Cool Rides Car Show. In its 24th year, the event was held July 13 at McKenzie Park in Hermiston.
Award-winning Brewer’s Grade Band will play in Hermiston on Friday.
PENDLETON — A bet by concert promoters on the appeal of rap in a region where country music is king paid off Saturday night as about 17,000 people flocked to Pendleton Round-Up Arena to catch …
The creativity of local residents is showcased during the Umatilla County Fair.
Apricot A. Irving will read from her works during the upcoming First Draft Writers’ Series.
The state of Oregon’s largest veteran resource event is being held in Eastern Oregon for the first time.
There’s still time to make plans to catch up with the Stanfield High School class of 1969 during their 50-year reunion.
There’s still an opportunity to get in on drawings for a chance to win an admission voucher for the Umatilla County Fair and a carnival wristband.
A parking lot sale is planned to help support Eastern Oregon Mission programs and outreach.
UMATILLA — An inmate at Two Rivers Correctional Institution in Umatilla died early Monday morning, according to a press release from the Oregon Department of Corrections.
STANFIELD — The city of Stanfield and Oregon Department of Transportation will hold a community meeting Thursday to discuss planned changes to Highway 395.
A Umatilla family is hosting a shoe drive to raise money for RettSyndrome.org.
HERMISTON — In the middle of summer, Sandstone Middle School is the last place many kids would want to be. The exception stands for the 48 kids participating in Skyhawks STEM Sports Camp this …
HERMISTON — Hermiston’s most famous crop is shaping up nicely this year.
PENDLETON — Umatilla County is among the six Oregon counties to qualify for federal disaster aid in recovering from the April flooding. Federal officials also determined Curry, Douglas, Grant,…
The Board of Education unanimously approved a recommendation during Monday night’s school board meeting to put an $82.7 million bond measure on the ballot this November.
Easterday Farms, based in Pasco, Wash., has purchased the former Lost Valley Farm dairy and intends to reopen the facility with 28,300 total cattle.
Stanfield named the winners of its Fourth of July parade this week. See page A13 for photos from the holiday.
HERMISTON — The Hermiston City Council voted Monday to begin the process of pursuing a local improvement district that would pay for improvements to the South Hermiston Industrial Park.
HERMISTON — From Red Robin to Costco, everyone has a wish list of restaurants or stores they wish were closer.
HERMISTON — Hermiston police are asking the public for help finding Austin Lonnie Black after he ran from officers and dropped a gun that fired.
A Hermiston man was killed in a multiple vehicle crash on Highway 207 outside Circle K convenience store Monday.
BOARDMAN — Concern for children in America's classrooms, homes and border security permeated discussion at a town hall with Sen. Jeff Merkley in Boardman on Saturday.
The Energy Trust of Oregon will discuss its draft 2020-24 strategic plan during a pair of local meetings.
Kids are invited to create their own balloon-powered car during SAGE Saturday.
Patrons of the Hermiston Public Library have another way to communicate interest in particular books or other library materials.
An African safari theme is featured during vacation Bible school at Living Faith Center.
Hermiston’s longtime mid-summer festival is returning to its original roots.
Multi-instrumentalist Martin Gerschwitz performs everything from classical to psychedelic rock.
HERMISTON — The Board of Education unanimously approved a recommendation on Monday night to put an $82.7 million bond measure on the ballot this November.
The public is invited to strike up some fun during a bowling event to raise money for Domestic Violence Services.
The Hermiston High School class of 1999 is seeking fellow Bulldog classmates for its 20-year reunion.
Members of the Hermiston Classics Car Club are getting revved up for their annual car show.
UMATILLA COUNTY — The sun is setting on the disciplinary age of no desserts and time-out for children in trouble. It’s rising, instead, on a social emotional learning program called Conscious …
UMATILLA COUNTY — An interest in Columbia River water that could potentially supply the former Umatilla Chemical Depot is changing hands from the Northeast Oregon Water Association to Umatilla County.
PENDLETON — As the Pendleton Whisky Music Fest has grown, so has its kickoff party.
According to Made to Thrive, the Ambassador Soccer Camp is a favorite that the youths they support talk about all year.
HERMISTON — Umatilla County Fire District averaged a call an hour over the Fourth of July holiday.
HERMISTON — Last year, the Hermiston Police Department handed out almost 200 citations for operating a motor vehicle while using a mobile electronic device and for careless driving. Now, thank…
Umatilla County’s annual non-agricultural burn ban went into effect Monday.
Hermiston residents will see a tax break after Hermiston School District made a final payment toward all bond debt incurred prior to 2008 last month.
TUESDAY JUNE 25, 2019
‘Tis the season for burnt fingers and grass fires.
Parades, park activities and fireworks shows are planned in area towns to help celebrate Thursday’s Fourth of July holiday. Many events feature full day festivals. In addition, the Walla Walla…
The summer reading program is underway at the Hermiston Public Library.