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A memorandum of agreement between the Columbia Development Authority and the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation puts the former Umatilla Chemical Depot one step closer to l…

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The Maxwell Farmers Market will offer fresh produce and other local goods to Hermiston residents starting next Thursday.

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Umatilla County aims to hold private, individual meetings with approximately 20 property owners to find ways to mitigate the effects of improvements along Hermiston’s Airport Road. The propert…

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The Hermiston City Council will continue their discussion about the future of the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center on Monday.

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Sunridge Middle School teachers and staff wave to parents dropping off students while taking part in a walk in as part of a statewide protest of school funding on Wednesday in Pendleton.

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After spinning out wild fantasies in "The Wizard of Oz," Hermiston High School's drama department returns to the stage Friday with a much more realistic tone.

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The Cruisin’ for Scholarships Car Show is revving up for its seventh year. The fundraiser helps support Blue Mountain Community College’s Diesel Technology Program.

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The Echo Kiwanis Club is hosting a Cleanup Day.The event is Saturday, May 18 beginning at 8:30 a.m. Club members will collect yard debris and other trash and garbage. However, regular trash an…

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Hermiston High School students in the Oregon Teacher Pathway program will present a gallery walk of presentations. The community is invited to attend the third annual Research Night Wednesday,…

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People watch Cuarto Concepto perform on Saturday night at Hermiston’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.

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Employees of Fruteria Piqui put together meals at a booth at Hermiston's Cinco de Mayo celebration.

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Logan Harms, left, throws a ball at the dunk tank at Hermiston's Cinco de Mayo celebration on Saturday. The dunk tank, sponsored by Walmart, raised money for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.