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MISSION — Kayak Public Transit is back up and running along local routes as of Thursday, June 4, according to a press release from the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. 

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HERMISTON — Northeast Oregon residents experienced power outages and property damage following winds of more than 70 mph on Saturday, May 30.

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HERMISTON — More than 100 people came out to the festival street in downtown Hermiston on Saturday in defiance of COVID-19 guidelines against large gatherings for a “freedom rally,” subsequent…

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One woman’s retirement dream turned into a nightmare this month when she lost her life savings and her home to wire fraud.

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HERMISTON — City budgets lay out a road map of projects for the upcoming fiscal year, but Hermiston City Manager Byron Smith told budget committee members Thursday that the city may have to ma…

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When one group of Hermiston-area residents rallies on May 30 to protest restrictions put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19, some essential workers those rules could help protect are plan…

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UMATILLA COUNTY — As the county continues grappling with the far-reaching affects of COVID-19, some are still dealing with the impacts from February flooding that devastated much of Umatilla County.

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Ballots have been mailed out for the May 19 primary election in Oregon, and voters of all parties will have a chance to vote for a candidate to replace Umatilla County Commissioner Bill Elferi…

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UMATILLA — Umatilla School District Superintendent Heidi Sipe has been appointed to a national task force to assist school districts through COVID-19 closures.

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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.