Volunteers were out in full force on Saturday to show Hermiston a little love.
The city of Hermiston is accepting applications for the Funland Park Reconstruction Committee.
Judy Brown was channeling her inner Vincent Van Gough.
District to introduce dual language program to kindergarten for the 2019-20 school year
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…
County confident he can address property owners' concerns
City and county disagree on how to structure management of incentive system
25 YEARS AGO
The Maxwell Farmers Market will offer fresh produce and other local goods to Hermiston residents starting next Thursday.
It was heartbreak all over again for Hermiston on Friday.
The Hermiston city council awarded a contract Monday for an overlay of Hermiston Avenue.
Plenty of successful people attended community college.
Hermiston Assembly of God pastor
Ballots for the May 21 election are dribbling into the Umatilla County.
A Umatilla couple died inside their burning home Sunday evening in what appeared to be an accidental fire.
This week is National Police Week, and Hermiston-area residents have a chance to show their appreciation.
Umatilla County’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year will crest $91 million, an increase of almost $12.6 million from the ongoing budget.
The Stanfield City Council is holding a special meeting Tuesday after city manager Blair Larsen announced he is leaving for a position in another city.
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…
The former Hermiston Foods plant has a buyer.
The Oregon Humanities Conversation Project is teaming up with Blue Mountain Community College as part of the Arts & Culture Series.
The Hermiston City Council will continue their discussion about the future of the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center on Monday.
Fire early Friday burned through the children’s play area at Hermiston’s Funland Park.
The “I Love My City” campaign is gearing up for a work day and a combined community worship service.
A wine tasting event will help support the local Catholic Daughters of the Americas scholarship program.
A baccalaureate service to honor the class of 2019 is planned at New Hope Community Church.
A smartphone in every pocket has made it harder than ever to keep teens out of trouble.
The May movie event at the SAGE Center features a pair of screenings of “Toy Story.”
Crafters in the Pasture offers a day of outdoor shopping with vendor booths.
A tribute band from the Tri-Cities celebrates the music of the Eagles.
The lights are up a little and the volume is down for a sensory-friendly of “Pokemon: Detective Pikachu.”
25 YEARS AGO
With spring in the air, the Hermiston Art Festival is creating fresh excitement in the downtown business district.
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.
Hermiston High School’s colors are purple and gold, but on Wednesday the stands at Kennison Field were full of red.
Incidents of graffiti are increasing in some parts of Umatilla County.
For the Nycz family, everything about having a baby is multiplied by three.
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.
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.
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…
Strikes, spares and maybe even a few gutter balls helped provide needed funds to The Arc Umatilla County.
Altrusa International of Hermiston is responding to the needs of the hungry.
A free class is available to help develop strategies when dealing with behavioral challenges with aging Oregonians.
The public is invited to a disaster service volunteer response training.
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,…
Local author Carol Clupny will share about her recent memoir.
The Umatilla Museum invites the public to a flag ceremony.
Developers of a hotel in Hermiston received the OK for a federally backed loan of almost $9.5 million.
When Alex Garcia started working at Marlette Homes in Hermiston, the Vietnam War was in full swing and Richard Nixon had just been elected president.
The East Oregonian has hired a new editor who is no stranger to Northeast Oregon.
A Hermiston man injured his head Friday when he crashed a motorcycle.
People watch Cuarto Concepto perform on Saturday night at Hermiston’s Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Employees of Fruteria Piqui put together meals at a booth at Hermiston's Cinco de Mayo celebration.
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.
Music filled the fairgrounds all weekend long as Hermiston hosted its annual Cinco de Mayo celebration.