The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office alerted recent customers of the the Space Age Travel Center near Hermiston to check their accounts for suspicious activity after the discovery of a fake credit/bank card skimmer. Undersheriff Jim Littlefield said so far no victims have come forward.
The Mid-Columbia Conference spring sports season began with snow on the ground, but Hermiston High School did not let that deter it from trying to get its facilities playable for its athletes.
While their peers are in class each morning, Jazmin Macias and Kamryn Cooke are in a clinic across town, using stethoscopes and taking vital signs.
The Crooked Dawg, left, and Klamath Dawg, right, are on the menu at the new River Dawgs in Umatilla.
Officials from the Pendleton and Hermiston school districts prefer governor's budget proposal
A group of Hermiston soccer players are going to Hawaii this summer, but they’ll need some help to get to their destination.
From the Hermiston Herald published Thursday, March 23, 1944:
It was a cool spring night March 21, 1944 when Kenneth Fraser took a crew of civilians out to igloo B-1014 at the Umatilla County Ordnance Depot just outside Hermiston.
Each Tuesday for the rest of the legislative session, Umatilla School District’s teachers will be wearing “Red for Ed.” Staff and school board members will be wearing red shirts to support sta…
A large boom crane is being used to install a new culvert on Southwest First Street on Tuesday in Hermiston. Work is expected to continue through the end of March.
At “Futures Week,” Hermiston High School students got to see what life might look like after high school.
Students and their parents are invited to learn more about college and career options during the College & Career Family Night.
Umatilla County fell and Morrow County improved in a national report that scrutinizes health behaviors.
A Hermiston youth drama program is pairing a theatrical workshop experience with a dinner theater production.
Baked goods and books will be available for purchase during a fundraiser hosted by the Irrigon branch of the Oregon Trail Library District.
All youths in Boardman and Irrigon are invited to audition for an upcoming production of “The Frog Prince.”
Secondary students in the Hermiston School District recently held building-wide contests for the Oregon Battle of the Books.
A local artist is hoping to increase art opportunities for young people by opening an art studio in Stanfield.
A 6-year-old boy died Saturday in Stanfield of natural causes, according to police.
Hours after President Donald Trump signed his first veto, Rep. Greg Walden’s vote in favor of the vetoed bill was on a lot of minds in Hermiston.
Blue Mountain Community College will not increase its tuition for the first time in 23 years while facing a $1.8 million budget shortfall.
The Morrow County Health District is excited to show off the newly remodeled Irrigon Medical Clinic.
Tech Tech Goose Gaming will open its doors in Hermiston on Thursday.
The game of chess is more than just moving pieces on the board. There is an art to the game, and more moves than offseason baseball.
The next person who gets lost or stranded in Umatilla County could get help from the SARbot.
HERMISTON — Food truck vendors interested in participating Hermiston's new food truck pod this year are invited to an informational meeting Monday.
A state prison inmate slipped his cuffs on a transport bus in Eastern Oregon and attacked another inmate.
Public records are a powerful tool for investigative journalists, but they’re available to anyone.
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The public is invited to show their appreciation to those who have served in the military.
The Northeast Oregon Home Builders Association is offering a pair of $1,500 scholarships to help educate and train individuals in a field related to the building industry.
Hermiston teens aren’t sure they’re ready to vote yet — but the students in one social studies class thoughtfully debated the pros and cons of lowering the voting age to 16, something that cou…
The Hermiston School Board approved its budget planning parameters at a meeting Monday night. Overall, the board planned for slight growth in the next year, but remained conservative in its sp…
The Hermiston city council on Monday cleared hurdles for a new chamber of commerce building, new school and new water tower.
In Tuesday morning math class, Brittany Mustoe moves around the room, checking in with students as they work, and high-fiving them when they get an answer right.
It’s time to have a wee bit o’ fun as Heppner rolls out the green carpet for its annual St. Patrick’s weekend.
When Parkinson’s disease started to challenge her active lifestyle, Carol Clupny didn’t merely sit down.
Hermiston students will end school three days later than planned and teachers will see a couple of schedule adjustments to make up for February snow days and delays.
Using online resources, BMCC calculates it saves its students $1 million.
The upcoming Eastern Oregon Forum features a presentation about federal employment and the regional impact of government shutdowns.
Hardback volumes are 50 cents each and paperbacks are 25 cents during the upcoming book sale at the Umatilla Public Library.
Special weekly services during lent are being held at St. John’s Episcopal Church.
A simple fundraiser idea turned into a group workout challenge after Hermiston Club 24 manager Darla Irwin decided to help raise money for cancer research.
A.L. Maxwell — we raise a glass to you.
Diane Berry is retiring as Echo city administrator.
Umatilla, Stanfield and Echo are holding an open house to discuss housing with members of the public.
Umatilla High School is one of more than a thousand schools across the United States to receive funding from Amazon, and will use the money to start offering computer science classes in the fall.
Long before children step into a classroom, or even take their first steps, they’re building relationships and absorbing information that will shape how they behave later in life.
Don’t forget Rep. Greg Walden is coming to visit Hermiston on Friday, hosting a town hall from 4-6 p.m. at the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center.
There’s still snow on the ground at the Hermiston Family Aquatic Center, but the search for lifeguards is warming up.
Awards honoring outstanding nurses from Oregon and southwest Washington for their care and compassion will be presented in nearly 20 categories.
The state has placed new requirements on cities considered “severely rent burdened,” but Hermiston and Pendleton don’t fit that criteria.
The paintings that will be on display at Good Shepherd Women’s Center this month are more than just decorations.
Jeff and Ashley Umbarger know Campus Life can do good things. It’s where they met.
It took a little longer than expected, but the Maxwell Siding Pavilion is finally ready.