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Hermiston Parks & Rec Department Aims to Keep Everyone Active

Here’s another big batch of things to do and places to go this summer for young and old alike, courtesy of the Hermiston Parks...

Leave Young Wildlife in the Wild

Put it back. That’s the advice you’re likely to hear if you bring a young wild animal home to “take care of it” —...

Tribes: Pacific Lamprey Returning to Umatilla River in Record Numbers

Pacific lamprey, a prehistoric fish native to the Columbia River Basin and treasured by Native American people, are returning to Oregon’s Umatilla River in...

Pendleton Teen to Pay $50,000 Fine for Poaching-Related Convictions

An 18-year-old Pendleton man was sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to pay $50,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to a slew...

Gallery: 2018 Hermiston High School Graduation

More than 4,000 people packed into the Toyota Center in Kennewick on Thursday, June 7 to watch 342 Hermiston High School seniors - the...

Water Line Repairs to Impact Homes, Businesses Near 11th & Orchard

Water will be turned off to a number of homes and businesses in the area of S.W. 11th and Orchard and Highland Avenues for...

HHS Says Goodbye to the Largest Graduating Class in School History

A huge crowd watched as the largest graduating class in the history of Hermiston High School walked across the stage at the Toyota Center...

New Student-Built Home Features Latest in State-of-Art Amenities

State-of-the-art is the best way to describe the latest home built by the students in the Columbia Basin Student Homebuilder Program. The fourth home built...

Summer Season a Deadly Time for Teen Drivers, According to AAA

More than 1,050 people were killed in crashes involving a teen driver in 2016 during the 100 Deadliest Days, the period between Memorial Day...

3 Baseball Players Sign Letters of Intent to Continue Collegiate Careers

Three Blue Mountain Community College baseball players signed their National Letters of Intent Wednesday to continue playing baseball at four-year universities. Nate Cantonwine, a catcher...

New Hermiston Foundation to Fund Community Enhancement Projects

When Dennis Barnett arrived in Hermiston, he had with him $10,000 and a college education. Fast forward decades later and Barnett has nine children, a...

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