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Hermiston, Oregon
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Mailing Made Easy

Mailing Made Easy Celebrates Downtown Location

The crew at Mailing Made Easy celebrated their official grand opening at their new Main Street location in Hermiston Thursday. Friends, associates and Hermiston Chamber...

Cities Offer Meals for Children and Adults

Fifty-eight children and eight adults enjoyed chili, cornbread, ice cream and a salad bar Thursday night at Umatilla High School. For the kids, the meal...

Berger to be inducted into wrestling hall of fame

Former Hermiston High School head wrestling coach Curt Berger will be inducted into the Oregon Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame on...
Madrigal Murder Update

Chief Gives Update on Year-Old Murder Case

It’s been nearly a year since Alonso G. Madrigal was shot and killed in Hermiston, but Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston said he there...
Giant rock on I-84

Volkswagen-Sized Boulder Falls onto I-84

A large rock, described as being the size of a Volkwagen Beetle, fell onto Interstate 84 about one mile west of Hood River Sunday...
Dog Costume Contest

Costume Contest Goes to the Dogs

Every dog has his or her day, but Saturday definitely belonged to Millie, a Great Dane from Pendleton who took the top prize at...
Kennison Field renovation project

Board gives go-ahead to contractor to begin Kennison project work

The Hermiston School District Board voted unanimously to approve construction of the $5 million Kennison Field renovation project and gave the go-ahead for work...
River Road accident

Crews Rescue Woman Following Hair-Raising Crash

Emergency personnel crews rescued an Irrigon woman whose car had gone off Old River Road Monday afternoon, landed upside down and wedged between the...

Man Busted After Returning to Scene of the Crime

Hermiston police arrested a man on Tuesday on several charges, including burglary, after he returned to a home he had allegedly burglarized earlier in...
Pendleton Hermiston Preview

Donors Bring Bronze Bulldog to Kennison Field

Amidst the bustling homecoming activities taking place at Hermiston High School during the week of October 14, a different commotion was taking place in...
Kennison Opening

Hermiston Has a Kennison Field Day!

On Feb. 11, a small crowd gathered in the grass next to the track at Hermiston High School to break ground on the Kennison...
Mosquito Treatment

District Sprays in Response to West Nile Virus

The West Umatilla Mosquito Control District conducted targeted aerial mosquito control spraying with a twin engine airplane after sunset on Sunday. The application took place...
Powerline Realignment

ODOT Unveils Powerline Road Plan

In January 2015, construction will begin on a project to move the intersection of Powerline Road and Highway 730 in Umatilla. Earlier this week, Tim...
Hermiston on the Rise

Hermiston No. 2 on List of Oregon Cities on the Rise

The folks at Nertwallet.com have crunched the numbers and like what they see when it comes to Oregon in general and Hermiston in particular. A...

Good Shepherd's Burke Named 'CEO to Know'

Dennis Burke, president and CEO of Good Shepherd Health Care System (GSHCS), has been named one of the CEOs to Know by Becker’s Hospital...
Grimm Den

Inside Hermiston's Underground Music Scene

The Grimm Den Promotes Up-and-Coming Bands Tucked away on the outskirts of Hermiston sits an unassuming old building that most people don’t even know exists...
Beach and Beef

Crab Feed Raises $30,000 for Ed Foundation

About 420 people braved the snow outside to celebrate the Wild West and support the Hermiston Education Foundation on Saturday. The fifth annual Beach &...
FDR

Tickets on Sale for Ed Asner's FDR Performance

Thanks to the ongoing efforts of the Desert Arts Council, history will come to life on Oct. 15, 2013 when Ed Asner brings his...
Cyndie Traner Mercantile

Celebrating the Past with an Eye to the Future

Cyndie Traner's Mercantile Seems Like Old Times Store owner Cyndie Traner celebrates the past while working on big plans for the future. Traner’s store, C and...
iCan-Bike 1

Bike Program Gives Kids New-Found Independence

Most of us learn to ride a bike around age 5 or 6. It’s a rite of passage in early childhood that represents no...

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