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Hermiston Altrusa Awards Three Scholarships to Local Students

Altrusa International of Hermiston has announced the three recipients of this year’s Dorothy Juve Memorial Scholarship: Kami Wagoner, Kellie Zepeda and Trenton Dixon. The...
Methodist Church Street

Council Approves Parking Restriction

At the request of the First United Methodist Church, the Hermiston City Council passed a resolution prohibiting parking on the east side of the...
Hermiston vs. Marijuana

City Says It Will Go To Court To Block Pot Facility

The Hermiston City Council met in executive session Monday night to discuss their options regarding a proposed medical marijuana facility in downtown Main Street. Following...

Bank of E. Oregon, Fans Team Up to Support Local High Schools

Bank of Eastern Oregon is teaming up with fans in the area to support local high schools. By using the Bank of Eastern Oregon mascot...

Girls Scouts Lend a Hand to Those with PAWS

When the girls in Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington Troop 51413 sat down to choose a community project to go along with...
Good Shepherd Health Care System

Good Shepherd Offering Series of Wellness Workshops in January

If you’re looking to make 2019 the year to improve your health and quality of life, three wellness workshops offered by Good Shepherd Health...
Hermiston School District

OSPA Honors District HR Manager

Hermiston School District Human Resources Manager Donna Thomas was named Human Resources Specialist/Support Staff Professional of the Year for 2020. The award was given by...
Honor Tree Ceremony

A LASTING TRIBUTE

Family Memembers Honor Loved Ones with Trees A lasting and meaningful tribute was paid on Friday to several people who’ve made a difference in the...
Solar Array

UEC Receives $250,000 Grant for Solar Array

Umatilla Electric Cooperative has received a $250,134 federal grant to help offset the cost of its $2.5-million solar array at Umatilla. UEC received the second...

Umatilla to 'Slam Dunk the Junk' in April

The city of Umatilla is asking residents to “Slam Dunk the Junk” April 1-7. The idea of a city-wide cleanup continues to gain momentum after...

Man Charged with Trying to Sell Live Grenade

The Hermiston police helped the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) arrest an Idaho man who tried to pawn a live smoke...
Police Car

Diesel Fuel Spills onto Highway 395 After Two-Vehicle Collision

A HAZMAT team was called to the scene of an accident on Highway 395 in Hermiston on Monday after a pickup collided with a...

College Rodeo Finals Set for Today, Saturday

The nationally-ranked Blue Mountain Community College rodeo team will host the Northwest Intercollegiate Rodeo Finals today and Saturday (May 1-2) at the Farm City...
Pesticides

State Pesticide Program Gets New Resources

The Oregon Department of Agriculture’s Pesticides Program finds itself in a much stronger position to address issues and concerns from the public thanks to...

Hermiston Woman Arrested After Allegedly Assaulting Officer

A Hermiston woman is in jail today after assaulting a police officer Wednesday night. According to Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston, police officers were called...
Good Shepherd Health Care System

Good Shepherd to Provide New Nurses with Career Information

Good Shepherd Health Care System is inviting new registered nurses to an informational meeting on career opportunities on Wednesday, March 14 from 5:30 to...

E. Oregon Ag Summit Set for Oct. 15

Maxwell Event Center, 145 N. First Place in Hermiston, will host Dunn Carney’s 2019 Eastern Oregon Ag Summit on Tuesday, Oct. 15. The free half-day...

Hermiston Police Seek Public’s Help in Locating Wanted Suspect

The Hermiston Police Department is asking the public’s help in locating a wanted suspect. Lt. Randy Studebaker said the department is seeking the whereabouts of...
Baseball

Boardman Little League Meeting Scheduled for Jan. 11

There will be a meeting for the 2018 Boardman Little League season on Thursday, Jan. 11 at 6 p.m. at the SAGE Center. This open...

Fog Closes I-84; Snow Coming Thursday

The Oregon Department of Transportation has closed both directions of Interstate 84 between La Grande (Exit 265) and Pendleton (Exit 216) due to extreme...

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