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UEC Taking Registrations for 2024 Hydromania Summer Science Camp

Umatilla Electric Cooperative is now registering students for the free 2024 Hydromania Summer Science Camp. The camp is designed for students who have completed the...

M.C. Sheriff’s Office Confirms Missing Toddler in Heppner Found Safe

The Morrow County Sheriff's Office confirmed a searcher Sunday morning, June 9, found the boy who went missing the night before in Heppner. The sheriff's...

FBI Warns Public to Beware of Scammers Posing as Federal Agents

By Lynne Terry/Oregon Capital Chronicle Beware of FBI agents seeking bags of cash – or gold. The FBI’s Portland division warned the public about an increase...

Keg & Kork, Maple Moose Coffee Co., Now Open on Hermiston’s Main Street

If the first day was any indication, Main Street Keg & Kork and Maple Moose Coffee Co., in Hermiston have a bright and profitable...

Hermiston High School Says Goodbye to 368 Graduating Seniors

A packed house cheered on 368 Hermiston High School seniors Thursday night as they received their diplomas at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, Wash. Gisselle...

HHS Hosts First Advanced Business Procedures Networking Social

Hermiston High School held its first annual Advanced Business Procedures (ABP) Networking Social at the Next Chapter Book Store and ended the event at the...

Looking Out For the Vulnerable

On Dec. 23, Ki Soon Hyun, an 83-year-old woman with memory issues, moved into the Mt. Hood Senior Living facility. Two days later on Christmas...

CTUIR Honors Historic Cayuse 5 in Oregon City with Monuments

The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) and Oregon City officials on Monday, June 3 honored five Cayuse men who were wrongfully...

Umatilla County Fair Office Returns to E.O. Trade & Event Center

The Umatilla County Fair office has returned to the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center, 1705 E. Airport Road, Hermiston. With the theme “A Blue Ribbon Future,” this...

Pump Prices Continue to Decline as Hurricane Season Begins

The national and Oregon averages for a gallon of regular gas have fallen to their lowest prices since March. The driving factors are lower crude...

Boardman City Council Approves Garbage Rate Increase

The Boardman City Council voted to increase garbage rates at its June 4 meeting. Kevin Miracle of Sanitation Disposal requested the rate increase from the...

COPES to Host Grand Opening of Hermiston Peer Center on June 10

The Community Outreach Prevention Engagement Services invites the public to the grand opening of the new site of its Hermiston Peer Center The celebration is...

Hermiston Drug Boasts Surviving Soda Fountain and Snack Bar

 It could be a snack bar that doubles as a soda fountain or perhaps it’s a soda fountain that doubles as a snack bar. Either...

CTUIR Names Two Interim Deputy Executive Directors

Interim Executive Director J.D. Tovey on Friday, May 31 appointed Kathryn Burke and Paul Rabb as the Confederated Tribe of the Umatilla Indian Reservation’s (CTUIR)...

Stanfield Elementary School’s Sharp Named Principal of the Year

The principal at Stanfield Elementary School is the Oregon Small Schools Association Principal of the Year. Lacey Sharp received the award at the association's spring...

HPD Arrest Log

The following are recent arrests made by the Hermiston Police Department: May 31: Jose Alvarez Solorzano, 69, was arrested on the 400 block of N.W....

Boardman Seeks Community Input on Municipal Code Additions

The city of Boardman will hold a community input session on Municipal Code Additions on Monday, June 24. The session will go from 6 to...

Umatilla Makes Progress on Construction of Pedestrian Bridge

Construction of the pedestrian bridge to reconnect Umatilla's South Hill area with the main parts of the city is advancing toward completion. The city in...
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City of Hermiston Seeking Public’s Input on Mobile Food Vendors

The Hermiston City Council is considering revising its rules regarding mobile food vendors inside the city limits and wants the public's input prior to...

Umatilla, Morrow Counties & Others to Have New Addiction Programs

By Ben Botkin/Oregon Capital Chronicle A dozen urban and rural Oregon counties plan to have new drug addiction treatment programs available in September, when the...

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