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Monday, August 8, 2022
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Red Flag Warning in Effect as Record High Temperatures Are Set

The National Weather Service out of Pendleton has issued a Red Flag warning to go with its excessive heat advisory as the Lower Columbia...

Umatilla County Public Health Creates Map of Coronavirus Cases

Umatilla County Public Health (UCo Health) today released a locations trends map for COVID-19 cases in the county. The map indicates Umatilla County communities...

Yard Sale, Work Party Slated for Fire Victims

A benefit is set this month for Brad Rogers and his family, who lost their home and belongings in the Pheasant Ridge fire in...
Hermiston City Hall

Hermiston City Council Has Busy Agenda for Monday’s Meeting

The Hermiston City Council on Aug. 13 will look at changes to its noise ordinance, consider allowing accessory dwelling units within the city, as well...

Good Shepherd Welcomes Family Medicine Physician, Nicole Patching

Good Shepherd Health Care System (GSHCS) has welcomed family medicine physician, Dr. Nicole Patching, to the Good Shepherd Primary Care Clinic. Patching joins Dr. David...

Umatilla Ponders Dropping Mail Boxes

The city of Umatilla will research replacing individual mailboxes with centralized units across the city. Tuesday night, Robin Kasiska, postmaster for the Umatilla Post Office,...
BMCC

BMCC to Host Oregon Humanities Conversation Project This Fall

Blue Mountain Community College will feature two Oregon Humanities Conversation Project leaders this fall as part of its Arts and Culture Series, and invites...

March 18: Umatilla County Health Reports 7 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported 7 new COVID-19 cases - down six from Wednesday. Today's new cases bring the county's overall total to 7,846. There are...

Good Shepherd Nurses Complete SANE Training

Five Good Shepherd Medical Center nurses have completed training as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) as part of Oregon’s Sexual Assault Task Force (SATF). The...

Aug. 24: Umatilla County Reports 3 Deaths, 37 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported three more deaths from coronavirus and 37 new confirmed cases. Umatilla County’s 34th COVID-19 death is a 66-year-old male who...
Lighted Parade

Lack of Help & 501 c3 Status Dooms Festival of Lights

This year, for the first time in 14 years, there will be no Festival of Lights at the Umatilla County Fairgrounds. The Festival of Lights...

HPD to Increase Use of Social Media

Effective Jan. 2, 2018, citizens who utilize Facebook and follow activity on the Hermiston Police Department page, will begin to see more information posted....

Little League Signups Set for Wednesday

Hermiston Little League will hold signups on Wednesday, Feb. 10 at the Hermiston Conference Center. The signups are for baseball and softball players ages 5...

Turkey Hunt by Reservation Program Set to Return for Second Year

A program launched last year to help turkey hunters reserve a hunt on private land in western Oregon (Willamette Valley and Roseburg) is back...

Food Processing Expected to Grow by 25 Percent

A new report by Pat O'Connor, a regional economist for the state of Oregon, details how food manufacturing contributes to Oregon's economy, and continues...
Salmon

Energy, Conservation Leaders Want Officials to Prioritize River Issues

In a letter to the Governors of Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana, energy company and conservation community leaders called on elected officials across the Pacific...

Hermiston City Council Meets Tonight

The Hermiston City Council will hear several reports at tonight’s meeting, including one on medical marijuana laws in town, as well as one on...

Feves Gallery to Host Idaho Artist

The public is invited to visit the Betty Feves Memorial Art Gallery now through March 16 to view the artistic...
HCC Meeting

Council Votes to Extend Hermiston Enterprise Zone

In the past 11 years, investment into the local community by Dupont-Pioneer Seed and Shearer’s Foods have resulted in 278 full-time jobs with an...

General Election Candidate Forum Set for Community Center on Oct. 6

The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce and KOHU/The Q will host the 2020 General Election Candidate Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. at...

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