$6,150 Reward for Information on Recent Wolf Poaching in E. Oregon

The reward now stands at $6,150 for information about a wolf poaching incident in Baker County on or around Sept. 24. The reward includes $300...

OHA Reports Another Record Number of COVID-19 Cases at 550

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) on Friday reported 550 new COVID-19 cases in the state - the highest daily case count since the beginning...

Oct. 23: Umatilla County Health Reports 14 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported 14 newly-confirmed coronavirus cases - down two from Thursday. Today's new cases bring the county's overall total to 3,158. There are...

Oct. 22: Umatilla County Reports COVID-19 Death, 16 New Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported that another county resident has died from coronavirus - the 45th person to die from the virus. The county also...

Java Junkies Plans First Annual ‘Trunk or Treat’ Event on Oct. 30

Java Junkies, 1510 Sixth St. in Umatilla, invites the community to dress up in costume and come to the first annual Trunk or Treat...

Oct. 21: Umatilla County Health Reports 18 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported 18 newly-confirmed coronavirus cases - up three from Tuesday Today's new cases bring the county's overall total to 3,128. There are...

HPD Weekend Activity Report

Here’s a rundown of the Hermiston Police Department's cases from night shift Friday through night shift Sunday: One restraining order violation Five information reports ...

Oregon East Symphony to Give Free Drive-Through Concert on Oct. 24

The Oregon East Symphony will present "Let 'Er Bach!" on Saturday, Oct. 24 in the Pendleton Convention Center parking lot, 1601 Westgate. The free drive-in...

Partnerships Come Together to Form Financial Relief Fund for Artists

The Oregon Arts Commission, in partnership with Oregon Community Foundation and the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation, is offering relief funding to...

Oct. 20: Umatilla County Health Reports 15 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported 15 newly-confirmed coronavirus cases. Today's new cases bring the county's overall total to 3,110. There are 168 presumed cases of coronavirus...

Oct. 19: Umatilla County Health Reports 19 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported 19 newly-confirmed coronavirus cases. Today's new cases bring the county's overall total to 3,095. There are 167 presumed cases of coronavirus...

Domestic Violence Services to Hold Week-Long Virtual Silent Auction

Domestic Violence Services is gearing up for their first virtual silent auction fundraiser, with proceeds going toward providing services to survivors of domestic violence,...
Good Shepherd Health Care System

Good Shepherd Offering Free Stress Management Workship on Oct. 21

Good Shepherd Health Care System is offering a free Stress Management Workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 21 from 10 to 11 a.m. The workshop teaches the...

City of Umatilla Seeking Vendors for Annual Tree-Lighting Festival

The city of Umatilla is seeking vendors for this year’s Tree-Lighting Festival, set for Dec. 10 in Village Park Square. The registration form is available...

Hermiston Altrusa to Distribute Free Books for Children on Oct. 24

Since 1992, the fourth Saturday of October has been designated as Make a Difference Day. Altrusa International of Hermiston will observe the day by...

Hermiston School District to Begin Limited In-Person Instruction

The Hermiston School District will begin limited in-person instruction on Monday, Oct. 19 at six of its eight schools. This exception is allowable under...

Oct. 16: Umatilla County Health Reports 16 New COVID-19 Cases

Umatilla County Health today reported 16 newly-confirmed coronavirus cases - up four from Thursday. Today's new cases bring the county's overall total to 3,076. There are...

Riverside High Principal ‘Encouraged’ by Latest State Report Card Results

The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) released school report cards recently and officials at Riverside Jr/Sr High School are encouraged about the results. The report...

Hermiston Police Offering Chance to Dispose of Unwanted Prescriptions

Hermiston Police Department is taking back unwanted prescription drugs. On Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Hermiston Police Department and the...

Free COVID-19 Testing Available on Saturday at Mirasol Health Center

Oregon Health Authority, along with Oregon Rural Action and other Hispanic organizations, are providing free COVID-19 testing on Saturday, Oct. 17 at Mirasol Family...