Feves Gallery to Feature Art Collection from Native Artists from Oregon

The Betty Feves Memorial Gallery will feature work from the permanent collection of Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts (CSIA) with prints by Native...
Live Music

Notorious 253 to Play Live at Wildhorse

Notorious 253 will perform live Friday, Nov 1, and Saturday, Nov. 2 at the Wildhorse Sports Bar in Pendleton. The concerts are free and begin...

School Superintendent Under Consideration for Statewide Board

Hermiston School District Superintendent Mooney received notification that she is a candidate to serve on a statewide board or commission under Gov. Kate Brown. On...
Cinema Seating

Hermiston Cinema to Host Free Kids Movie and Canned Food Drive

Hermiston Stadium 8 Cinema is hosting a free Kids Show and Canned Food Drive this Saturday, Nov. 2 to benefit local food banks. Free popcorn...

HHS to Showcase CTE Programs During Student-Led Conferences

Hermiston High School will showcase a few Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs during the student lead conferences on Monday, Nov. 4 and Wednesday,...

HPD Weekend Activity Report

Here’s a rundown of the Hermiston Police Department cases from night shift Friday through night shift Sunday: 2 trespass complaints 2 for fourth-degree assault...

Nazarene Fall Fest to Feature Hay Rides, Hot Dogs, Games and More

The Hermiston Nazarene Church, 1520 W. Orchard Ave., invites the community for an evening of fun at their Fall Fest on Thursday, Oct. 31...

Hermiston Christian School Hosting Fall Fest at Hardin Event Center

Hermiston Christian School, 1825 W. Highland Ave., will host a Fall Festival on Thursday, Oct. 31 in the Hardin Event Center. The free event goes...

Heritage Station Museum to Host Heritage Haunt on Halloween

Heritage Station Museum, 108 S.W. Frazer Ave. in Pendleton, invites the public to join them on Thursday, Oct. 31 for Heritage Haunt. The spooktacular...

Kids Up to Age 10 Invited to Annual Treats on Main on Halloween

The Hermiston Parks and Recreation Department and Rogers Toyota of Hermiston will present Treats on Main & Beyond on Thursday, Oct. 31. The Halloween...

Best-Selling Author Marcus Engel to Speak at GSHCS’s Annual Meeting

Good Shepherd Health Care System (GSHCS) will hold its Annual Community Meeting this Wednesday at Hermiston High School’s Commons & Auditorium. The free event goes...

Hermiston Soroptimists Hosting Boo Bunco Party at Desert Lanes Tonight

Soroptimist International of the Greater Hermiston Area is hosting Boo Bunco this evening at Desert Lanes Family Fun Center in Hermiston. Doors open at...
BMCC

BMCC Hires Ken Daniel as Next Foundation Executive Director

Blue Mountain Community College and the BMCC Foundation are pleased to announce the hiring of Ken Daniel as the next BMCC Foundation Executive Director. Daniel...

Walden Won’t Seek Re-Election

U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) announced today that he will not seek a new term in Congress in the 2020 elections. “At the end...

Day of the Dead Coming to HHS

Hermiston High School will present Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) on Friday, Nov. 1. The event, which goes from 6 to 8...

Hermiston School District Offering Free Immunization Clinic on Nov. 4

The Hermiston School District is offering free vaccinations for students who might be missing some required vaccines. The opportunity is for Hermiston students only. The...

HHS to Host Trick-or-Treating for Kids 10 and Under on Oct. 31

Hermiston High School will host its first annual ‘Dawg Treat’ event on Halloween night from 6:30-7:30 p.m., in the main gym. Children up to age...

City of Boardman Plans Fun-Packed Night of Fun on Halloween

The city of Boardman has a slew of events taking place that should keep everyone entertained this Halloween Eve, Oct. 31. Trick or Treat at...

Historical Society Receives $25,000 Grant from Union Pacific Foundation

The Umatilla County Historical Society was recently awarded a grant for $25,000 from the Union Pacific Foundation for capital improvements to the Heritage Station...

Bulldogs Fall to Hanford, 50-28

The Hermiston Bulldogs struggled on Senior Night Friday against their opponent and Mother Nature, falling to the Hanford Falcons, 50-28, at Kennison Field. The biggest...