Gas Prices

Gas Prices Jump 8 Cents in Oregon in Past Week

The average price of gasoline in Oregon is 16 cents higher than the national average, according to AAA Oregon-Idaho. The average price per gallon jumped...

Good Shepherd Offers Driver Safety Course for Seniors

On Saturday, May 3, Good Shepherd Medical Center will host an AARP Smart Driver Safety Course for people over 55. The course, accredited by the...

IMESD Employees to Receive Crystal Apple Awards

Four InterMountain Education Service District employees have been named 2014 Crystal Apple Award Winners. Brett Dunten, Jodi Garberg, Marilyn Olsen and Denise Yohannan will be...
Dead Fawn

$5,500 Reward Offered for Info on Fawn Killing

Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish & Wildlife Division is asking for the public's help for information to identify the suspect involved in the late...
Mailing Made Easy

Mailing Made Easy Plans Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

Mailing Made Easy will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 8 to celebrate its new location on Main Street in downtown Hermiston. The event will...

Umatilla Offering Kinder Readiness Classes

The Umatilla School District will hold upcoming Kinder Readiness classes to prepare young students for kindergarten. The next class will be Thursday, April 24 from...
Jackie Myers

Myers Ready for 4 More Years on City Council

Twenty years on the Hermiston City Council isn’t quite enough for Jackie Myers, so the veteran councilwoman is putting on her running shoes once...
Professional Assistant of the Year

Chamber Honors Professional Assistant of the Year

Sherrell Chevrolet Office Manager Caryle Gallien was named Professional Assistant of the Year at the Professional Assistants Day Luncheon Tuesday at the Hermiston Conference...

City, County Back EOTEC Site Plan

The Hermiston City Council unanimously supported the proposed site plan for the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center (EOTEC) Tuesday night. The support came after...

AYSO Registering for Youth Soccer

Registration for AYSO soccer for boys and girls ages 4 to 13 will take place this week and next week in Hermiston and Echo. Registration...

Hospital to Host Health Insurance Fairs

Good Shepherd Medical Center will present a Health Insurance Resource Fair on April 28 and April 30 at the hospital. The fairs are designed to...

HPD Street Crime Unit Rounds 'Undesirables'

The Hermiston Police Department’s Street Crime Unit had a busy night on Friday, rounding up five people on outstanding warrants. Each of the five...
HAC 4-21-14

Group Wants Sheriff's Office to End ICE Detainments

Nine Oregon sheriff’s departments recently announced they would no longer honor federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) hold requests, and an effort is being...

Suspicious Substance at Prison Not Hazardous

Emergency responders determined that a white powdery substance received Monday afternoon in an envelope at the Two Rivers Correctional Institution (TRCI) mail room was...

Stanfield Woman Leads OSP on High-Speed Chase

A 64-year-old Stanfield woman was arrested and jailed Monday after leading an Oregon State Police sergeant on a high-speed chase that ended in Milton-Freewater. The...

OPB to Visit Hermiston Friday for Story Ideas

Oregon Public Broadcasting wants to hear from you, Hermiston. OPB personnel will be in Hermiston on Friday to hear from residents about stories it should...

Inmate Brawl Leads to Umatilla Prison Lockdown

Two Rivers Correctional Institution (TRCI) was placed on lockdown Wednesday, April 16, after two dozen inmates got into an altercation. At approximately 9:06 a.m. on...

Deadline is Midnight to Register for Chamber Retreat

The deadline to register for a retreat for women business owners in Hermiston is midnight tonight. The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce and Real Business Solutions...
I-84 Crash Near Huntington

Driver Falls Asleep, Crashes into Sign Post

A Baker City man received only minor injuries Monday morning after reportedly falling asleep while driving and crashing into a metal highway sign post...

Armand Larive to Host Math Competition

Approximately 700 seventh- and eighth-grade students from 85 Oregon schools will compete in Pentagames 2014, a math contest, which will be held on Friday,...