HHS Event to Focus on Parent Involvement

Dr. Luis Cruz will return to the Hermiston School District on Monday, Oct. 28 for a Parent University session and all secondary-level families are...
Girl Scouts Donate to Schools

Girl Scouts Give Back to Local Schools

Hermiston Girl Scout Troop 51444 believes that no student should be without the equipment that they need in order to get a proper education. That...
Hermiston Water, Sewer Rates

Water, Sewer Rates to Go Up 16% by July 2015

Beginning in January, water and sewer users in Hermiston will see their rates go up – the first of four rate increases over the...

Testing Differences Explain Umatilla Student Scores

At first glance, Umatilla's state report card could land the school district in the principal's office, as students at two of its three schools...

Volunteers Needed for Umatilla Haunted House

Witches, zombies, ghouls and ghosts are on tap for the fourth annual Umatilla Lions Club Haunted House this month, and volunteer spooks are encouraged...
Locks of Love 1

Lots of Love for Locks of Love

One by one they sat down and inch by inch the hair came off – a total of more than 500 inches that will...
Southridge at HHS

Southridge Gets Revenge on Hermiston, 38-31

Three yards from a first down and six yards from a potential game-tying score, the Hermiston Bulldogs were stopped on fourth down with just...

ALTV to Live Stream ALMS Vs. SMS Football Games

On Saturday, Oct. 19, the football games between Armand Larive Middle School and Sandstone Middle School will be live streamed on the Internet from...
Generation College Award

State Report Gives Hermiston Schools High Marks

The Oregon Department of Education released school and district report cards today and Hermiston School District students outperformed students in comparable districts on every...
College Fair

College Fair Helps Students Take the Next Step

Heading off to college is a major transition in a student’s life, but the student first has to choose which college to attend. Selecting a...
New $100 Bill

Get to Know the New $100 Bill

The Federal Reserve on Tuesday began supplying financial institutions with a redesigned $100 note that incorporates new security features to deter counterfeiters and help...

Winter Shelter for Homeless Seeks Volunteers

The Hermiston Warming Station for the homeless in Hermiston plans to be open on Nov. 1 and is currently seeking volunteers. The mission of the...

Learn to Hunt Like a Caveman

Did you ever wonder what it was like to hunt for food 9,000 years ago? Well, now you can find out when Tamástslikt Cultural...
Traveling Museum

Native Oregon Traveling Museum Coming to Pendleton

Dr. Leland Gilsen brings his “traveling museum” of Oregon native history to the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute lobby on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m....
First Job

A Major Milestone in Life: Your First Job

In the life of a teenager there are a number of firsts, all of which are important but none more so than one’s first...

Amber Alert Not Affected by Government Shutdown

Despite mainstream media and social media reports that the Amber Alert System has been temporarily discontinued due to the government shutdown, the Oregon State...

ODOT Adds 'Hermiston' to Interstate Signs

Motorists driving east on Interstate 84 were only notified of the largest city in eastern Oregon until they were just two miles from Hermiston...
Hermiston Logo

City Makes Branding Wordmark Available

Businesses, community groups, and others interested in Hermiston now have access to a catalogue of professional artwork and photographs relating to the area. The “Hermiston:...

OSP Identifies Motorist Who Was Found Dead

The Umatilla man who was found dead just off Highway 395 nearly Hermiston early Saturday morning has been identified as 59-year-old Rodney Norman Marks. The...

Springfield Turns Back Hermiston, 49-28

In a battle of top 10 5A teams Friday night, No. 7 Springfield turned back No. 5 Hermiston, 49-28, in Springfield. The game was tight...