HHS Music Question

Hermiston High School Question of the Week

Hermiston High School senior Tory Gertsch asked some of her fellow students what they're listening to on their iPods:

Volunteers Needed for Oxbow Trail Cleanup

Looking for a community service opportunity? Volunteers are needed on Saturday, Sept. 28 to help clean up litter and debris at the Oxbow Trail...

Action-Packed Day Set for Saturday

Hats off to all the local people who have worked hard to promote a healthier community and who work with our natural resources....

Umatilla Police to Offer Safety Seminar for Women

The Umatilla Police Department is playing host to a Women’s Safety Summit over the next several weeks. The classes, which will be held at the...

Seminar to Offer Help for Tourism-Related Businesses

Travel Oregon 101, a free seminar for tourism-related businesses and organizations, is coming to the SAGE Center in Boardman on Oct. 2. The seminar, which...

Chamber Seeks Help in Honoring Students

The first Breakfast of Champions is a little more than two weeks away and the Hermiston Chamber of Commerce is asking the community to...

Live Music at Sno Road Winery on Friday

Hermiston musicians Dallin Puzey and Patrick Mulvihill will perform music at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27 in the Tasting Room at the Sno Road...

Candlelight Vigil Set for Tonight for Fire Victims

A devastating house fire took the lives of five people, including three children, in Pendleton on Sunday and left David Eickstaed and Kay Lynn...
Morrow Pacific Project

Smith Touts Morrow Pacific Project

State Rep. Greg Smith (R-Heppner) had a busy day on Wednesday. After briefing the Port of Morrow Commissioners on the latest news out of...

Library to Host Family History Research Presentation

The president of the Blue Mountain Genealogical Society will present an Introduction to Family History Research at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct 5, in...

Health & Fitness Day Returns on Saturday at HHS

Health, wellness and family fun will fill Hermiston High School from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday for the fifth annual Family Health...
HCC-9-23-13

Hermiston to Upgrade 5 Problematic Storm Drains

The city of Hermiston is working to upgrade five storm drains that tend to flood over during heavy rains. At Monday night’s city council meeting,...
Dutch-Oven Cook-Off

Chuckwagon Dutch-Over Cook-Off Packs 'Em In

The top prize at the 10th annual Chuckwagon Cafe Dutch-Oven Cook-Off went to Irrigon's Shannon Lancaster – for the second year in a row. “This...
HHS vs Lewiston

Bulldogs notch 52-45 overtime win over Lewiston

A 5-yard touchdown run by Cory Adams in overtime gave Hermiston a 52-45 come-from-behind victory over the Lewiston Bengals Friday night at Kennison Field. The...
Desert River Inn

9 Months After Closing, Desert River Inn Re-Opens

Just in time for the Columbia River Power Marathon, the Desert River Inn has re-opened its doors with new owners, new management and a...

Two Men Arrested in Hermiston Pawn Shop

Cooperation between the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Department and the Hermiston Police Department led to the arrests of two men on Wednesday. Around 10:13 a.m., HPD...
Warhol Portrait

Hey Kids! Get Your Portrait Warholized

Just admit it – you’ve always wanted Andy Warhol to create a portrait of you using his tripped-out, psychedelic style he employed with his...

Registered to Vote? If Not, Here's Your Opportunity

The League of Women Voters of West Umatilla County will be registering voters on three different occasions in September. The first registration drive will be...

Montana Picnic Set for McKenzie Park on Saturday

A Montana Picnic will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22 at McKenzie Park. Anyone with a Montana connection is encouraged...

District to Host Parent University Nights

The Hermiston School District will host Parent University Nights with guest speaker Dr. Luis Cruz, an education reformer from inner-city Los Angeles, to assist...