Walls Gives Realty Business a Makeover

Former Century 21 Now Hermiston Realty - Complete with Hermiston Purple Members of the Hermiston Chamber of Commerce attended the Alive After 5 event at...

SAGE Center to Host Tillamook Cheese Days

The SAGE Center will host Tillamook Cheese Days on Friday and Saturday, April 25-26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The admission price is $5...
Cameron Bendixsen

Candidate Bendixsen Aims to Give Back to Community

Cameron Bendixsen does not have any particular agenda to pursue in his race for Hermiston City Council. Instead, the 1999 graduate of Hermiston High...
Doug Smith

Smith: Crime Prevention Key if Elected to Council

After patrolling the city as a police officer, Doug Smith is ready to patrol Hermiston City Hall as a member of the city council. Smith,...
Chet Prior

Board Gets Public Input on EOTEC Project

Umatilla County residents gave feedback on the proposed layout design for the Eastern Oregon Trade & Event Center (EOTEC) Tuesday evening. Members of the EOTEC...

BMCC Arts & Cultural Festival Set for Thursday

The Blue Mountain Community College Arts & Culture Festival will take place on Thursday, April 17 at the BMCC Hermiston campus. The event’s theme is...

Fair Board Changes Meeting Location to Hermiston

The Umatilla County Fair Board has changed the location of Thursday's meeting from Pilot Rock to Hermiston. The monthly meeting will be held at 6:30...

Breakfast fundraiser Set for Irrigon on April 26

Irrigon’s monthly fundraiser breakfast will be held on Saturday, April 26 at the Stoke’s Landing Senior Center. The breakfast, which runs from 7:30 to 10:30...

Sunny Skies Forecast for the Weekend

Good news for those of us who love spending time outdoors – the weather forecast is calling for sunny skies and temperatures in the...

Good Shepherd Site of April 21 Blood Drive

The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive on Monday, April 21 in Hermiston. The blood drive will take place from 12:30 to 6...

Free Community Dinner Tonight at SDA Church

A free community dinner will be served this evening at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Hermiston. The dinner, open to everyone, will be served from...

Hospital Hosts Driving Class for Seniors

Drivers 55 and older who want to brush up on their driving skills and maybe even get a reduction on their auto insurance can...

Free Medicare Consultations Available at Senior Center

If you’ve recently become eligible for Medicare and need assistance filling out forms or have other questions, help is available. The Hermiston Senior Health Insurance...

Council Candidates Introduce Themselves at Meeting

Candidates for the Hermiston City Council are making the rounds as next month’s Election Day draws near. The four candidates seeking to join the council...
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High-Speed Chase Leads to Multiple Charges

A Walla Walla man was arrested Tuesday afternoon on multiple charges after leading police on a high-speed car chase that ended in the Milton-Freewater...
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Umatilla Selects Ray for City Council Seat

Council Lowers Noise Restrictions for Riverside's Anniversary Mel Ray is the newest member of the Umatilla City Council. Council members interviewed both Ray and fellow applicant...

Walden Announces Student Art Competition

U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) announced today that the 2014 Congressional Art Competition, “An Artistic Discovery,” is now open to high school students throughout...

OSP Accepting Applications for Recruit Troopers

The Oregon State Police is looking to hire recruit troopers in early 2015 and will be accepting applications through June 15. The OSP began accepting...

Schimmel Goes to Atlanta with Eighth Pick in Draft

Former Hermiston High School basketball star Shoni Schimmel was drafted eighth Monday night by the Atlanta Dream during the WNBA draft. ESPN experts had projected...
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OSP Identifies Suspects in Cinder Block Incident

Thanks to help from the public, the Oregon State Police (OSP) has been able to identify two juvenile males as suspects in an early-Sunday...