Good Shepherd Offers First Aid, CPR Classes

Good Shepherd Medical Center in Hermiston is offering CPR and first aid classes each month. Classes are taught according to American Heart Association guidelines. CPR...

City Offers Free Tour of Public Facilities

The city of Hermiston is offering the public a chance to get the inside scoop on its newest public facilities, as well as those...

School District Removes Zombie Materials

The Hermiston School District administration announced on Wednesday that it has removed, and is replacing, “zombie apocalypse” materials recently used for an Armand Larive...

Umatilla Chamber Needs Egg Stuffers Saturday

The Umatilla Chamber of Commerce is putting on an Easter Egg Stuffing Party at noon on Saturday, March 23 at Freestyle Pizza, 1226 Sixth...
HAC Award

Committee Shares Thoughts on Diversity Award

In their first meeting since accepting the Cultural Diversity Award in Washington, D.C., last week, members of the Hispanic Advisory Committee took time to...
HAC

No Easy Answers

More than three dozen citizens listened intently Monday night as members of the Hermiston Hispanic Advisory Committee took up an issue that’s received a...
Little League Field

Little League Volunteers Prepare For Season

With just three weeks until opening day, volunteers began the annual ritual of readying the Field of Dreams for the 2013 Hermiston Little League...
Back to School

Public Can Meet West Park Principal Candidates

The public will get a chance to meet and get to know the four finalists for the West Park Elementary School principal position on...
URD-meeting

Urban Renewal Committee Outlines Possible Projects

As Hermiston looks to revitalize its downtown core for the 21st century, it might find its inspiration in the past – more than 100...
Armand Larive Middle School

Armand Larive Earns Honors For ALTV

The students behind Armand Larive Middle School’s ALTV received an unexpected surprise while viewing their latest broadcast featuring school-related news. The surprise came when their...

Urban Renewal Committee Meets Tonight

Hermiston’s Urban Renewal District Planning Advisory Committee will discuss possible projects for the district at its meeting tonight at city hall. The committee will try...
Cultural Diversity Award

Hermiston Wins Award for Cultural Diversity

Hermiston was among seven cities in the nation to be honored for embracing cultural diversity. The National League of Cities presented the city of Hermiston...

DuPont Pioneer Plans Further Expansion

DuPont Pioneer announced on Wednesday plans to increase capacity at its Hermiston IMPACT™ research location. The expansion, which is already under way and is expected...

Sanitary Disposal to Hold Clean-Up Week

Spring is here and that means the yard we’ve been neglecting all winter needs a lot of work and a lot of cleaning up. To...

Re-Funding to Save Hermiston Taxpayers $440,000

Just as homeowners take advantage of lower interest rates by refinancing their homes, the city of Hermiston is looking to do the same by...

Hermiston Moves to Annex Land

The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to initiate annexation of 6.5 acres of land that will be used for the development of single-family...

2 Men Face Drug, Trespassing Charges

Hermiston police arrested two men on drug and criminal trespass charges following an incident at the Agape House. On March 7 at around 10 p.m.,...

Hermiston Girls Take 3rd in State Tourney

The Hermiston girls basketball team took home the third-place trophy at the state 5A basketball tournament in Eugene on Saturday. The Bulldogs, led by a...
Red 2 Red Race, Echo Oregon

More Than 500 Compete in Echo Bike Race

Echo’s population of about 715 jumped by 75 percent over the weekend of March 1-3 as more than 500 bicyclists converged onto the small...
Ghost Hunters Northwest

In Pursuit of Ghostly Encounters

Ghost Hunters Northwest works to prove -- or debunk -- the existence of ghosts In the dead of the night, when most of us are...