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Hermiston Voters to Have Say on Magic Mushroom Centers

The Hermiston City Council has joined Umatilla County in voting to put a ballot measure before voters in November that would allow the city...

Council Votes Against Renewing EOTEC’s Management Contract

The Hermiston City Council voted unanimously Monday night to end the city’s association with VenuWorks, the management company that operates the Eastern Oregon Trade...

City to Appoint Oversight Committee to Implement Hermiston 2040

The city of Hermiston is moving ahead with its Hermiston 2040 project, the blueprint for the city’s future. At Monday’s Hermiston City Council meeting, there...

Council Tables Final Assessment of Local Improvement District

The Hermiston City Council tabled plans Monday night to approve the final assessment of a Local Improvement District (LID) at the South Hermiston Industrial...

Hermiston to Cut Youth Recreation Fees by 50 Percent During Summer

Youth recreation fees in Hermiston will be reduced by 50 percent during the summer following a vote Monday night by the Hermiston City Council. Early...

Council Says Goodbye to Gutierrez, Hello to Three New Members

The Hermiston City Council said goodbye to one councilor and hello to three new councilors during Monday’s meeting. Last night was Manuel Gutierrez’ last council...

Hermiston Council Votes to Increase Electric Rate in 2 Phases During...

The Hermiston City Council did what the mayor called “the worst part of the job” Monday night in voting to increase electrical rates for...

Primmer, Hardin Return to Council, Durón, Peterson Also Elected

A couple of new faces will join the Hermiston City Council and two veterans are set to return after Tuesday’s election. Newcomers Maria Durón and...

Hermiston City Council Candidates Give Voters Their Views on Issues

The five candidates running for the four at-large Hermiston City Council seats shared their views on a variety of topics Tuesday night, ranging from...

Hermiston Food Pod to Remain on Orchard Avenue with Improvements

Hermiston’s food pod will stay where it is following Monday night’s unanimous vote by the Hermiston City Council. The food pod on Orchard Avenue began...

Hermiston Council Hears Latest Plans for Temporary Homeless Shelter

The Hermiston City Council heard plans Monday night for a zoning amendment in what could be the first step toward developing a temporary emergency...

Proposed Annexation Hits Snag; Council to Take It Up Next Month

The Hermiston City Council voted to approve up to 100 new homes just south of E. Punkin Center Road Monday night – or so...

Hermiston Food Cart Pod Will Be Back for a Second Year...

Despite several challenges, Hermiston’s experiment with a food cart pod last year was deemed a success and has received the go-ahead for a second...

Hermiston Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.’s Unfinished Legacy

For the 18th straight year, Hermiston residents took to the streets on Monday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The event, organized each year...

Hermiston Passes Supplemental Budget

Everyone faces unanticipated expenses during the course of a year and the city of Hermiston is no exception. “Budgets are a moving target,” Hermiston Finance...

One Kid At A Time

Every month, a small number of Hermiston youths are given the chance of their young lives – whether they know it or not. They are...

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