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Hermiston Bridge Closure Scheduled for Feb. 4 to Allow for Replacement

The bridge located on South First between S.E. Crestline Drive and S.W. Desert Sky Drive will fully close to all traffic beginning Monday, Feb....

Hermiston Bridge Replacement to Cause Detours During Spring

Drivers who use South First Street to access areas like Gettman, and Feedville Roads south of Hermiston should begin to plan alternate routes for...

Donations Pouring In To HPD’s Annual Christmas Express Program

Local businesses and service clubs are pitching in to help make Christmas brighter this year by contributing to the Hermiston Police Department’s annual Christmas...

Hermiston Council OKs Rate Increase for Hermiston Energy Services

The Hermiston City Council on Monday approved adjustments on electric rates for all classes of service that will become effective on bills calculated after Dec. 31. Hermiston...

Hermiston City Council Unveils Draft Strategic Plan for Event Center

The Hermiston City Council unveiled a draft strategic plan for the Eastern Oregon Trade & Event Center (EOTEC) during Monday’s meeting. The plan, put together...

Hermiston Council Postpones Vote on Proposed Electrical Rate Hike

The Hermiston City Council tabled a resolution Monday night that would have increased rates for Hermiston Energy Services (HES) customers. The council had planned to...

Hermiston Council Raises Taxi Program Tickets from $2 to $2.50

Riders of Hermiston’s Senior & Disabled Taxi Ticket Program will pay 25 percent more for a one-way ticket beginning Jan. 1. The Hermiston City Council...

Hermiston City Council Approves Increase to Water, Sewer Rates

Beginning in March, Hermiston residents and businesses will be paying more for water and sewer services after the Hermiston City Council voted unanimously to...

Hermiston Council to Consider Water/Sewer Rate Changes

The Hermiston City Council will vote Monday to make major adjustments to water and sewer rate structures to more accurately charge customers for their...

Hermiston Street Department to Install 3 New Stop Signs in Town

The Hermiston Street Department will install three new stop signs after getting the go-ahead from the Hermiston City Council. The new stop signs will be...

Hermiston City Council Moves Up Plans to Pave East Theater Lane

The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to flip the scheduling of a couple of key street improvement projects. Last summer, the city prioritized a...

Hermiston Council Votes to Expand Number of Mobile Vendor Licenses

The Hermiston City Council updated its mobile food vending ordinance by increasing the number of available license and adding temporary licenses among other changes. The...

Hermiston City Council Has Busy Agenda for Monday’s Meeting

The Hermiston City Council on Aug. 13 will look at changes to its noise ordinance, consider allowing accessory dwelling units within the city, as well...

Beas-Fitzgerald Resigns from Council; Roy Barron to Fill Out Her Term

Hermiston City Councilor Clara Beas-Fitzgerald has resigned and the recently-elected Roy Barron will fill out the remainder of her term. Beas-Fitzgerald submitted a letter of...

Hermiston City Council Looking to Update Mobile Vending Policies

The city of Hermiston is working to update its mobile vending policies that will likely include a food pod where multiple food vendors will...

Hermiston Council Clears Way for City to Receive Street Upgrade Funding

The Hermiston City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday night approving an intergovernmental agreement with the state transportation department that will ultimately fund up...

Hermiston Council to Discuss $4.5 Million Improvements to N. 1st Place

The Hermiston City Council will discuss Monday night the $4.5 million award from the Oregon Legislature for street upgrades to North First Place. The funds...

Hermiston School Committee Seeks Direction for Future Bond Measure

Hermiston residents voted against a $104 million school bond measure a little over a year ago. Now, a committee is trying to figure out...

2 Hermiston Council Incumbents Win, Another to Face November Opponent

Hermiston City Council incumbents Jackie Myers and Doug Smith were re-elected Tuesday night while incumbent Lori Davis will have to wait until November to...

Candidates’ Forum Set for Armand Larive Middle School on April 11

There will be a Candidates’ Forum on Wednesday, April 11 at Armand Larive Middle School, 1497 S.W. Ninth St. in Hermiston. The evening will...

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