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Council to Consider Forming Gas Utiltity

The Hermiston City Council will consider a resolution at tonight’s meeting to create its own gas utility to serve industrial customers. The resolution comes after...

Brookshier Ready to Turn the Page

In 1991, grunge music dominated the charts, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 3,000 for the first time, the Internet was in its...

ODOT to Upgrade Highway 395 Signalization

Traffic will flow more efficiently along Highway 395 after the state completes a $1.7 million upgrade to the highway’s traffic signalization system next year. On...

Council Eyes Big Changes for Mayor, Muni Judge

The Hermiston City Council is modernizing the city charter and a couple of the potential changes will have a significant impact on the offices...

Hansell Pays Visit to Hermiston City Council

Oregon State Sen. Bill Hansell dropped by Hermiston this week to give the city council a brief recap of the short legislative session earlier...

Street Department Bracing for Big Budget Hit

The Hermiston Street Department – and street departments across the country – are bracing to take a huge budget hit if Congress fails to...

What to Do with Anderson's Council Seat?

Council Debates How to Fill Out Remainder of Term George Anderson caught the entire Hermiston City Council by surprise two weeks ago when he announced...

City Council Amends Comprehensive Map

There’s no reason to have a trade and event center in town if you can’t access it. The Hermiston City Council took some initial steps...

Council OKs Police, City Manager Contracts

It’s official – Byron Smith will begin the job of Hermiston city manager on Aug. 25. The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to...

Council to Vote on Police, City Manager Contracts

The Hermiston City Council will consider for approval a new three-year contract for the police union, as well as the contract for incoming City...

Anderson Resigns from Hermiston City Council

On the night when the Hermiston City Council gained a new city manager, it lost one of its fellow members when George Anderson unexpectedly...

Hermiston Council Selects New City Manager

The Hermiston City Council voted unanimously Monday night to offer the city manager job to Byron Smith. The selection of the current Fort Madison, Iowa...

Hermiston Plays Host to City Manager Finalists

The Hermiston City Council held a reception at the Hermiston Public Library Thursday to introduce the four finalists for the position of city manager...

Council Asks Brookshier to Assist Successor

Ed Brookshier could end his career as Hermiston city manager on July 31. Then again, he might stay on the job until Dec. 31. His...

City Manager Finalists to Be in Town June 19-20

The Hermiston City Council has named four finalists to replace City Manager Ed Brookshier when he retires later this year. The finalists will be in...

Council OKs Top Candidates for City Manager Job

The city of Hermiston is moving closer to selecting a new city manager. In a special meeting Tuesday evening, the city council voted to approve...

Council to Meet to Review City Manager Semi-Finalists

The Hermiston City Council will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 20 to review the list of semi-finalists for the...

Myers Ready for 4 More Years on City Council

Twenty years on the Hermiston City Council isn’t quite enough for Jackie Myers, so the veteran councilwoman is putting on her running shoes once...

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...

City Earns Award for Financial Reporting

The city of Hermiston has received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association for the City’s...

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