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City Council Gets Look at Proposed Renovations for Hermiston Library

The Hermiston City Council got an in-depth look this week at the proposed design plans for the Hermiston Public Library's renovation. During Monday’s meeting, City...

Hermiston Council Chooses Not to Rescind Business License Vote

The Hermiston City Council tackled an issue Monday night that originally came up at its March 25 meeting – repealing the recently-passed ordinance requiring...

Hermiston Mayoral Candidates Emphasize Community in Forum

The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce hosted the event, which also featured a panel with the state Senate District 29 candidates, at Hermiston City Hall....

Smith Gives Legislative Review at Hermiston Chamber Event

Rep. Greg Smith, R-Heppner, told the crowd Wednesday, March 27, at the Hermiston Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon they could ask him any questions they...

Hermiston Adopts Naming Rights Policy for Publicly-Owned Facilities

With the lure of a potential $1 million donation to the HEROS fields looming large, the Hermiston City Council on Monday adopted a city...

High School Senior Sets Sights on Job of Hermiston Mayor

What were you doing during your senior year in high school? Maybe prepping for your SATs or looking at job prospects. Or maybe you...

Hermiston Council OKs Bond Purchase to Finish City Projects

The Hermiston City Council and its Urban Renewal Agency voted Monday night to authorize the purchase of $20 million in bonds to pay for...

Council Agrees to Institute Business Licenses, Disagrees on Cost

The Hermiston City Council voted to institute a business license requirement Monday night but tabled discussion on how much businesses would have to pay. The...

Municipal Court Will Handle Most Serious Misdemeanors Once More

For the first time in nearly a decade, A misdemeanor cases will be prosecuted in Hermiston Municipal Court. The Hermiston City Council voted unanimously on...

Early Mayoral Candidates Offer Unique Backstory for Hermiston

In Hermiston's 117-year history, the office of mayor has been occupied by a very specific demographic - white men. That could change when voters choose...

City Councilors Peterson, Linton Running for Mayor of Hermiston

Hermiston will elect a new mayor in next year, but who that will be remains to be seen. As of this morning, two candidates have...

Hermiston City Council to Vote on New Urban Renewal District

The Hermiston City Council heard no opposition Monday night during a public hearing on a proposed urban renewal district. Following the public hearing, the council...

Diverse Crowd Fills McKenzie Park to Celebrate Juneteenth

McKenzie Park was a busy place on Saturday despite the wind and cooler temperatures as a diverse crowd gathered for the annual Juneteenth celebration. Hermiston...

Hermiston City Council Votes to OK $97 Million Budget for 2023-24

The Hermiston City Council approved a $97,034,368 budget for fiscal year 2023-24 at Monday night’s meeting. The new budget is approximately $30.9 million more than...

Hermiston Council Votes to Begin Gettman Road Extension Process

The Hermiston City Council took the first formal step on Monday toward extending Gettman Road out to Highway 395. The council passed a resolution clearing...

Hermiston City Council Offers Feedback on Project PATH

The Hermiston City Council provided feedback Monday night on the strategic plan for Project PATH, the temporary homeless shelter. City Manager Byron Smith said one...

Hermiston Council Welcomes 2 New Members, Says Goodbye to 2 Others

Jackie Linton made Hermiston history Monday night, but it wasn’t her plan. Linton, along with David McCarthy, Jackie Myers and Roy Barron took the oath...

2 Hermiston Councilors Defeated, 2 Others Re-Elected Tuesday Night

Two Hermiston City Council incumbents were defeated by their opponents Tuesday night while two others cruised to another term in office. In a close Ward...

Hermiston City Council Candidate Face Off in Monday Night Forum

Six candidates vying for three Hermiston City Council seats in the May 17 election shared their views on the state of Hermiston and their...

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...

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