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Harkenrider Senior Center Offering Delivery, Take-Out Lunches Only

The Harkenider Senior Center in Hermiston is offering Meals on Wheels and take-out meals on available Tuesdays and Thursdays only. Call before 10 a.m. to...

College Employees to Become Eligible for Vaccines Beginning May 1

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced during a press conference on Friday that employees of the state’s public and private colleges and universities will be...

State’s Recommended Budget Keeps Community College Funding Flat

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Tuesday released her budget for the 2021-23 biennium, which includes the same funding allocation of $640.9 million for community...

July 7: Seventh Person Dies from Coronavirus in Umatilla County

A seventh Umatilla County resident has died from coronavirus, according to Umatilla County Health. That news comes with the report that 49 new cases of...

May 10: Second Coronavirus Death Reported in Umatilla County

The first death from coronavirus has been reported in Umatilla County today. Umatilla County Health (UCo Health) reported on Sunday the second death in the...

Revenue Department adjusts CAT Rules Before April 30 Due Date

The first quarterly payment into the Corporate Activities Tax (CAT) is due Thursday, but the Department of Revenue has added further concessions on which...

HHS Marching Band Nominated to March in D.C. Parade Next Year

The Hermiston High School marching band has been nominated to represent the state of Oregon next year at the July 4 National Independence Day...

Oregon Extends Columbia River Salmon, Steelhead Closure

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) announced on Wednesday that recreational salmon and steelhead fishing in Oregon waters of the Columbia River...

Schools Closed for Remainder of Year

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has ordered all public schools to remain closed for the rest of the academic year as the coronavirus pandemic continues...

School District Outlines ‘Distance Learning for All’ Plan for Instruction

Oregon’s Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction Colt Gill released Distance Learning for All guidance, which is a process for students to receive ongoing interaction...

Hermiston 1 of 6 DMV Offices Open for Commercial Driver Tests

Hermiston is one of just six Oregon cities whose Department of Motor Vehicles office will be open for commercial driver tests. Under the Gov. Kate...

Oregon Joins State of Washington in Closing Columbia River Fisheries

Following the announcement on Wednesday by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) that it will close all recreational fisheries in the state...

Law Enforcement Answers FAQs Regarding the Stay-At-Home Order

The Hermiston Police Department posted the following information on its Facebook page on Wednesday, answering a number of questions the public may have regarding...

Brown Orders Residents to Stay Home; HPD to Use ‘Common Sense’...

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Monday ordered residents to stay at home and expanded the list of businesses that will be forced close in...

Hermiston Council Urges Public to Take Coronavirus More Seriously

The Hermiston City Council held a public meeting Monday night without a single member of the public in attendance – yet another sign of...

Hermiston School District Closing All Athletic Fields to the Public

The most recent order from Oregon Gov. Kate Brown in response to the coronavirus includes the closure of outdoor recreation facilities. In compliance with this...

BMCC Shifting to Online Format Following Governor’s Executive Order

Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) will move all of its spring term courses into a remote format in accordance with the executive order issued...

School Closure Extended to April 28

Gov. Kate Brown announced late Tuesday that the statewide school closure for K-12 students will now be extended to at least April 28. Brown had...

Coronavirus Update: K-12 Schools to Close; BMCC to Stay Open Online

All Oregon K-12 schools will be forced to close beginning Monday through the end of March, as ordered Thursday night by Gov. Kate Brown. The...

Hermiston Officials Suspending Certain Activities Due to Coronavirus

The city of Hermiston is suspending certain activities at the public library as well as taking other actions in response to the increasing infection...

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