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Hermiston Parks & Rec Department Announces #HitSnapWin Event

The Hermiston Parks and Recreation Department is hosting the #HitSnapWin contest to encourage use of the city’s parks and trails. There is no charge...

Group Effort Leads to Removal of Illegal Camps Near Oxbow Trail

Take a visit to Riverfront Park on the west side of Hermiston and you will see folks walking their dog, having a picnic or...

Oxbow Trail Gateway Dedication Set for Thursday

The city of Hermiston and Altrusa International of Hermiston will hold a dedication ceremony for the Altrusa Oxbow Trail gateway on Thursday, Oct. 15. The...

City Dedicates a Trail for Everyone

Large Crowd Turns Out for Oxbow Trail Opening With 10 snips of a ribbon, the Oxbow Trail officially opened Saturday morning, and walkers, bikers and...

Busy Weekend Kicks Off With Arts Festival Reception

A full slate of activities and events will unfold in and around Hermiston this weekend and Northeast Oregon Now is here to help you...

City to Celebrate Oxbow Trail Opening on Saturday

The city of Hermiston will celebrate the official opening of the Oxbow Trail and Trail Tracker Program on Saturday, May 3. The event will begin...

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...

Volunteers Plant 7,000 Trees at Oxbow Trail

Volunteers of all ages arrived at the Oxbow Trail property near Riverfront Park in Hermiston Saturday morning to help plant trees. The 2014 Leadership Hermiston...

Volunteers Needed to Plant Trees at Oxbow Trail

Leadership Hermiston is looking for volunteers to help plant trees at the Oxbow Trail. The Oxbow tree planting day will be from 7 a.m. to...

Brookshier Outlines City's Objectives for 2014

Ed Brookshier may be well into his final year as Hermiston city manager, but he won’t be coasting to the finish line. On Tuesday, Brookshier...

Weekend Holiday Fun: 19th Annual Festival of Trees

From Duck Dynasty to Beaver Nation, the Hermiston Festival of Trees will put gifts and trimmings of all sorts on the holiday auction block...

Brookshier Earns High Marks from Council, Mayor

Hermiston City Manager Ed Brookshier will enter into his final year on the job with the full support of the mayor and city council. The...

Volunteers Clean Up Oxbow Trail, Riverfront Park

Members of the Tour of Knowledge picked up and hauled away nearly 500 pounds of garbage on Saturday at the Oxbow Trail site. Despite unfavorable...

Volunteers Needed for Oxbow Trail Cleanup

Looking for a community service opportunity? Volunteers are needed on Saturday, Sept. 28 to help clean up litter and debris at the Oxbow Trail...

Hermiston's Parks Offer Plenty of Outdoor Recreation

Summer may be drawing to a close, but Hermiston boasts some of the nicest autumn weather you could ask for, as well as some...

Tour of Knowledge Checks Out SAGE Center

When the Tom Denchel Ford Country shuttle bus pulled into the empty SAGE Center parking lot in Boardman on the evening of June 14,...

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