- New York apparel company to locate flagship store in Pendleton
- Council also approves new contract with city employees' union
- Council also approves funding and bus for new public transportaiton program
Over the course of the 2016-2017 fiscal year, the city of Hermiston received $70.5 million in revenue while Pendleton received just $48.1 million.
The numbers seem to confirm what other statistics were bearing out:...
A proposed land swap between the city of Pendleton and the Pendleton School District has been shelved, according to district and city officials.
Michelle Jones, the district’s director of business operation...
- New, 60,000 sqaure foot building will house Nixyaawii Community School, Cay-Um-Wa Head Start, and adult education programs.
A Pendleton used car lot is ready to turn off the ignition next week.
Only five cars remain on the lot at Court St. Motors as owner Richard Peterson prepares to close down shop next week. Most of his inventory was...
- Concilor says he's becoming "pretty cynical" about continual requests from housing project developer
- Round-Up to demolish Albertsons building, construct new facility for retail, ticketing, and administration
- Business Oregon provides grant to provide clean drinking water to park
- District staff introduce "mobility report" to explore reasons why enrollment is falling
- BMCC Small Business Development Center wins regional awards two years after being lowest performing center in the state
- Economic development director said successful UAS development would benefit Airport Road
- District credits increased effort from Title I staff
- “All the scraps go to Hawthorne,” Mikeighla Velasquez said. “That’s what people think”
- Nonprofit raises more than $16,000 for renovations
- Councilor argues that putting more money toward good streets is better for the road system overall
- City applies for $3 million grant from U.S. Economic Development Administration to build more hangars, extend utilities.
- After a career as gourmet chef, Swaggart elevated culinary program
- VFW remembers 38 veterans across Umatilla County who died since last Memorial Day
- "6 Degrees of Wiki" tries to find links within a sea of 5.6 million entries
- No comments provided on written evaluations, but numbers show satisfaction with city manager
- Mayor visits D.C., not expecting Oregon Legislature to pitch in
- Hoffman co-owned and cooked food for Sundown Grill & Bar-B-Q and Raphael's since 1991.
- Local tourism officials think improving economy, new Hermiston hotel, helped the industry
- Marijuana oversupply and lounges topics of discussion
- Developer says he can't get financing for first phase of 100-unit apartment complex without help from the city
- Developer Al Plute sells the commission on his past track record
- Union representative says fire chief improved morale and productivity
- Combined with existing solar power, new 6-megawatt facility will help meet city's average energy needs
- Milton-Freewater livestock competition continues to see growth among area youth
- Businesses ask for improved River Quarter Plan, conservation wants protection of north bank
- City attorney expects to close deal in June
- Training organizers use fictional Gibbon fire to facilitate collaboration between, federal, state, tribal and local governments.
- Oregon Senators continue to oppose nomination of Hermiston native
- Following abrupt retirement, city releases former fire chief's evaluations
- Pendleton poised to add new bus line
- City also expecting $100,000 from marijuana taxes to fund road repair
- 25-year journalism vet will visit Pendleton Thursday
- Brown signs bill that expands broadband options for rural school districts
- Republicans call special session "political theater."
- Athena girl distributes the majority of 100-dress donation to local students