- The fair community rallied around Maddy Thomas and her family on Saturday.
- A report is expected to be ready in March 2019.
- Tejano star Michael Salgado will headline a “moonlight concert.”
- Fast-growing city faces challenges in protecting its past
- The city is soliciting feedback about the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center’s longterm plan with an online survey.
- The Hermiston city council meets Monday at 7 p.m. at city hall.
It’s not easy finding bus drivers.
Aimee Cook, manager of Mid-Columbia Bus Company in Hermiston, said about 15 to 20 percent of their drivers turn over every year, and finding new ones takes active recruitme...
During fair week, the Umatilla County fairgrounds are at their liveliest after dark.
Children dart through clusters of parents waiting for their own child to disembark from a spinning spaceship ride. Couples wander...
- Temperatures will be well over 100 degrees for part of fair week.
- Free shuttles will pick up from Hermiston City Hall, Hermiston Community Center, Wal-Mart and Hermiston High School.
A malfunctioning wind turbine sparked a grass fire near Arlington that burned about 2,000 acres on Thursday.
Joe Claughton, North Gilliam Rural Fire Protection District chief, said no buildings were burned, but two...
- NORPAC is actively marketing the plant and surrounding industrial property south of Hermiston.
- Cans and bottles must be from Oregon to be redeemed for a deposit.
- Take photos of everything covered by your policy.
- This summer has put Oregon’s firefighters to work
- Hermiston is studying the possibility of a “health and wellness center” that would include an indoor pool
- Small problems don’t stop Hermiston Nazarene fundraiser
- The Hermiston City Council discussed food trucks, a $4.5 million loan, the resignation of a city councilor and city finances Monday.
There’s just one box left to check before the former Umatilla Chemical Depot can be transferred to local control.
At a Columbia Development Authority board meeting Tuesday morning, director Greg Smith told t...
- Umatilla city councilor Selene Torres-Medrano and her sister Thalia have been separated from loved ones deported to Mexico.
- The city council will discuss food trucks, a noise ordinance, accessory dwellings and more Monday.
- The Wolf Run subdivision is expected to feature 46 homes on 13 acres.
- Leadership Hermiston is now taking applications.
- The Hermiston Rotary Club won the city’s first Splash and Dash bathtub race.
- More than 18,500 people packed the Pendleton Round-Up Grounds on Saturday night.
- It’s still illegal to pump your own gas in Umatilla County.
- The city council will consider amending Hermiston’s mobile food vending license.
- The city council meets Monday, with a 6 p.m. work session preceding the regular council meeting at 7 p.m.
- Hermiston is considering amendments to its mobile food vendor ordinance five years after it was adopted.
- Tamra Mabbott will serve as interim city manager after the departure of Russ Pelleberg.
- Rylee Palmer, 10, finished first place in the national “Character Counts!” essay and drawing contest.
- A third offense in 10 years could mean jail time.
- Umatilla’s city council meeting is Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Umatilla City Manager Russ Pelleberg resigned after a short but turbulent time leading the city.
City recorder Nanci Sandoval confirmed the resignation in an email Wednesday morning, noting Pelleberg turned in his ...
- The Hermiston City Council discussed North First Place, new Hermiston Energy Services projects and the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center Monday.
- William and Christy McMillen’s 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray beat out more than 240 other Corvettes for the Dealer’s Choice award at Corvettes on the Columbia in the Tri-Cities.
- Funding for the project will come from th 2017 legislative transportation package.
- Zeddrik Cota still has rehab ahead of him but is recovering.