- Umatilla Landing Days is Friday and Saturday at the Umatilla Marina.
The Hermiston City Council will consider a $1 million contract for new electrical meters Monday.
The contract between Hermiston Energy Services and Landis + Gyr Technology for new automatic meters would include $39...
- Echo must make adjustments to its sewer system by the end of 2019.
- Around the World in One Fun Day will run from 4-7:30 p.m. on July 8.
The Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center board adopted a 2017-2018 budget on Wednesday.
The $2.2 million budget is a decrease of $6.9 million from 2016-2017, reflecting a shift from construction to operation. Cons...
- Hermiston families are painting rocks and hiding them around town for others to find.
- Jeri Taylor is retiring as EOCI superintendent, to be replaced by Brigitte Amsberry.
- A monthly lunch group for survivors of cancer provides support and advice from people who have “been there.”
- Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution held its spring graduation and awards ceremony Friday.
As the Oregon legislature looks to raise revenue for transportation projects, the city of Hermiston is working on a plan of its own.
The city’s public infrastructure committee has been working to put togethe...
- The Greater Hermiston Area Chamber of Commerce is searching for new offices.
- A giant slice of Hermiston watermelon rode in the Grand Floral Parade on Saturday.
- The 2017-2018 budget includes a trail project, new water treatment equipment, new water meters and a new senior center.
- The Oregon-bound side of the Interstate 82 birdge near Umatilla will be closed for more than a year starting July 4.
- The Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center board met Friday.
- Mark Keith and Selene Torres-Medrano were appointed to the Umatilla city council Tuesday.
- Building remodeled to fill hole left by Thompson Hall closure
- A plan presented to Umatilla residents on Tuesday night envisions a revitalized downtown and a parks corridor
- A travel agent from New Hampshire is working on riding every public bus system in the United States.
- The Umatilla City Council’s agenda for Tuesday includes appointing two new city council members, approving the 2017-2018 budget and authorizing the mayor to sign five different agreements.
- The legislature’s Joint Committee for Transportation Preservation and Modernization has released the text of its proposed transportation package to be voted on this summer
- The EOTEC general manager will make $70,000 to $85,000 per year.
- Umatilla-Morrow Head Start offers safety checks on car seats.
Airport Road will keep its name for now, but the Umatilla County Commission hasn’t ruled out changing the name sometime in the future.
The city of Hermiston petitioned the county to change the road’s ...
Melissa Hale played a lot of different parts during her high school theater days, but when she stepped back into acting last weekend it was for a more grown-up role.
Hale, who recently moved to Pendleton from San D...
- Parents and students are invited to informational sessions June 5,7 and 8.
- Hermiston High School football players and coaches put up almost 800 flags at the Hermiston Cemetery on Friday.
- The Hermiston Family Aquatic Center opens June 10, while Pendleton Family Aquatic Center opens June 16.
- Hermiston’s 2017-2018 proposed budget is $58.3 million.
- Students from Umatilla County and Morrow County FFA chapters raised $10,000 for Meals of Hope and packaged the meals themselves.
- Lions Club members from around Oregon gathered in Pendleton this weekend.
- Kent Madison is proposing turning a 132-acre section of land outside of Echo into an RV park, hotel and other development.
- Hermiston and Pendleton have plans for whatever new transportation revenue comes their way.
- Lauren Barth opened Nourish Yoga in Hermiston in January.
- Visitors for the Aug. 21 solar eclipse will be used as a trial run for the influx of Cascadia refugees.
- The Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center board met Friday to discuss construction progress.
- Feelingstone Gifts is located at 115 W Hermiston Ave., Suite 100.
- Cities in Umatilla County are looking for ways to encourage more residential development.
- The city of Hermiston discussed some staff restructuring Monday
- Michael Yunker of Echo received a letter from the city of Echo’s attorney in December asking him to sell 10 acres of his ranch for a recycled water pond
- The Hermiston city council will discuss the conference center, parking, a facade grant and staff organization Monday.
- Umatilla families played in Hash Park Wednesday to celebrate Screen Free Week.
- Umatilla is taking applications for two vacant city council positions.
- One of Umatilla County’s circuit court judges will also serve as Assistant to the Chief Counsel of the National Guard Bureau.
- Lorissa Bounds has served as Rep. Greg Walden’s chief of staff since December.
- Residents and business owners along Airport Road are opposed to changing the name of the road to make it easier to find EOTEC.
- The Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center Board met Friday.