As high schoolers try to figure out what they want to do after graduation, Chris Hull helps them by asking the right questions.
The retired Hermiston and Stanfield teacher is an ASPIRE mentor, volunteering weekly a...
- Pendleton second grader joins Cub Scouts, hopes other girls will follow
- Hermiston firefighters assist with massive California wildfire
- Stanfield’s 3D Idapro fire quickly extinguished
- Korean War servicemembers remembered at Veterans Day service
- Women veterans, Auxiliary members discuss dwindling membership in veterans organizations
- Hermiston navigates special education changes after split from ESD
- Hermiston students create app with goal of helping recognize missing people
As of 11 p.m. Tuesday, George Murdock had a 500-vote lead over challenger Rick Pullen in his bid for another term on the Umatilla County Board of Commissioners.
That lead is enough to secure the position after an e...
- Brent Pitney appointed as newest member of Hermiston School Board
- Hermiston man changes plea to guilty for June stabbing
For Juana Ortiz, filling out her ballot on Friday morning was a special occasion.
The longtime Hermiston resident was voting in the U.S. for the first time, after becoming a citizen in 2016.
- Four Hermiston students medal in Veterinary Sciences
- Hays teaches inmates at TRCI, draws on own background
As Hermiston’s Main Street is flooded with hundreds of trick-or-treaters Wednesday afternoon, downtown business owners will attempt to be ready for them with costumes, Halloween decorations and buckets of candy.
- New ratings put Umatilla County schools around, below state average
- Hermiston Head Start classes get kids ready for social, academic sides of kindergarten
- New center treats inmates as ‘client base’
- Hermiston High School hosts Ron Wyden for town hall meeting
- Pendleton homeless get supplies, resources through community project
- Hermiston adds one code enforcement officer, will target livability and beautification issues
- Cancer treatment is going well for Hermiston homecoming princess
- Hermiston Marching Band prepares for late-season competitions
- Umatilla, Morrow counties consider future public transit developments
- Rocky Heights Elementary School performer kicks off arts fundraising week
- Four candidates interview for vacant Hermiston School Board spot
- Boardman’s Columbia River Health gets $285,000 grant
- Port of Morrow qualifies for statewide program to develop industrial site
- Hermiston provides public stations, parents can check grades
- Montana man arrested in Hermiston, incident started in The Dalles
Oregon has long been known as the “no-sales-tax” state. In November, voters will decide if they want to keep it that way.
Measure 103 proposes a ban on taxing all grocery items within the state of Ore...
- Boardman teen to open coffee shop, serving espresso and Mexican snacks and drinks
- Local teachers try different methods to raise test performance
- Umatilla, Morrow courts mirror statewide need for indigenous interpreters
- Mooney is Hermiston’s new superintendent
- Umatilla students put junk food, photos in time capsule
- City of Irrigon changes longtime rule, allows flags on main road
- Hermiston superintendent to be hired, board member resigns