- Students speaking only Mam, Q’anjob’al and K’iche’ coming from Guatemala
- Stanfield School District will go for bond in May 2019
It’s a long, slow process to recover from a head injury — one that can deplete a family both financially and emotionally.
A family recently leveled a lawsuit against the Hermiston School District, ask...
- Vendor village showcases Native art, culture
- Hermiston man reaches Round-Up milestone
A Hermiston family is suing the Hermiston School District, several coaches and an athletic trainer for $38.9 million, claiming district athletics staff in 2016 allowed their son to play a football game after sustaining a...
- HSD implements free breakfast program for all students
- Pierce preaches to Two Rivers inmates through breaking wild horse
- Hermiston School District, Parks and Rec partner on water safety for kids
- Matlack and other sheriffs traveled to D.C. to speak to administration, representatives about immigration
- County starts six-month study on residential land
- DAs hope to help citizens understand criminal justice system
- Two largest districts have different challenges with growing populations
- Statistics show little change in reported crime, but 200 citizens gather to address problems they see
Morrow County is almost 2,000 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border. But its sheriff has taken a vocal stance against illegal immigration, and will be traveling to Washington, D.C., this month to discuss...
- Buildable Lands inventory project will start next month
- Board offers $280,000 separation agreement for superintendent on active military leave
- Hermiston man sentenced to 25 months for felon in possession, all other charges dismissed
- Hermiston High School teachers hope to give students marketable skills
- Commissioners gather input through town hall meetings