Cans and bottles can be dropped off at the Hermiston BottleDrop July 31 from 1-4 p.m.
A former Umatilla Tribal Police officer has pleaded not guilty to stealing from the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
James Currey retired from tribal police on March 31, according to Chuck Sams, spokesperson for the...
MEACHAM — A collection of storage units represents a watershed moment for the hamlet of Meacham.
Co-owner Margo Herd recently opened Meacham Mountain Storage at 64183 Old Oregon Trail Road, a business she said is the first in Meacham in...
PILOT ROCK — The Pilot Rock City Council votes Tuesday evening on giving city employees a 3 percent bump for cost of living.
The raises for the 11 city employees total $12,442 a year, according to the staff report. The chief of police is...
New features could include man-made river near mausoleum
Fire chief ‘knocked on doors like crazy’ during evacuation
Macias Morris hopes to incorporate even more cultural understanding in classroom
New sod installed, stage erected for Saturday concert featuring Blake Shelton and Pitbull
Gunshot wound was accidental, self-inflicted
Society officials say they could have trouble keeping the doors open without taxpayer help
Port-hosted programs aim to teach about manufacturing careers
Video interviews with longtime Umatilla citizens a project for history museum
Father and son ranchers who were pardoned by President Trump after becoming the focus of a battle about public lands flew home to Oregon and were greeted by family members and riders on horseback carrying American flags
Wildhorse Resort and Casino is normally open 24-hours per day, but standard maintenance forced the casino and a few other facilities to close for about 14 hours Wednesday, according to a Wildhorse press release.
Wildhorse officials said the...
Using interest rate reduction scheme, airport's interfund debt loan reduced
HERMISTON — The Hermiston City Council on Monday discussed legislative priorities for the upcoming year. The League of Oregon Cities creates a list of priorities ahead of the sessions and asks cities around the state to weigh in.
Five-year sentence set off 2016 standoff at Malheur Refuge
The city council will consider amending Hermiston’s mobile food vending license.
School board unanimously agrees to hold graduation in Tri-Cities
Support group Enough Iz Enough gets to work rebuilding community after murder
More shuttles to and from Round-Up added to alleviate traffic
A former Pendleton citizen won a Presidential Teaching Award last week.
Melissa Straughan teaches third grade at Waverly Elementary School in Albany and is also a mathematics instructional coach.
She was nominated for a Presidential...
Family surprised to find tire lodged in attic after late-night boom
Group of award-winning students makes stop in Pendleton before moving on to East Coast
Hermiston man attempted to assault police officer while being arrested
Many disease-carrying ticks found in Eastern Oregon
Dancers converge on Wildhorse for weekend of competition, camaraderie
After early hope for agreement, new bill may wait until after elections
The survey is available on the city’s website until July 22.