Staff photo by Phil Wright
German tourists happen upon town as event begins, pleased at the coincidence.
Pendleton and Hermiston OSU alums and academics interviewed as a part of school's 150th anniversary
New Pendleton UAS Range facility has command center, 3-D printers and virtual reality room.
Following another severe wildfire season in Oregon, landowners and state foresters are emphasizing t
The Hermiston city council will discuss amending an agreement with retailer Ranch & Home on Monday after the owner said the store will likely not meet the deadline for financial incentives the city had offered.
After Echo city councilor Lou Nakapalau told a gay man on Facebook that he would spit on his grave when he died of AIDS, the city council voted to issue a public apology and work on a social media policy.
A committee chaired by the Hood River congressman will hold a hearing on opioid abuse next week.
BOARDMAN — A Hermiston man was taken to the hospital after a rollover crash near the Port of Morrow on Wednesday.
According to an Oregon State trooper, Kasey Pankey, 26, was driving westbound on I-84 when he took his eyes off the...
Local law enforcement concerned decriminalization of hard drugs ineffective
Teen musicians react with understanding after concerts canceled
Council passes on extra ordinance to ban trapping because it’s already in the state law.
Pendleton Public Library aims to boost adult programming and library card membership
Driver allergic, not cited for crash.
Byron Wysocki buys out Jordan McDonald after lawsuit alleging misuse of company funds
After negotiating with Union Pacific, community group decides to walk away from plaza concept
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Clean, gently-used coats can be donated at locations around the county.
HERMISTON — A Hermiston woman was hit by a vehicle while walking on Highway 207 on Tuesday evening, and had several minor lacerations to her head.
An Oregon State Police trooper arrived at the scene shortly after the collision at 8:26...
New playgrounds going in at Aldrich, May and Sherwood parks.
Enforcement won't begin until after six-month education campaign and the law will sunset after two years.
Boardman, Hermiston, Umatilla all seeing new housing projects start.
Local county commissioners met Monday with the Forest Service and other agencies to discuss the ongoing Blue Mountains Forest Plan revision.
Two arrested on felony warrants for possession and delivery of methamphetamines.
Oregon fires crews expected to be in southern CA through weekend
Fire officials urge people to check weather, winds before burning
Woman with rare disease died after long battle for access to drug
Pendleton Fire Department and Umatilla County Fire District sent equipment and personnel to Chino, California on Saturday.
PILOT ROCK — Pilot Rock City Council again considers two new ordinances dealing with animal control to help tackle the town’s infestation of turkeys.
The council meets Tuesday night starting at 7 p.m. at Pilot Rock City Hall. The...
Heppner Republican will help administer $5.3 billion transportation package
The city of Boardman will sponsor a community-wide fall cleanup event during the month of November.
The Natural Resource Conservation Service is accepting applications for financial assistance through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.
HERMISTON — Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston reported officers Friday night arrested two men outside a bar following their drunken brawling.
Two Hermiston men, Cesar Jose Najera, 37, and Isaiah Hilliard, 39, were intoxicated at the...
Pendleton draws crowd, local beer and food vendors for Oktoberfest
Several volunteers paint three downtown Stanfield buildings