HERMISTON — There is still time to purchase tickets for the Distinguished Citizens Awards Banquet in Hermiston.
Burnt Field Brewing is open for business in Boardman.
HERMISTON — Community Bank has passed the $400 million asset mark for the first time in its history.
HEPPNER — Bank of Eastern Oregon and BEO Bancorp announced a 27.6 percent increase in earnings for the year 2018.
Pendleton couple plans to maintain the same level of service at venerable business
PENDLETON — Pacific Power cautions Pendleton-area businesses to be aware of possible scam calls.
HEPPNER — A discount is available for those who purchase advance tickets for the Heppner Chamber of Commerce’s annual Town & Country Community Awards banquet.
The East Oregonian and its weekly affiliate the Hermiston Herald will soon introduce a brand new section focusing on America’s most popular pastime, screen viewing.
WALLA WALLA — A Weston-McEwen High School graduate is among those recently promoted at Baker Boyer bank.
Acquisition adds international capacity, service opportunities
HEPPNER — The Heppner Chamber of Commerce’s annual luncheon will include the election of new officers as well as reviewing recent accomplishments.
Anyone who pulls into the 395 Quick Stop can travel the nation in a matter of seconds, running their eyes over a rainbow of license plates from every state covering the wall of the shop — but …
The popular Speakeasy Salon and Boutique in Pendleton is expanding.
Hermiston Herald and East Oregonian reporter Jade McDowell will step into a new role this week — as the news editor of the Herald.
HEPPNER — The Heppner Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its annual Town and Country Community Awards event.
HERMISTON — The 49th annual Distinguished Citizens Awards Banquet has been changed to Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Hermiston Community Center.
Hermiston-area residents with cataracts, glaucoma and other eye problems have a new option for treatment with the opening of Lifestyle Eye Center.
IRRIGON — A meet-and-greet is planned to introduce the new provider at the Irrigon Medical Clinic.
HERMISTON — The public is invited to join BBSI for food, drinks and a side of business during an upcoming networking event in Hermiston.
Black Friday just isn’t what it used to be.
Hermiston Realty staff are in mourning after principal broker Donn Walls died Friday.
HERMISTON — With the annual Hermiston Farm Fair coming up, people with a creative flair are invited to help out.
The annual holiday Charity Drive for local nonprofit organizations is underway at each branch of Community Bank.
HEPPNER — Kim Cutsforth will provide an update on the Howard and Beth Bryant Foundation during the upcoming Heppner Chamber of Commerce meeting.
PENDLETON — Jef Farley, owner/broker of Coldwell Banker Whitney and Associates in Pendleton, was recognized as Realtor of the Year by the Umatilla County Board of Realtors.
A new business is bringing a taste of Europe to Hermiston.
PILOT ROCK — Woodgrain Millwork Inc. announced it finalized the deal with Boise Cascade to own and operate the sawmills in Pilot Rock and La Grande, and the particleboard operations in Island City.
SILVERTON — Milton-Freewater tree farmers were among five the Oregon Tree Farm System recently honored.
The Bank of Eastern Oregon will acquire four Umpqua Bank branches in southeastern Washington.
Veg Out has moved to a new location.
BOARDMAN — Amazon’s Vadata Inc. in Boardman is looking to obtain a new air pollution permit from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
Angela Treadwell has been promoted to sales manager at the East Oregonian and Hermiston Herald.
Before there was Amazon — or, for that matter, Home Depot or Walmart or Kmart — there was Sears.
Steve Watkinds knows his new line of business is a little ironic.
Lavelle Partlow, 92, went to be with the Lord July 31, 2018.
Business and community leaders will discuss challenges and solutions that are impacting Eastern Oregon during the upcoming Business to Business Breakfast in Hermiston.
BOARDMAN — A business education training workshop that focuses on workplace ethics is coming to Boardman.
HERMISTON — In recognition of 48 years in business, the Chuckwagon Cafe is serving up prizes, a drawing and special savings.
Universal Realty of Hermiston and KD & Associates (doing business as John L. Scott Real Estate in Milton-Freewater) announced a merger.
Several years ago, businesses in the downtown core, municipal and urban renewal representatives discussed the value of establishing an Oregon Main Street Program (OMSP) for Pendleton.
Three Boise Cascade lumber facilities in Pilot Rock and the La Grande area are being sold to Woodgrain Millwork of Fruitland, Idaho, according to a company press release.
PENDLETON — Eastern Oregon Business Source announced the addition of Jane Waldher as a School-to-Careers coordinator for the Pendleton School District.
HEPPNER — Small business owners and community people interested in starting a business are encouraged to attend the upcoming HatchLab community meeting.
When it comes to attracting employers, Hermiston has a lot of advantages.
BOARDMAN — Lamb Weston wants to update its air pollution permit for its Boardman potato processing plant to discharge 36 percent more volatile organic compounds a year. The public has until Se…
The city of Echo is still getting its ducks in a row to potentially welcome a major development on the north side of the city.
After holding a workshop to discuss it, the Pendleton City Council is set to approve a 50-year lease with Makad Corp. for a 74-room hotel at the Eastern Oregon Regional Airport at a meeting Tuesday.
HEPPNER — The upcoming Heppner Chamber of Commerce meeting will feature an all-entities report.
The company behind a proposed data center in the Airport Road industrial park is asking for the city’s help building a hotel at the airport itself.
The search for a new Port of Morrow manager spanned several months and drew applicants from around the U.S., but the role will go to a homegrown candidate.
MISSION — A customer appreciation event at Arrowhead Travel Plaza will feature free food, live music, a bounce house, raffles and giveaways.
The parent company of Space Age Travel Center outside of Hermiston has been fined $3,900 by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality for violating its wastewater permit for the travel center.
A little over a year after announcing the closure of Hermiston Foods, its parent company NORPAC is still actively marketing the property but hasn’t had a buyer yet.
Coldwell Banker Whitney and Associates has introduced two new staff members to its team.