PENDLETON — Los Chilaquiles, a new Mexican restaurant, has opened in Pendleton in the former location of the El Charrito restaurant at 212 S.W. Dorion Ave., Pendleton.
HILLSBORO — Intel won’t build a $700 million “mega lab” it had planned in Hillsboro, pursuing cheaper options instead as it implements billions of dollars in cost cuts amid declining revenue.
PENDLETON — Attorney Michael Collins of Pendleton, 69, retired in December, ending 71 years of his family’s law practice in the city. He reflected on changes in the legal profession in his mor…
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. has applied with the Baker City/County Planning Department to build a truck stop and travel center east of Interstate 84 and northeast of the Supe…
PENDLETON — The Hegele family of American Sprinkler from Central Oregon has purchased the old bank building in Pendleton at 256 S. Main St. from prominent Portland developer and philanthropist…
PENDLETON — Amazon CEO Andy Jassy announced in November and January plans to lay off 18,000 employees, the biggest workforce reduction in the company’s history. Some personnel in the drone pac…
Up to 1,000 rabbits per year could be slaughtered on-farm without an Oregon meat processing license under a bill that would expand an existing poultry exemption. House Bill 2689 would allow th…
The sound of the Q-400 turboprop plane will no longer echo over Walla Walla when it takes off; the sound of a jet engine is replacing it.
PENDLETON — Pendleton Unmanned Aircraft Systems Range plans to apply for Business Oregon’s designation as the state’s Robotics and UAS Center of Innovation Excellence.
On the heels of the closure of the century-old Medford Mail Tribune, EO Media Group announced Friday the company’s plans to open a new publication in the city.
ELGIN — Boise Cascade announced it is planning to lay off employees at the Elgin Plywood mill by mid-February.
PENDLETON — A Hillboro-based steel fabrication company is looking to grow with a location in Pendleton.
An Alaska Airlines jet aircraft uploads at the Walla Walla Regional Airport.
PENDLETON — The Filipino Cuisino food truck, 309 S.W. Emigrant Ave., Pendleton, closes Friday, Jan. 20. Owners Riza and Gordon Krom said they have sold the truck and plan to move to Tennessee …
LA GRANDE — The Northeast Oregon Home Builders Association is offering two $1,500 scholarships for students interested in pursuing a career in the construction profession.
PENDLETON — Cayuse Holdings announced the results of the election for its 2023 board of directors.
HERMISTON — With a theme of “A Tale as Old as Time,” inspired by Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” the Me and My Prince Ball is returning to Hermiston.
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The former Chase Bank property in College Place will be the new home of two new tenants, one being the restaurant chain Chipotle Mexican Grill.
ENTERPRISE — The Northeast Oregon Economic Development District, based in Enterprise, is partnering with Reinventing Rural to bring two different business workshops to Union and Wallowa counties.
PENDLETON — El Charrito, a popular Mexican restaurant in Pendleton, has closed.
TACOMA, Wash. — The parent company of Oregon-based Umpqua Bank said Monday, Jan. 9, it has won final approval for its deal to combine with Tacoma-based Columbia Banking System. Umpqua said the…
Northwest Farm Credit Services is part of the Farm Credit System founded by the federal government in 1916 that has since grown into a nationwide network of about 70 borrower-owned lending ins…
A Walla Walla landmark is in a new set of hands.
The city of Irrigon will be receiving federal funding amounting to $1 million, with an additional $250,000 from the Port of Morrow, for the city’s Business Incubator Opportunity project.
UMATILLA COUNTY — A pair of local nonprofit organizations received support for its programs, thanks to generous donations through the annual Community Bank Charity Drive.
SALEM — Oregon’s paid family and medical leave program will begin collecting money from workers and businesses
Diana Govea started Simply Felicity Rings at age 16 as a way to share her passion with the world.
The Heppner Gazette-Times has a new publisher, Chris Sykes.
PENDLETON — The Pendleton Downtown Association has cut its executive director position.
Jakob Stefani of Rock City Pie has decided to temporarily stop operating his pizza business.
Umatilla’s Ashley Wheeler turned a common dilemma facing many growing families into a business — and got a little help recently with an electronic billboard display on Times Square in New York.
ATHENA — Diana Castillo is the new owner of Athena’s Doubletree Restaurant & Bar, and said she looks forward to providing customers what they want.
PENDLETON — Ryan Smith said business has been good since his outdoor store’s grand opening Nov. 19 in downtown Pendleton.
UMATILLA COUNTY — Umatilla County could get a new solar power generating site on exclusive farm use land near Hermiston and Stanfield.
MILTON-FREEWATER — The Milton-Freewater Chamber Downtown Alliance is in the midst of its second funding campaign, which started on GivingTuesday, Nov. 29.
In the coming days, Hermiston Herald readers will start seeing new content from a familiar local journalist.
PENDLETON — Organizers looking to establish a new event in Pendleton or grow an existing one are invited to apply for a Travel Pendleton Marketing Grant.
PENDLETON — The Tribal Employment Rights Office of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation revived its Construction Career Fair last week.
The Echo Christmas Market marked another year of success with a showing of support from local vendors and community members from across the region.
Valley Agronomics pays $144,400 EPA penalty for unsafe storage of pesticides.
PORTLAND — A Lake Oswego-based solar energy company has spurned a Northwest government partnership by launching its own bid to win hundreds of millions in federal dollars to create a green hyd…
The Washington Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council on Monday brushed aside Yakima County's moratorium on solar projects. The council will continue to fast-track a California company's appl…
Alpenrose Dairy, a Southwest Portland institution since 1916, is finalizing a deal to purchase Larsen's Creamery in nearby Clackamas, Ore. Terms were not disclosed, though the sale is expected…
HERMISTON — The East Oregonian and its related paper the Hermiston Herald have a new byline.
PENDLETON — Pendleton’s newest restaurant, the Freedom Cafe and Bakery, is open and offers a little red, white and blue along with coffee and pastries.
MISSION — Wildhorse Resort & Casino on Wednesday, Dec. 7, is the location of a construction career fair.
PENDLETON — RWC Group took control Sept. 1 of the former Woodpecker Truck & Equipment Inc. off Exit 202 on Interstate 84 west of Pendleton. RWC is a commercial truck and bus dealership, ba…
PENDLETON — Mike Turner is the new funeral director of Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop. But the 49-year-old is not new to the funeral home.
ENTERPRISE — An historic piece of Enterprise is on its way to being restored to its former glory — and it’s almost open for business in a part of town that’s in need of it, as work continues o…
LA GRANDE — Most people wouldn’t associate local business success with the COVID-19 pandemic, but that’s exactly what happened for La Grande's Christle and Allie Aguilera.
PENDLETON — Hairdresser Diane Scofield, formerly of River’s Edge Salon, Pendleton, promised herself she would retire at 80.
New rules are coming to the H-2A visa program in 2023 that will likely add significant costs for farmers who rely on foreign guestworkers to harvest their crops. That's according to Leon Seque…
PENDLETON — Pendleton’s only winery has survived the pandemic and recession. It’s a downtown business success story, but still faces challenges.