IMBLER:  Restrooms will be usable soon

IMBLER: Restrooms will be usable soon

In the past, the Imbler High School had to use portable restrooms due to a problem with their septic tank. During a recent board meeting, the school board says the septic system may be finished next month.See More

OREGON:  FEMA and the FCC will conduct a test

OREGON: FEMA and the FCC will conduct a test

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts.See More

WALLOWA COUNTY:  Missing woman found well

WALLOWA COUNTY: Missing woman found well

Saturday the Wallowa County Search and Rescue along with the Union County Search and Rescue were called out to find a missing 69-year-old woman hiker in the Red Horse Ranch area. She left the ranch on a hike.See More

EASTERN OREGON:  Enjoy the fall, but stay safe

EASTERN OREGON: Enjoy the fall, but stay safe

Summer officially turned into fall this past week which means that the weather will continue to get cooler. Fall also means hunters in the mountains. Prior to heading out to enjoy the outdoors remember to check.See More

 
HERMISTON:  Release hearing today

HERMISTON: Release hearing today

Silvestre Sanguino de la Paz is asking the court to let him out of jail. The 23-year-old Hermiston man has a release hearing today. He is facing a charge of attempted murder following his arrest earlier this.See More

HERMISTON:  Greet the Interim Superintendent

HERMISTON: Greet the Interim Superintendent

The school board has yet to decide if it will make Mooney the permanent superintendent or do a search for the opening left when Fred Maiocco resigned recently. She has expressed confidence that the board will.See More

HERMISTON:  Measure 105, and racial profiling

HERMISTON: Measure 105, and racial profiling

Earlier this week Umatilla County Sheriff Terry Rowan attended the meeting of the Hermiston Hispanic Advisory Committee and explained his support for Measure 105 to a full house. Hermiston Police Chief Jason Edmiston.See More