The new bookmobile replaces a 25-year-old vehicle that faced mechanical problems. The new bookmobile is bigger and offers more resources for youth and adults.
A letter writer offers his research into the organization Tactical Civics, saying it smacks of vigilantism.
Grab a cookie, and join a new book club. It’s happening in Nyssa, according to correspondent Susan Barton.
Classifieds from the Enterprise, for the week of February 22, 2024
Those looking to earn required credits toward their state contractor’s license can attend a free residential code training course hosted by the Malheur County Building Department.
AROUND OREGON: Efforts to reform Measure 110 continue to advance at the Oregon Legislature with Democrats now proposing a new package of changes to a law passed by voters.
Public Notices from the Enterprise, for the week of February 21, 2024
The Next Chapter Food Pantry and Garden in Ontario will bring back it’s Soup’r Bowl fundraiser, starting Wednesday Feb. 28, and running through Wednesday, March 6.
In her first public statement last month regarding the closure of a pair of rural schools, Nikki Albisu, superintendent of the Ontario School District, made key claims not supported by records. Meaning that the crucial decision to mothball two schools went largely undocumented by Albisu and other district executives.
Malheur County kids younger than 5 can receive a free, age-appropriate book every month through a partnership between country superstar Dolly Parton and a local nonprofit.