Lawmakers must rewrite the sweeping farm bill every five years to fund farm, food and conservation programs. The current bill expires at midnight Saturday, but Congress is nowhere near ready to consider a new farm bill.
Senate Minority Leader Tim Knopp, R-Bend, also wants to bring back a bill requiring more thorough assessments of the risk sex offenders will rape again.
The Malheur County Development Corp., is now accepting letters of interest regarding two open positions on its board.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little says the state is launching a “robust” effort to stop the spread of invasive quagga mussels, found in the Snake River at Twin Falls.
With the region’s migrant education program in flux, Nyssa’s district leaders sent the Oregon Department of Education an unofficial request to run the program as Vale and Adrian asked for different options.
Landlords subject to Oregon’s rent control law can increase rents 10% in 2024, the Department of Administrative Services announced Tuesday. That’s the maximum allowed under a new law passed this year that sought to prevent most double-digit rent increases in years of high inflation. A 2019 law capped rent increases[Read More…]
Legislators are looking to tweak Measure 110 comes as the deadly epidemic of fentanyl overdoses continues in Oregon. The state faces growing criticism that the law is not getting people into treatment as intended.
Those looking to gain tips on first-time homebuying can drop by a homeownership fair at Four Rivers Cultural Center, Saturday, Sept. 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Ontario City Council approved the purchase of Moore Park in downtown Ontario at is Sept. 12 meeting.
The Vale Heritage Reflections Mural Society will host a celebration, Saturday, Sept. 30, at the Emma Humphrey Library to dedicate the new mural on the outside of the building.