Vale’s first light parade kicks off Saturday at 5:30 p.m. from Vale High School and goes through downtown.
With the rise in homelessness in the U.S., school districts across the nation – including here in Oregon – are facing new challenges to identify and help students who have no place to call home.
Local and regional food managers see no signs of the demand abating in the coming months. ‘It just exploded during the pandemic,’ said Susannah Morgan, CEO of the Oregon Food Bank.
Here are the public notices from the Malheur Enterprise for the week of Nov. 30, 2022.
A federal judge in Portland said she will decide soon whether to stop Oregon’s new gun law from going into effect. Opponents made their case in a court proceeding held on Friday, Dec. 2.
Beyond Infinity Toys capitalizes on nostalgia and pure fun as it markets to a base of customers interested in action figures.
The Four Rivers Cultural Center will ring in the holiday season with a Christmas Spirit & Light Show, Saturday, Dec. 3, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Brian Wolfe, Malheur County sheriff, joined a lawsuit filed in federal court to declare Measure 114 unconstitutional and an injunction that stops the state from enforcing a provision limiting gun magazine capacity.
The state is putting applications on hold until early 2023 for a program to help at-risk homeowners. Officials say they need to make sure the funds are not overcommitted, but they encourage homeowners to contact the program for free housing counseling.
Ontario will open the Christmas season with a breakfast with Santa Friday morning and the annual Winter Wonderland Parade Saturday.