Town hall presses case for unity in times of discord

About 400 people packed the Vale High School gym March 3 for a wide-ranging town hall that touched on rural concerns and federal overreach, with a call for respect and unity.

Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe scheduled the event after the militant occupation of the federal wildlife refuge in neighboring Harney County came to a head last month.

Wolfe, flanked by student body officers from . . .

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