In the community

Look at Dentinger Feed’s grand opening, Malheur County’s Victims’ Rights Week and an honor for Nyssa’s Linda Cummings

 After a winter of cleaning and restocking shelves, Dentinger Feed and Seed held its official grand opening in Vale with sales and a lunch of hamburgers, hot dogs, and chorizos on Saturday, April 7. A few lucky customers walked away with door prizes. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)

 Staff at the Malheur County District Attorney’s office gathered last week to mark National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Employees donned ‘Be Hip!’ t-shirts as a way to bring more awareness to the challenges crime victims face every day across the U.S. (Submitted photo)

 A throng of family, friends and former coworkers gathered on Wednesday, April 4, to honor the late Linda Cummings with a bench outside the courthouse, the place Cummings worked for 36 years. She served as the juvenile director for the county from 2004 to 2015 and was also active in the Nyssa community, including volunteering numerous years with the Nyssa Nite Rodeo. (The Enterprise/JOhn L. Braese)