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 . . .