A remote location, great food – a Malheur City tradition

Curtis Martin runs the grill at the annual gathering Sunday at what was once Malheur City, northwest of Brogran. (The Enterprise/Les Zaitz)

Tucked in the high hills north of Cow Valley, the Malheur City Convention Center won't ever host trade shows, political conventions, or industrial exhibitions.

Instead, it comes to life every Memorial Day weekend as families gather to pay their respects at the tidy cemetery . . .

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