Border board is ready to hand out money to boost local economy

Shawna Peterson, left, is chair of the Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board. (Enterprise/File)

ONTARIO – The Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board is now taking applications for three grant programs designed to boost workforce training and improve local communities.

The three programs will dispense up to $450,000.

“We are really excited about it,” said Shawna Peterson, border board chair.

 The board . . .

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