Malheur County pulls together plan to allow business, life to resume more normally

Malheur County Health Department Director Sarah Poe said any blueprint to reopen the county will be like a 'sunrise, not a flick of a switch.' (The Enterprise/File.)

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ONTARIO – Malheur County officials say lifting COVID-19 virus restrictions locally will be a slow, methodical process that hinges on several key factors.

Last week Gov. Kate Brown outlined her plan to reopen the state. The plan, which will be executed in stages, revolves around a series of key conditions that include . . .