When pandemic hit, a task force worked to find Malheur County’s way through

Lt. Rich Harriman, Malheur County Emergency Services director, leads a virtual meeting of the county's Covid task force last week in Vale. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).

ONTARIO – Those gathered in April as part of Malheur County’s Covid Task Force covered routine matters at the start – assessing the county’s personal protective equipment stockpile and what help was coming from state agencies.

Then . . .

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