State throws financial life preserver to Malheur County groups as Covid epidemic endures

With no one to book conferences or plays, chairs are stacked up in a hallway of the Four Rivers Cultural Center last week. The facility suffered a drop in use in the wake of the Covid epidemic but state funding will help keep the doors of the building open. (The Enterprise/Les Zaitz).

ONTARIO - A financial life preserver in the form of a state grant will . . .

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