Ontario School District. (The Enterprise/Les Zaitz)
VALE – Results for the special election on Tuesday, May 18, spell changes for Malheur County’s local school boards.
The Ontario School Board, disrupted by strife in recent months, will see two incumbents hold onto power while a divisive member loses re-election, according to results released at 1 a.m. Wednesday by Malheur County Clerk Gayle Trotter.
In Nyssa, four of five incumbents on the school board, including the chair, lost to challengers, portending a significant shakeup in the Nyssa School District, based on initial election results from the Malheur County Clerk's Office.
And Treasure Valley Community College will now have two new board members who are likely to push the college even more deeply into work training students in career skills such as welding and . . .