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Yet another heat wave takes hold in Malheur County

Lincoln Steele does a backflip off the high dive to cool off at the Vale City Pool on Tuesday, Aug. 10. The high for the day was 96. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Malheur County is again turning into a hot, roiled sea of literal heat waves as the forecast predicts yet another round of triple-digit temperatures in the coming days.

The National Weather Service in Boise has issued an excessive heat warning for “dangerously hot conditions” in Ontario and the area from the morning of Thursday, Aug. 12 until the late evening of . . .