Events in the Treasure Valley are shining a spotlight on domestic violence. A display in 2020 provided stark commentary on the tragic effects of this persistent problem. (Enterprise file photo)
ONTARIO – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and local officials hope public recognition of a persistent problem in Malheur County will climb.
Each week during the month Project DOVE, a local nonprofit that serves victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking, is sponsoring events in the county to raise awareness about domestic violence.
A candlelight vigil was held Oct. 5 at Four Rivers Cultural Center’s Hikaru Mizu Japanese Garden.On Oct. 16 a bike ride and walk, which included a trunk and treat and costume competition, was held at Malheur County Community Corrections in Ontario.
The first annual Harvest Dinner, intended . . .