HALLOWEEN: Across Malheur County, it looks like a SPOOKY weekend

Nyssa businesses get ready for Halloween with colorful and imaginative window and sidewalk decor, including scarecrows and a pumpkin-headed figure in need of coffee. (The Enterprise/LILIANA FRANKEL)

VALE – Despite ongoing concerns about the Covid pandemic, a busy spooky season is planned in Malheur County as organizations gear up to host trick-or-treating, contests, and even dances. 

In Nyssa, there will be a Trunk or Treat Saturday, Oct. 30, on Main Street sponsored by the Nyssa Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture. Cars are asked to line up by 4:30 p.m. and families will start filing by to collect treats at 5 p.m.

Then, on Sunday, Oct. 31, the Nyssa Police Department will be giving away candy at the police station. 

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