Tiffanie Stabler, of Origins Faith Community, prepares one of the food boxes handed out at the facility's meal site on Thursday, Dec. 15. While Origins provides a day shelter for the homeless, there is currently no place open 24 hours to help the unhoused escape cold temps. (The Enterprise/PAT CALDWELL) In the community Left out in the cold: Lack of resources leaves homeless at the mercy of severe winter temps by Pat Caldwell on December 16, 2022 Pat Caldwell Author More in In the community: Pickleball fever comes to Malheur County, but a lack of courts hinders play February 3, 2023 Coming Up: Local history, Groundhog feast are on Malheur County’s calendar February 2, 2023 Vale club takes up wide-ranging Cussler adventure tale February 1, 2023 The lack of a 24-hour homeless shelter means Ontario's 300 or more unhoused must face cold temperatures on their own . . . You've reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.