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Feb 26 2018 thru Mar 4 2018

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EDUCATION March 2
Both sides agree, close
After over a year of negotiations and mediation sessions, both Treasure Valley Community College and the union representing teachers agree a compromise is close.
BREAKING NEWS March 2
Ontario High School student charged in threat
An Ontario High School sophomore is facing charges of Disorderly Conduct stemming from a notebook found containing threats to "Blow-up School".
LOCAL SPORTS March 2
Back after 18 years, Mustang girls are out
A young group of Jordan Valley players visited the state tournament for the first time in 18 years. After two losses at the tournament, the Mustangs now await another chance next year.
PUBLIC NOTICES March 2
Doris Robertson estate notice
BREAKING NEWS March 1
Ontario student suspended Thursday as police investigate threats of violence
After a student was reported making threats against others, the Ontario School District and Ontario Police Department questioned a student at Ontario High School. Authorities said they found a notebook with written threats to blow up the school.
SPECIAL REPORT: HIDDEN CHILDREN February 28
Strapped foster system grapples with epidemic of children at risk in Malheur County
The foster care system is overwhelmed, stressed by a surge in children who can no longer be left safely at home, according to a lengthy investigation by the Malheur Enterprise.
SPECIAL REPORT: HIDDEN CHILDREN February 28
Malheur CASA scrambles for volunteers to speak for kids
Specially trained adults in Malheur County keep an eye on foster kids' interests in the complex legal and care system.
POLICE February 28
Malheur County Sheriff warns students, teachers are at risk without a school resource officer
Brian Wolfe believes every school in the county should have a police officer on duty.
SCHOOLS February 28
Local school districts are alert after Florida shooting
The Ontario High School student body president said she feels safe attending classes. Schools are double-checking safety plans.
COLUMN February 28
Malheur Enterprise launches new website to deliver more news faster, adds digital subscriptions
With changes, the Enterprise provides the community an easier-to-use site, builds strength to provide even more coverage.
OPINION February 28
Community award winners set example in Vale, Nyssa, Ontario
Volunteers and Malheur County businesses give their time and money throughout the year. They get to take a bow but they should see more help in the trenches.
LETTERS February 28
Letters to the editor - Feb. 28
Lynn Findley says thanks to community; readers sound off about TVCC labor talks; and a writer proposes marijuana to solve budget woes
YOUR GOVERNMENT February 28
Solar firm pursuing Malheur County's biggest tax break
Cyprus Creek Renewables operates six local solar farms and the massive tax abatement is designed to attract big business - and jobs.
COMMUNITY February 28
Sable Kelso's senior project offers kids fun new way to learn
A Vale student's donation to Treasure Valley Relief Nursery provides children new activities both indoors and outdoors.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS February 28
Nyssa girls back in state quarterfinal basketball action
After a victory over Amity, the Nyssa Bulldogs are on the road to North Bend High School for quarterfinal action
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS February 28
Jordan Valley girls stampede to state quarterfinal action
After two wins in tournament play, the Mustangs are heading to Baker for quarterfinal play in 1A state tournament play.
YOUR GOVERNMENT February 28
U.S. Wildlife Services plans critter control
The agency in charge of wildlife damage management met with Malheur County Court to explain problems in servicing local producers.
SPORTS February 28
Jordan Valley boys in final 8, heading to Baker
After a home win and a road upset victory, the Mustangs board the bus to Baker vying for a state championship
COMMUNITY ROUNDUP February 28
Malheur County 4-H program now taking signups for day camp
Parents looking for something for the kids to do during spring break can turn to Malheur County's 4-H program as a number of activities are planned for spring break. In Nyssa, senior citizen dances are back and burn days are on the calendar.
EDUCATION February 28
More talks scheduled at Treasure Valley Community College
College administrators and the union representing teachers continue to meet, trying to come to an agreement over contracts.
COMMUNITY February 28
Signups start for Owyhee run
Runners and walkers can enjoy a spring run in the hills above Adrian while supporting the construction of a new school track.
OBITUARIES February 28
Perry DeWayne Galloway, Roderick H. McKay,
YOUR GOVERNMENT February 28
Bentz lauds governor's pledge to support vocational training
Meanwhile, State Rep. Lynn Findley, new to the Oregon House, keeps his focus on several key bills.

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