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Apr 9 2018 thru Apr 15 2018

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COMMUNITY ROUND UP April 13
Get blasted with color in Ontario for the Relief Nursery and catch up with the legislative session with Rep. Lynn Findley in Vale
The Ontario School District welcomes kindergarten students to a round-up and the Treasure Quiltmakers schedule a meeting in Ontario.
COMMUNITY NEWS April 13
Ontario's Cultural Center schedule packed
April is a busy month at the Four Rivers Cultural Center with exhibits, children's theater and dance.
YOUR GOVERNMENT April 12
Former Ontario councilor quits posts after 'poor behavior' over sales tax sign
Charlotte Fugate, an Ontario leader, steps down from two boards after she entered a downtown business and tore down a sign urging voters to dismiss the city's proposed 1 percent sales tax.
YOUR GOVERNMENT April 11
City officials have no authority to undo marijuana sales ban in Ontario, law says
Some residents believe the Ontario City Council should rescind its ban on marijuana dispensaries and use the tax dollars generated by the stores to shore up finances. Oregon law says that's not possible.
EDUCATION April 11
Treasure Valley Community College president still working on doctorate degree
The college offered high-priced incentives for President Dana Young to acquire her doctorate, a goal she expects to reach this summer after eight years on the job.
EDITORIAL April 11
Love it or hate it, Ontario citizens get into sales tax debate
The recent Town Hall showed people are concerned, asking the right questions and willing to listen when it comes to the upcoming vote on Ontario's general sales tax.
LOCAL SPORTS April 11
Nyssa Bulldogs notch their first baseball win
After a tough preseason, the Nyssa baseball season takes the team's first win in league play against the Riverside Pirates.
YOUR COMMUNITY April 11
Historical society steps in to save Vale landmark
The group plans renovate the First Bank of Vale, one of the oldest buildings in town, but it needs help from the public to pay for the work.
LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP April 11
High school league play opens around Malheur County despite weather challenges
The Vale baseball team splits a double header and the Nyssa tennis team beats Payette. The Vale and Nyssa golf teams compete in Pendleton.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR April 11
TVCC sides deserve kudos for deliberations toward new deal
A Vale attorney provides his thoughts on the new labor deal struck between the college and teaching staff. He isn't happy about a recent editorial.
EMPLOYMENT April 11
They're hiring - local job openings
Coaching jobs available at Malheur County area schools.
COMMUNITY NEWS April 11
Adrian senior wins state FFA post
Sundee Speelmon was elected as the state reporter at the recent state FFA convention, the first state officer from Adrian in 20 years. Holding off college for a year, Speelmon will travel the state representing youth in agriculture.
COMMUNITY NEWS April 11
Malheur County health chief leaving for Peace Corps post in Ecuador
After leading the county health department for the last two years, Angie Gerrard is leaving in May on a new journey of life.
LOCAL SPORTS April 11
Four Rivers Falcons open tennis season in Nyssa
The Four Rivers Preparatory School tennis team received the school's first taste of high school tennis action, traveling to Nyssa to meet the Bulldogs.
LOCAL SPORTS April 11
Vale's Oregon Trail results push state standings
Athletes from Adrian, Ontario, Nyssa, Harper and Vale took victories at the recent Oregon Trail Invitational and earned state rankings.
PUBLIC SAFETY April 11
Montwheeler wants to fire his attorneys, calls them 'shysters'
The Nampa man, facing charges of aggravated murder, assault and kidnapping, wrote to the judge presiding over his case to say he wants to fire his attorneys and that he has been subject to 'brainwashing.'
PUBLIC NOTICES April 11
Publications from local governments, private parties
Statement of Nondiscrimination - Oregon Telephone Corporation

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