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May 7 2018 thru May 13 2018

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COMMUNITY NEWS May 11
Fund set up to pay for restoring Nyssa cemetery gravestones
The Hilltop Memorial Cemetery has opened a special restoration account to accept donations to cover an estimated $50,000 in costs to repair and replace damaged headstones and other memorials.
BREAKING NEWS May 11
3 arrested in connection with murder arraigned, 4th suspect named in Ontario murder
The three persons named in connection with an Ontario murder today heard a list of charges against them while a bail amount was set by Malheur County Circuit Court Judge Erin Landis. A fourth person, Matthew Jaggi, was also named in charges filed by the Malheur County District Attorney's office.
BREAKING NEWS May 11
3 arrested in Ontario murder
The Malheur County District Attorney said three people will be arraigned today on various charges related to the death of Douglas Madrid.
PUBLIC NOTICES May 10
Publications from local governments, private parties
EMPLOYMENT May 10
They're hiring - local job openings
OBITUARIES May 9
This week's local obituaries
Symona Lee “Monie” Maire, Florence M. Allen, Douglas A. Merrell, Opal B. Futter, Gloria A. Bullard
YOUR GOVERNMENT May 9
Board members should sharpen vision for Treasure Valley Community College
EDITORIAL: Malheur County's community college is a vital asset that has faced a series of challenges. Now's the time to hit reset to be sure it gets stronger, serves the right needs.
YOUR SCHOOLS May 9
Eiguren ready to fly high at the United States Air Force Academy
Recent Jordan Valley High School graduate is the first ever from the small school in southeastern Oregon to win appointment to a national military academy.
YOUR SCHOOLS May 9
Duckworth represents Vale High School in national auto competition
Vale senior takes his automotive skills to Kentucky, taking along a legacy of success. How does he decide what's wrong? We tell you.
YOUR SCHOOLS May 9
Viking robotics team profits from experience against worldwide competition
A young squad of inventors competed against the best at the VEX Robotics World Championship tournament in Kentucky earlier this month. The team finished 73rd out of 95 teams in a field packed with talent.
YOUR GOVERNMENT May 9
Questions put local accountant into the spotlight of Ontario budget controversy
Mary Jo Evers set out to try and save the city's recreation department but her queries on the city's upcoming fiscal plan pushed her into the middle of a simmering, and contentious, political debate.
LOCAL SPORTS SIGNUPS May 9
Soccer and volleyball available for Malheur County kids
The Ida-Ore Soccer Club is holding tryouts in Ontario for the upcoming season and in Vale, volleyball camp is coming for future netters.
YOUR COMMUNITY May 9
Police pursue clues on cemetery vandalism
Families, officials seek answers after binge of destruction at Hilltop Memorial Cemetery near Nyssa last week left more than $50,000 in damage.
LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP May 9
Action includes track action for Adrian, Harper, Jordan Valley, Nyssa, Ontario and Vale.
Here's the latest on golf action from Vale and Nyssa and catch up with Bulldog baseball.
COMMUNITY ROUND UP May 9
Ontario Feral Cat Project is holding a yard sale
Plant sales abound, including one sponsored by Project Dove and another by the Adrian FFA. The Vale High School Class of 1969 is preparing for a 50-year reunion and needs to hear from graduates.
LOCAL SPORTS May 9
Vale Vikings baseball sweeps Hilanders
The two wins in Burns keep the Viks in second place in the Eastern Oregon League standings with Stanfield/Echo still to play.
NYSSA NEWS May 9
Nyssa asking for tips in vandalism act at Hilltop Memorial Cemetery
The Oregon Trail Arena is open Friday for a play day, letter carriers will be collecting food, a spaghetti dinner is planned and the Nyssa Nite Rodeo gears up with flag team tryouts.
LOCAL SPORTS May 9
Vale Viking softball wins 2 in Burns
The softball team scored a combined 39 runs over the Burns Hilanders in Eastern Oregon League action.
LOCAL SCHOOLS May 9
Malheur County high school seniors ponder past, future
Before they donned the mortarboard and zipped up their graduation gowns, more than 100 area high school seniors responded to questions from the Malheur Enterprise. Their answers show ambition, hope -- and worry.

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