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Jun 4 2018 thru Jun 10 2018

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EDITORIAL Jun. 8
EDITORIAL: Dealing with local school threats requires clear protocols
EDITORIAL: Three schools in Malheur County have had to deal with reports of threats by students. What gets said and when about these threats is important community security.
SCHOLARSHIPS Jun. 8
Vale High School seniors garner college bounty
The class of 2018 scholarships at Vale High School were announced at the recent graduation ceremony.
SCHOLARSHIPS Jun. 7
Adrian's graduates head to college with scholarship money in hand
Adrian school officials released the list of scholarships earned by graduating seniors, some reaching five figures.
NYSSA NEWS Jun. 7
Retiree, rodeo in the spotlight in Nyssa
On the calendar: a party for Pat Oliver, junior barrel racing, a library story teller and singer, and more
SCHOLARSHIPS Jun. 7
Nyssa High School seniors gain awards for college
The Class of 2018 in Nyssa amasses aid for their post-high school studies.
VALE NEWS Jun. 7
Vale roundup: Grab your paint brush for Flag Day in the park
Events are coming up at Malheur Drug, the library, and Wadleigh Park.
COMING UP Jun. 7
Dinners, yard sales, kittens abound in the Treasure Valley
The Lions host a dinner, while the Quiltmakers put on a sale – just a few of the things to do in the Ontario area this month.
YOUR GOVERNMENT Jun. 7
Local economic group zeroes in on mismatches between Oregon, Idaho
From power costs to professional licenses, a state-backed group is searching for fixes to give Malheur County a stronger economy.
COMMUNITY NEWS Jun. 7
In Ontario, the good times go global
America’s Global Village Festival, organized by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, brings international cultures and the area’s own history at Lions Park.
PUBLIC NOTICES Jun. 6
Publications from local governments, private parties
Ironside Rural Road Distrit, Malheur County Court, Vale Rural Fire Protection District, Nyssa City Council, Harper School District, Juntura School District
LOCAL SCHOOLS Jun. 6
Mustangs of Jordan Valley draw grants from colleges
Awards for the Class of 2018 were announced during recent graduation ceremonies at Jordan Valley High School
YOUR SCHOOLS Jun. 6
Fugate paces Harper automotive team to top honors
A junior at Harper High School, Fugate won the state title in diesel competition. Now he will move on to compete at nationals set in Kentucky later this month.
EDUCATION Jun. 6
Surf’s up – and class is outdoors for Nyssa kids
New state funding gives students from Malheur and other counties an outdoor learning experience
YOUR COMMUNITY Jun. 6
Petitioners pursuing marijuana measures for Ontario
A Washington man and a local group are each preparing to launch campaigns to push separate proposals to approve marijuana sales in Ontario. Petitioners must collect about 825 local signatures to place the issue on the ballot.
YOUR SCHOOLS Jun. 6
Communcation, clear expecations crucial to halting school violence
In the wake of national tragedies and threats of violence at Malheur County learning centers, keeping a school and its students safe resonates across a broad spectrum. But how much security is enough and what should parents do to be prepared?
EMPLOYMENT Jun. 6
They're hiring - local job openings
YOUR NEWSPAPER Jun. 5
Enterprise editor honored for 'courage tenacity and integrity in rural journalism'
Les Zaitz, Malheur Enterprise publisher and editor, is being awarded the 2017 Tom and Pat Gish Award for the rigorous pursuit of local journalism, announced The Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues on Tuesday.
YOUR COMMUNITY Jun. 4
Storm ignites range fire north of Vale
Vale BLM and rangeland association crews respond to 63-acre fire that erupted in the Alkali Flat area Sunday night from a thunderstorm. The BLM estimated the fire will be contained by noon today.

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