The Voice of Malheur County

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Jun 18 2018 thru Jun 24 2018

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COLUMN Jun. 21
Hay's on the ground - so it looks like rain
Farmers in Oregon know that the weather can kick up a fuss just at the wrong time.
YOUR COMMUNITY Jun. 21
Ranching is more than a way of life for Vale 4th of July grand marshals
Jamieson's Steve and Mary McBride will lead the Vale 4th of July Parade. They have seven decades of experience on the range and don't appear to be slowing down.
RODEO Jun. 21
Cowboys master fear and seek glory at the Nyssa Nite Rodeo
Behind the chutes Saturday night at the local, rodeo bronc and bull riders geared up for eight seconds of terror, excitement and adrenaline.
ENVIRONMENT Jun. 21
Malheur County to experiment in fight to stop range loss
Invasive plant infestations now cover more than 100 million acres of public and private lands in the west but a unique, local experiment using cattle may prove to be a key tool to save rangeland.
LOCAL THINGS TO DO Jun. 21
Garden tour offers floral show in Ontario this Saturday
The tour also features tips and a container planting seminar by Susan Kurth of Andrews Seed.
OBITUARIES Jun. 21
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
Suzanne Bourasa, A. Joy Halliwell, Isao Kameshige, Helen Hite, Kenneth Halliwell
EMPLOYMENT Jun. 21
They're hiring - local job openings
EDITORIAL Jun. 20
EDITORIAL: Children should not be pawns in political battle over immigration
EDITORIAL: Malheur County is a community with deep immigrant roots, and our voice should be heard: Enough
WHAT TO DO - EVENTS Jun. 20
Four Rivers Cultural Center hosts festival packed with culture, traditions
From bead work to healing, participants will share skills passed down through generations in a free event on Saturday.
VALE NEWS Jun. 20
Sign up to run for fun at Vale's Fourth of July celebration
Mural touch-ups and a meeting of VHS alumni are keeping local folks busy in Vale.
AGRICULTURE Jun. 20
China trade mission could open door for exporting local beef
The director of the Oregon Agriculture Department says China is hungry for Oregon beef, but processing changes needed for exports to boom.
NYSSA NEWS Jun. 20
Nyssa Nite Rodeo, parade, events a great success
Put another breakfast and the Blue Mountain Fiddlers on your calendar.
PUBLIC NOTICES Jun. 20
Publications from local governments, private parties
Ironside Cemetery District , NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE, MALHEUR COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT, County Court-Notice to Interested Persons, Jordan Valley Cemetery
YOUR COMMUNITY Jun. 19
Adrian rolls up its sleeves, tidies the town, and plans the future
A community barbecue and a city-wide cleanup in Adrian are set for this weekend. Residents are thinking down the road too - about their community's future.
BREAKING NEWS Jun. 18
UPDATED: Walden says legislation will fix 'heartbreaking' issue with immigrant children
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Oregon, spoke out on Monday about the controversial developments at the U.S. border where federal authorities are separating children from parents and placing them in warehouse compounds. Two national immigration groups dispute his claims about pending legislation.
YOUR COMMUNITY Jun. 18
Nyssa Nite Rodeo draws cowboys from across the region
Behind the chutes at the annual June event is a place where fear, anticipation, and excitement merge.

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