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Jul 23 2018 thru Jul 29 2018

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GALLERY July 28
Fire rages through Dentinger Feed building in Vale
Flames and black smoke towered above the feed storage facility on Morton Street about 3 p.m. Saturday.
YOUR COMMUNITY July 27
Ontario pro-pot group closes in on ballot initiative
With the delivery of 1,860 petition signatures to city hall this week, MalheurCAN! is one step closer to putting their proposal to repeal a ban on recreational marijuana sales before voters in November.
COMMUNITY NEWS July 26
Kraft Heinz workers remain uncertain how restructuring will affect their jobs
Kraft Heinz has declined to clarify exactly how many of the jobs it plans to change in a restructuring are currently filled by workers and whether enough new positions are available to guarantee everyone continued work.
PUBLIC SAFETY July 26
Sheriff's office used new gun seizure law twice in past six months
Extreme protection orders are designed to keep weapons out of the hands of a person considered to be at risk of committing suicide or harming others. But a judge, not police, approves the order.
BREAKING NEWS July 26
Lightning sparks wildland fire northeast of Vale
A lightning-started fire 12 miles northeast of Vale is being managed by firefighters from the Vale BLM and Vale RFPA.
EMPLOYMENT July 25
They're hiring - local job openings
COMMUNITY NEWS July 25
Getting ready for the Malheur County Fair
This year's Malheur County Fair is coming up fast. There will be food, music and lots of family fun events.
POLICE July 25
Affidavit details night of Owyhee River shooting
A mother tells of hustling her three girls into a tent as her boyfriend fights with a man with a gun. The intruder died after the gun went off, according to a new affidavit.
LOCAL SPORTS July 25
Malheur County gridders take field to aid foster kids
Five Vale youth athletes were picked to showcase their talent and help foster kids at the First Annual Oregon All-State Football Game last month.
YOUR GOVERNMENT July 25
Ontario's threats of cuts fade as money moves save services
After warning of deep slashes to services the city council moved funds, decreased expenses and added a $5 water fee in the wake of the failure of a 1 percent sales tax proposal. Still, city leaders worry financial problems may grow in the future.
COMMUNITY NEWS July 25
Queen Bo takes the reins for Vale rodeo
Bo Bourasa, 19, is Vale's newly crowned rodeo queen.
PUBLIC NOTICES July 25
Publications from local governments, private parties
NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE,Storage Auction,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE, TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE,
YOUR GOVERNMENT July 25
Voter turnout in Malheur County edges up in county's primary
Voter turnout increased in Malheur County in the May primary election, beating the state's overall voter participation average.
YOUR GOVERNMENT July 24
McLeod-Skinner ready to take on Walden
The Democratic candidate for Congress believes momentum for her campaign is building but she faces a tough race against one of the most powerful lawmakers in the nation.
COMMUNITY NEWS July 23
Vale woman celebrates turning 100 years old
“Live a good life. Do the right thing all your life through,” said Marion Child on how others can live to be 100.

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