The Voice of Malheur County

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Jul 30 2018 thru Aug 5 2018

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COLUMN August 4
New reporters help blanket Malheur County
With recent additions, the Malheur Enterprise has the largest reporting staff in Malheur County, which means more digging and more stories that matter.
Malheur County Fair August 3
Kids, kettle corn and cotton candy - there is something for everyone at the fair
From food booths to 4-H it is all about having a good time at the county's biggest family event
EDITORIAL August 3
EDITORIAL: Community deserves straight talk from Kraft
Last week, Kraft Frozen Foods announced a major change in its Ontario plant operations. However, it's hard to know what to make of what Kraft Heinz is doing.
COMMUNITY NEWS August 3
TVCC nets big donation to boost career-tech program
TVCC receives a $100,000 gift to buy new equipment for the college's new Career and Technical Education Center.
HISTORY August 3
Wanted: a new owner for Malheur County landmark
The White Horse Inn, once a bustling business in downtown McDermitt, shut its doors long ago and is now on the market.
Malheur County Fair August 2
All's fair at the fair
The annual local event is off to a good start, drawing in big crowds despite the hot weather.
GALLERY August 2
PHOTOS: A flyover of the Dentinger Feed & Seed fire
Local pilot Bob Bement offered to take Enterprise reporter Carolyn Agrimis for a flyover of the Dentinger granary fire on Saturday, July 28.
COMMUNITY NEWS August 2
Rail planners juggle ideas, expectations
Malheur County's economic development director, Greg Smith, sticks to managing expectations for the new multimillion-dollar rail facility.
COMMUNITY NEWS August 2
Dentinger fire ruled as an accident
The Dentinger grain mill fire last Saturday has been ruled accidental, though the cause is undetermined, according to an investigation by fire officials.
COMMUNITY NEWS August 2
This STEM stands for success
Two local STEM programs, Malheur Youth Aviation Field Day and Malheur Youth Health Science Day, have won national excellence awards from the 4-H.
OBITUARIES August 2
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
Kimi Michelle Seals, Ninfa Luna, Georgia May Hood, Margaret E. Scott, Gary Eugene Smith
COMMUNITY NEWS August 1
Dentingers look to rebuild, keep serving community
The fire that blazed through the historic granary building may have destroyed the brick and mortar store but the Dentinger family's mission to serve the community remains the same.
COMMUNITY NEWS August 1
Nyssa council has vacancy to fill
The city of Nyssa is looking for a new city councilor after Buddy Mendive resigned last week.
EMPLOYMENT August 1
They're hiring - local job openings
VALE NEWS August 1
Fire rages through historic Vale granary
In moments, the towering granary in downtown Vale was in flames and soon collapsed on itself. The Saturday fire is among the biggest ever to hit the community.
COMMUNITY NEWS August 1
Report: Malheur kids mired in poverty
A higher portion of Malheur County's children are impoverished, a stubborn pattern that persists, according to new data.
PUBLIC NOTICES August 1
Publications from local governments, private parties
Case No. 6042 NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS,Malheur County Court Proceedings and the Schedule,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE TS No.: 062766-OR,TS No. OR07000079-18-1 APN 13932 TO No 180179143-OR-MSO TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE ,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE TS No.: 067193-OR ,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE TS No.: 061516-OR,IRONSIDE RURAL ROAD DISTRICT MEETING
PHOTO GALLERY July 31
Malheur County Fair begins with youth education and heat
The first day of the Malheur County Fair began in Ontario Tuesday. Events started under heat advisory conditions with a few clouds and smoke in the air.
LOCAL WEATHER July 30
Hot weather poses 'dangerous' situation for Malheur County
Temperatures are forecast to remain at or above 100 degrees in the coming days, with little relief at night. The sustained heat can cause illness.

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