The Voice of Malheur County

Posts by Date

Aug 13 2018 thru Aug 19 2018

← Previous week        Next week →

COMMUNITY NEWS Aug. 17
'Red flag' warning still in effect from National Weather Service as fires burn in Malheur County
Small and large fires scattered around the county are being battled by crews as the area remains under a fire warning with thunderstorms likely in the region.
EDITORIAL Aug. 17
EDITORIAL: It's time for one last ribbon from this year's fair
Once again, the Malheur County Fair proved itself a wonderful gathering place. The fair board and staff do a great job welcoming reviews and comments about what people liked and what could change.
AGRICULTURE Aug. 17
Malheur County farmers manage through hot spell
The National Weather Service has issued two excessive heat warnings in Malheur County this summer. Extreme heat can damage crops, but farmers say they haven't suffered too many losses.
OBITUARIES Aug. 16
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
Russell Maurice Bond, Mona Sosa,Edna M. Gomez, Michael McSweeney, Domingo Garcia, Edward Earl Turpen, Doris Standage, Masao Morishige,
SPECIAL REPORT Aug. 16
In Malheur County, chasing Oregon's biggest pot of gold
The story of the Grassy Mountain mine now spans more than three decades. And it all started with a camping trip.
AGRICULTURE Aug. 16
Malheur County abuzz with bees
Malheur County has the most bee colonies in Oregon. The insects are vitally important for pollinating crops. Bee populations face new and old challenges, but experts say it's a good time to be a beekeeper.
POLICE Aug. 15
Remote wrecks claim eight lives
Rural highways have a deadly couple of days after multiple people die in crashes.
EMPLOYMENT Aug. 15
They're hiring - local job openings
Malheur Enterprise has opening for business manager.
COMMUNITY Aug. 15
Event a yearly boost for Ontario football team, community
A local group has raised more than $40,000 for the Ontario Tigers to date by sourcing community members to band together around the team's success.
COMMUNITY NEWS Aug. 15
New school debuts in Nyssa
Nyssa Middle School students will start the school year with new classrooms, a new gymnasium, an art room and media center.
COMMUNITY EVENTS Aug. 15
22nd annual Vale talent show a success
Twenty-six talent show contestants lit up the stage at the Rex Theater with their singing, dancing, and poetry reading skills as relatives and friends looked on.
PUBLIC NOTICES Aug. 15
Publications from local governments, private parties
Malheur County Advisory Committee ,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE TS No.: 061516-OR ,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE TS No.: 071888-OR ,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE TS No.: 067193-OR,TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE TS No.: 062766-OR
PUBLIC SAFETY Aug. 14
Harney County crash marks deadly week on Eastern Oregon roadways
Eleven people have died on regional highways over a five-day period that began Aug. 8.
COMMUNITY EVENTS Aug. 14
Meeting to decide future of historic Vale Hotel
The Vale Hotel has been vacant since 1969. The Drexel H. Foundation and Rural Development Initiative are holding a meeting this Thursday to hear community input on how the building could be used.
PUBLIC SAFETY Aug. 13
Desert wreck kills 8
The Oregon State Police are still investigating the accident which occurred just south of Crane in Harney County this morning.
PUBLIC SAFETY Aug. 13
California man dies in crash near Jordan Valley
Victor Dunkelberger, 33, of Rocklin, Calif., was killed in a head-on collision Saturday afternoon near the Oregon-Nevada border.

← Previous week        Next week →