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Oct 15 2018 thru Oct 21 2018

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Oct. 20
Malheur County football teams sweep the night
Four games, four wins. It was a good night in football Friday as league play winds downs for Malheur County teams. Here are the scores.
YOUR COMMUNITY Oct. 19
Mayoral candidate and city clash over park
Riley Hill, a local contractor and candidate for mayor, wants a 1,000-foot buffer between Moore Park and marijuana dispensaries in Ontario's downtown core. Hill built the park and leased it to the city for $1 a year but said if officials do not agree with his proposal he will take the facility back.
YOUR COMMUNITY Oct. 18
From rodeo to the big screen: Local man recounts life as a Hollywood stuntman
R.L. Tolbert has been burned, punched and crashed lots of cars and he doesn't have a single regret.
STATE POLITICS Oct. 17
Buehler lands $2 million from Knight, Republican governors group in surge of fund raising.
As the Oregon governor's race remains tight, Nike owner Phil Knight wrote a $1 million check to Knute Buehler, the Republican candidate for governor. The Bend legislator also landed another $1 million from the national association representing the country's Republican governors.
COLUMN Oct. 17
COLUMN: Endorsements just one part of political conversation
With editorial endorsements and a separate package of election news stories, The Malheur Enterprise hopes to add perspective and information for voters to consider.
LOCAL BUSINESS Oct. 17
New coffee shop is open in Nyssa
Cattle Drive Coffee and Grill began serving thirsty and hungry residents recently and offers a host of flavors six days a week.
EDITORIAL Oct. 17
EDITORIAL: For kids' sake, Ontario voters should approve rec district
EDITORIAL: Voters ought to enthusiastically embrace the measure to create a recreation district. It offers a chance to improve the quality of life in Ontario by continuing these youth programs. The district will improve the quality of life for others with plans to take the “closed” sign off the Ontario Aquatics Center.
SPECIAL SERIES: DIRTY WATER Oct. 17
Malheur Basin and its tributaries record lowest water quality ratings in the state
Farmers, state and local agencies are working to reduce pollution and runoff through innovative irrigation practices.
SPORTS Oct. 17
Chukars rope first wins in home arena
Both the mens' and womens' teams claimed top titles at regional and Chukar Rodeo over the weekend.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Oct. 17
Bulldogs defense stymies Burns despite absence of key player
Nyssa bounced back from a tight loss against Vale last week to beat an undefeated Burns team on Friday.
STATE POLITICS Oct. 17
National political analyst: Oregon’s governor race a ‘tossup’
National politics website Cook Political Report weighed in on the governor's race, saying Gov. Kate Brown appears to be at a tie with state Rep. Knute Buehler.
COMMUNITY NEWS Oct. 17
Counting on faith: Rec district goes to voters
After the city of Ontario announced plans to cut its recreation department, area residents stepped up and are asking voters to form a district to take over the programs and reopen the aquatics center with money from a new property tax.
EMPLOYMENT Oct. 17
They're hiring - local job openings
Jobs available include Licensed Journeyman Electrician, OTR Driver, Maintenance Specialist, Ranch Worker, Ditchrider.
PUBLIC NOTICES Oct. 17
Publications from local governments, private parties
Estate of Darrell D. Standage, Estate of Doris F. Standage, Estate of Edith Earlene Jennings, Malheur County Noxious Weeds
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Oct. 17
Lady Vikings sweep weekend competition, learn playoff fate
With the regular season over, the Viking volleyball team now focuses on making it to the state tournament.
SPORTS Oct. 16
Ontario rolls over Baker, 35-21, under Friday night lights
Coach Erik Johnson credits the top performances of Ontario's quarterback and defense for securing a win Friday against a tough Baker team.

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