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Jul 15 2019 thru Jul 21 2019

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ONTARIO July 20
PHOTOS: Ontario Airport Day celebrates aviation with family fun
The airport appreciation event featured unique planes, cars and motorcycles, live music and food vendors. The Young Eagle Flights — free airplane rides for youth — was the highlight of the day.
YOUR GOVERNMENT July 19
State Rep. Lynn Findley reflects on legislative session
The 2019 legislative session was six months of partisan push and pull. The Enterprise sat down recently with Rep. Lynn Findley to discuss some of his session highs and lows.
EDUCATION July 19
Ontario parents lash out at district
Concerns raised over staff turnover, failed school bond and district leadership
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT July 18
State gives green light to rail reload center
The Oregon Transportation Commission voted unanimously today to approve $26 million for the project north of Nyssa. The approval, though, comes with several conditions with an emphasis on an "incremental" approach to the venture.
YOUR COMMUNITY July 18
Live After 5 concert series keeps folks rockin' and rollin' in Ontario
Every two weeks in the summertime, the Four Rivers Cultural Center hosts food vendors and free concerts.
YOUR COMMUNITY July 18
Dennis and Bobbi Buttice lauded for community service
Local couple split award at Vale Chamber of Commerce banquet.
ONTARIO July 18
Ontario mentor knocks it out in the ring with passion, poise
Eddie Melendrez may run a boxing club, but the sport comes second to his community service.
PUBLIC NOTICES July 18
Publications from local governments, private parties
Estate of Tamara Kay Ragains
BREAKING NEWS July 17
Nyssa's rail facility has 'reasonable chance' to succeed, consultants conclude
In a new report made public Wednesday, consultants for the state Transportation Department find much to like about new information from Malheur County about the proposed Treasure Valley Reload Center. The consultants said the latest information shows strong demand and five times the savings for shippers than earlier projected.
PUBLIC SAFETY July 17
Montwheeler won't face death penalty
With a change in Oregon law taking effect now, the charges against Anthony Montwheeler may have to be revised and he would no longer face death if convicted of two murders.
NYSSA July 17
Nyssa's annual festival celebrates hidden hillside treasures
Rockhound tours are a staple during Nyssa's Thunderegg Days celebration.
YOUR GOVERNMENT July 17
Malheur County issues burn ban
Dry conditions compel officials to order the ban. The ban will continue until further notice and includes all open burning and burn barrels.
PUBLIC SAFETY July 17
Malheur County Sheriff's office says assault report was false
The Malheur County Sheriff’s Office confirmed earlier this month that the reported assault of an 8-year-old girl at a Girl Scout horse camp in June was unfounded.
EMPLOYMENT July 17
They're hiring - local job openings
Positions include Recruiting Coordinator, Salesman, Assistant Baseball Coach, Comptroller, Cafeteria position, Harvest Helpers
PUBLIC NOTICES July 17
Publications from local governments, private parties
Court Proceedings, Estate ofTamara Kay Ragains, Ironside Rural Road , Summons
MALHEUR COUNTY ECONOMY July 17
Citizens call for audit of Malheur County department, commissioner sees no reason
Emails released under a public records request show that citizens have asked Malheur County Judge Dan Joyce to order an audit of the Malheur County Economic Development Department. County commissioners say they won't do so.
YOUR GOVERNMENT July 16
Walden condemns President Trump's tweets, comments on congresswomen
Oregon's only Republican federal lawmaker released a statement earlier today that called America "a nation of immigrants." Walden also called for a greater focus on what he termed to be real issues such as veterans, the border and healthcare.
PUBLIC SAFETY July 15
UPDATE: Charges modified for defendant in crash that injured 7
A Nyssa man faces several criminal charges, accused of running through a stop sign and striking another vehicle.

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