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Aug 19 2019 thru Aug 25 2019
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EDITORIAL: Vikings can take pride in their new middle school
The new Vale Middle School represents the community's commitment to education and willingness to invest in itself.
PTO gears up for busy year helping Nyssa schools
Read about the latest happenings in Nyssa.
BLM gives fire engine to Vale
As part of the new Rural Fire Readiness program, the Vale Fire and Ambulance Department received a 2002 Freightliner fire engine.
Bement retiring for job, not skies
After over 30 years, Bob Bement is retiring from his position as Vale airport manager. Though he'll take a step back from working on the airstrip, Bement will still be found at the airport accumulating his hours in the sky.
Main roads through Vale get makeover
Crews worked overnight two nights in a row last week to resurface Vale's two main roads, Washington Street, and A Street.
MALHEUR COUNTY ENTERTAINMENT
It's a free music show in Ontario Thursday
Four Rivers Cultural Center is hosting a free concert this Thursday, Aug. 22, as part of its Singer-Songwriter Concert series. The center will host Steve Brown and Jill Miller, two local musicians from the Treasure Valley area.
Executive action has long been Brown's hole card on greenhouse gas limits, records show
Starting in 2017, Gov. Kate Brown started talking with agency leaders about finding an alternative route to lower Oregon’s carbon footprint if legislative efforts faltered.
FACES FROM THE FIELD: Free event Sunday will highlight farmworkers
The Oregon Human Development Corp. will celebrate National Farmworker Appreciation Day with a free event Sunday, Aug. 25 at Lion's Park from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Ontario nonprofit seeks homes for feral cats
The Ontario Feral Cat Project is looking for permanent homes for a cuddly crew of cats, and wants to invite people to its weekly adoption events every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
Richard Lee “Rick” Johnson, Elizabeth Diane (Schwarz) Brown, Delores Faye Andersen, Byron G. Ryals, William D. Bolen, Shirley J. Jungk
Publications from local governments, private parties
Estate of Barbara Ann Williams, Summons, Notice of sale
Vale Senior Citizen Center reaches milestone
The center which offers a sense of community to seniors in both Oregon and Idaho, will soon own the land that it sits on, allowing it to expand and offer more to its more than 100 members.
They're hiring - local job openings
Positions available include Shop Assistant, Caregivers, Assistant Comptroller, Program Assistant, Head Librarian, Truck driver, General work
Successful Hero Day event provides supplies for Nyssa classes
Community volunteers this week delivered donated school supplies to the three schools in the Nyssa School District, the result of a well attended Hero Day celebration.
Malheur County sheriff: No crime by Enterprise staff
Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe announced Wednesday that an inquiry by his office has found no basis to open a criminal investigation into the Malheur Enterprise.
Ontario High School football fundraiser kicks off Saturday
Taco dinner, auctions and a dance are in store for fans of the Ontario Tigers.
PHOTOS: Adrian Community Market invests in town's future
The Adrian Community Market offers handmade local wares, as well as fresh produce and pies, as a way to support local makers and contribute to the town's revitalization project. The market runs through the first and third Fridays in September.
MALHEUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT
Malheur County officials ask sheriff to assess whether Enterprise reporters broke laws
In an unusual move, Malheur County officials have asked Sheriff Brian Wolfe to consider whether crimes were committed in reporting work by The Enterprise. The calls come after investigative reports about county economic development projects
PHOTOS: Free haircut event helps students start school fresh
Hair cutting pros from the Treasure Valley gave students free haircuts Sunday, a day before the new school year. Hundreds of kids and parents shuffled into the make-shift hair salon set up at the Malheur County Fairgrounds for the second annual Every Child Deserves to Look and Feel Good event.
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