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Sep 2 2019 thru Sep 8 2019

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SPORTS September 6
PHOTOS: Baker rolls past Bulldogs
Baker defeats Nyssa 38-0 in non-league prep football action Friday night.
VALE September 6
What a doll: Local girl donates dolls to nursing home
Seventh grader Sadie Kulm sold "slime" at a booth to raise money to donate realistic dolls to Pioneer Place. Kulm hopes the dolls will be used for entertainment and therapy.
JORDAN VALLEY September 6
New eatery cooking in Jordan Valley, prepares to offer pizza and subs
Jordan Valley is getting its second restaurant. Big Loop Pizza and Subs, which will cater to both residents and travelers, is set to open in fall.
NYSSA NEWS September 5
IT business opens, paw prints coming to town
Catch up on the latest happenings in Nyssa.
MALHEUR COUNTY AGRICULTURE September 5
Ranchers in Malheur County find a niche in grass-fed beef
Desert Mountain Grass Fed Beef, a co-op out of Oregon and Idaho, is experimenting with a growing trend.
NATURAL RESOURCES September 5
Red flag warning issued for Malheur County
The National Weather Service expects heavy winds and thunderstorms with severe lightning in the area tonight through Friday.
EDITORIAL September 5
EDITORIAL: County needs audit to address economic development issues
EDITORIAL: Malheur County’s economic development department needs to be fixed, and that's going to take independent outside reviewers.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS September 5
Malheur County soccer squads kick off season
Coaches configure teams with fresh talent as the high school soccer season gets underway.
WILLOWCREEK September 4
Willowcreek School playground gets FCS grant funding
Willowcreek Elementary School takes one step closer to their playground goals.
YOUR COMMUNITY September 4
PHOTO GALLERY: Did someone say moo? FFA students judge cows at Dairylain Farms
Students from FFA clubs at high schools in Vale, Nyssa, Ontario, Harper, Adrian and Jordan Valley gathered at Dairylain Farms in Vale Wednesday, Sept. 4 for an annual district dairy judging competition. Click here for more photos and a list of winners.
VALE September 4
PHOTOS: A day at the gun range
Snake River Sportsmen club holds target practice every second and fourth Tuesday of each month.
OBITUARIES September 4
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
Walter Steven (Esteban) Silva, Harry Floyd Jr. Workman, Michelle L. Olsen,Laura Johnson
ONTARIO September 4
Marijuana stores multiply in Ontario
Retail marijuana stores continue to open in Ontario, with more on the way.
PUBLIC NOTICES September 4
Publications from local governments, private parties
Public Hearing, Estate of Anna Pfefferle, Notice of Sale, Estate of Barbara Ann Williams, Notice of Election, Malheur County Court , Ironside Rural Road District
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS September 4
Nyssa girls, boys put up solid fight at home
The Bulldogs played back-to-back home games against Baker, the girls losing 5-1 and the boys losing 7-2.
EMPLOYMENT September 4
They're hiring - local job openings
Positions include Parts Dismantler, City Council Vacancies, Maintenance, Academic Advisor, General Work, Truck Driver, Library Aide, Airport Committee
MALHEUR COUNTY September 4
Wyden's Canyonlands negotiations moving forward
In April, Wyden said he wanted to reach a compromise on land use priorities between area ranchers, residents and environmental groups.
YOUR COMMUNITY September 4
Class reunion coming up for Vale High's class of '59
The meet-up is slated for Friday,Sept. 13, at Wadleigh Park
HIGH SCHOOL . SPORTS September 4
Area cross country teams start off the season with different strategies
From individual growth to team scores, here's how area cross country teams are thinking about the 2019-2020 season.
NYSSA BUSINESS September 4
G.R.ate Pizza in Nyssa slices its last pies
Fans of Brad Goul's pizza operation will have to find a new alternative now that the Rodriguez Bakery, where Goul made his pizzas Fridays and Saturdays, is closing.
ONTARIO September 3
Walmart in Ontario to restrict ammunition sales, asks customers not to open carry
A statement from Walmart CEO Doug McMillon Tuesday announced that Walmart will no longer sell short-barrel rifle and handgun ammunition. The company also requests that customers no longer openly carry guns in the stores, something allowed by Oregon law. The changes affect the Ontario Walmart.
YOUR COMMUNITY September 3
Umpqua Bank to close branches in Vale, Nyssa
The two banking outlets will shut down by Nov. 21. The bank will consolidate its operations at its Ontario branch.
OREGON GOVERNMENT September 2
Oregon's drive to hire 300 workers for child welfare finally cranks up
A key to improving care for children in state foster care has been expanding a strained staff. Thousands have applied, and hiring will soon start, including slots in Ontario.
OREGON POLITICS September 2
The populist movement rolls through Oregon, setting its sights on Gov. Kate Brown
Two recall efforts to recall the governor claim to be headed for success, but the petition signers provided varying explanations for why the historic action was needed.

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