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FreeCORONAVIRUS: LIFE IN MALHEUR COUNTY April 24
The door opens Monday morning to second round of federal loans that could help Malheur County firms
With an infusion of $310 billion, the federal Paycheck Protection Program comes back to life on Monday, April 27. Lenders can again submit applications. from businesses seeking forgivable federal loans to cover payroll and specific operating costs.
OBITUARIES April 24
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
Gary Lee Kamo
FreeCOMMENTARY April 24
Reader support is critical as Enterprise continues to follow vital local news
Now, more than ever, furnishing up-to-date and accurate information to the public is crucial. The Enterprise is dedicated to our plan to provide the best coverage possible but we need your help.
VALE April 24
Family plans 'cruise by' service for Gary Kamo
Gary Kamo of Vale died on Monday, April 20, in an industrial accident in Ontario. Because of the global pandemic, the family is hosting a "cruise by" memorial on Saturday, April 25.
FreeCORONAVIRUS: Life in Malheur County April 23
WANTED: Art for COVID contest at Four Rivers Cultural Center
Four Rivers Cultural Center launched "Art for All," a contest calling on the community to show off some creativity to help create an art time capsule of sorts during these troubling times. Submissions are entered to win gift cards to local businesses. Deadline to submit your work is May 7.
FreeCORONAVIRUS: Life in Malheur County April 23
FOOD GUIDE: Hungry? Here's a guide to takeout, delivery eats in Malheur County
FOOD GUIDE: Restaurant operators in Malheur County are offering an array of takeout and delivery options, as they adjust to COVID-19 restrictions that halted on-site dining. Here's a guide to what's available.
FreeCORONAVIRUS: Life in Malheur County April 23
NYSSA NEWS: Local churches going digital
Several churches in Nyssa are going online with services and bible studies and the Nyssa FFA will hold its annual hanging basket sale on Friday, May 1.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 23
Malheur County plans drive-through testing for coronavirus to get handle on scope of infections
As pressure builds across Oregon to reopen businesses, health authorities are expanding testing to determine the extent of COVID-19 infections. Malheur County plans a one-day drive-through clinic on April 29 as part of that effort.
OBITUARIES April 22
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
William Henry Beal,Nell M. Zambon, Floyd John Bessey, Pauline Raleigh, George Theodore (Ted) Payne, Richard L. Sr. Jordan
EMPLOYMENT April 22
They're hiring - local job openings
Positions available include Equipment Operator, Administrative Assistant, Ranch Worker
PUBLIC NOTICES April 22
Publications from local governments, private parties
Valley View Cemetery Budget, City of Vale Budget, Arock School District Budget, Juntura School District Budget, Harper School District Budget, Jordan Valley School District, Summons
FreeCORONAVIRUS: Life in Malheur County April 22
COVID scraps nuptial plan – but in the end, true love conquers all
A Nyssa couple got married at home after concerns over COVID-19 put a stop to their original wedding plans. Instead of a ceremony at Cow Hollow Park with 200-plus guests, friends and family watched them tie the knot from inside cars parked in front of the couple's home.
FreeCORONAVIRUS: LIFE IN MALHEUR COUNTY April 22
A month into 'stay home,' Malheur County people and businesses adapt. - and wait
A month of changes has transformed life in Malheur with restrictions taking hold, schools closed and businesses adjust operations in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. Kate Brown is now talking about how to shift Oregon back towards normal.
FreeCORONAVIRUS: LIFE IN MALHEUR COUNTY April 22
Vale tavern owner worries without federal help her businesses could founder
Kathy Saldana owns A Street Tavern in Vale and Quins Bar in Ontario. Saldana sought assistance through the federal Paycheck Protection Program but was shocked and discouraged when she learned last week the money for the plan was gone.
YOUR GOVERNMENT April 21
U.S. Supreme Court decision may impact some local cases
The court ruled 6-3 Monday laws in Oregon and Louisiana that allowed individuals accused of felony crimes to be convicted by a split vote of a jury to be unconstitutional.
FreeCORONAVIRUS: LIFE IN MALHEUR COUNTY April 21
At the Malheur County Courthouse, tasks go on as some employees work from home
While county offices remain open, many staff work from home now and access to the courthouse is restricted.
MALHEUR COUNTY EDUCATION April 21
Malheur County students make honor roll at Oregon State University
Several students from Ontario, Nyssa and Vale made the winter term Scholastic Honor Roll at Oregon State University, earning at least a B plus or better to make the listing.
PUBLIC SAFETY April 20
Idaho man leads police on high-speed pursuit
Francisco Cuevas, Kuna, was arrested and charged with unlawful use of a weapon, reckless driving, attempt to elude and reckless endangering of a person after he crashed his car near Ontario April 16.
FreeCORONAVIRUS: LIFE IN MALHEUR COUNTY April 20
PHOTO GALLERY: Behind the scenes at Vale's 'pandemic prom'
Prom night would have been last week for a lot of local seniors. With many traditional celebrations canceled, Luzetta's Flowers and Red Barn Photography found a way to help students remember what would have been a special day.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 20
Census work around Malheur County still vital despite virus closures
As the pandemic extends the deadline, officials say the crisis underscores the importance of the 10-year count.

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