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COMMUNITY October 24
New grant helps Enterprise translate election news into Spanish
The American Press Institute awarded a grant to help fund an Enterprise project translating local election stories for Spanish-speakers in the community. The newspaper was one of 11 news organizations chosen for the funding from a pool of 100 applicants from across the nation.
ELECTION 2020 October 24
VOTING VITALS: Updated count on ballot returns in Malheur County and key voting information
UPDATED VOTING VITALS: Read the latest development in the 2020 general election with the new daily report from the Malheur Enterprise, providing unmatched - and unbiased - information about your election.
ELECTION 2020 October 23
ELECTION 2020: McLaughlin, Vialpando face off in Vale mayor's race
Mike McLaughlin, the incumbent, touts his experience while challenger Tom Vialpando said he believe his ability for build relationships and create consensus will help the city.
FreeELECCIÓN 2020 October 23
ELECCIÓN 2020: Wolfe se apoya en su experiencia en su campaña por la reelección como sheriff de Malheur
El alguacil del condado de Malheur, Brian Wolfe, presenta a los votantes un enfoque conservador en el presupuesto y la política mientras destaca sus años de experiencia policial en su campaña por la reelección.
FreeELECCIÓN 2020 October 23
ELECCIÓN 2020: Walker se enfrenta al sheriff titular en la boleta electoral de noviembre en el condado de Malheur
Casey Walker, en la boleta electoral de noviembre como candidato a alguacil del condado de Malheur, habló sobre el trabajo a principios de este año, pero no respondió a solicitudes de entrevistas recientes sobre su campaña.
AROUND OREGON October 23
AROUND OREGON: Boise Cascade announces potential closure of Elgin plant
Lack of logs, DEQ order has Boise Cascade Company considering closure of plywood plant that employees 230 people in Northeast Oregon
MALHEUR COUNTY BUSINESS October 23
Youth hoop tournament generates fan enthusaism and packed Ontario hotels even as the Covid pandemic continues
Fan support for the Western Idaho October Showcase tournament packed Ontario hotels, bolstering the local economy even as Covid continues to linger in Malheur County and Idaho. Tournament officials, though, said stringent Covid precautions are in place during competition.
VALE October 23
Heating bill aid program sets up Vale interviews
Appointments are required for the Community in Action visit, which aims to help senior citizens and the disabled deal with energy costs.
ELECTION 2020 October 23
VOTING VITALS: The latest count on ballot returns in Malheur County and key voting information
UPDATED VOTING VITALS: Read the latest development in the 2020 general election with the new daily report from the Malheur Enterprise, providing unmatched - and unbiased - information about your election.
ELECTION 2020 October 22
ELECTION 2020: Ballots take long road from the county clerk's office to the kitchen table and back again
The journey of a mail-in ballot begins in central Oregon, crosses Malheur County and goes into Idaho before it arrives in the local mail box. The system proved to be flexible and reliable since Oregon adopted vote-by-mail.
COMMUNITY October 22
Parades bringing Halloween fun to Vale, Ontario, Nyssa
Four Rivers Cultural Center is planning three pop-up parades in Malheur County next week, and spectators can get in the act with a costume contest. The events are offered as a safe way to celebrate the season, outdoors and with social distancing.
COMMUNITY October 22
Broadband coming to underserved areas of Malheur County
Internet service is in the works for remote spots like Lake Owyhee, Rockville, Jordan Valley and Rome, thanks to the USDA's ReConnect program.
ELECTION 2020 October 22
VOTING VITALS: The latest count on ballot returns in Malheur County and key voting information
VOTING VITALS: Read the latest development in the 2020 general election with the new daily report from the Malheur Enterprise, providing unmatched - and unbiased - information about your election.
EMPLOYMENT October 21
They're hiring - local job openings
Geiser Grand Hotel, tvcrn, HEP Instructor, Industrial Education Instructor, Library Assistant, Lifeways , Car Cleaner, Child Care Resources, Administrative Assistant, Recruiting Coordinator, Assisting Hands Home Care, Tow Truck Operator, Lead Flight Instructor, Math Lab Coordinator, Program Assistant, Hops distribution
OBITUARIES October 21
The latest obituaries and death notices for Malheur County
Glenn Conrad Herman,Francisco Arista Rodriguez, Martha Guerra, Cliften Earl Lish, James Alan Anderson
ELECTION 2020 October 21
ELECTION 2020: Officials say Pioneer Place levy needed to confront financial woes
Local care facility wants voter assistance to stabilize its long-term financial outlook as its operating costs continue to climb.
PUBLIC NOTICES October 21
Publications from local governments, private parties
Estate of John Kenneth Friend, Estate of Beverly K. McCall, Estate of Michael Dale Davis
NYSSA October 21
Malheur County in talks over possible sale of Nyssa rail center
No dirt has been turned to build the taxpayer-funded rail center but a major shipping firm is interested in purchasing all, or part, of the facility.
FreeCOVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY October 21
PHOTOS: Big Covid test event in Ontario proves to be a success
Area and state health officials utilized the Malheur County Fairgrounds Oct. 14 to conduct the Covid testing operation. More than 200 people were tested at the event.
ELECTION 2020 October 21
ELECTION 2020: Ontario's Bentz takes nothing for granted in Congressional race
Ontario attorney Cliff Bentz, former state legislator for the region, has far outpaced his opponent, Democrat Alex Spenser, in the quest for campaign funds. He's still hitting the campaign trail hard, and connecting with supporters.
ELECTION 2020 October 20
VOTING VITALS: The latest count on ballot returns in Malheur County and key voting information
VOTING VITALS: Read the latest development in the 2020 general election with the new daily report from the Malheur Enterprise, providing unmatched - and unbiased - information about your election.
COVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY October 20
AROUND OREGON: Now, Oregon mask mandate spreads to offices
AROUND OREGON: New health guidelines Monday require everyone to wear a mask at indoor workplaces, even if they're more than 6 feet apart. The changes reflect a growing scientific consensus that the coronavirus travels via aerosol and can spread farther indoors.
MALHEUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT October 19
Oregon prison chief tells TVCC, other colleges the state is dropping teaching contracts
Six community colleges, including Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, tried to salvage a deal with the state Corrections Department to continue teaching about 1,000 inmates. On Friday, the state said it would teach the inmates itself. In Ontario, layoffs loom.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS October 19
PHOTO GALLERY: At Nyssa, it's back to school for kindergarteners
With elaborate steps in place, Nyssa Elementary School recently welcomed kindergarteners to the school and their classrooms. Now, first graders will join in starting this week.

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