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ELECTION 2020 Oct. 31
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.
PHOTO GALLERY Oct. 31
PHOTOS: Halloween 'pop up' parade in Vale proves to be a big hit
Scary dragons, princesses and astronauts convened in Vale Tuesday afternoon to take part in Four Rivers Cultural Center's Halloween celebration. Staff from the cultural center handed out candy and glow sticks as they traveled through town on a flatbed trailer. Vale was just the first stop on a three-day schedule of pop up parades also slated for Nyssa and Ontario.
FreeELECCIÓN 2020 Oct. 30
LA ELECCIÓN 2020: El condado de Malheur cuenta con sistemas para procesar las boletas de manera segura
Gayle Trotter, la secretaria del condado de Malheur quien está a cargo de las elecciones locales, implementa un elaborado sistema de controles y controles dobles para garantizar que los votos se cuenten de manera segura. El día de las elecciones es el martes 3 de noviembre.
ONTARIO CITY GOVERNMMENT Oct. 30
Former Ontario city councilor reflects on political tenure
Dan Capron, the former President of the Ontario City Council, stepped down from the elected board recently after he moved out of town. Capron, who was appointed to a city council slot in 2017, said the council - and the city - face several key challenges in the future.
COMMENTARY Oct. 30
OUR VIEW: Awards inspire us, but our real work is for Enterprise readers
Recent journalism awards provided a morale boost for the Enterprise staff, but more than that, a reminder that we do solid, independent reporting for you – the readers.
VOTING VITALS Oct. 30
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.
PUBLIC SAFETY Oct. 30
Officials probe cause of Nyssa fire
The blaze erupted last weekend and destroyed a home in north Nyssa. Emergency services personnel said the fire was "suspicious" and an investigation into the incident continues.
NYSSA NEWS Oct. 29
Fall into winter with a good book from Nyssa's library
Columnist Susan Barton finds plenty to read, with a school book sale and events at the Nyssa library.
COMMUNITY Oct. 29
TVCC Gala takes its auctions online to raise money for student scholarships
Facing pandemic concerns, the TVCC Foundation opts for a virtual event this year, with an array of goods in silent and live auctions online. The November event raises money for scholarships for Treasure Valley Community College students.
ELECTION 2020 Oct. 29
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.
YOUR COMMUNITY Oct. 29
Despite Covid, several Halloween-themed events are on top this weekend
Events are slated in Ontario, Nyssa and Vale. Vale will continue its annual business trick-or-treat Friday, Oct. 30 with other gatherings are set for Halloween day.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Oct. 28
Oregon officials consider state changes that could give Malheur County schools more leeway to open
A group advising Gov. Kate Brown on how to reopen schools agrees on the need to get students back in classroom. There is continuing concern about disparities among students because of the challenges of distance learning.
EMPLOYMENT Oct. 28
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
MALHEUR COUNTY BUSINESS Oct. 28
Coffee's on, as border town McDermitt gets a new business
Ashley Buckingham set out to provide a place for McDermitt area locals to gather, enjoy a cup of coffee, and showcase local arts and products. The result is Somewhere Out West.
PUBLIC NOTICES Oct. 28
Publications from local governments, private parties
Estate of Michael Dale Davis, Estate of Beverly K. McCall, Estate of John Kenneth Friend, Custody Hunt VS Cline
ELECTION 2020 Oct. 28
ELECTION 2020: Malheur County has systems in place to securely process ballots
Gayle Trotter, the Malheur County clerk in charge of local elections, deploys an elaborate system of checks and double checks to ensure votes are counted securely. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3.
YOUR COMMUNITY Oct. 28
The Adrian High School football team's 2019 dream season takes centerstage at drive-in
Thursday evening at the Parma Motor-Vu, local residents and grid fans can relive the sights and sounds of a classic local 8-man state championship football triumph.
ONTARIO CITY GOVERNMENT Oct. 28
Hart picked to fill Ontario City Council vacancy
Ken Hart, former president of Saint Alphonsus Medical Center and currently chief financial officer of Valley Family Health Care, was appointed Tuesday to the Ontario City Council.
HALLOWEEN Oct. 28
Despite pandemic limits, Halloween candy sales going strong in Malheur County
Grocers in Malheur County say they are seeing steady business as Halloween approaches even though health officials are discouraging the typical door-to-door trick-or-treating
ELECTION 2020 Oct. 28
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.
COVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY Oct. 27
'Action is required now' - doctors urge immediate attention to masks, social distancing as Covid surges
Leading medical authorities with hospital systems serving Malheur County on Tuesday warned that Covid is out of control and "needless suffering" can still be averted by following basic protocols that too many are ignoring.
COMMENTARY Oct. 27
LETTER: Measure 108 will save lives by curbing use of vaping and smoking
"Raising the price of nicotine vapes and tobacco products is the single most effective way to prevent youth from starting to smoke or vape in the first place," writes the chief nursing officer at Saint Alphonsus Ontario.
ONTARIO CITY GOVERNMENT Oct. 27
Effort to recall Freddy Rodriguez, Ontario city councilor, fizzles out
Petitioners said the pandemic and wildfires impaired their ability to gather nearly 500 signatures need to force a vote on removing Ontario City Councilor Freddy Rodriguez. The deadline for submitting signatures was on Monday.
COVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY Oct. 27
Malheur County slowing Covid spread - but experts say that trend will change
In the past month, Malheur County has reported declines in the weekly number of cases of Covid and in the percentage of people testing positive for the coronavirus. Health authorities, though, say adhering to masks and social distancing are vital to avoid a local surge.
COVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY Oct. 26
‘Critical juncture’: Little moves Idaho back to Stage 3 amid sustained coronavirus surge
With Covid infections spreading and hospitals reaching capacity, Idaho's governor on Monday announced a statewide change - but no mandates. Malheur County officials say Oregon is suffering in part because of Idaho's more casual approach to the pandemic.
ELECTION 2020 Oct. 26
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.
FreeELECCIÓN 2020 Oct. 26
ELECCIÓN 2020: Las boletas toman un largo camino desde la oficina del secretario del condado hasta la mesa de la cocina y viceversa
El viaje de una boleta electoral por correo comienza en el centro de Oregon, cruza el condado de Malheur y entra en Idaho antes de llegar al buzón de correo local. El sistema demostró ser flexible y confiable desde que Oregon adoptó el voto por correo.

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