No one left hungry after Breakfast with Santa at the Ontario Elks on Friday, Dec. 2. And a lot of people left with gifts as well from the annual event put on by the Ontario Area Chamber of Commerce.
Author: Les Zaitz
The grinch was there. So was Santa. And elves – one bunch after another – for the annual Winter Wonderland Parade in Ontario on Saturday, Dec. 3. See who you know in this photo essay from the Enterprise.
COMMENTARY: Editor Les Zaitz urges local residents, organizations and business owners to get involved in planning the future of Vale’s history murals. A meeting is coming up Dec. 19.
The annual holiday bazaar at the Boulevard Grange south of Ontario provide table after table of handcrafted items. The vendor action shifts on Dec. 2 and Dec. 3 to the Malheur County Fairgrounds.
COLUMN: A state representative suggests the Enterprise ‘crossed a line’ and lobbied his peers in sharing a story about the Treasure Valley Reload Center. Not so, said the Oregon Government Ethics Commission.
Debbie Folden, a candidate with no prior public service experience, will become Ontario’s next mayor, according to election results released early Wednesday, Nov. 9.
ELECTION 2022: Folden leads in race for Ontario mayor while Mills, Bakefelt and Hart are ahead for council seats
In the Ontario mayor’s race, Folden has early lead over incumbent Riley Hill and councilman Eddie Melendrez. Results of an initial ballot count were released Tuesday evening by the Malheur County Clerk’s Office.
The Ontario Tigers are heading to the state boys soccer championship game after winning their semifinal match against North Marion on Tuesday, Nov. 8, at Alameda Field.
Volunteers work daily to care for cats being sheltered in Ontario until new homes can be arranged. The Ontario Feral Cat Project is holding adoption events each Saturday.
The countdown starts to the end of the 2022 general election campaign as voters decide on local offices in Malheur County and make their pick for governor. Ballots will count if delivered by 8 p.m. Tuesday.