Prep sports state playoff action kicked off last weekend as several local teams clinched postseason playoff games. Meanwhile, three Vale girl wrestlers clinched top honors at a district tournament in Scappoose.
Author: By Pat Caldwell - The Enterprise
The Vale City Council is pondering a move to sell the old city hall building where the Vale Food Pantry is now located. That means the pantry is now looking for a new home.
Members of the Ontario Army National Guard Cavalry unit were recognized for their service in the Middle East last year at a recent ceremony at the Ontario Armory.
Police arrested four people during and early-morning raid on an Ontario home, Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Anonymous donors stepped up to pay for free admission for the first 100 students Saturday during playoff games for the Vale High School girls and boys varsity basketball teams.
The Border Region Review Board will meet for the first time Feb. 22. The board is the result of legislation designed to allow rural, inferior farm ground to be opened for development.
The Vale High School varsity boys and girls basketball teams are poised to enter into postseason play with winning records and a goal of reaching the state tournament.
The Malheur County Court recently selected Tatiana Burgess to be the new county planning director. Burgess has been the interim planning director since Jan. 1.
Ontario artist and city councilor Eddie Melendrez believes art can spark social change and create conversations about inequalities. Melendrez was recently selected as one of four artists to receive the Fields Artist Fellowship.
Daniel “Wayne” DeLong was arrested last August after a police sting operation.He pleaded guilty to a federal charge of attempted use of interstate facilities to transmit information about a minor. He was recently sentenced to five years in a federal prison.