Vale quarterback Colten Stepleton hooked up with Skyler Cade on a third-quarter touchdown to help lift the Viking over Baker, 8-7, in a non-league high school football game, Friday, Sept. 15.
Author: Pat Caldwell
For at least the ninth time, Pioneer Place officials will go before the Malheur County Court, Wednesday, Sept. 20, to ask for bailout funds.
Nyssa will spend $995,000 to build a new public works structure. The new public works headquarters will replace an aging structure damaged by years of use and an earthquake.
A Family Dollar Value store is planned for Vale. The store is scheduled to be 10,752 square feet is will be at Short Street North and Harrison Street East near M&W Markets.
The county still holds around $10.4 million in federal funds that has yet to be allocated. Some of the money will probably be used to upgrade county infrastructure.
The 14th annual Two Rivers Park Celebration kicks off in Adrian Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Marvin Seuell is the new fire chief for Nyssa but the outcome of an investigation into the former chief, Eric Menchaca, remains unknown as officials decline to release details because it is a personnel matter.
The Malheur County Circuit Court warns residents to be on guard against a jury service scam.
Vale jumped ahead fast against the Pilgrims and never looked back. Viking quarterback Colten Stepleton amassed 285 yards through the air, including four touchdowns as Vale improved to 2-0 on the season.
Ontario City Manager Dan Cummings wants to use $40,000 in city reserve funds to leverage grants to upgrade Beck-Kiwanis Park.