A variety of cultures will be on display Friday, Sept. 23 when Four Rivers Cultural Center holds a birthday celebration ceremony for the facility. The event begins at 5 p.m.
Author: By Pat Caldwell - The Enterprise
The Nyssa High School triggered a lockdown procedure Thursday, Sept. 22 after an angry parent demanded to be allowed into the school after hours. The lock down lasted about 15 minutes. School leaders met with the parent Friday, Sept. 23 to defuse the situation.
The Bulldogs controlled the first half to help post the 33-14 nonleague football victory Friday, Sept. 16.
Recovery from addiction is possible and the Hands Around the Park event Sept. 15 celebrated those who were able to find the pathway to healing.
Mike Iwai outlined a multi-step homeless blueprint to the Ontario City Council Sept. 13 that includes hiring a new police officer.
There was smiles and laughter at halftime of the Vale-Baker football game as the Vale 2022 fall Homecoming court was honored. Ali Aldred was selected as the Homecoming Queen.
Fire crews from four different agencies fought the blaze early Tuesday morning.
Louis Butler spent 24 years as a U.S. Navy JAG but is ready to begin a civilian career as an attorney in his hometown.
Greg Smith, former county economic development director, promised to complete several assignments outlined in a contract with the county. Two months after stepped down from his county post, many of those duties remain unfinished.
There were plenty of smiles and lots of laughter during the Nyssa homecoming ceremony Friday at Nyssa High School.