Vale’s first light parade kicks off Saturday at 5:30 p.m. from Vale High School and goes through downtown.
Author: Steven Mitchell
Ontario will open the Christmas season with a breakfast with Santa Friday morning and the annual Winter Wonderland Parade Saturday.
Faculty pay raises are the primary sticking point as the college’s teachers have not had a salary increase in five years.
HOUSING: In an effort to curb inflation, the Federal Reserve’s mortgage rate boosts are impacting the local real estate market, creating new challenges for brokers and home buyers.
EDUCATION: Enrollment is down again at Treasure Valley Community College, according to state figures. College officials have several strategies to overcome pandemic impacts.
The Festival of Trees, the sole fundraiser for Meals on Wheels in Malheur County sold 42 trees that sold from $300 to $1,300 during its three-day run.
Malheur Country educators are taking steps to boost early literacy scores after the state’s first comprehensive test in three years revealed a wide literary gap that preceded the pandemic.
Free Thanksgiving Day dinners will be available at Ontario’s Origins Outreach Initiative from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Vale Elementary School from noon to 2 p.m.
While still unofficial, results from the Nov. 8 election show few major changes in key leadership positions in the small towns in Malheur County.
From 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday area residents can get a taste of the holiday season at the annual Frosty Fest where there will be a little something for everyone.