Ontario’s Winter Wonderland Parade is readying to roll into town Saturday, Dec. 2 at 1 p.m.
Author: By Steven Mitchell - The Enterprise
TVCC and Pioneer Place were among nine organizations to receive grants aimed at spurring economic growth along the Idaho border with Malheur County.
With 140 advanced learners in Ontario’s Talented and Gifted program, district leaders are seeking to expand opportunities for talented and gifted students and make the program for accessible for students from underserved communities.
Ontario fire fighters revived a dog and brought it back to life Monday, Nov. 20 at the scene of a house fire on Oregon Street.
Ontario School District leaders intend on shuttering two rural elementary schools as administrators move to shift all elementary students into three of the district’s five schools, according to a school plan education officials have been referring parents to on the district’s website.
Ontario has new tire business, I84 Kustom Wheels and Tires, owned by newlyweds Alberto Gonzalez and Georgina De La Cruz.
PHOTOS: Shoppers prowled booths from 60 vendors as they got a jump on holiday gift buying at the holiday bazaar at Four Rivers Cultural Center. The event ran Friday, Nov. 10, and Saturday, Nov. 11.
Vale’s football team’s state playoff run came to an end Saturday, Nov. 11 in Central Point, with a 27-26 loss to Cascade Christian.
Two signature holiday events are set to roll into Ontario next month. Santa’s Breakfast, hosted by the Ontario Area Chamber of Commerce, Friday, Dec. 1 and the Winter Wonderland Parade, Saturday, Dec. 2, in downtown Ontario.
Ted Prince, the CEO of the company reopening the Wallula site, sees opportunities ahead for eastern Washington and eastern Oregon.