An array of brightly decorated trees and greenery is on display Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 17-19, at Four Rivers Cultural Center. The annual Festival of Trees benefits Meals on Wheels.
Author: Steven Mitchell
The Ontario boys soccer team cruised to its first state title Saturday, Nov. 12, in a 1-0 win over Phoenix on an early goal by senior Jaaziel Chavez and a critical save by goal tender Martin Benites.
School officials across the state say test scores took a dive during the pandemic. Malheur County districts are looking at ways to bounce back.
Senior citizens and people with disabilities can apply for help with heating and power bills through a program offered in Malheur County. Communities in Action will talk with people by appointment Nov. 15 at the Vale Library.
As winter arrives, Malheur County residents who heat their homes with natural gas will feel the impact of a recently approved rate hike.
Ontario businessman Stephen Crow was recently selected to receive the Howard Cherry Award from the Oregon Community College Association.
The issues are set, the stump speeches nearly over as the 2022 mid-term election occurs next week.
Author Elaine Cockrell will speak at the Malheur Country Historical Society annual meeting. Her book, “A Shrug of the Shoulders,” tells of Japanese families in the internment camps of World War II.
Soccer teams from Four Rivers Community School and Ontario HIgh School are in the state playoffs. The Ontario boys host a match at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1.
The new owner of Owyhee Grocery is a familiar face – The business has been in Tyler Simpson’s family for 40 years, and he’s thrilled to carry on the community tradition.