EDITORIAL: Legislators got misleading information when they were asked to give another $3 million for the Treasure Valley Reload Center. Malheur County’s state senator has yet to explain why he shared wrong information.
Author: The Enterprise
Events honoring veterans and kicking off the holidays are on the calendar in Malheur County.
Born on March 28, 1930, Nelora Elizabeth Jordan died Oct. 15, 2022.
EDITORIAL: A new plan is needed to finish the Treasure Valley Reload Center to preserve millions already sunk into the project. Money from the Legislature and a new leadership appear vital to this rescue mission.
Robert D. Maag, 78, died peacefully at his Jamieson home Oct. 27, 2022.
Adrian’s football team will host Dufur in the opening round of the state 1A playoffs. The game is scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4. Adrian beat Union 66-20 to close out the regular season.
The girls soccer team from Four Rivers won its opening state playoff match on Saturday and advances to the second round on Wednesday, Nov. 2. The Falcons are 10-2-3 overall. The Ontario girls soccer team earned a state playoff berth with its win on Saturday. The Tigers are 7-5 overall.[Read More…]
People attending the annual Winter Wonderland Parade in Ontario can expect to see lots of elves, thanks to Alameda Elementary student Aurora Corona. She won the theme contest and will be the junior grand marshal for the event, themed “Santa’s Elves.”
PUBLIC UTILITY COMMISSION OF OREGON NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT HEARINGA public comment hearing is set regarding Idaho Power Company Petition for Certificate of Public Con- venience and Necessity concerning a proposed 300 mile overhead 500 Kilovolt transmission line planned from Longhorn Station near Boardman to the existing Hemingway Substation in[Read More…]
From a glittery gala to a harvest bazaar and the music of the Four Seasons, events in Malheur County promise a busy and festive time this November.