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Author: The Enterprise
Halloween is almost here – and trick-or-treaters have plenty of options for sweet and spooky events in Malheur County. Here’s where to find the fun.
Adrian opens state volleyball playoffs against Myrtle Point on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The Lopes finished second in the High Desert League.
The annual Black and Blue Bowl saw the Vale Vikings blank the Nyssa Bulldogs 45-0 on Friday, Oct. 21. One more regular season game is left for both teams.
Local youngsters will take the stage in ‘101 Dalmatians KIDS’ this week, and don’t miss our list of spooky, sweet Halloween events.
Malheur County is getting an unexpected $12 million gift and the entire community should decide how it should be spent. The money comes in two $6 million payments but will be all in hand by next year. It comes to county government via federal legislation. No one in the county[Read More…]
One of the most anticipated football games of the season is coming Friday, Oct. 21, with the Black and Blue Bowl in Vale.
The High Desert League playoff tournament is scheduled in Adrian on Saturday, Oct. 22. Crane finished 5-0 in league play.
Communities across Malheur County are loading up on goodies for trick-or-treaters at Halloween. Here’s a look at some of the events in Vale, Nyssa and Ontario.
Tuesday, Oct. 18, is the deadline for new Oregon voters and those who have changed their address to register to vote in the November election. Malheur County Clerk Gayle Trotter says postmarks count for the cards, which can be submitted in person, by mail and online.