Valley Family Health Care is looking to build a new health center in Nyssa in the future and wants help from two Oregon senators to make the concept a reality.
Business & economy
While a trimmed-down plan aims to complete the Nyssa rail depot without taxpayer support and save local onion producers millions in shipping costs, the questions surrounding a new partner in the Midwest, freight prices, and cost cuts to the main terminal remain.
The new economic forecast, which arrived three days into the 35-day legislative session, prompted calls to boost spending on addiction response and housing.
Along with tools, stoves and other items the Ontario’s Ace Hardware store now offers beer, wine and coffee at its new bar inside the store.
An Ontario builder is two months away from completing a “pilot” home using 3D printing technology, the first of its kind in Malheur County.
GOP lawmakers on Tuesday criticized a “secret” process and charged that the administration should prioritize the energy, flood control and other benefits of four Snake River dams slated for removal.
A local family-owned grocery store in Nyssa, the Rock, continues expanding with indoor seating and a two-level building with an outdoor stage built entirely out of storage containers.
PHOTOS: Despite cool, rainy weather, about 200 people showed up for the hunt for the mythical Sasquatch in downtown Ontario on Saturday, Jan. 27.
A local arts and crafts nonprofit gift shop will close its doors after nearly 20 years.
An independent report found the proposed rail depot in Nyssa was put in the wrong place, rail spurs costing millions need to be changed and a more sharply focused business operation needs to be planned before rail center leaders go back to the state for $8 million to complete the project.