Treasure Valley Reload project officials aren’t saying if they’ve complied with contract requirements to put some funds in escrow and pay interest on that money to contractors working on the rail center.
Business & economy
Public Notices for the week of No. 16, 2022: Estate of Annette Hart
State economist say Oregonians can expect a mild recession to develop next summer, with impacts greater on areas where construction is a prime driver of the local economy.
Final results of the sugar beet harvest appear to trend toward the average mark after local producers were forced to contend with weather woes earlier in the year.
Malheur County kicks off the holiday festivities with events in Vale and Ontario: Moonlight Madness, a turkey dinner, and a traditional bazaar.
Malheur County wants to find out if, and how, it can develop a 140-acre plot north of Nyssa and approved a contract last week with a Portland firm to study the economic prospects for the property. (The Enterprise/FILE)
With a growing lead of nearly 55,000 votes, Democrat Tina Kotek on Friday claimed the win in the Oregon governor’s race. Republican Christine Drazan and her supporters meanwhile were waiting for more votes to be counted.
As winter arrives, Malheur County residents who heat their homes with natural gas will feel the impact of a recently approved rate hike.
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.
Members of the Malheur County Court – once eager to rubber stamp requests from the group managing the Treasure Valley Reload Project – are now calling into question a series of issues that recently cropped up with the project.