Don’t miss the yard sale in Nyssa, or a chance to help restore Vale’s murals – It’s all in Coming Up.
In the community
Big night in Nyssa as crowd backs Support the Court
With cheers, dances and scrambles up and down the basketball court, 40 athletes get a chance to shine at Support the Court in Nyssa.
State police leader in Ontario ready to wrap up 30-year career
Lt. Mark Duncan will retire in June, capping a long career in law enforcement locally and across the state.
Superheroes, dragons and Jedi knights converge at annual Border Town Comic Con
The annual Border Town Comic Con Convention hit Four Rivers Cultural Center Saturday March 18 and Sunday March 19. The event offered up a little bit of everything for those who attended.
Annual Support the Court basketball game slated at Nyssa High School
Nyssa High School will host the Support the Court basketball game Tuesday, March 21 at 6 p.m. The game is an annual event where differently-abled local youth compete.
Big-time comic convention hits Four Rivers Cultural Center
The Border Town Comic Con opens Saturday, March 18 and runs through Sunday, March 19 at Four Rivers Cultural Center.
Nyssa News: New restaurant opens, laundry gets new look, equipment
Mama J’s on Main offers authentic Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches and more. Correspondent Susan Barton fills us in on the business news from Nyssa.
Residents, contractor in renewed fight over rural gravel quarry on Jasmine Slope
Two years ago, residents of a rural area north of Ontario thought they had put an end to plans for a gravel quarry in the area. But the landowner wants to press on, and state oifficials recently ordered a stop to any work.
Vale irrigation district faces $15 million lawsuit over worker death
A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court on March 8 faults the Vale Oregon Irrigation District in the 2021 death of Johnathan Harrison in a worksite rollover wreck.
Four Rivers to host classical crossover group
Empire Trio will perform Saturday, March 18, at 7 p.m. at the Meyer-McLean Performing Arts Theater.