A variety of cultures will be on display Friday, Sept. 23 when Four Rivers Cultural Center holds a birthday celebration ceremony for the facility. The event begins at 5 p.m.
In the community
Games, tacos and more are on the menu at the Nyssa Parent Teacher Organization carnival, coming up Friday, Sept. 23, at the elementary school.
Recovery from addiction is possible and the Hands Around the Park event Sept. 15 celebrated those who were able to find the pathway to healing.
Deputy Brian Belnap’s job takes him to the remote reaches of Malheur County, watching not just for crime but for ranchers and outback adventurers in need of help. The Vale native’s job, funded by the Bureau of Land Management, suits him just fine.
Fire crews from four different agencies fought the blaze early Tuesday morning.
The chili was hot, the cars were shiny and the kids were busy at the 13th annual Two Rivers Park Celebration in Adrian on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Sagebrush, a vital plant for water and wildlife in the rangelands of the West, is getting a boost from a cultivation project at Snake River Correctional Institution.
Looking for fun this weekend? Check out the classic cars and chili at Two Rivers Park, or indulge in Tater Tot memories in Ontario. Here’s a look at what’s coming up.
The Malheur Enterprise is suing Greg Smith, former economic development director for Malheur County, and others over disclosure of public documents. The suit alleges public records were improperly destroyed.
An Ontario woman pleaded no contest to charges she injured her infant twin daughters. She has been sentenced to prison.