The Vale Grange Hall is currently empty but city and state officials hope renewed interest in the facility will get the doors back open.
In the community
Coming up: History talk set, Democrats meet, and meals cooking in Malheur County
From a Hawaiian dinner-dance in Ontario to a corned beef feast in Brogan, Malheur County has plenty of events on tap in the coming week.
Planned Parenthood to open long-planned clinic in Ontario Thursday
Planned Parenthood in Ontario will open in what officials say is a soft opening Thursday, at 8 a.m. The clinic will also be open Friday, March 10, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Get ready and get set, the annual Vale Community Steak & Crab feed is just around the corner
The popular Vale Community Steak & Crab feed kicks off Saturday, March 25, at the Vale Fire Hall.
Nyssa News: Pantry seeks donations, library recruits walkers for OHSU study
The Nyssa library, in cooperation with the OHSU nursing school, is starting a walking group that will participate in a health study.
Rex Theater will feature film by Juntura resident
The Rex Theater in Vale will present the film “Living an American Dream” at 7 p.m. Sunday March, 5. The movie is the work of Juntura resident Clare McKay that showcases her family and area ranch life.
Coming Up: Pink bus, history talk, corned beef and more on Malheur County calendar
Malheur County residents will find an array of don’t-miss activities coming up in March: a visit from the pink bus, a dinner in Brogan, and a talk in Vale about Lincoln Heights, to name a few.
Vale Book Club reads Depression-era tale, ‘Four Winds’
The Vale Book Club’s session on Thursday, March 2, will focus on “The Four Winds,” a novel following a woman’s travails in the Dust Bowl era.
Valley Health vies for homeless planning grant
With 266 people struggling with homelessness in Ontario, Valley Family Health Care, a primary health care provider serving people across Malheur County and southwest Idaho, applied for a year-long rural network planning grant to tackle the problem.
OSP detective from Ontario receives award for her lifesaving actions in 2022
Det. Ashley Morcom, then a patrol trooper with the Oregon State Police, saved the life of 5-year-old Rowan Umphrey, Weiser, last spring. For her efforts, Morcom received the Roy Hicks Memorial Award for law enforcement officer of the year from the Ontario Elks Club in January.