Hunger continues to stymie Malheur County but there is no single, easy answer to a problem that often includes homelessness, substance abuse, economic development and lack of housing.
In the community
A $20,000 grant from Travel Oregon will help officials at Four Rivers Cultural Center to make a series of improvements to the Hikaru Mizu Japanese Garden.
Those looking to renew a commercial pesticide license in Oregon and Idaho can turn to the OSU Extension Office for Malheur County. OSU is hosting a two-day pest management course at Four Rivers Cultural Center from 7:30 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, and 7:30 to 11:40 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 22.
Obituary from the Enterprise, for the week of January 31, 2024: Drex Mathew Brooks
Malheur County’s on-time graduation rates were down slightly from last year but remain above the state average, with one district – Nyssa – seeing a 14% increase from its 2022 average.
ONTARIO – More than 140 unhoused individuals used the temporary warming shelter at the Malheur County Fairgrounds between Jan. 13 and Jan. 19. Those individuals were supported by 76 volunteers in an operation that proved to be a success, said Lt. Rich Harriman, Malheur County Emergency Services director. The county[Read More…]
The annual point-in-time count held Thursday, Jan. 25, is geared to gauge the number of homeless individuals in Malheur County.
Antonio Sunseri cited personal reasons for his decision to resign from the Ontario School Board and the Ontario Planning Commission last week.
The Oregon State Police want help from the public in an investigation regarding the shooting death of a cow moose near Ontario earlier this month.
PHOTOS: Despite cool, rainy weather, about 200 people showed up for the hunt for the mythical Sasquatch in downtown Ontario on Saturday, Jan. 27.