The U.S. Bureau of Land Management gathered nearly 40 wild horses in a management area in northern Malheur County just west of Harper as part of its 10-year plan to curb the growing horse population on more than 20,000 acres of public land.
The $7 million project will stretch over more than 12 acres at the airport and is expected to be complete by 2025.
Daniel DeLong, a Vale resident, was among eight people arrested by Idaho police as part of an investigation regarding the sexual exploitation of children.
A year after the Malheur County Economic Development director position was vacated county officials say they are almost ready to begin interviews with eight applicants.
A new, 20-acre, $8.5 million solar project just north of Ontario could mean power cost savings for the city of Ontario.
At a special hearing Tuesday, Aug. 8, Nyssa city officials listened to feedback from residents regarding a proposal to boost the city’s public safety fee.
A decision Tuesday, Aug. 8, means legislators that piled up 10 or more unexcused absences during the last legislative session are disqualified from running in the 2024 election cycle.
ONTARIO – U.S. Rep. Cliff Bentz believes the federal justice system is being influenced to attack former President Donald Trump for political reasons. The former president was indicted Tuesday, Aug 1, on federal charges accusing him of a conspiracy to corruptly keep his office despite losing the 2020 election. He[Read More…]
Nyssa residents can give feedback to the Nyssa City Council about a proposed public safety fee hike at a special meeting Tuesday, Aug. 8.
Sen. Lynn Findley undecided about re-election bid even as five other Republicans say they’re running
State Sen. Lynn Findley, R-Vale, said he is unsure about whether he will run for re-election. Five of his Republican colleagues announced last week they will run again. (The Enterprise/File)