With cheers, dances and scrambles up and down the basketball court, 40 athletes get a chance to shine at Support the Court in Nyssa.
Vale qualifies two teams to compete in the robotics world championships
Two Vale High School robotics teams will compete in the VEX Robotics World Championships next month.
The latest results and scores from area high school sports teams from the past week.
Nyssa parents decry outdoor school gender pronoun policy
An outdoor school’s equity policy inviting students to use their preferred gender pronouns prompted parents in Nyssa to call on the school board to cancel a three-day field trip next month.
Rural school boards bristle at financial disclosure requirements
State Rep. Mark Owens, R-Crane, said amendments to a bill in the Senate Committee on Education exempting school board members in districts with 1,625 fewer students will prevent people from quitting boards.
TVCC board mulls tuition hike
As Treasure Valley Community College officials look to balance the school’s budget, the college is considering a tuition and fee hike.
Spelling bee buzzes back to Malheur County
The seventh annual Malheur County Spelling Bee, held at Nyssa Elementary School on Thursday March 16, from 7 a.m. to noon, offers students a rare chance to compete academically.
PHOTOS: Mustangs finish season by taking fourth at state basketball tournament
In a game where free throws were a big factor, the Jordan Valley Mustangs finished in fourth place at the state 1A girls basketball tournament. They beat North Douglas on Saturday, March 4.
PHOTOS: Adrian outruns Nixyaawii to take fourth at state 1A tournament
With 18-point games from Carter Bayes and Ashton Jephson, the Adrian Antelopes beat Nixyaawii on Saturday, March 4, to take fourth in the state 1A tournament.
Jordan Valley girls basketball team set to play for fourth place at state tournament
The Jordan Valley girls basketball team dropped its opening state tournament game to Crane but bounced back with a win over Country Christian Thursday, March 2. Now the Mustangs will play North Douglas Saturday morning, March 4 for fourth/sixth place.