A new drug task force will combine resources from different police agencies in Malheur County. Officials are preparing to deploy the task force some time this spring.
New Ontario City Council committee will take aim at homeless challenge
The Ontario City Council created the Homeless Advisory Committee in January and is now seeking area residents to be part of the panel.
Speaker fight fuels frustration for Bentz
U.S. Rep. Cliff Bentz, R-Oregon, expressed exasperation last week over the battle in the U.S. House of Representatives over who would be the next speaker.
Border board devising strategy amid requests for funding
Amid a flurry of unsolicited proposals to help fund projects, the public body established to grow the economy along the Malheur County and Idaho border is putting together a work group to devise a strategy to handle the requests.
Vale places 2 on all-tournament basketball team
Diesel Johnson and Colton Stepleton of Vale High School’s boys basketball team made the all-tournament team at the Truckstop Tournament in New Plymouth, Idaho. The Vikings beat Kamiah 59-49 in play on Thursday, Dec. 28, lost to Nampa Christian 66-54 and then lost in the tournament third-place matchup with New[Read More…]
Nyssa native seeks to spearhead greenbelt, bike path project
Alison Maglaughlin is trying to gather support for a greenbelt and bike path project for Nyssa.
Woman arrested in connection to Michael Vaughan case
Sarah Wondra, the occupant of the home being searched in Fruitland, was charged with failure to report a death, KTVB reports.
Adrian wins league title with win over Union, opens football playoffs at home
Adrian’s football team will host Dufur in the opening round of the state 1A playoffs. The game is scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4. Adrian beat Union 66-20 to close out the regular season.
Owyhee Grocery changes hands, stays in the family
The new owner of Owyhee Grocery is a familiar face – The business has been in Tyler Simpson’s family for 40 years, and he’s thrilled to carry on the community tradition.
Student wins Ontario parade contest with vision of Santa’s Elves
People attending the annual Winter Wonderland Parade in Ontario can expect to see lots of elves, thanks to Alameda Elementary student Aurora Corona. She won the theme contest and will be the junior grand marshal for the event, themed “Santa’s Elves.”