A 20-acre, $8.5 million solar farm project off of Malheur Drive was notified recently it would get a $1 million outlay from the federal government.
Just over $1 million in homeless aid is headed to Malheur County, which will, in part, go toward hiring additional outreach staff to work with those experiencing homelessness in cities that have implemented homeless camping ordinances.
Classifieds from the Enterprise, for the week of September 19, 2023
A national First Amendment rights group says a Vale School
District policy runs afoul of student journalists’ rights under Oregon law. The rights group and a journalism education association offered the district a model policy that could resolve that conflict.
The Cradle to Career program, while informal, aims to provide resources for the county’s youth and help them build a road to success in the future.
Public Notices from the Enterprise, for the week of September 19, 2023
ONTARIO – There were plenty of people, organizations and food at the annual Hands Around the Park event at Laxon Park, Thursday, Sept. 14. The family-oriented event was a celebration for those living in recovery from substance abuse and mental illness. The event was sponsored by the Malheur County Drug[Read More…]
Cool cars and hot chili were on display at Adrian’s Two Rivers Celebration over the weekend.
JOHN DAY – The Nyssa football team fell 38-32 to Grant Union on Friday, Sept. 15, in a much better performance for the Bulldogs than their last two games, which were double-digit losses. During Friday’s contest, the Bulldogs, who were on the road for the second time this season, adjusted[Read More…]
In July, the state’s environmental quality agency fined the Snake River Correctional Institution in Ontario nearly $38,000 for five hazardous management violations of its gasoline and diesel tanks.