Good Sunday morning!
The state boys soccer title belongs to Ontario.
The Tigers defeated Phoenix 1-0 in a match on Saturday, Nov. 12, played in Hillsboro.
The Enterprise will have a full report on this historic accomplishment.
Here’s the team celebrating after the win: SOCCER TEAM VIDEO.
Meantime, football is over for Malheur County teams after Saturday’s games.
In 3A quarterfinal action in Silverton: Kennedy 14, Vale 12
In 1A quarterfinal action in Merrill: Lost River 44, Adrian 8
Vale murals – what’s their fate?
They are on walls throughout Vale – the painted murals depicting pioneers and pioneer life in Vale.
They are aging, they need attention, and their future is uncertain.
You’re invited to a special meeting to consider what to do with this Vale feature. Local groups are hosting the open session at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14, at the Vale Senior Citizen Center.
Join the discussion, moderated by Enterprise publisher Les Zaitz, to consider the history of these murals and what should happen next. Your voice is vital and we hope you’ll attend. For details, see the story below.
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We get some of our best stories and photos after tips from readers. If you have an idea on something we can report on or just have questions about something happening in the community, send an email to Editor Les Zaitz at [email protected].