So much for that late summer weather.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for the area for temperatures dipping into the upper 20s. The warning runs from midnight Sunday until 10 a.m. Monday.
Check your pipes, folks, says the weather service: “Frost and freeze conditions will kill crops, other sensitive vegetation and possibly damage unprotected outdoor plumbing.”
The area will get to freezing temperatures or lower overnight every day this week and more rain is coming on Monday. Friday into Saturday, the Ontario Airport reported about a quarter inch of rain.
Now, here’s some of the recent work done by your team at the Malheur Enterprise, providing you meaningful reporting you can’t get from any other source.
Vale 45, Nyssa 0
Harper 65, Huntington 21
Powder Valley 46, Adrian 14
Ontario didn’t play.
State tournament play gets underway Tuesday, Oct. 26.
In 1A action, Jordan Valley faces Rogue Valley Adventist Academy and Adrian plays Myrtle Point in matches at Ridgeview HIgh School in Redmond.
In 3A action, Nyssa plays Cascade Christian and Vale plays Siuslaw in matches at Sprngfield High School.
‘Journey’ into local history
Our annual publication sharing history stories from Malheur County is out and you can get your free copy at the Enterprise office and local museums. You’ll learn about the people and places that have made our community strong.
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