Elections are over but that isn’t slowing the news down at all.
This afternoon, a parade through downtown will feature the boys soccer team from Ontario High School to celebrate its state championship. The parade is scheduled at 2 p.m. Wednesday, so honk and applaud these winners.
The schedule, provided by the school district:
2 p.m. – Ontario High School dismiss from 5th period to front parking lot (just like send-offs) – band to play, ring bell
2:05 – Team on float through OHS Parking Lot
2:06 – Team will pass by Aiken Elementary School
2:08 – Team will pass by May Roberts
2:12 – Team will pass by OMS (Behind the basketball courts)
2:16 – Team will pass by Alameda Elementary
2:18 – Team will be escorted by Police and Fire down 4th Street to Oregon Street
2:23 – Team will be escorted by Police & Fire Dept. down Oregon Street to Idaho Street
2:25 – Escorts will leave and the team will be brought back to OHS via Idaho st.
In Vale, about 30 people attended a meeting to discuss the future of the outdoor wall murals. There was lively discussion, a decision to act, and a new meeting scheduled. Watch the Enterprise for a full report.
On the Treasure Valley Reload Center front, the Enterprise has obtained new records that contain surprising revelations. We have a great deal of reporting to do based on the information but first we have some tough questions for those in charge. Greg Smith, whose firm gets $9,000 a month to manage the project, appears ready to stick with his silence when it comes to questions from the Enterprise. We’ll continuing our investigation into a project that has been a public mess for months now.
Meantime, here’s some of the other work done in recent days by your local team at the Enterprise:
Weekly feature: Cats need a home
This week’s featured feline: Mouse is an incredible 9-year-old male who loves bird watching from his cage. He is a supersized boy, with so much love to share. He came to the shelter after his parents went into an assisted living and couldn’t take him. He is neutered, UTD on his vaccinations (FVRCP & Rabies) and tested negative to FeLV & FIV. He needs to be indoors only for his safety and no declawing allowed.
SATURDAY ADOPTION EVENT: Every Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Constance McCullough House, 84 N.W. 2nd St. in Ontario.
–Information provided by the Ontario Feral Cat Project.
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