The community celebrates one of its premier institutions later this week when Four Rivers Cultural Center celebrates its 25th anniversary.
The big event starts at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, and there will be something for everybody – an amazing variety of entertainers and story tellers, exhibits and food.
The Enterprise will have the full details this week but if you can’t wait to learn more, check out the cultural center’s website HERE.
Meantime, here’s some of the work done recently by your team at the Malheur Enterprise.
Baker defeated Vale 33-14 in a nonleague prep football game Friday night while Ontario rolled over McLaughlin 57-8.
Adrian 50, Cove 0
Harper 54, Dayville/Monument 6
Melba (Idaho) 66, Nyssa 14
Ontario 57, McLaughlin 8
Baker 33, Vale 14
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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].