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Rescue Act funds new renovations at Malheur County Jail
VALE – The Malheur County Jail has come far from the original two-cell jailhouse built in 1887. The Malheur County Sheriff’s Office is using $229,096 in federal funding to modernize…
Rescue Act funds new renovations at Malheur County Jail
VALE – The Malheur County Jail has come far from the original two-cell jailhouse built in 1887. The Malheur County Sheriff’s Office is using $229,096 in federal funding to modernize…
Juntura duo compete at Washington rodeo
LONG BEACH, WASHINGTON – Nick Joyce claimed second place overall in the Saddle Bronc competition at the 75th Annual Long Beach Rodeo last weekend. Martin Joyce also competed in the…
Juntura duo compete at Washington rodeo
LONG BEACH, WASHINGTON – Nick Joyce claimed second place overall in the Saddle Bronc competition at the 75th Annual Long Beach Rodeo last weekend. Martin Joyce also competed in the…
Viking football fans will be able to view gridiron action from new bleachers this fall
VALE – The demolition work is finished but installation of new bleachers at the Frank Hawley Field and at the Vale High School baseball diamond will most likely not occur…
Viking football fans will be able to view gridiron action from new bleachers this fall
VALE – The demolition work is finished but installation of new bleachers at the Frank Hawley Field and at the Vale High School baseball diamond will most likely not occur…
Enterprise wins 8 first-place finishes in Oregon journalism competition
VALE – The Malheur Enterprise has received eight first-place awards in the annual Oregon Newspapers Publishers Association newspaper contest. The newspaper’s 2021 investigation into a lease between Americold and the…
Enterprise wins 8 first-place finishes in Oregon journalism competition
VALE – The Malheur Enterprise has received eight first-place awards in the annual Oregon Newspapers Publishers Association newspaper contest. The newspaper’s 2021 investigation into a lease between Americold and the…
Olympic hero spends time with Vale swimmers
Kids beat the heat at the first Bella Sims Dream Big Day at the Vale City Pool on Friday, July 29, and the special guest was Sims herself. As the…
Olympic hero spends time with Vale swimmers
Kids beat the heat at the first Bella Sims Dream Big Day at the Vale City Pool on Friday, July 29, and the special guest was Sims herself. As the…
Wildfire breaks out near Beulah Reservoir
UPDATE: The fire to the northwest of Juntura was contained by crews early Tuesday morning. “There were no reports of damage to private property or infrastructure caused by the fire,…
Wildfire breaks out near Beulah Reservoir
UPDATE: The fire to the northwest of Juntura was contained by crews early Tuesday morning. “There were no reports of damage to private property or infrastructure caused by the fire,…
Malheur County endures record-breaking heat but moderation is coming
ONTARIO – Every few moments the door opened and a heavy wave of hot air rolled into the New Hope Day Shelter on Second Street in Ontario. It was Thursday,…
Malheur County endures record-breaking heat but moderation is coming
ONTARIO – Every few moments the door opened and a heavy wave of hot air rolled into the New Hope Day Shelter on Second Street in Ontario. It was Thursday,…

And in State news…

New poll shows reasons for Republican optimism in Oregon legislative races
Republicans haven’t controlled any branch of Oregon government since Barack Obama’s first campaign for president – but they’re bullish this year about their legislative chances. An internal poll memo produced…
New poll shows reasons for Republican optimism in Oregon legislative races
Republicans haven’t controlled any branch of Oregon government since Barack Obama’s first campaign for president – but they’re bullish this year about their legislative chances. An internal poll memo produced…

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