Fewer snowplows will be on some area highways this winter as the state Transportation Department grapples with budget cuts and an employee deficit.
With 140 advanced learners in Ontario’s Talented and Gifted program, district leaders are seeking to expand opportunities for talented and gifted students and make the program for accessible for students from underserved communities.
Vale native Taylor Rembowski is the new director of the Malheur County Economic Development office. Rembowski was chosen for the position by the Malheur County Court in October.
Harney County Circuit Judge Robert Raschio ruled Oregon’s gun safety law is unconstitutional. Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum said she will appeal the ruling.
In a letter to the editor, the Steens Mountain advisory group says U.S. Rep. Cliff Bentz’s claims of tourism damage and overcrowding miss the mark.
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Ontario School District leaders intend on shuttering two rural elementary schools as administrators move to shift all elementary students into three of the district’s five schools, according to a school plan education officials have been referring parents to on the district’s website.
Lawmakers from Oregon and several other states want Treasury officials to llift red flag language that keeps some owners of marijuana businesses from obtaining loans and banking services.
Vale’s Feast Group is the volunteer-based collection of local residents who are spearheading a Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner for area residents.
Theresa Martinez, the coordinator of the Eastern Oregon Child Care Resource Referral Department in Ontario, will soon take a seat on Oregon’s Higher Education Coordination Commission.