Ontario will open the Christmas season with a breakfast with Santa Friday morning and the annual Winter Wonderland Parade Saturday.
In legal filings, Greg Smith, a state representative from Heppner, argued a lawsuit accusing him of illegally destroying and withholding public records as part of his economic development work in Malheur County should be dismissed.
A new 122-space RV park is under construction at the northwestern edge of Vale. Developers hope to be able to open the park by next summer.
Faculty pay raises are the primary sticking point as the college’s teachers have not had a salary increase in five years.
EDITORIAL: Treasure Valley Reload Center officials are turning to the Malheur County Court and the regional border board for money to pay rising costs of the project. This raises questions, and Our View suggests they look instead to the state.
A Thanksgiving Day incident led to the arrest of two California men and confiscation of illegal narcotics, guns and cash.
Looking for a job? Here are some of the opening posted in this week’s Enterprise.
In Ontario, musicians are tuning up for three concerts in the coming week – while the calendar is packed with other holiday events as well.
HOUSING: In an effort to curb inflation, the Federal Reserve’s mortgage rate boosts are impacting the local real estate market, creating new challenges for brokers and home buyers.
EDUCATION: Enrollment is down again at Treasure Valley Community College, according to state figures. College officials have several strategies to overcome pandemic impacts.