A Lincoln City entrepreneur reported false data to the DEQ’s Clean Fuels Program, sold invalid carbon credits and went on a spending spree. An Oregon Capital Chronicle Special Report details what happened.
Area school officials met with the Malheur County Court last month to seek input on a proposed county ordinance to cut down on chronically absent students.
Vale Mayor Tom Vialpando and city manager Todd Fuller went before the Malheur County Court earlier this month to seek funds to help cover the expenses of a lift station project. The court made no decision on the matter.
Public Notices: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission notice from the Jan. 18, 2023 Enterprise
Public Notices: Election Notices for local districts in Malheur County, week of Jan. 18, 2023
Secretary of state auditors say it’s too soon to know whether Measure 110, the drug decriminalization program, will stem Oregon’s addiction crisis.
Members of the Ontario Police Department offered tips on observation and how to avoid scams at the meeting Jan. 8.
Community groups including the Vale Alumni Association and the Mural Society are making plans in meetings this month.
Eastern Oregon’s regional economist with the state’s employment department says Malheur County’s unemployment rate for 2022 could be the lowest on record.
Grant funds furnished nearly $7,000 in upgrades to the Vale Emma Humphrey Library recently. Improvements include opening up more space for books and computers.