GALLERY: Ontario at Vale boys basketball with senior night
The Ontario Tigers pulled out a 1-point victory over Vale on the Vikings' senior night on Tuesday.
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MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY Dec. 2
Former Fry Foods official sentenced to more than three years in prison for wire and mail fraud and money laundering
Doug Wold was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Boise. Wold also still faces numerous charges in Malheur County Circuit Court for a series of schemes he fostered in 2020.
COMMUNITY EVENTS Dec. 2
COMING UP: Art show, tree lighting, more on Malheur events calendar
A tree lighting, a gathering that celebrates "Christmas Magic," and a showing of local artist Eddie Melendrez' work are on the calendar in the coming days.
MALHEUR COUNTY COMMUNITY Dec. 2
Local attorney buys former Vale Masonic Lodge
Bob Butler, a managing partner in the local law firm Butler & Looney PC, outbid competitors and purchased the local landmark for $70,000. Butler said he isn't sure what he will do with the building.
NYSSA Dec. 1
NYSSA NEWS: Groups plan holiday sales, local pharmacy makes 'robust' move
Nyssa's Medicap Pharmacy has a new location and expanded offerings, and community groups are planning Christmas season sales. Correspondent Susan Barton catches up on all things Nyssa.
MALHEUR COUNTY OBITUARY Dec. 1
OBITUARY: Shirley Lea (Harvey) Grace
Shirley Lea (Harvey) Grace, 91, of Oregon Slope, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Nov. 18, 2021. Shirley was born Aug. 11, 1930, in Hazzard, Nebraska, to Roscoe A. and Mabel M. Harvey. They moved away from Nebraska during the Great Depression and lived in various places before settling on the Oregon Slope. Shirley attended Lincoln Grade School, Jefferson Grade School, and graduated from Ontario High School in 1948. (Submitted Information)