Viking softball, baseball teams notch league wins
In two important Eastern Oregon League games, the Vale softball team shrugged off a slow start to post a 11-10 win over Nyssa. Meanwhile, the Vale boys swept past the Bulldogs 13-3 Tuesday afternoon.
Vale's Sadie Thomas sets up for a bunt during an Eastern Oregon League softball game against Nyssa Tuesday afternoon in Vale. The Lady Viks came from behind to defeat Nyssa 11-10. The Lady Vikings are now 4-0 in league play. Nyssa now has a 2-2 league mark. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).
Nyssa's Brandon Vela tries to pick a Vale player off of first base during a Eastern Oregon League contest Tuesday afternoon in Vale. The Vikings defeated Nyssa 13-3. Vale is now 3-1 in league. Nyssa dropped to 1-3. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).
NYSSA May. 22
NYSSA NEWS: New businesses open up, and library calls for bookmark art
New businesses in Nyssa include a boutique full of kids clothing and goods, and a lunchbox with Latino flair. Columnist Susan Barton has the details.
COMMENTARY May. 20
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FreeELECTION 2022 May. 20
Many Oregon candidates breeze to victory with no primary opponents
Six legislators will take their seats in January without worrying about the general or primary election, and nearly 100 more have no primary opponents.
FreeOREGON NEWS May. 20
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MALHEUR COUNTY EVENTS May. 20
Ready to ride? Big Loop Rodeo's the draw in Jordan Valley
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