MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
VIDEO: Director of Malheur County Health Department discusses regs for restaurants
VIDEO: Restaurants are some of the most heavily regulated businesses in the context of COVID-19. In the fourth part of the Enterprise's video series with the director of Malheur County Health Department, Sarah Poe talks about what to expect to see in restaurants as phase two of economic reopening takes shape.
Denine Tucker, manager of Thunderegg Coffee Company in Nyssa (The Enterprise/Kezia Setyawan).
Sarah Poe, the director of the Malheur County Health Department, talked with the Enterprise about entering phase two of economic reopening in the wake of COVID-19. In the fourth installment of this interview series, Poe discusses what customers should expect when dining out.
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MALHEUR COUNTY OBITUARY May. 5
OBITUARY: Ruby Chloe Linville
In Remembrance of Ruby Chloe Linville: Ruby passed away in her sleep at home in Ontario, Oregion in the early morning hours on April 15. (Submitted Information)
POLITICS May. 5
Recall drive homes in on signature goal as Ontario businesses host petition
A petition to recall Ontario city councilor Freddy Rodriguez is close to the requisite 494 signatures needed to force the matter to a vote. But that hasn't preempted a seemingly unending stream of drama on Facebook and at city council meetings.
MALHEUR COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY May. 5
State officials say worker Covid testing could foment unrest at Ontario prison
Snake River Correctional Institution officials said that if they test their workers for Covid before entry, delaying the start of shifts, it "could strike a powder keg" with adults in custody, who have been on lockdown for Covid for months.
MALHEUR COUNTY OBITUARY May. 5
OBITUARY: Kitty Strohmeyer
Born in Massachusetts, just after the second world war, Kitty was the oldest daughter of native New Englanders Ted and Millie. Teddy Jr., Kitty, Carol, Barbara, Karen, and Mike comprised the large family, which moved around a lot. While most of Kitty’s formative years were spent in Massachusetts, the family moved to Texas where Kitty attended Catholic primary school and enjoyed being a Campfire Girl. With both a New England and Southern flare, Kitty would later become an excellent cook, especially learning the talents of her maternal ‘Ma. Returning to Massachusetts for high school, Kitty met her best friend Dot and stayed close to home after graduation – but not for long. (Submitted Information)
MALHEUR COUNTY May. 5
Malheur County could get billion-dollar energy project on Owyhee Reservoir
Executives from a Utah company, rPlus Hydro, recently briefed the Malheur County Court on a proposal to build a pumped storage facility. Matthew Shapiro, chief executive officer of rPlus Hydro, said the project could generate 300 new jobs and generate a significant amount of electricity.