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Virus continues to weave its way through Malheur County
Numbers released Wednesday by the Malheur County Health Department show Covid numbers are continuing to climb as the Fourth of July holiday looms.
Covid rates as of 7/1/2020.
ONTARIO - The number of county Covid cases jumped to 140 Wednesday, according to the Malheur County Health Department.
The agency reported 1,686 Covid tests had been completed and of the 140 reported cases, 46 people have recovered.
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COMMENTARY Nov. 27
COLUMN: Living on the range with that dreaded blue box of chains
As much as cowboy poet, veterinarian and columnist Baxter Black struggles with that old box full of chains, he can't seem to get rid of it.
FreeAROUND OREGON Nov. 26
More power, better restrooms and new visitor centers – Oregon parks to get major upgrades
Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site in John Day is among state parks getting upgrades with $50 million from state bonds.
MALHEUR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Nov. 26
Adrian set for run at state football title on Saturday
The Antelopes play in Baker City on Saturday, Nov. 27, against the Powder Valley Badgers. Tickets are available only online and not at the gate. Here's all you need to know about the match-up.
MALHEUR COUNTY BUSINESS Nov. 26
New marijuana shops signal pot economy in Ontario is still going strong
The city already hosts eight marijuana dispensaries and nine more are planned. Industry insiders say the market remains vibrant three years after city voters repealed a ban on marijuana sales.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Nov. 26
CLASS TO CAREER: Automotive world beckons Vale student
Vale High School senior William Tolman is finding new skills and a career path in the school's automotive courses.