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SURVEY: We want your opinions about local schools and the coronavirus
We invite parents to participate in this survey by the Malheur Enterprise to gauge local opinion about the future of education during the pandemic. The survey participation is confidential - and important.
What do parents of Malheur County think about what has happened with schools?
What do they think about how school should be conducted in the era of the coronavirus?
We invite parents to participate in this confidential and free survey. We will report on the results in future editions of the Enterprise.
CLICK HERE to start the survey.
Thank you for participating!
Questions? Email Editor Les Zaitz at [email protected]
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
COLUMN: Take time now to enjoy life – that granite can wait
Her father's recent medical emergency prompts farmer and author Brianna Walker to reconsider her priorities, and take time to enjoy the little but important moments in life.
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
Water contamination worsened as DEQ went easy on Port of Morrow
SPECIAL REPORT: State officials rarely intervened and never stopped the port as it dumped hundreds of tons of excess nitrogen over a critical groundwater area.
MALHEUR COUNTY EVENTS May. 20
Ready to ride? Big Loop Rodeo's the draw in Jordan Valley
Bull riding, calf roping, rodeo dances and a buckaroo breakfast are just a few of the events that draw rodeo fans to Jordan Valley each spring. The Big Loop Rodeo rides again this Friday through Sunday, May 20-22.