MALHUER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
Vale claims first win of the season, Bulldogs fall to Cole Valley
The Vikings clinched a 25-0 win over Parma but the Chargers defeated Nyssa/Harper Charter 16-0 last Friday night. Both games were non-league contests. This week Vale is scheduled to host La Pine in another non-league game while Nyssa/Harper Charter travels to Melba.
Nyssa's Ryan Talbot (9) prepares to tackle a Cole Valley Christian player during their prep football game last Friday. Cole Valley won the game, 16-0. (The Enterprise/AUSTIN JOHNSON).
A Cole Valley Christian player dives for extra yards as Nyssa's Jesse Aragon (67) tries to make the stop. (The Enterprise/AUSTIN JOHNSON).
Vale's Nathan Kimball (34) slices through the Parma defensive line during their game Friday night in Parma. The Vikings beat Parma, 25-0. (The Enterprise/PAT CALDWELL).
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COMMENTARY Sep. 20
Tell us - do you want to know how government is using public money?
COMMENTARY: Malheur County intends to charge $875 to release records showing what its Economic Development Department accomplished in the past year. The agency director doesn't think there's a public interest in seeing those records. What's your opinion?
MALHEUR COUNTY EVENTS Sep. 17
Time for more rodeo in Vale Saturday and Sunday
The Jim Reed Memorial Rodeo begins at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Vale Rodeo Grounds. The Bulls and Broncs Extravaganza will begin Sunday at 3 p.m. in the same location.
ONTARIO CITY GOVERNMENT Sep. 17
Ontario mayor wins suit against his own city over nuisance citations
The city of Ontario's code enforcement fined Mayor Riley Hill $500 for having a messy property. Hill sued to get out of the fine, and won't have to pay it, though the judge said he would not rule yet on whether the city should also reimburse Hill's lawyer fees. The suit cost the city more than $8,000 in legal fees.
MALHEUR COUNTY SPORTS Sep. 17
Ontario Tigers grid squad will rely on returning starters
Four seniors and two juniors are returning starters with the potential to be impact players this year, said Coach Greg Simmons.
MALHEUR COUNTY BUSINESS Sep. 17
Malheur Enterprise wins awards in state news contest
The Enterprise took home 12 awards from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association, including the second place award for general excellence.