MALHEUR COUNTY EDUCATION Jan. 20
Educator of the Year in Ontario shares passion for science with students
Cindy Feibert's career has taken her to the wilds of Brazil and college classrooms in Idaho and Oregon. Her passion for science education has earned her the Educator of the Year Award from the Ontario Area Chamber of Commerce.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jan. 20
Records detail disputes, acrimony at top levels of Ontario School District
Newly released public records track long-standing disputes between school board members and Superintendent Nikki Albisu, who has taken her claims of discrimination to the state labor department. The records were obtained through a lawsuit filed by the Enterprise.
COMMUNITY Jan. 8
Ontario college announces honor rolls
Malheur County students fared well during fall term at Treasure Valley Community College, which announced honor rolls recently.
EDUCATION Dec. 5
CLASS TO CAREER: Construction skills seen as path to future
Student Jose Fletes is enthusiastic about the construction courses at Nyssa High School. He says skills he learns will help him realize his dream and help others.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Dec. 3
TVCC: Enroll by Dec. 15 and get a scholarship
Treasure Valley Community College is offering $1,000 scholarships to students who enroll for winter term as part of a "Stay on Track" initiative. The effort follows a fall scholarship program that sought to help students overcome obstacles linked to the pandemic economy.
PHOTO GALLERY Nov. 30
ADRIAN TITLE: Lopes collect state trophy, celebrate on field with fans
Friends and relatives headed for the field at Baker High School Saturday, Nov. 27, to congratulate the Adrian Antelopes on winning the state 1A football title. The Lopes beat the Powder Valley Badgers 46-38.
FreePHOTO GALLERY Nov. 29
ADRIAN TITLE: Fans show up in big numbers to cheer on Lopes
The football stadium at Baker High School was a sea of green - Adrian green - on Saturday, Nov. 27, as the Lopes took on the Powder Valley Badgers in the state 1A title game. Adrian won 46-38. See someone you know?
MALHEUR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Nov. 29
ADRIAN TITLE: Fumble recovery late in the game sets up winning score
The Antelopes faced a Powder Valley squad of a different caliber than the one they kept scoreless in a game in October. Adrian recovered its power ball rhythm to overtake the Badgers and win the state title 46-38 on Saturday, Nov. 27.
FreeAROUND OREGON Nov. 28
Oregon is losing female school superintendents, new study highlights why
The report found that Oregon lost more than 50% of its female school superintendents last year. Hiring bias and retention remain major issues.
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.
MALHEUR COUNTY EDUCATION Nov. 23
Donor steps up with million-dollar gift to Treasure Valley Community College
Officials at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario have announced a million-dollar gift from a donor with an interest in the school's technical education programs and scholarships for students.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Nov. 23
Elizondo ready to drop legal fight with Ontario School Board, seeks 'peace'
Jodi Elizondo, the Ontario High School principal, said she wants to move on from the troubled times in the Ontario School District, forgiving school board members who she complained bullied and mistreated her.
MALHEUR COUNTY EVENTS Nov. 17
Audience - young and old - pays tribute to Malheur County's veterans
Rain held off on Thursday, Nov. 11, for Ontario's annual Veterans Day ceremony. Students from Four Rivers Community School showed up to give their thanks.
FreeAROUND OREGON Nov. 17
Community college enrollments in Oregon begin to stabilize, but decade of decline worrying
Oregon community colleges will need to make steep enrollment gains to meet state workforce needs.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Nov. 17
Adrian's resistance puts it on collision course with Oregon state officials
Records obtained by the Enterprise show events leading up to the state's decision to fine the Adrian School District over Oregon's mask mandate. School officials say they are ready to move on - and comply.
MALHUER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Nov. 16
PHOTO GALLERY: Vale uses stingy defense to knock off No. 2-ranked Rainier, 14-6
The Vikings slowed the vaunted Rainier running game and scored two touchdowns in the first half to help seal the playoff victory. Now, the Vikings will travel to Bend to face South Umpqua Saturday.
FreeAROUND OREGON Nov. 16
School staffing issues in Oregon called ‘real, emergency situation’
Legislators hear how school districts across the state are scrambling to fill vacancies in a time when the labor market is tight.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Nov. 10
State fines Adrian School District $10,500 over mask mess
Adrian school officials weren't enforcing Oregon's mandatory mask rules in September, an investigation by Oregon OSHA concluded. The Adrian School District plans to contest the citation.
MALHUER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Nov. 9
Vikings use crushing defense, overpowering offense to scuttle Sutherlin 43-8
Vale scored early and often in the first-round playoff game last Saturday. With the win, the Vikings will move on to compete in a quarterfinal contest against No. 2-ranked Rainer this weekend.
MALHUER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Nov. 9
PHOTO GALLERY: Vale offensive, defensive attack too much for Sutherlin
The Vikings posted a 43-8 win Saturday in a first-round prep football playoff game. Now Vale will hit the road to face No.2-ranked Rainier in a quarterfinal game Saturday.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Nov. 5
Nyssa High School gives students an alternate pathway to adult life
The high school equivalency program, which serves students in the migrant program, offers a GED class on Nyssa High School's campus which students and teachers say is meeting the need for an alternate pathway toward college and the workforce.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Nov. 4
Ontario boys beat state's No. 1 soccer team, advance in state playoffs
Ontario beat Stayton 1-0 on Wednesday while Nyssa/Harper Charter lost 8-0 in the opening round of state soccer playoffs. Three local football teams are in state playoff action this week.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Nov. 3
Adrian School Board picks Meyer to be interim superintendent
Raeshelle Meyer, who has taught in Vale and has administrative experience at Four Rivers Community School, is the new interim superintendent in the Adrian School District.
COMMUNITY Oct. 29
Classes to Career: Jessi Arriola enjoys life skills in construction class
Vale High School's construction program was on hold for a year due to the pandemic, but officials are pleased to have it resume this year – giving students like Jessi Arriola an opportunity to learn and sharpen skills for life.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Oct. 29
Substitute teacher finds value in her work at Ontario School District
Becca Henderson said that the job allowed for a good work-life balance, and that the local school administration was kind and supportive.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Oct. 28
Three apply for superintendent's seat in Adrian
All the candidates are local to Malheur County, said Mark Redmond, interim superintendent.
MALHEUR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Oct. 26
Adrian football goes undefeated, Jordan Valley volleyball takes on Imbler - it's playoff time
The Adrian Antelopes finished their regular season undefeated at 8-0 and face Dufur Friday for the special district championship. Jordan Valley finishes second in league tournament
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Oct. 22
Ontario students take to the football field, but with instruments in hand
Ontario's marching band is close to 70 years old, and offers a familial space for students who are passionate about making music to do so together.
MALHEUR COUNTY SPORTS Oct. 20
Vale puts younger players to work in big gridiron win
After romping past McLoughlin 39-8 last weekend, the Vikings will gear up to meet the Bulldogs in Nyssa on Friday, Oct. 22. Adrian and Ontario will be on the road.
COMMUNITY Oct. 20
PHOTO GALLERY: FFA Auction draws bidders with array of items
The annual FFA Auction, which raises money for scholarships, drew a crowd of bidders to the Vale Bus Barn last weekend.
FreeAROUND OREGON Oct. 18
Shortage of bus drivers the latest staffing challenge for Oregon schools
In some districts in Oregon, routes are being combined, cut and parents are being paid to figure out alternatives.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Oct. 15
Classes to Career Profile: Construction class builds skills for Nyssa senior
Santiago Miranda says he values the construction class skills he's learning at Nyssa High School.
FreeAROUND OREGON Oct. 14
Facing threats, superintendents and school boards turn to legislature, law enforcement
Growing concerns around job and personal safety are behind new contract rights legislation and FBI intervention.
EDUCATION Oct. 14
Oregon Community Foundation grants boost summer learning across Malheur County
Organizations received hundreds of thousands of dollars to help local children retain and grow their academic skills over the summer during a year when many were challenged by the demands of virtual learning.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Oct. 14
Ontario district eyes 4-day school week amid pandemic pressures
With staffing shortages posing challenges to teachers, Superintendent Nikki Albisu said that the main request she was hearing from her staff was for more time. So far, a majority of parents surveyed have been in favor of the proposal for four-day weeks.
COMMUNITY NEWS Oct. 14
Saturday's the big day for Vale FFA benefit auction
The annual event, a prized local tradition, will take place at the Vale bus shed off South Cottage Street behind the elementary school beginning at 10 a.m. on Oct. 16.
EDUCATION Oct. 13
For Malheur County schools, contact tracing is a win – with a cost
The Malheur County Health Department is supporting schools to do their own in-depth contact tracing when cases of Covid are identified. That means pinning down who amongst students and staff was in close contact with the positive case during a certain date range, and under what circumstances. The process allows schools to be more selective about who they ask to quarantine, as opposed to simply quarantining large groups, but it's a lot of work.
MALHEUR COUNTY EDUCATION Oct. 8
Nurses in training at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario ready to take on Covid
The nursing program at Treasure Valley Community College provides students with intense preparation for an intense career, with 720 hours of clinicals required for graduation. Students will be caring for Covid patients this year, and say they are ready to take on the challenge.
FreeOREGON NEWS Oct. 7
Despite return to in-person classes, many who chose homeschooling during pandemic stay home
OREGON NEWS: Homeschooling sees explosive growth of 70% to 200% in some education districts.
COMMUNITY Oct. 7
Classes to Career: Student aims for future in sports, health
Marcos Martinez finds skills for his future in Ontario High School's personal trainer course, one of the career training classes offered in Malheur County schools.
MALHEUR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Sep. 30
PHOTOS: Adrian beats Imbler 50-0 at homecoming game
PHOTOS: The Antelopes dominated the field for their third game in a row where the other team scored zero points. Homecoming Queen Elizabeth Nielson and King Trevor Bertalotto were crowned at halftime.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Sep. 29
Substitute teacher shortage hits Malheur County schools
The list of substitute teachers the Malheur Education Service District could call was already short – only around 140 people – before the pandemic. Now, there are barely 60 teachers available, and they must be shared county-wide.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Sep. 24
Volunteers keeps stories, books coming for kindergarteners across Malheur County
A dedicated cadre of volunteers have committed to making the seventh annual StORytime event just as fun as ever, even in a virtual format.
EDUCATION Sep. 22
TVCC to offer $100 vaccine incentive to students
Anyone enrolled in a fall class at TVCC who is fully vaccinated, no matter what vaccine they got or when, can show their vaccine card and redeem the prize. The $100 will be given as a gift card to students who qualify.
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 SCHOOLS Sep. 10
Longoria keeps focus on equity, student success in Ontario
Ontario Middle School principal Lisa Longoria draws on her own personal experiences as an Ontario School District alumna to effectively serve a diverse student body.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Sep. 9
Adrian community looks for unity as Mark Redmond named interim superintendent
Mark Redmond, the superintendent of the Malheur Education Service District, was named interim superintendent for Adrian School District Wednesday night. Adrian fired their previous superintendent, Kevin Purnell, last week amidst disagreements over the state's mask mandate for schools. Redmond said the mask mandate must be followed.
EDUCATION Sep. 7
Adrian to pay former superintendent more than $100,000; he agrees not to sue
Kevin Purnell, the superintendent in Adrian who was recently terminated related to the state's mask mandate, agreed not to sue the district. According to the settlement agreement, he will receive a payout two installments while the district searches for a replacement.
FreeEDUCATION Aug. 31
Beyond masks: local schools implement their own Covid protocols
As schools head back to class, districts are taking other safety measures to protect their students from Covid.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Aug. 31
Adrian School Board fires superintendent for obeying state's mask mandate
The decision to fire Kevin Purnell as superintendent of the Adrian School Board came after a closed-door session on Monday, Aug. 30. The board chair said the termination came because Purnell didn't follow board directives. Other community sources said the termination was over requiring local schools to comply with Gov. Kate Brown's mask mandate.
FreeMALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Aug. 27
Nyssa community reacts to vaccine mandate for teachers
At Back to School Night, teachers and parents expressed little support for the mandate.
FreeEDUCATION Aug. 26
Vale superintendent warns of possibility of distance learning as over 50 quarantine for Covid
UPDATED: Although local health officials said that schools themselves were likely not the source of community spread of Covid, the high incidence of cases in the community could have dire consequences for students. The Vale School District notified parents of quarantines just four days into the new school year.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Aug. 20
Legal invoices show Ontario School District spent thousands to resolve complaints
During the 2020-2021 fiscal year, Ontario School District had to adjust its budget for legal fees from $27,000 to $137,000 after spending more than $80,000 for an international outside firm to investigate complaints.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Aug. 19
Full days, masks on: Malheur County heads back to school
The governor's new mask mandate aside, teachers in Malheur County said they are excited for a more normal school year.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Aug. 12
Ontario students connect to Mexican culture with help of binational teacher
An international exchange program brought Yuliana Martinez, a resident of Ciudad Miguel Aleman in Tamaulipas, Mexico, into Becky Cuevas's summer school art class via video call.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Aug. 12
Students, staff and legislators react to mask mandate in schools
The mandate has proven unpopular with Malheur County residents, but legislators say it is important for educators to follow to protect their teaching licenses.
EDUCATION Jul. 30
Vale school superintendent comes out against state mask mandate
Following the imposition of a mask mandate for schools yesterday by Gov. Kate Brown, Vale superintendent Alisha McBride said in a Facebook post that Vale district stakeholders wanted masking to be "optional" and said she would continue to advocate for local control.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jul. 29
BREAKING: Children and staff to wear masks in school this fall, says governor
An announcement on Thursday, July 29, by Gov. Kate Brown broke with the previous framework of local control around masking. Officials said the new measure is necessary to align Oregon with CDC guidelines and protect Oregonians from the more contagious Delta variant of Covid.
COVID RELIEF Jul. 29
State money available for families throughout Malheur County
Pandemic EBT, a state program funded by federal Covid relief money, is extra "grocery money" intended to make up for the cost of feeding schoolchildren during months of virtual learning when free breakfasts and lunches may have been less available.
MALHEUR COUNTY EDUCATION Jul. 23
For youth from farm labor families, leadership camp in Ontario opens possibilities
The Oregon Migrant Leadership Institute, hosted for three weeks at Treasure Valley Community College, served more than 100 migrant youth from across eastern Oregon.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jul. 15
Vale School District ditches masks for upcoming school year
The pandemic-era face coverings will be recommended, but not required for students and staff. Students and staff will also be provided with access to free Covid testing.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jul. 8
Ontario students continue their work into the summer – outside
A new program, OSD Outdoors, rotates through different city parks three times a week and gives kids the chance for some enrichment after a year of tough circumstances.
EDUCATION Jun. 28
Ontario class teaches students to draw blood
The class, part of Ontario's certified nursing assistant program, certified four students as phlebotomists.
FreeMALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jun. 25
Enterprise sues Ontario School Board for records leading to censures
Following a series of denied public records requests, the Malheur Enterprise has filed a lawsuit against the Ontario School Board with the goal of getting documents related to the investigations into board member Eric Evans and former board member Derrick Draper.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jun. 23
Feds end funding for TVCC migrant ed program
Treasure Valley Community College's College Assistance Migrant Program was cut after five years despite good marks on its evaluations and significant improvement throughout the grant cycle. Administrators are now hoping to get a grant extension to be able to continue serving students.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Jun. 21
Boys playoff basketball returns for two Malheur County high schools
Vale and Adrian high schools will play their first round playoff games tonight, both matching up against undefeated teams.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jun. 11
Malheur County schools ready for summer classes as state money flows in
Summer school programs got a boost this year as the state turns its attention to helping students recover from the Covid slide.
MALHEUR COUNTY EDUCATION Jun. 10
Six Vale women receive scholarships from local PEO group
The Philanthropic Educational Organization is dedicated to "celebrat(ing) the advancement of women, educat(ing) women through scholarships, grants, awards, loans and stewardship of Cottey College, and motivat(ing) women to achieve their highest aspirations."
MALHEUR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Jun. 10
Ontario boys soccer cap successful year, six sign to TVCC
Following a third place finish at the District 4A tournament, six seniors from the Ontario High School boys soccer team signed to play at TVCC.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jun. 3
Vale Elementary School teacher voted Malheur Regional Teacher of the Year
Whitney Barnes, a kindergarten teacher, was recognized for inspiring students and making a positive impact on the community. She is now in the running for the Oregon Teacher of the Year contest to be held this fall.
EDUCATION Jun. 2
Ontario School Board censures Draper – again
Draper's second censure came after an investigation found his conduct toward Ontario Middle School Principal Lisa Longoria had violated the board's own nondiscrimination policy.
EDUCATION May. 28
Student leaders take reins in Vale
The new Associated Student Body leadership class said they were looking forward to the return to normalcy as the Covid pandemic winds down.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS May. 27
Area high schools set in-person graduation dates
Some Covid adaptations will be necessary, but overall seniors will get to have their big day.
EDUCATION May. 24
Three TVCC students selected for All-Oregon Academic Team
The honor, bestowed on the best and brightest community college scholars, went to Hannah Berger, Maria Montes and Chase Wilcox.
EDUCATION May. 20
Harper students dominate at CTE conference
Senior Corbin Palmer became the state champion in both Automotive Service Technology and Diesel Equipment Technology and will advance to national competition in June in the first category, and others also placed in the top ten.
RITES OF PASSAGE May. 19
PHOTOS: Ontario students get their prom
The dance, held Friday, May 14, featured snacks, photos and a live DJ outside in the school parking lot – a Covid-era adaptation.
COMMUNITY May. 16
Classes to Career Profile: Kate Gooch finds knowledge, skills in greenhouse course
Kate Gooch wants to one day own a ranch. Meantime, she's learning about plants and a specialized niche of agriculture through Jordan Valley's greenhouse management class.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS May. 13
Vale school board hopefuls cite leadership, teamwork
Three candidates are unopposed for seats on the Vale School Board, while Ryan Bates and Jessica Kulm contend for the fourth position.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS May. 12
After tumultuous year, Ontario teens hop on board 'Orient Express'
The school play was just a week away from being performed before Covid hit last year. Last Friday, the actors finally took the stage.
EDUCATION May. 12
Equal vs. equitable: Candidates in Malheur County mull ways to help marginalized students
"Equity" is considered a buzzword in some circles. For others, it is a cardinal value. That's why it remains a political issue as voters in Malheur County pick the next batch of school board members.
ELECTIONS May. 7
School board, TVCC candidates press cases in Ontario forum
Candidates for the Ontario School Board and the Treasure Valley Community College Board had a chance to introduce themselves and their views to the public April 28 at Four Rivers Cultural Center.
EDUCATION May. 4
Voters may decide fate of Ontario schools director who resigned as censure loomed
Derrick Draper quit the school board during a meeting April 20 at which he and colleague Eric Evans were censured by the board for their treatment of Superintendent Nikki Albisu. But his name will remain on the ballot for the May 18 race.
ELECTIONS Apr. 30
Nyssa school board openings draw dozen hopefuls
Five out of five incumbents face challengers in an unusually busy race.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 29
Classes to Career Profile: Harper's Jeremiah Wright sees benefits from ag, business studies
In this series, the Malheur Enterprise introduces Malheur County students focusing on career goals through vocational education.Jeremiah Wright is finding understanding about the world and skills for work through his vocational classes at Harper School.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 29
At TVCC, students adjust to new normal with mix of live, online classes
Students and administrators say that changes to adjust to Covid haven't derailed either their academic or social lives.
COMMENTARY Apr. 28
EDITORIAL: Ontario board’s mixed signals, secrecy undercut public’s trust
EDITORIAL: The Ontario School Board should release the report that led to censure of two directors, and make it clear to the public that the acrimony and bad behavior of past months will not continue. The community and its children deserve that transparency.
ELECTIONS Apr. 28
Ontario district's turmoil fuels school board races
Issues at play include decorum and civility on the board, rebuilding trust with the community, equity, and the return to in-person instruction.
COMMUNITY Apr. 22
Classes to Career Profile: Tanner Steele's ag dream takes root in Vale greenhouse
A mix of classroom learning and hands-on greenhouse work offers experience and a glimpse of career opportunities, according to Vale student Tanner Steele. His goals are outlined in this week's Malheur Enterprise Classes to Career Profile.
MALHEUR COUNTY SPORTS Apr. 21
Adrian School District may take its ball and go to Idaho
The talk of a move was triggered by Oregon's tighter Covid rules.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 21
Draper quits Ontario School Board ahead of censure vote; Evans also censured
The Ontario School Board Tuesday night condemned the conduct of board members Derrick Draper and Eric Evans. The board refused to release the evidence of that conduct, instead discussing investigative findings in a session closed to the public.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 20
Petition seeks to force out Ontario High School principal
The turmoil in the Ontario School District continues with a local teacher hosting a petition calling for a change in leadership at Ontario High School. The tenure of Principal Jodi Elizondo is being questioned.
FreeEDUCATION Apr. 15
Classes to Career Profile: Sara Stephen finds success with ag leadership
Nyssa High School student Sara Stephen recommends ag education for students looking to jumpstart their credits at the community college level.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 14
Nyssa FFA team brings home crop of awards
The Farm Business Management team won the state competition for the 11th year in a row.
FreeEDUCATION Apr. 9
Classes to Career: Katherine Smith aims for future in health care
In a new series, the Malheur Enterprise introduces Malheur County students focusing on career goals through vocational education.
NYSSA NEWS Apr. 8
NYSSA NEWS: Paws, Ns going on sale to showcase Bulldog pride
Lots of opportunities to support the Nyssa School District and its programming.
COMMENTARY Apr. 7
EDITORIAL: Ontario schools officials must stop the vitriol, focus on what's right for the kids
Tension between Ontario School District educators and the board is taking a toll and setting a bad example for the community and its children. It's time to set aside personal differences and solve the issues facing the district.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 7
Ontario to return high school students to classroom four days a week
The classes will be held on an A/B schedule, with three classes offered in person per day, and all six classes offered every day online.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 5
After a contentious process, Ontario Superintendent Nikki Albisu passes evaluation by board
A letter regarding Superintendent Nikki Albisu addressed to the community detailed the reasoning behind the Ontario School Board's softer stance toward Albisu, but still delivered its fair share of criticisms.
MALHEUR COUNTY SPORTS Apr. 5
Ontario Tigers wins the boys soccer league for third year in a row
The team, led by coaches Jaime Gonzalez and Daniel Dominguez, had an undefeated season and moves to the state quarter-final Tuesday.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Apr. 1
Police probe of Ontario recording ends, finds no crime
The Nyssa Police Department investigated circumstances about the recording of an Ontario school staff meeting. Derrick Draper, Ontario School Board director, who obtained the recording, refused to answer questions from police.