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VALE Jan. 19
Skerjanec closes the door on long, and rewarding, law career
An Adrian native, Carol Skerjanec retired Jan. 1, after three decades of service to the local community as an attorney.
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MALHEUR COUNTY OBITUARY Jan. 19
Obituary: Bruce Allen Bond
Bruce Allen Bond, 69, of Vale, went home to meet Jesus on Dec. 30, 2021. A family graveside service was held Jan. 5. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 2, at Vale Christian Church.
EMPLOYMENT Jan. 19
They're hiring - local job openings
Positions include: Maintenance Mechanic I, Inventory Coordinator, Mechanic- Load and Haul, CDL Driver.
OREGON POLITICS Jan. 19
Pierce seeks to concentrate on public safety, education and homelessness as candidate for governor
A Salem doctor, Bud Pierce visited Ontario Jan. 12 to introduce voters to his platform. Pierce said he wants to create a working group to focus on issues impacting the eastern side of the state.
PUBLIC NOTICES Jan. 19
Publications from local governments, private parties
Malheur County Local Work Group meeting announcement, Estate of Donita L. Olsen, Human Services Transportation Plan, Estate of Billie Rae Wright-Signer, Summons.
OREGON NEWS Jan. 19
Bentz says 2020 presidential election was bought, not stolen
Speaking in La Grande on the anniversary of the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot, the Republican Congressman said Democrats were blowing the event out of proportion to divert attention from inflation and other issues.
MALHEUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT Jan. 18
County board awards millions by private email votes, not public meetings
WATCHDOG: The actions by the Malheur County Development Corp. in approving more than $6 million in contracts may have violated Oregon law. Board members wouldn't respond to questions about the unusual process and Malheur County Judge Dan Joyce declined to address the matter.
FreeAROUND OREGON Jan. 17
Oregonians invited to ‘Let’s Talk’ session to share what they want from an Oregon governor
The Malheur Enterprise will be a host of a unique event as Oregon Capital Chronicle, Rural Development Initiatives and the Agora Journalism Center are leading regional virtual sessions to hear from Oregonians.
FreeAROUND OREGON Jan. 17
Running for governor, Kristof defends residency claim to Oregon Supreme Court
Gubernatorial candidate Nick Kristof submitted a filing Friday to the Oregon Supreme Court, reasserting his contention that Oregon has been his home for the required time. State attorneys this week are expected to present Secretary of State Shemia Fagan’s case to bar him from the ballot.
FreeAROUND OREGON Jan. 14
New task force aims to untangle myths, assumptions as recycling realities change
With China closed off as recycling outlet and other changes in the recycling industry, Oregon puts a new task force to work on tightening laws and busting the myths.
MALHEUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT Jan. 14
State, federal and local officials delve into mystery of missing chemical containers at Ontario Municipal Airport
Plastic jugs containing hazardous chemicals vanished from a containment structure in December. The jugs were discovered at the former operation site of Beck’s Spray Services Inc.
MALHEUR COUNTY COMMUNITY Jan. 13
Retirement party set for longtime local attorneys
The public can swing by the Vale Senior Center between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday to wish Carol Skerjanec and Larry Sullivan happy retirement.
MALHEUR COUNTY COMMUNITY Jan. 13
Vale resident steps into top position at the Malheur County Fairgrounds
Dawnita Haueter said she believes in the transformational power of the fair for youth. She stepped into her new role at the first of the month and said she is looking forward to her new challenge.
AROUND OREGON Jan. 13
State Rep. Mark Owens eyes ag overtime bill as short session nears
The Crane Republican worries that a proposal to pay overtime wages to farm workers will crop up again in the Oregon Legislature when it convenes Feb. 1. He says farmers are operating on thin profit margins as it is in his district, which includes Malheur County.
COVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY Jan. 13
Omicron most likely driving recent spike in Malheur County
The county is up against yet another surge of the virus, compelling state and local public health officials to develop new methods to confront the infection.
MALHUER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Jan. 13
Vikings set sights on success as regular season kicks off
The Vale High School varsity basketball team finished its December schedule with a solid record but now must negotiate through the tough Eastern Oregon League regular season.
MALHEUR COUNTY BUSINESS Jan. 12
BUSINESS BEAT: New shop in Ontario puts icing on the cake
Lisa Mathews is tapping her talent for sweets – cupcakes, cookies, cakes – in her new venture, Dessert by Design.
PUBLIC NOTICES Jan. 12
Publications from local governments, private parties
Estate of Billie Rae Wright-Signer, Summons, Human Services Transportation Plan,
EMPLOYMENT Jan. 12
They're hiring - local job openings
Positions include Instructional Assistant, Bus Driver, Food Service Assistant
MALHEUR COUNTY OBITUARY Jan. 12
OBITUARY: Linda Michelle Lewman Wilcox
Linda passed away December 18, 2021 at her home in the Willow Creek area of Vale, Oregon. She was born February 2, 1970 in Caldwell, Idaho. Her biological parents were Brenda Lewman Olsen and Larry Wayne Maples. Linda was raised by Balie and Zilliah Lewman (Mom and Dad) from the Parma, Idaho area. (Submitted Info)
MALHEUR COUNTY AGRICULTURE Jan. 12
Spring, summer climate swings batter Malheur County's onion harvest
Summer high temperatures stymied onion growth that produced lower yields, hitting the local onion industry hard.
FreeAROUND OREGON Jan. 12
DEQ fines Port of Morrow $1.3 million for ‘reckless’ pumping of nitrate-laced water on farms
High levels of nitrates are particularly harmful for pregnant women and babies, causing a serious health condition caused by a lack of oxygen.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jan. 12
Ontario leaders float plan to help local kids save for further education
Council President Ken Hart, Mayor Riley Hill and Ontario School Board chair Tom Greco propose that the city invest some of its marijuana tax money in a fund to help local children afford college or other post high school training.
MALHEUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT Jan. 11
County Court mulls questions, finds few answers in Idaho border meeting
In a Malheur County Court meeting, people raise questions about the proposal to move some Oregon counties into Idaho, and what's next.
FreeSTATE NEWS Jan. 10
Tested by one round, Oregon National Guard deploys for second tour in hospitals
The historic mobilization last fall put Guardsmen who normally drive tanks and fix aircraft into duty with patient care.
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.
FreeCORONAVIRUS IN OREGON Jan. 7
Oregon reaches dire stage in pandemic as state issues guidelines for rationing care
State health officials warn that infections will be so widespread that they’ll affect everyone’s life
FreeAROUND OREGON Jan. 6
With Oregon residency in question, Kristof won’t share documents
Democratic candidate Nick Kristof claims tax records, other documents will establish his qualifications to run for governor in Oregon.
MALHEUR COUNTY ECONOMY Jan. 6
Malheur receives federal aid to help homeless afford places to live
A federal program is providing vouchers to the Malheur County House Authority to help transition homeless people into housing.
COMMUNITY Jan. 6
COMING UP: Mark your calendar for candidate visit, vaccine clinic, job fair
Malheur County residents can meet GOP gubernatorial candidate Dr. Bud Pierce this Thursday in Ontario, one of several events on the calendar in the coming week.
FreeCOVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY Jan. 6
County reaches grim milestone as nearly 6,000 people have been diagnosed with Covid since the pandemic began
That means about one of six people locally have caught the infection based on data released by the Malheur County Health Department. However, officials believe there have been many more cases that have not been reported.
FreeAROUND OREGON Jan. 5
Kristof attorneys argue Yamhill has always been home for the gubernatorial candidate
Oregon election officials requested proof the Democratic candidate for governor meets residency requirements. Nick Kristof's campaign, which issued a 102-page response, contends he has always considered Yamhill home, and voters should get to make the call.
COMMUNITY Jan. 5
Author with Vale roots will zoom in to book club session
Shanna Wiggins Hatfield will join Vale Book Club members by zoom this Thursday, to talk about her book "Farm Girl, Rural Life Humor from a Farmer's Daughter" and the writing process.
MALHEUR COUNTY COMMUNITY Jan. 5
Sheriff's office secret Santa effort hands out cash, not tickets
The program which began at least a decade ago aims to deliver a little Christmas cheer to local residents while also educating them on traffic safety.
MALHEUR COUNTY ECONOMY Jan. 5
Water outlook in Malheur County remains bleak despite spate of recent storms
Area reservoirs are low and the region is still locked in a drought but a shift in climatic patterns could deliver more snow. The availability of water in reservoirs and in snowpack is crucial for the county's agriculture industry.
MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOLS Jan. 4
Students hone writing, interview skills with Latino success stories
Students in the Oregon Migrant Leadership Ambassadors Club at Ontario Middle School crafted inspirational stories about people embracing their Latino roots and culture. The effort entailed lessons about journalism and writing, with collaboration from the Malheur Enterprise.
MALHEUR COUNTY EDUCATION Jan. 4
Nyssa ag teacher keeps the focus on student success
Chad Cruickshank's record of triumph reflects a desire to concentrate on commitment and to allow youth to make mistakes and learn from them. Cruickshank was also recently named outstanding agriculture education teacher by the National Association of Agricultural Educators.
NYSSA Jan. 4
NYSSA NEWS: Let's eat – at the Senior Center
Nyssa correspondent Susan Barton reports on the latest at the senior center, library and around town.
MALHEUR COUNTY COMMUNITY Jan. 3
Longtime Vale resident picked to be new fairgrounds manager
Dawnita Haueter stepped into the post Monday. Haueter replaces former manager Lynelle Christiani who resigned in 2021.
FreeCORONAVIRUS IN OREGON Dec. 31
Omicron variant spreading faster than expected in Oregon, hospitals face surge of patients
A new forecast from Oregon Health & Science University projects more people hospitalized than ever in Oregon for Covid, as the omicron variant moves in.
FreeAROUND OREGON Dec. 31
Slowing effects of climate change among priorities for Oregon’s new watersheds director
Lisa Charpilloz-Hanson will oversee more than $170 million to pay for projects enhancing state waterways and protecting critical species.
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