MALHEUR COUNTY, Ore. - Malheur County Economic Development recently brought together leadership from Malheur County, Saint Alphonsus, Department of Corrections, and Representative Cliff Bentz to investigate ways to keep dollars local and to better support existing businesses in the county. As some of the county's largest employers, there is a real opportunity to sustain the local economy and maximize the amount of local dollars, including tax dollars, that stay in Oregon. A b
Saint Alphonsus recently celebrated the opening of their new Ontario Health Plaza. The plaza will deliver convenient care close to home, allowing patients with routine or chronic needs access to advanced technologies, all in one family-friendly and convenient location. The design of the $4.5 million Health Plaza is intended to create a soothing, nurturing and healing environment, focused on the needs of patients. Elements such as natural daylight, wood, water, and earth tones
MALHEUR COUNTY, Ore. – Treasure Valley Tech, part of the Malheur Poverty to Prosperity initiative, has been awarded $488,432.00 to help fund local CTE programs. Funds were awarded through the competitive Oregon CTE Revitalization Grant. The CTE Revitalization Grant is part of the Oregon Legislature’s investment in CTE programs during the 2015 Legislative Session. Investments included a dedication of $20 million to CTE funding in the Department of Education’s budget (HB 5016).