Treasure Valley Community College and the community both have work to do following last week’s Town Hall. Let’s harness the energy from that night before it fades. A dynamic crowd
By John L. Braese The Enterprise For a mundane election that usually draws 30 percent voter turnout, candidates for the Treasure Valley Community College board seats last week created last-second
Ontario’s Logan Davila takes the hurdle during the running of the 110-meter event. Davila went on to win the event with a time of 16.52 seconds. (The Malheur Enterprise/John L.
By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — Pittsburgh had its steel and in Texas it was oil but for Malheur County the lifeblood of its economy is water. And this
By Becca Maag For the Enterprise Bob Bement has found numerous ways to leave his footprint on Vale – as a memorable coach, teacher, volunteer and pilot. Bob was
By Pat Caldwell and John Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO — The Treasure Valley Community College president said Monday her institution will work to complete three key goals to address issues
Notice to Interested Persons In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Malheur In the Matter of the Estate of Anita Peutz Case No. 5969.
By John L. Braese and Pat Caldwell The Enterprise Brad Williams, former Malheur County undersheriff, will receive $475,000 from the county to settle his allegations he faced religious discrimination while
By John Braese And Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — Treasure Valley Community College is an asset to the community but needs to do a better job of marketing its
By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – The Ontario City Council will seek input from residents next week regarding a proposal to resurrect a sales tax for the city. Public