By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – For Gustavo Morales, helping his community isn’t just a nice catch phrase. It’s a way of life. His devotion to helping bridging cultures
No other area of the state has what Malheur County has – special privilege to recommend changes to state law and policies that impede economic development. The eyes of the
By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Vale school officials have decided to consider a dramatic change in plans for a new middle school – build it on the
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Future Bulldogs, Tigers and Vikings took to the field on Saturday for youth football in Vale.
The crowd gathered Saturday morning at the Vale bus sheds for the annual FFA auction on Saturday, Oct. 14. With the skies sunny, the bidding started with items handed out
The crowd attending the Vale/Umatilla football game on Friday, Oct. 13 was treated to a halftime show featuring up and coming cheerleaders.
By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — Gov. Kate Brown will soon review a list containing 25 local names to consider for appointment to a new economic board. The Malheur
By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – The use of the county’s fairgrounds has grown, but the fair is still considering how to bring people in aside from fair