Bentz, House speaker propose major economic legislation for Malheur County

Bentz, House speaker propose major economic legislation for Malheur County

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise Malheur County would get a new state-funded economic development organization to prepare workers and build businesses under legislation introduced Thursday by state Rep. Cliff Bentz,

Bulldogs roll through district tournament

Bulldogs roll through district tournament

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – Nyssa High School will need to take a large bus when it heads to the 3A state wrestling tournament in Portland on

Officer’s calling leads to honor

Officer’s calling leads to honor

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — Greg Armenta was working as the Nyssa water superintendent when a simple car ride changed his career trajectory. Armenta accepted an invitation for

City eyes cleanup costs for collapse

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – The Vale City Council recently declared the parcel of land currently stacked with rubble of the IOOF Building a public nuisance. The

EDITORIAL: Step up to run for important local boards, councils

In May, voters in Malheur County will be looking for 84 good people to help oversee local governments. These unpaid public servants will decide how schools should be run, the

Column: Why the Malheur Enterprise is hosting a community Town Hall

Column: Why the Malheur Enterprise is hosting a community Town Hall

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise Let me explain something. In this week’s Enterprise, you are learning about a special Town Hall. The meeting on March 16 is all about Treasure

Lawyer seeks delay for Montwheeler’s surgeries, recovery

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise VALE — Anthony W. Montwheeler won’t be going to court this month. The man facing charges related to a double-homicide in January can’t appear in

WANTED: 84 hats to toss into electoral ring

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE ­­- School districts are looking. Cemetery districts are requesting. Fire districts are crying out. Road districts are pleading. A total of 84 positions

GOAL: A working landscape

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – The Owyhee Basin Stewardship Coalition isn’t going away. That was one of the conclusions reached at a Feb. 14 coalition meeting. “The consensus

Town Hall seeks community views on future of Treasure Valley Community College

  By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – Revitalizing enrollment and honing the vision for Treasure Valley Community College will be the focus of a March 16 town hall