Sheriff weighs hiring change

By Pat Caldwell For the Enterprise VALE – A new plan under consideration by the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office may help the agency with the lingering problem of obtaining experienced

ROUGH ROADS AHEAD?

ROUGH ROADS AHEAD?

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise ONTARIO – Oregon’s roads aren’t in great shape, and they won’t get any better unless more money is collected and spent on the transportation system,

Back home and open for BUSINESS

Back home and open for BUSINESS

By Pat Caldwell The Malheur Enterprise VALE – After a long stint away from his hometown, Derek Chamberlain is excited about his new business venture – one he hopes will

Dawgs race to top at Viking Invite

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The Nyssa track team claimed top honors at the Viking Invitational last Friday. The Bulldog boys and girls both secured first place in

Viks double up in Boardman

Viks double up in Boardman

BOARDMAN — Solid pitching and key hits from an array of players combined to propel the Vale High School baseball team to a sweep of Riverside in a doubleheader last

Disturbing news, important lessons for our time

News item: La Grande, April 15, 2016 – Two boys, age 14 and 15, appear in court accused of threatening mass violence, plotting to kill their principal and others. News

‘Lost’ is just a state of mind

On the Edge of Common Sense By Baxter Black, DVM A source of pride amongst cowboys is knowin’ the lay of the land. And any poor fool that gets lost

What Grandpa never knew

Another View By Bill Hall We and our grandparents have lived partially separate lives. By the time you are a grandpa, your own grandpa and grandma have probably exited. That

Auction, BBQ in works for ill reporter

Friends from throughout the community are planning a fundraiser to help John Braese and his family meet expenses as he remains hospitalized, battling critical illness from persistent infections. Braese, news

Vale Library gift aids young readers

The Vale City Emma Humphrey Memorial Library has received a $2,500 donation from America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund and directed by local farmer Rick Johnson of