Vale superintendent offered Pleasant Hill

Vale superintendent offered Pleasant Hill

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – An offer has been extended to current Vale superintendent Scott Linenberger to take the helm at the Pleasant Hill School District. Linenberger

Nyssa students to see eclipse

Nyssa students to see eclipse

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – After more than an hour of testimony from parents and educators, the Nyssa School Board voted to go forward with a plan

Parents sue over Bully Creek house fire that killed 8-year-old son

Parents sue over Bully Creek house fire that killed 8-year-old son

The Enterprise A couple burned out of a Vale-area home a year ago in a fire that killed their son is suing the property owners for $7.4 million. The fire

Legal Notices – July 19

SINGLE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: 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 Della M.

Help Wanted – July 19

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: To place a help wanted ad with the Malheur Enterprise, call us at 541-473-3377 or email info@malheurenterprise.com NYSSA, OR – Seasonal Packing Shed Employment: Line Employees, Hyster

This week’s obituaries – July 19th

Betty Jane Murphy October 21, 1944 – July 9th, 2017 Betty Murphy, 72, Vale died Sunday July 9, 2017 at home surrounded by her family. There was a Dessert Potluck

Governor takes another run at FEMA for Malheur County storm relief

Governor takes another run at FEMA for Malheur County storm relief

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Gov. Kate Brown is asking President Trump to reconsider his denial of emergency assistance for a spate severe winters storms that hammered Oregon

Dog owners gather to help families in need

Dog owners gather to help families in need

The Enterprise ONTARIO – At a cost of $30,000 to train a service dog for a child, many families needing the service go without. Dog owners and others gathered June

Law signals new hope for local economy

Law signals new hope for local economy

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise ONTARIO – A new bill allowing parts of Malheur County to act more independently from the state in favor of its economic interests recently passed

Malheur County rail center seen as a boon for economy

Malheur County rail center seen as a boon for economy

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — The economic impact area for a proposed rail shipping depot in Malheur County will extend across eastern and central Oregon and far into