New center welcomes region’s babies to world

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – St. Alphonsus Medical Center unveiled its new maternity ward with an open house last week. Prospective parents and hospital employees toured the

Special athletes hone football skills at camp on Viking turf

By John L. Braese Malheur Enterprise VALE – Athletes were out on the Vale High School football field early last Saturday, practicing flag pulling, handoffs and plays. The athletes weren’t

Stalking a good season

By John L. Braese The Malheur Enterprise VALE — Although wildfires have displaced hunters from some prime spots, the general outlook for the hunting season appears bright. Rifle season starts

Carlson challenges Landis in race for judge’s bench

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Local attorney David Carlson has stepped up to challenge Erin Landis for the 9th District Circuit Court Judge Position 1 in the

Viking errors result in first loss

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – At the outset of the Vale-Homedale football game last Friday, it looked as if neither team would be able to score. At

District tests its water

By John L. Braese Malheur Enterprise VALE – The Vale School District is awaiting results of tests for lead that were conducted Aug. 31, as districts across the state examine

Benefit set for family hurt in house fire

By John L. Braese Malheur Enterprise VALE – A Vale couple and two of their children remain hospitalized in Utah after the July 27 house fire that claimed the life

Lightning sparks 20 wildfires

By John L. Braese Malheur Enterprise VALE – A lightning storm swept through the area Aug. 7, sparking at least 20 wildfires. The three largest fires are being managed as

Man arrested after armed robbery in JV

By John L. Braese The Enterprise A 45-year old Boise man is in custody awaiting extradition to Malheur County on charges stemming from an armed robbery June 22 in Jordan

Alternative class gets lessons for life, learns that… YES, YOU CAN EAT AT HOME

Alternative class gets lessons for life, learns that… YES, YOU CAN EAT AT HOME

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Wednesday, March 9 marked graduation day for a group of students at the Oregon Trail Learning Center. It wasn’t a graduation where diplomas were