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

Senior leadership to carry Vikings softball

Senior leadership to carry Vikings softball

With 13 players out for softball this season, the Vale coaching staff is pumped about experience – and not worried about total turnout. The Vikings have 10 returnees from last

Vale grad plans trip to aid children in Romania

Vale grad plans trip to aid children in Romania

Hannah Bates, a 2015 graduate of Vale High School now studying at Southern Utah University, will travel to Romania this summer to help children. Bates, who is studying to become

Jacobs makes decision

Jacobs makes decision

After a second visit to the campus of Western Oregon University, Vale’s Zac Jacobs signed his letter of intent on Thursday, March 3 flanked by members of the Vale coaching

Adrian strikes up the BAND

Adrian strikes up the BAND

Unusual among small schools, Adrian has a thriving band program for sixth graders through high school. According to the Public School Review, the Adrian School District had 234 students last