If there’s anything local folks like more than high school sports, it’s probably Malheur County history. That’s been clear in the past year as we reviewed our feature offerings and
The recent news about Oregon’s Public Employees Retirement System was gloomy, but the response was understated – almost as if we’re all getting inured to continuing high cost of questionable
By Scotta Callister The Enterprise HARPER – In its first year, Harper School’s agriculture and FFA program have taken root, and teacher and advisor Kristy Riggin says she expects it
Next Tuesday is primary election day in Oregon, and time is running out to get those ballots marked and filed. Sure, there aren’t a lot of contested races at the
Vale Chamber members gathered last Friday to celebrate the opening of a new business on the city’s main thoroughfare. It isn’t a big department store or a mega data storage
Struggling up the steep concrete porch steps at the Vale American Legion hall has never been for the faint of heart – and certainly not for the faint of knees.
When Howard and Verel Towell of Harper eloped 78 years ago, she was just 17. Asked by the clerk if she was a legal 18, Verel considered and asserted that
The modest Ontario house that holds the Treasure Valley Children’s Relief Nursery is crammed, and that’s no exaggeration, with signs of learning and love. In one room, boxes of teaching
An unfortunate situation 400 miles away at the coast has some folks a little misty-eyed about the menu for the coming Vale Fire and Ambulance fundraiser dinner. Yes, the traditional
Last week’s town hall meeting, put on by Sheriff Brian Wolfe, was notable for its strong turnout – 400 folks would be a good crowd in a much larger community.