Public Notices week of April 19, 2017

NOTICE OF BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETING A public meeting of the Budget Committee of the Valley View Cemetery Maintenance District, Malheur County, State of Oregon, on the budget for the fiscal

Vale puts up 50 runs in double header

Vale puts up 50 runs in double header

By John L. Braese The Enterprise The Vale Vikings went on a scoring spree last week with 50 runs in two games while posting its first league win of the

Malheur County business finds success

Malheur County business finds success

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Derek Chamberlain’s decision to start his own business was a leap of faith. But he hoped that his idea to bring quality service

Get your dancing shoes on: Saint Alphonsus Foundation Hoedown slated

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — Get your dancing shoes – or boots – on. The 2nd Annual Saint Alphonsus Foundation’s Hoedown is set to kick off Friday, April

Vale and TVCC candidate forum set for Monday

Vale and TVCC candidate forum set for Monday

By John L. Braese The Enterprise The candidates have agreed on the date. The room has been reserved. All that is needed is an audience interested in the future. Sponsored

Editor’s note: Searching for web innovation in rural America

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise I have this restless urge to reinvent our rural newspaper website. Actually, blow it up and start over. And I need help. We want to

Montwheeler plea hearing delayed to June

Montwheeler plea hearing delayed to June

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Anthony W. Montwheeler, freed from state control in December after admitting faking mental illness, on Monday formally declared his intention to defend himself

Jessica Bates finds hope in her faith as she faces dramatically changed life

Jessica Bates finds hope in her faith as she faces dramatically changed life

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – They were going to be on time. Jessica Bates remembers looking at the clock in the Excursion her husband, David, was driving as

State agency wins first step to close public records, doesn’t mention Montwheeler

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise Legislation rushed through a House committee last week would keep the public from seeing state records such as those recently released concerning accused killer Anthony

Nyssa couple keeps the focus on the community

Nyssa couple keeps the focus on the community

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – The day was beautiful. That’s what lingers in Paula Weston’s memory about the time she first saw her husband, Daryl, in 1963. Paula