Water project is going under the river

Water project is going under the river

By John L. Braese The Enterprise When your water supply is on one side of the river and your customers are on the opposite side, the answer to the problem

Maret pledge: wise city spending

Maret pledge: wise city spending

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — When Jim Maret walked into Nyssa City Hall last week to start his first day as city manager, he realized that life had

School project costs climb

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Higher construction costs are forcing Nyssa and Vale school districts to modify plans for new middle schools to keep in budget. Both districts are

DEADLY DECISIONS: State records show doctors early on suspected Montwheeler was faking illness

DEADLY DECISIONS: State records show doctors early on suspected Montwheeler was faking illness

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise State doctors suspected nearly 20 years ago that Anthony W. Montwheeler was feigning mental illness to avoid prison, newly disclosed records show. The records, a

Back to the future: Ontario elected leaders ponder sales tax

Back to the future: Ontario elected leaders ponder sales tax

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — Businessman Norm Crume didn’t want an Ontario city sales tax in 2004. He was so opposed joined a successful effort to squash it.

Wear and tear threaten critical Malheur County siphon

Wear and tear threaten critical Malheur County siphon

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – Almost from the beginning there were signs one of the region’s most iconic symbols was in trouble and now the Malheur Siphon needs

Country View endures winter

Country View endures winter

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Like many onion packaging owners, Scott McKinney saw the winter storms bring enough snow to destroy a shed and trigger a call to the

DEADLY DECISIONS: How other media covered the Enterprise’s public records case

The Enterprise The efforts of the Malheur Enterprise to pry loose state documents regarding Anthony Montwheeler attracted plenty of attention from other media in recent days from newspapers to television

Vale couple are ‘shining stars’

Vale couple are ‘shining stars’

The Enterprise/John L. Braese For Dwight and Karlene Keller, donating their time to the community is the right thing to do. Honored as Chamber Volunteers of the Year, they were

In Jamieson, it’s definitely a . . . BULL MARKET

In Jamieson, it’s definitely a . . . BULL MARKET

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise JAMIESON — Everyone goes to the bull sale. Or so it seems. Men and women from as far away as Nevada and Washington – and