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

EXCLUSIVE: Governor intercedes to get lawsuit dropped, Montwheeler records released

UPDATE: Full text of governor’s statement added below. The Enterprise Under pressure from Gov. Kate Brown, a state agency Tuesday dropped its lawsuit against the Malheur Enterprise and will turn

Editor’s Note: Help us defend your right to government information

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise We’re going to defend ourselves and your right to government information but we need your help. The Oregon Psychiatric Security Review Board sued the Malheur

Public Notices – March 29, 2017 issue

Notice to Interested Persons In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Malheur In the Matter of the Estate of David W. Morris               Case

DEADLY DECISIONS: State agency sues Enterprise to block release of Montwheeler records

The Enterprise The state Psychiatric Security Review Board sued the Malheur Enterprise and publisher Les Zaitz to prevent disclosure of the records concerning its management of Anthony W. Montwheeler. Montwheeler,

Cell towers slated for remote area of Malheur County

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise JORDAN VALLEY — The poles are going up but no one is talking about whether the Jordan Valley area might soon get cell phone service.

Hard winter hurts race numbers

Hard winter hurts race numbers

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ADRIAN – The snowy, cold winter cut runner numbers as the Owyhee Off-Road Challenge took to the hills outside of Adrian on Saturday. “People

Malheur County teacher keeps the focus on students

Malheur County teacher keeps the focus on students

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — Connie Cabrera became a teacher because of fish. And some helpful encouragement from her family. While inspiration from her family was critical in

DEADLY DECISIONS: Family of Montwheeler’s ex-wife responds

The Enterprise The family of Annita Harmon, who was stabbed to death in the Montwheeler incident, responded Wednesday in a written statement to the Malheur Enterprise’s report on Anthony W.

They don’t need spell check

They don’t need spell check

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – Tips for spelling guided students last week at the inaugural Malheur County Spelling Bee. The emphasis was on “i before e except