Obituaries – January 31

Diane Perkins Schnepp July 3, 1950-January 10, 2018 Barbara Diane Schnepp, known to family and friends as Diane, passed away on January 10. She had been battling severe illness for

Legal Notices – January 31

Malheur County Vector Control District is accepting contract pesticide application proposals. Work will include both larval and adult mosquito control pesticide applications. All applicators must have an Oregon Department of

State hospital concludes Montwheeler unfit to stand trial

State hospital concludes Montwheeler unfit to stand trial

A new evaluation of Anthony Montwheeler, facing charges of murder and assault in Malheur County, concludes he doesn’t have the mental capacity to stand trial. The county’s top prosecutor intends to challenge that finding.

EDITORIAL: Local development board needs to double down on transparency

EDITORIAL: Local development board needs to double down on transparency

The county board shepherding along the rail shipping center has power to ensure public confidence in its work. A devotion to being open is key.

Obituaries – January 24

Danice Payne Jun. 7, 1942 – Jan. 16, 2018 Danice Payne, 75, of Jordan Valley, OR, died on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at a Caldwell hospital. Danice was born June

Help Wanted – January 24

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: To place a help wanted ad with the Malheur Enterprise, call us at 541-473-3377 or email info@malheurenterprise.com   Manager- Vale Oregon Irrigation District. Prefer a minimum of

Legal Notices – January 24

Storage Auction Lincoln Storage will hold an auction of delinquent units on February 6, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. in Vale OR. This will be a sealed bid Auction. Location is

Police catch accused child abuser hiding in rural Idaho

Police catch accused child abuser hiding in rural Idaho

Several police agencies teamed up Tuesday to arrest Doug Villines on outstanding charges of sexually abusing a 10-year-old Nyssa girl.

Federal payments, mail continue in Malheur County despite shutdown

Federal payments, mail continue in Malheur County despite shutdown

The Enterprise VALE – With brinkmanship continuing in Congress, Malheur County may have a hard time detecting the impact locally of the government shutdown. Mail service will continue. Payments for

EDITORIAL: Thanks, search volunteers, for answering the call

EDITORIAL: Thanks, search volunteers, for answering the call

Sometimes, it’s easy to take for granted what volunteers do for a community. Every one of them deserves appreciation, and that’s particularly true for members of the search and rescue