This week’s obituaries – July 12

Billie Mae Moore September 2, 1931 – June 18, 2017 Billie Mae Moore – Mae as she was known to many – passed away on June 18, 2017, from complications

Nyssa ready to ‘Rock Out’

Nyssa ready to ‘Rock Out’

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — Nyssa Chamber of Commerce Director Char Rainey-McGinnis summed up her schedule last week in one sentence. “It has been crazy,” Rainey-McGinnis said. Rainey-McGinnis’s

Rail depot seen as a ‘game-changer’

Rail depot seen as a ‘game-changer’

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — The money is there, at least for now, and but no blueprint exists to build a new rail shipping center in Malheur County.

PHOTO GALLERY: Oregon Trail Days in Vale

PHOTO GALLERY: Oregon Trail Days in Vale

The Vale Chamber of Commerce’s Oregon Trail Days drew people for everything from dogs to cars, from pancakes to pool time. Take a spin through photos of the 2017 Fourth

PHOTO GALLERY: Adrian Fourth of July

PHOTO GALLERY: Adrian Fourth of July

In addition to the Vale celebration over the July 4 holiday, Adrian welcomed family and friends for a parade, walking horse race, duck race and free lunch. Photos by John

PHOTO GALLERY: Vale Fourth of July Rodeo

PHOTO GALLERY: Vale Fourth of July Rodeo

Kids, queens and cowboys — all part of the 2017 Vale Fourth of July Rodeo. Take a look out photos from the Malheur Enterprise. If you don’t spot someone you

GALLERY: Our photos from the Vale Fourth of July Parade

GALLERY: Our photos from the Vale Fourth of July Parade

Enjoy some of the best from the 2017 parade.

Immigrant’s dream is simple: Be a good citizen

Immigrant’s dream is simple: Be a good citizen

  By Becca Maag For the Enterprise Rudolf Trenkel immigrated with his family – his parents, a brother and a sister – to the United States in 1951. He is

Malheur County booking up for eclipse date

Malheur County booking up for eclipse date

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Relatives and friends coming to Malheur County for the solar eclipse better settle soon on where they’re going to stay. Motels are booked, but

EDITORIAL: State should focus on real safety risk, not supposed threats from open records

EDITORIAL: State should focus on real safety risk, not supposed threats from open records

State officials went into crisis mode earlier this year when it became apparent that records regarding Anthony Montwheeler would be released. They formed teams. They spent a fortune on lawyers.