Nyssa students to see eclipse

Nyssa students to see eclipse

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – After more than an hour of testimony from parents and educators, the Nyssa School Board voted to go forward with a plan

Help Wanted – July 19

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: To place a help wanted ad with the Malheur Enterprise, call us at 541-473-3377 or email info@malheurenterprise.com NYSSA, OR – Seasonal Packing Shed Employment: Line Employees, Hyster

Vale girl grabs local queen crown

Vale girl grabs local queen crown

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Starting at an early age, Vale’s Kyla Wright accompanied her father to rodeos and watched as queens buzzed the crowd. Growing up

Matthews and Jackson take wins in Adrian race

Matthews and Jackson take wins in Adrian race

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ADRIAN – Spectators did not see loping, galloping or trotting. What the people who lined the course saw was simple walking as the Adrian

Help Wanted – July 12

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: To place a help wanted ad with the Malheur Enterprise, call us at 541-473-3377 or email info@malheurenterprise.com SECRETARY/ INSTRUCTIONAL AIDE POSITION AVAILABLE Vale School District #84 –

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

Help Wanted

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: To place a help wanted ad with the Malheur Enterprise, call us at 541-473-3377 or email info@malheurenterprise.com Help wanted: individual to help irrigate, fix fence and general

Families weigh in on first year at Four Rivers Charter

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – The Four Rivers Community School recently finished its first year as an Oregon high school in a controversial expansion that is still

Years of caring usher Vale pair into marshal role

Years of caring usher Vale pair into marshal role

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise Tom and Mary Gray have been together “forever and a day,” and in that time, have helped to preserve the livelihoods and the history of

Ontario looking at gravelling

Ontario looking at gravelling

By John L. Braese The Enterprise A group is looking into using Malheur County’s seemingly endless network of roads to economic advantage by bringing in bike riders who like gravel.