Public Notices week of April 19, 2017

NOTICE OF BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETING A public meeting of the Budget Committee of the Valley View Cemetery Maintenance District, Malheur County, State of Oregon, on the budget for the fiscal

Vale and TVCC candidate forum set for Monday

Vale and TVCC candidate forum set for Monday

By John L. Braese The Enterprise The candidates have agreed on the date. The room has been reserved. All that is needed is an audience interested in the future. Sponsored

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

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

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

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

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

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

Vale man a dastardly dude on stage

Tom Hathaway, alias I. W. Swindle, is surrounded by a bevy of beauties in Glitter Gulch Saloon. Hathaway and his counterparts take to the stage Friday night in Weiser. (Submitted

Malheur County Fair moving forward with plans

Several fair buildings gave way to heavy snow in January. (Enterprise file photo) By John L. Braese The Enterprise As youngsters across the county start the process of weighing in