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
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
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.
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By John L. Braese The Enteprise NYSSA – After 41 years of service on the Nyssa School Board, Don Bullard said goodbye to friends and staff on Friday during a
By John L. Braese The Enterprise Fred Kochis returned Sunday to the once-thriving Malheur City. He was brought in an urn by relatives from Nevada, returned to the piece of
Hey, high school seniors. Do you have a moment? We’d like to chat. We’re hopeful that in your next phase of life, we can count on you. Your family, your
By John L. Braese The Enterprise Across the county, groups will be holding ceremonies for the upcoming Memorial Day. Nyssa will begin the weekend on Friday, placing flags on all
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