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The HUNT was on!

The HUNT was on!

Candy-filled eggs and plush toys dotted the grass at Vale City Park last Saturday – for a short time. After the Fire Department siren sounded to start the annual Easter

Never too late to celebrate

Never too late to celebrate

When Howard and Verel Towell of Harper eloped 78 years ago, she was just 17. Asked by the clerk if she was a legal 18, Verel considered and asserted that

Taking the BOOM out of the blaze

Taking the BOOM out of the blaze

The Enterprise About 15 Vale firefighters got some specialized training last week in a drill that literally raised the FLAG. The Flammable Liquids and Gas training program, dubbed FLAG, gave

Students learn lessons of philanthropy

The Enterprise Vale Middle School students wrapped up some lessons on community involvement and philanthropy by presenting some real-life, real-cash contributions to three groups last week. The presentation was the

New home for nursery

New home for nursery

The modest Ontario house that holds the Treasure Valley Children’s Relief Nursery is crammed, and that’s no exaggeration, with signs of learning and love. In one room, boxes of teaching

Show features Nyssa artist

Show features Nyssa artist

An exhibit of Nyssa resident Crystal Rodriguez’ artwork will open Friday, April 8, at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario. The opening event will be from 6 to 8

Alternative class gets lessons for life, learns that… YES, YOU CAN EAT AT HOME

Alternative class gets lessons for life, learns that… YES, YOU CAN EAT AT HOME

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Wednesday, March 9 marked graduation day for a group of students at the Oregon Trail Learning Center. It wasn’t a graduation where diplomas were

Vale grad plans trip to aid children in Romania

Vale grad plans trip to aid children in Romania

Hannah Bates, a 2015 graduate of Vale High School now studying at Southern Utah University, will travel to Romania this summer to help children. Bates, who is studying to become

Adrian strikes up the BAND

Adrian strikes up the BAND

Unusual among small schools, Adrian has a thriving band program for sixth graders through high school. According to the Public School Review, the Adrian School District had 234 students last