Bulldogs roll through district tournament

Bulldogs roll through district tournament

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – Nyssa High School will need to take a large bus when it heads to the 3A state wrestling tournament in Portland on

Advice: Marry someone you like, and work for your dreams

  By Becca Maag For the Enterprise VALE – Longtime Vale residents Solon and Beth Wolfe have made many contributions to the community. If you’ve driven through Vale, you have

Questions linger in rubble

Questions linger in rubble

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – The IOOF Building, once home to the Golden Slipper, sits in a pile of rubble, surrounded by a fence to keep the

High speed chase ends with fugitive arrested in Malheur County

High speed chase ends with fugitive arrested in Malheur County

The Enterprise HARPER – An Idaho man wanted on a homicide warrant led police on a high-speed chase across snowy Harney and Malheur counties Saturday night before spike strips ended

Mushroom company impressed with Vale

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Since starting up Farmers Fresh Mushrooms in 1995, CEO Tan Truong’s firm has grown from shipping 18,000 pounds out weekly to today’s capacity of

Emergency crews press on through storms in Malheur County

By Pat Caldwell and John L. Braese The Enterprise Snow-slicked roads, blizzard conditions and numbing cold challenge local emergency responders, but agency officials say their crews are pressing on to

At Treasure Valley, high workloads lead to high pay

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise ONTARIO – Dennis Gill, an English instructor at Treasure Valley Community College, says he’s doing everything he can to help the college thrive. That’s why

Pioneer Place drives to top rankings in quality care

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise The elderly woman was dying. As her last days of life slipped away at a care home in Idaho, she wanted to see her daughter

Malheur Sheriff warns of flooding from ice-jammed Snake River

The Enterprise VALE – The Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe is warning residents to be alert to flooding as a Snake River ice jam pushes water back onto low-lying lands.

Malheur County kidnap, chase end in crash with 2 dead

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – A 49-year-old Idaho man is being held while an investigation continues into a kidnapping and subsequent two-vehicle crash that left two people