Class captures the action – one animated stop at a time

The Enterprise VALE – Award-winning animator Teresa Drilling shared her stop-motion animation talents with students and aspiring film makers earlier this month at the Vale city library. The program was

Vale invests in city pool as asset for health, recreation

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise VALE – When Vale City Manager Lynn Findley looks across the aqua-colored expanse at the city swimming pool he doesn’t necessarily see just water. Instead,

Auction, BBQ in works for ill reporter

Friends from throughout the community are planning a fundraiser to help John Braese and his family meet expenses as he remains hospitalized, battling critical illness from persistent infections. Braese, news

Vale Library gift aids young readers

The Vale City Emma Humphrey Memorial Library has received a $2,500 donation from America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund and directed by local farmer Rick Johnson of

SOLVE day offers chance to clean up local environs

SOLVE day offers chance to clean up local environs

By Susan Barton For the Enterprise April 22 is Earth Day, an event which began in the United States in 1970 over concerns about the environment. In 1990, Earth Day

Closet gears up for proms

The Enterprise It’s prom season, and Drexel H. Foundation’s Formal Closet program is ready to help teens look their best. The Closet offers tuxes and more than 300 free formal

Carnival time!

Vale High’s sophomore class hosted the fun last Wednesday, March 30, during parent teacher conferences at Vale Elementary School. The class put on a carnival to entertain the kids and

Simulator hones gunnery skills

By Pat Caldwell To the Enterprise BAKER CITY – Pfc. Bailey Frasch learned firsthand the considerable advantage that proper instruction on an M-2 .50 caliber machine gun can deliver on

Celebration time

Renee Churchill (front row, third from left) is welcomed to the RED Team – a group of retirees who joke they are “Retired and Extremely Dangerous.” Churchill entered the club

Project eases access at Legion hall

Project eases access at Legion hall

Struggling up the steep concrete porch steps at the Vale American Legion hall has never been for the faint of heart – and certainly not for the faint of knees.