Board rules against TVCC

Board rules against TVCC

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – The Oregon Employment Relations Board on Tuesday ruled Treasure Valley Community College improperly withheld pay raises for some college faculty and ordered the college

Menchaca steps into Nyssa fire chief slot

Menchaca steps into Nyssa fire chief slot

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – To Eric Menchaca, fire is alive. “It doesn’t care how old you are or your race. It is going to burn and it

Findley fixes focus on House seat

Findley fixes focus on House seat

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Lynn Findley, retiring Vale city manager, announced last week he will seek appointment to the Oregon House seat serving Malheur County and

Cordeniz bids goodbye to Lifeways CEO slot

Cordeniz bids goodbye to Lifeways CEO slot

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – Judy Cordeniz was pretty sure she wanted to become a nurse. There was only one problem. She couldn’t stand the sight of blood.

Teacher quits after showing film

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – An Ontario High School psychology teacher resigned after officials confronted him about playing a graphic movie in his class about serial killer

Ontario leaders assert dust-up over rail facility was a ‘misunderstanding’

Ontario leaders assert dust-up over rail facility was a ‘misunderstanding’

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – As soon as Cliff Bentz saw the seemingly explosive email last week, he picked up the phone. Bentz, an Ontario attorney who represents

Nyssa wrestling tops list of best sports stories in 2017

Nyssa wrestling tops list of best sports stories in 2017

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Here are the top 5 Malheur Enterprise sports stories for 2017: NYSSA WRESTLING In late February, the Nyssa High School wrestling team

Witnesses recount fiery crash

Witnesses recount fiery crash

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise HARPER – Leonard Herr was carefully following the Schneider National freight truck west on U.S. 20, traveling no more than 30 mph on the black

New board will tackle economic development

New board will tackle economic development

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise A new state board will soon get to work figuring how to make Malheur County more competitive against less-regulated businesses and developments across the river

TVCC talks hit impasse, raise specter of strike

TVCC talks hit impasse, raise specter of strike

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise ONTARIO – A fight over pay at Treasure Valley Community College has produced the sharpest break in labor talks in the college’s 55-year history. Administrators