Families weigh in on first year at Four Rivers Charter

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

It is just about rodeo time in Vale

It is just about rodeo time in Vale

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise Vale enters its 103rd year of July 4th Rodeo this weekend, promising to bring hundreds to town for four days of roping, riding and more.

Ranchers’ know-how a critical resource

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise The fire kept trying to get away from Clint Fillmore and the other ranchers. The Cherry Road Fire of 2016 burned almost 31,000 acres and

Walden busy raising campaign cash

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Greg Walden was busy early this year – leading a powerful Congressional committee, sitting at President Trump’s elbow at meetings,

Two judges removed from Montwheeler case

Two judges removed from Montwheeler case

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Anthony Montwheeler won’t have to deal with Malheur County Circuit Court Judges Erin Landis or Lung Hung in the future. Instead, a new

College instructor assaulted TVCC electrician

College instructor assaulted TVCC electrician Popular

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – A former welding instructor for both college and high school students at Treasure Valley Community College pleaded guilty last week to seriously

Friends recognize Nyssa’s Bullard at retirement

Friends recognize Nyssa’s Bullard at retirement

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

History, memories meet at remote Malheur City

History, memories meet at remote Malheur City

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

Malheur County celebrates Memorial Day

Malheur County celebrates Memorial Day

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

China opens door to Malheur beef

China opens door to Malheur beef

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — A new trade pact inked earlier this month could help ranchers in Malheur County and across the nation. For the first time in