Financial woes continue for Farmers Grain owner

Financial woes continue for Farmers Grain owner

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise VALE – The financial vise continues to squeeze Vale farmer Galen Jantz. A receiver has taken over his personal farm holdings in Malheur County, including

EMS on hold in tiny Annex

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ANNEX – Residents of a small town on the Idaho-Oregon border will wait a little longer for emergency medical services. Annex, population 216, sits

Mobile clinic will help rural patients

Mobile clinic will help rural patients

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise ONTARIO — While it’s not a house call, medical professionals from Valley Family Health Care soon will roll out medical care in distant reaches of

Nyssa PD deploys newest weapon on the war on drugs

Nyssa PD deploys newest weapon on the war on drugs

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – The newest weapon targeting illegal drugs in Nyssa just hit the streets. Indigo, a 2-year-old, pitbull-Jack Russell mix, is ready to go. Indigo

Land in hand, new plant a go

Land in hand, new plant a go

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – A Canadian mushroom company has bought land in Vale and is moving ahead with plans to commercially grow and distribute product throughout

County seeks input from cities on economic picks

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The Malheur County Court is seeking input from local cities about who should be named to a new state board that will consider

Board reviews five possible county rail transportation sites

Board reviews five possible county rail transportation sites

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – The new county development board is scoring five sites to pick the best location for a new rail shipping center after railroad officials

Ex-Vale resident endures Hurricane Harvey

Ex-Vale resident endures Hurricane Harvey

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Terry Coon admits she and her daughter were lucky. Coon, who was born and raised in Vale, lives in west Houston. While she

Next up: Trial or treatment for Montwheeler?

Next up: Trial or treatment for Montwheeler?

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — The fate of Tony Montwheeler could be decided soon in a court hearing that will consider the latest evaluation of the man’s mental

Eyesores rile up neighbors, stir city action

Eyesores rile up neighbors, stir city action

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – The neighbors are calling City Hall. Sitting in their front yard on a warm summer night, all they can see from a