Plenty of area venues open to watch eclipse

Plenty of area venues open to watch eclipse

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE — Still don’t have plans for Monday’s eclipse? Here are some ideas. In Ontario, those looking for a little shopping prior to the

Plenty of fun found at Malheur County Fair

Plenty of fun found at Malheur County Fair

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — She is still counting the total number of attendees but Malheur County Fair Manager Lynelle Christiani already knows one thing: The 2017 fair

Eldorado may come to life again thanks to eclipse

Eldorado may come to life again thanks to eclipse

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise A total solar eclipse hits Malheur County about every 375 years, making Monday’s event a once-in-a-lifetime experience to catch. To milk every second of that

Eye experts urge caution during eclipse

The Enterprise VALE — Remember the childhood adage not to stare into the sun? The motto seems common sense but people – for whatever reason – occasionally disregard the maxim.

Judge to decide fate of seized dogs

Judge to decide fate of seized dogs

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise The fate of Yorkies, Scottish terriers and other dogs housed in a Malheur County shelter may be decided in an Idaho courtroom next week. Ani-Care

Rodeo slated for Malheur County Fairgrounds

Rodeo slated for Malheur County Fairgrounds

The Enterprise ONTARIO — The Malheur County Fairgrounds will host a night of rodeo and dance this weekend, just days before the solar eclipse, for the appropriately named Grand Rodeo

Directors set for rail shipping facility

Directors set for rail shipping facility

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The first meeting of the board that will oversee a new agriculture rail shipping center will most likely convene within the next week

Here comes the eclipse

Here comes the eclipse

By Pat Caldwell, John Braese and Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise The upcoming eclipse promises to bring huge crowds to Oregon from all over, and state and local agencies are preparing

County leaders move ahead on rail shipping blueprint

County leaders move ahead on rail shipping blueprint

By John Braese, Pat Caldwell and Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise VALE – County officials, urged on by the state, are wasting no time going to work to see that a

Tiny dogs, big need

Tiny dogs, big need

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise NYSSA – For now, the small portable kennel not much bigger than a tool box is home to a rescued Yorkie and her days-old litter