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

Two firms looking at Vale for mushroom growing

Two firms looking at Vale for mushroom growing

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Two companies are looking to reintroduce mushroom growing to the Vale area. Total investment to get the process going would exceed $40

Ballou secures promotion at Nyssa Police Department

Ballou secures promotion at Nyssa Police Department

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — Maybe it wasn’t a moment of Zen, but Don Ballou can still remember when he realized how effective community policing could be. Ballou,

Rail board draws big interest

Rail board draws big interest

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — Malheur County’s economic development director is recommending the county create a new public corporation to manage the proposed $26 million rail shipping center.

Local FBLA students secure big-time experience at conference

Local FBLA students secure big-time experience at conference

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise VALE – For Vale teacher David Paulsen, education recently came in the form of four people crammed into one hotel room for three nights. And

Hawk Fire nearly contained

Hawk Fire nearly contained

JORDAN VALLEY — The Hawk fire 15 miles northwest of here is now 80 percent contained this morning, and crews are mopping up what remains of the blaze, according to

New blaze erupts near Jordan Valley

New blaze erupts near Jordan Valley

JORDAN VALLEY — A 1,500-acre fire 15 miles northwest of Jordan Valley is “emerging and actively spreading,” according to the Bureau of Land Management, and is 0 percent contained. Triggered