Local leaders pick top stories for 2017

Local leaders pick top stories for 2017

The Enterprise The Malheur Enterprise asked leaders around Malheur County about their picks for top news story of the year, the biggest news for their own organizations, and what goals

Counselor sues Nyssa schools, claims he was bullied

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – Bobby De Leon, a counselor formerly at Nyssa High School, is suing the Nyssa School District, claiming he was bullied and publicly

McBride steps up amid changes at Vale district

McBride steps up amid changes at Vale district

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – For the second time within one year, Alisha McBride is doing double duty. While handling the daily duties as principal of Vale

Ontario officials feel left out of rail reload center plans

Ontario officials feel left out of rail reload center plans

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The path to build a rail reload center north of Nyssa hit a speed bump last week when Ontario officials expressed concern over

Top 10 stories of the year

Top 10 stories of the year

By John L. Braese and Pat Caldwell The Enterprise WINTER’S RAVAGES January storms along with frigid temperatures paralyzed Malheur County with record snowfall. More than 43 inches of snow dropped

Vale middle school plan back on track

Vale middle school plan back on track

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Vale city concerns that prompted talk of moving the new Vale Middle School have been resolved and plans to raise the school

Rail facility could be operational by 2020

Rail facility could be operational by 2020

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise NYSSA – The Treasure Valley Reload Center, designed to speed local produce more profitability to East Coast markets, would be up and running north of

GALLERY: Intel Oregon First Lego League Qualifying Tournament

GALLERY: Intel Oregon First Lego League Qualifying Tournament

17 teams from across the county spent Saturday morning building, programming and competing in this county’s first ever Intel Oregon Lego qualifying tournament. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)

Students find link in science, careers

Students find link in science, careers

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – Seventh grade students around the county sit in classrooms every day, listening to teachers, studying off tablets and taking tests. On Thursday,

Financier blocks money for Jantz expenses

Financier blocks money for Jantz expenses

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise VALE – Galen Jantz, the failed Vale farmer, turned over everything he owned to settle millions in debts and hoped for only one thing –