Ag report: It’s a veggie world, and Oregon onions are tops

By Bruce Pokarney Oregon Department of Agriculture Once again, statistics show that Oregon is among the nation’s leaders in the production of several types of vegetable crops, whether they are

Owyhee proposal letter workshops continue in April

By Scotta Callister The Enterprise Sheriff Brian Wolfe says more workshops are in store for people wanting to write letters in opposition to the Owyhee Canyonlands national monument proposal. Wolfe

Walden plans town hall in Jordan Valley

The Enterprise U.S. Rep. Greg Walden will make a swing through Eastern Oregon this weekend, stopping in Jordan Valley for a town hall meeting on Sunday, April 3. The session

Preparing for the worst case

Preparing for the worst case

By Pat Caldwell For the Malheur Enterprise NYSSA – Last week law enforcement agencies and emergency service providers convened at Nyssa Elementary School to train for an incident no one

Calico, Paramount in merger deal

By Pat Caldwell For the Enterprise VALE – There will be little change for a potential local gold mining operation in the wake of a merger between two mineral resource

ODFW unveils new deer, elk, antelope premium hunts

ODFW unveils new deer, elk, antelope premium hunts

The Enterprise SALEM – May 15 is the deadline to apply for new premium hunts for deer, elk and pronghorn antelope, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced. The

County voters turn out in droves, say NO

The Enterprise Local officials were ecstatic as Malheur County voters overwhelmingly rejected the idea of an Owyhee Canyonlands national monument last week. Results released by the Malheur County Clerk’s Office

Short session ‘worst’ in decades

By Pat Caldwell For the Enterprise JOHN DAY – There was no mistaking the tone of frustration at the edge of Oregon Senate Minority Leader Ted Ferrioli’s voice last week

Town hall presses case for unity in times of discord

Town hall presses case for unity in times of discord

About 400 people packed the Vale High School gym March 3 for a wide-ranging town hall that touched on rural concerns and federal overreach, with a call for respect and

Nyssa’s chief sees calls rise

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Calls to law enforcement in Nyssa rose by 1,133 calls in 2015 over 2014, according to Nyssa Police Chief Raymond Rau. The chief released