Monument: Two views on impact for searches

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise VALE – Malheur County Sheriff Brian Wolfe is worried a national monument designation for the Owyhee Canyonlands could pose serious challenges to search and rescue

Ray, Stringer want to take on Ferrioli

Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise VALE – Two local candidates competing in the May primary for a chance to face District 30 incumbent state Sen. Ted Ferrioli both feel they can

Sheriff weighs hiring change

By Pat Caldwell For the Enterprise VALE – A new plan under consideration by the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office may help the agency with the lingering problem of obtaining experienced

ROUGH ROADS AHEAD?

ROUGH ROADS AHEAD?

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise ONTARIO – Oregon’s roads aren’t in great shape, and they won’t get any better unless more money is collected and spent on the transportation system,

Back home and open for BUSINESS

Back home and open for BUSINESS

By Pat Caldwell The Malheur Enterprise VALE – After a long stint away from his hometown, Derek Chamberlain is excited about his new business venture – one he hopes will

Patrols ramp up as break-ins rise in rural areas of county

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise VALE – The illegal narcotic trade is probably at the root of a recent spate of burglaries in rural Nyssa, a situation that prompted the

Pols eye president’s intentions

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise For opponents of a plan to preserve more than 2 million acres of land in Malheur County, a conversation last autumn between two lawmakers may

Police arrest man linked to California assault

Nyssa police recently arrested a California man wanted in connection with an assault against his former girlfriend with a tire iron and then an attempt to strangle her in Texas.

Water, land – and the state

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise VALE – At first glance, water and land rights in the American West may seem to be straightforward concepts. Yet each area comes with a

Minimum wage change stirs concerns for jobs in county

By Pat Caldwell For the Malheur Enterprise Malheur County Commissioner Dan Joyce said he’s concerned about the short and long-term impacts of the state’s new minimum wage law locally. He