Popular Vale diner up for sale

Popular Vale diner up for sale

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – It was the traffic that did it. As 2005 drew to a close, Tracy Landreth realized she was spending a quarter of her

Bill to remedy border woes will get public input

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — Malheur County residents can testify next week to a state legislative committee taking up a proposal to help the local economy. A video

Still time to file, deadline is today

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – Time is quickly ticking away for those wishing to help out their community by serving on one of the many elected positions.

Town hall meeting set to address future of Treasure Valley Community College

Town hall meeting set to address future of Treasure Valley Community College

The Enterprise Residents, business leaders and students will gather Thursday to discuss the future of Treasure Valley Community College at a public Town Hall. The Town Hall, conducted by the

Arock mom looking for her heroes

Angie Spencer recuperates with the aid of daughter Jadin after an accident outside of Jordan Valley last week. (Submitted photo) By John L. Braese The Enterprise JORDAN VALLEY – Angie

Teamwork is key for Nyssa dentist

Teamwork is key for Nyssa dentist

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – For Ruston Munk, the search for success is based on a simple formula. “We just do our thing and try our best to

Malheur County residents sound off on Trump

Malheur County residents sound off on Trump

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Local supporters of President Trump like what he’s doing so far but they have one bit of advice for him: Stay off social

Vale man a dastardly dude on stage

Tom Hathaway, alias I. W. Swindle, is surrounded by a bevy of beauties in Glitter Gulch Saloon. Hathaway and his counterparts take to the stage Friday night in Weiser. (Submitted

Claims continue to roll in on Malheur County damage

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – More than 400 individual insurance claims have been filed in Malheur County in the wake of winter storms that barged over the area

Malheur County Fair moving forward with plans

Several fair buildings gave way to heavy snow in January. (Enterprise file photo) By John L. Braese The Enterprise As youngsters across the county start the process of weighing in