China opens door to Malheur beef

China opens door to Malheur beef

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — A new trade pact inked earlier this month could help ranchers in Malheur County and across the nation. For the first time in

Jordan Valley’s Big Loop opens rodeo season

Jordan Valley’s Big Loop opens rodeo season

By John L. Braese The Enterprise JORDAN VALLEY – Although some claim the rodeo season begins with the Riggins Rodeo held a couple weeks earlier in Idaho, real fans of

Nyssa water project moves ahead

Nyssa water project moves ahead

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — The city’s project to build a new water treatment facility is half done and officials are now waiting for a series of new

Money in state plan for shipping center will help Malheur County agriculture

Money in state plan for shipping center will help Malheur County agriculture

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — Malheur County would get a major new rail facility to ship local products under a transportation package under debate at the Oregon Legislature.

Trump denies disaster funding for Malheur County

Trump denies disaster funding for Malheur County

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise President Trump has decided Malheur County and nine other Oregon counties don’t need federal help to recover from the winter’s devastating storms, according to the

Next step in Montwheeler case hinges on signature

Next step in Montwheeler case hinges on signature

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The effort to secure a new psychiatric examination for Anthony W. Montwheeler, 49, now hinges on a signature from a judge. Malheur County

Petersen steps into ordinance officer slot in Nyssa

Petersen steps into ordinance officer slot in Nyssa

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – Colin Petersen’s gig as the new Nyssa city ordinance officer may be a part-time job but he puts a full-time focus on his

Two onion firms make jump from Malheur County to Idaho

Two onion firms make jump from Malheur County to Idaho

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – For Shay Myers, word of House Bill 2193 was the tipping point for his firm. It also proved to be one of the

Nyssa students step up to help out

Nyssa students step up to help out

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — When members of the Nyssa FFA chapter heard vandals struck the Vale FFA greenhouse, they didn’t hesitate. They decided to step up and

Wet spring hampers Malheur County planting campaign

Wet spring hampers Malheur County planting campaign

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Every growing season is a gamble but this year the odds may be even worse for area farmers as wet weather and the