Ontario looking at gravelling

Ontario looking at gravelling

By John L. Braese The Enterprise A group is looking into using Malheur County’s seemingly endless network of roads to economic advantage by bringing in bike riders who like gravel.

Vale puts up 50 runs in double header

Vale puts up 50 runs in double header

By John L. Braese The Enterprise The Vale Vikings went on a scoring spree last week with 50 runs in two games while posting its first league win of the

Country View endures winter

Country View endures winter

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Like many onion packaging owners, Scott McKinney saw the winter storms bring enough snow to destroy a shed and trigger a call to the

Hard winter hurts race numbers

Hard winter hurts race numbers

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ADRIAN – The snowy, cold winter cut runner numbers as the Owyhee Off-Road Challenge took to the hills outside of Adrian on Saturday. “People

With the snow gone, the Ice Breaker was on

With the snow gone, the Ice Breaker was on

Ontario’s Logan Davila takes the hurdle during the running of the 110-meter event. Davila went on to win the event with a time of 16.52 seconds. (The Malheur Enterprise/John L.

Senior wrestlers led the Nyssa Bulldogs

Senior wrestlers led the Nyssa Bulldogs

Heath Hartley picked up his fourth state championship at the recent state tournament. Hartley is forgoing a collegiate wrestling career for a trip to Bolivia for his church. (Photo special

Jordan Valley boys grab 5th in state tourney

The Mustang boys celebrate with their new state trophy. (Submitted photo) By John L. Braese The Enterprise BAKER – After claiming the High Desert League title and a first round

Bulldogs roll through district tournament

Bulldogs roll through district tournament

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – Nyssa High School will need to take a large bus when it heads to the 3A state wrestling tournament in Portland on

Viking errors result in first loss

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – At the outset of the Vale-Homedale football game last Friday, it looked as if neither team would be able to score. At

Focused on the future

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise VALE – During key stretches of the 2016 season, the Vale High School softball team showcased a high-octane offense that could roll over opposing teams.