Montwheeler trial set for 2019

Montwheeler trial set for 2019

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Tony Montwheeler, accused in two murders in Malheur County, has been scheduled for trial nearly two years from now. Montwheeler is accused of

Malheur Enterprise wins national funding for expanded investigative reporting work

Malheur Enterprise wins national funding for expanded investigative reporting work

The Malheur Enterprise is one of seven news outlets picked from across the U.S. to take part in a program to expand local investigative reporting. In the next year, the

Thanksgiving meals available in Ontario, Vale and Nyssa

Thanksgiving meals available in Ontario, Vale and Nyssa

The Enterprise VALE – Nyssa, Ontario and Vale will have places Thanksgiving Day for those looking for a warm meal, friendly faces and a free holiday meal. In Ontario, the

EDITORIAL: Local small businesses would love to see you Saturday

EDITORIAL: Local small businesses would love to see you Saturday

The starting gun of the holiday shopping season has already started. For more and more people, that means a dash to the computer instead of downtown. Consider as you plan

GALLERY: Festival of Trees 2017

GALLERY: Festival of Trees 2017

With Santa present, kids of all ages took over the Festival of Trees today. Benefiting Help Them to Hope and Meals on Wheels, the event continues today until 7 p.m.

Hey, Malheur County, you’re growing

Hey, Malheur County, you’re growing

The Enterprise Malheur County is getting just a little more crowded, based on the latest population estimates. The county added 140 people in the past year, with Portland State University’s

County homeless population grows

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – The homeless come to Angie Uptmor every day for help. Sometimes they arrive alone at the Community in Action building at 915 S.W.

COLUMN: Ontario city officials don’t care for a watchdog in their house

COLUMN: Ontario city officials don’t care for a watchdog in their house

By Les Zaitz The findings in our reporting were surprising. With all the debate on the Ontario sales tax, we wanted to learn about the financial crisis city officials cited

A man for all seasons

A man for all seasons

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — It is a plain white piece of folded paper that displays lines of names. Next to the names are dates marking the birthdays

COLUMN: Gala at TVCC a good way to while away an evening

COLUMN: Gala at TVCC a good way to while away an evening

ONTARIO – The first item up for live auction Friday night at Treasure Valley Community College’s Foundation Gala caught my attention. For sale, so to speak, was a work party