EDITORIAL: Governor should step in again, this time ordering investigation

Gov. Kate Brown did the public a service by clipping a state agency’s effort to thwart records disclosure by suing. Now, she needs to hold accountable the state Psychiatric Security

Maret pledge: wise city spending

Maret pledge: wise city spending

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — When Jim Maret walked into Nyssa City Hall last week to start his first day as city manager, he realized that life had

DEADLY DECISIONS: State records show doctors early on suspected Montwheeler was faking illness

DEADLY DECISIONS: State records show doctors early on suspected Montwheeler was faking illness

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise State doctors suspected nearly 20 years ago that Anthony W. Montwheeler was feigning mental illness to avoid prison, newly disclosed records show. The records, a

DEADLY DECISIONS: How other media covered the Enterprise’s public records case, awards received

THIS ENTRY IS UPDATED FROM TIME TOTIME The Enterprise The efforts of the Malheur Enterprise to pry loose state documents regarding Anthony Montwheeler attracted plenty of attention from other media

EXCLUSIVE: Governor intercedes to get lawsuit dropped, Montwheeler records released

UPDATE: Full text of governor’s statement added below. The Enterprise Under pressure from Gov. Kate Brown, a state agency Tuesday dropped its lawsuit against the Malheur Enterprise and will turn

Editor’s Note: Help us defend your right to government information

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise We’re going to defend ourselves and your right to government information but we need your help. The Oregon Psychiatric Security Review Board sued the Malheur

Public Notices – March 29, 2017 issue

Notice to Interested Persons In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Malheur In the Matter of the Estate of David W. Morris               Case

DEADLY DECISIONS: State agency sues Enterprise to block release of Montwheeler records

The Enterprise The state Psychiatric Security Review Board sued the Malheur Enterprise and publisher Les Zaitz to prevent disclosure of the records concerning its management of Anthony W. Montwheeler. Montwheeler,

DEADLY DECISIONS: Family of Montwheeler’s ex-wife responds

The Enterprise The family of Annita Harmon, who was stabbed to death in the Montwheeler incident, responded Wednesday in a written statement to the Malheur Enterprise’s report on Anthony W.

DEADLY DECISION: State agency refuses AG order to turn over Montwheeler records

DEADLY DECISION: State agency refuses AG order to turn over Montwheeler records

The Enterprise The state Psychiatric Security Review Board is defying a state order that it release public records to the Malheur Enterprise and intends to sue the weekly newspaper to