SPECIAL REPORT: Ontario tax approval built on outdated crime claims

SPECIAL REPORT: Ontario tax approval built on outdated crime claims

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise ONTARIO – Ontario city officials have overlooked a five-year drop in crime while they seek millions in new taxes they say are needed to protect

GALLERY: Vale Hall of Fame inducts three

GALLERY: Vale Hall of Fame inducts three

The Vale High School Alumni Association on Saturday, Oct. 28, inducted into the Vale Hall of Fame Merle Saunders, long-time automotive teacher at Vale High School, Dave Wilcox, a Vale

COLD CASE: Persistent detectives, unusual use of DNA solve Ontario rape

COLD CASE: Persistent detectives, unusual use of DNA solve Ontario rape

ONTARIO – Under a gray October sky, Oregon State Police Detective Damian Acosta drove south toward Klamath Falls and a rendezvous with justice. Some six hours and 360 miles away

COLUMN: Reader trust is most important asset of the Enterprise

COLUMN: Reader trust is most important asset of the Enterprise

As I stepped to the microphone last week, I looked into the faces of editors and publishers awaiting my speech. Microphones don’t make me nervous, but I admit to being

EDITORIAL: Malheur County’s punt to governor warrants new try

EDITORIAL: Malheur County’s punt to governor warrants new try

No other area of the state has what Malheur County has – special privilege to recommend changes to state law and policies that impede economic development. The eyes of the

EDITORIAL: High-flying feds could use Malheur County gut  check

EDITORIAL: High-flying feds could use Malheur County gut check

Some in public service tend to spend government money as if it’s Monopoly money. High-flying federal officials chartering private jets to flit about the country are in that category. They

EDITORIAL: TVCC grant opens door for local economic innovation

EDITORIAL: TVCC grant opens door for local economic innovation

Christmas has come early for Treasure Valley Community College, which just learned it’s getting $3 million to bolster its ability to train labor and strengthen business. This is the latest

COLUMN: Hey, Malheur County, let’s hear your thoughts about future of news

COLUMN: Hey, Malheur County, let’s hear your thoughts about future of news

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise The task won’t be hard – just listening. But the results could greatly affect what you know about Malheur County. Starting this week, I’m gathering

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2017 Who’s Who in Business

2017 Who’s Who in Business

Allegis Finanical Partners 541.372.5716 Andrews Seed Company 541.889.9109 andrewsseed.com Atkinson Dental 541.471.9166 jatkinsondental.com The Beauty Shoppe 541.889.5549 Blackaby Insurance 541.889.8693 blackabyinsurance.com Campbell Tractor Co., Inc. 208.452.2808 campbelltractor.com CenterPoint Learning Solutions

EDITORIAL: Malheur County’s ‘Dreamers’ need sense of security from Washington

EDITORIAL: Malheur County’s ‘Dreamers’ need sense of security from Washington

The gasps, if any, were muffled in Malheur County last week among those known as “Dreamers.” Word that President Trump was ending a special immigration program for children certainly touches