Foreclosure looms for some Malheur County residents

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The clock is ticking for 16 property owners in Malheur County who have unpaid property taxes. County Treasurer Jennifer Forsyth has announced intentions

Crews corralling wildfire south of Harper

Crews corralling wildfire south of Harper

The Enterprise HARPER — Fire crews expected to contain by Saturday night a wildfire burning 24 miles southwest of Harper, according to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. The Hard

Walk with me

Walk with me

The community came together this morning to show support for Darren Belnap, a 9-year old Vale boy living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder while also teaching others about life with

EDITORIAL: Eclipse advanced agencies’ ability to protect Malheur County

EDITORIAL: Eclipse advanced agencies’ ability to protect Malheur County

Malheur County was spared during the Great American Eclipse. In spots, traffic was congested but the county wasn’t overrun by people. No serious accidents blocked roads. No serious property damage,

COLUMN: New arena opens to protect your access to government information

COLUMN: New arena opens to protect your access to government information

The phrase “public records” isn’t exactly a great conversation starter at the coffee shop. People don’t grab chairs or scoot up closer to hear more. They suddenly get real busy

GALLERY: Baker at Nyssa football

GALLERY: Baker at Nyssa football

The Nyssa Bulldogs start off the season with a 33-6 victory over Baker. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)

Onion yields may be down for 2017 harvest campaign

Onion yields may be down for 2017 harvest campaign

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – More acres of onions are in the ground this year and the crop appears to be good in terms of quality but yields

EDITORIAL: Effort needed to replace Nyssa’s failed Farmers Grain

EDITORIAL: Effort needed to replace Nyssa’s failed Farmers Grain Popular

Just when Malheur County’s economy looks promising, local industry is reeling from the collapse of Farmers Grain. Business and government leaders should build something new from the rubble. Farmers Grain

Governor puts publisher of Malheur Enterprise on new state records body

Governor puts publisher of Malheur Enterprise on new state records body

The Enterprise Gov. Kate Brown has appointed the publisher of the Malheur Enterprise to a new state council dealing with public records. Les Zaitz, who also serves as editor of

EDITORIAL: Governor should clear path to Montwheeler accountability

EDITORIAL: Governor should clear path to Montwheeler accountability

Gov. Kate Brown shouldn’t force a widow with five children to slug her way through a lengthy lawsuit to learn the truth about her husband’s death. And that same fate