Help Wanted – February 21

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: To place a help wanted ad with the Malheur Enterprise, call us at 541-473-3377 or email info@malheurenterprise.com   IMMEDIATE HELP WANTED We are currently taking applications for

Legal Notices – February 21

NOTICE OF THE 83rd ANNUAL MEETING The 83rd Annual Meeting of Farmers Supply Cooperative, Inc. will be held at the Boulevard Grange Hall, 3890 Hwy 201, Ontario, Oregon, on Thursday,

Fund drive continues to bring journalism interns to rural Malheur County

Fund drive continues to bring journalism interns to rural Malheur County

  This summer, the Malheur Enterprise plans to bring on two college students as reporting interns and we need your help to do that. We’re in the middle of a

At Vale banquet, crowd bids and then applauds

At Vale banquet, crowd bids and then applauds

VALE — The spotlight was put community volunteers and business organizations Saturday night at the Vale Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet. The event, at Vale High School, drew about 100

College and union fail to reach agreement

College and union fail to reach agreement

The Enterprise An 18-hour bargaining session that lasted into the wee hours of Saturday failed to produce a labor deal between administrators and faculty at Treasure Valley Community College. Wide

Vale school district chooses contractor for new building

Vale school district chooses contractor for new building

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – District officials opened five envelopes last week, and chose a contractor to start building the new Vale Middle School. After voter approval

GALLERY: Burns at Nyssa girls basketball district title

GALLERY: Burns at Nyssa girls basketball district title

The Nyssa girls pull off the repeat, taking the district tournament title Friday night over Burns, 38-29. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)

Truck shortage stymies local onion industry

Truck shortage stymies local onion industry

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – A new federal rule, a booming economy and an aging workforce have conspired to create a shortage of trucks for local onion shippers.

Highway signs honor Medal of Honor recipients

Highway signs honor Medal of Honor recipients

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise Only a few strands of fact trail behind Nicholas Maher. He was born in Ohio in 1845 and died in Boise in 1916. His remains

Bennett keeps the focus on her community

Bennett keeps the focus on her community

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Janeille Bennett learned about helping when she was a child. Bennett often joined her mother in visits to local nursing homes or elderly