EDITORIAL: TVCC fate rests on avoiding damaging collision of management, labor

EDITORIAL: TVCC fate rests on avoiding damaging collision of management, labor

Negotiations have been dragging on for a year between administrators and the faculty union at Treasure Valley Community College. A new course is needed as tactics escalate.

Fund drive to bring journalism interns to Malheur County – you can help

Fund drive to bring journalism interns to Malheur County – you can help

  By Les Zaitz The Enterprise We need your help raising $10,000 in tax deductible donations by March 30 to fund at least two summer internships at the Malheur Enterprise.

Montwheeler prosecution hinges on new mental health findings

Montwheeler prosecution hinges on new mental health findings

By Jayme Fraser The Enterprise VALE – The aggravated murder trial of Anthony Montwheeler might be put on hold for as long as three years after the Oregon State Hospital

Former Vale Albertsons building may be another victim of 2017 winter

Former Vale Albertsons building may be another victim of 2017 winter

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – The effects of last winter’s snow and ice continue as one more building in Vale may fall victim to the wrecking ball.

New Vale chamber president focused on the community

New Vale chamber president focused on the community

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Heidi Fitzgerald believes community matters. That is why she is excited about her new position as the president of the Vale Chamber of

TVCC initiates cuts, trims programs as money woes continue

TVCC initiates cuts, trims programs as money woes continue

UPDATE: This story has been updated to reflect new information and comments from TVCC president Dana Young at 4:30 p.m. Friday. By John Braese and Pat Caldwell The Enterprise Treasure

EDITORIAL: Ontario city officials should act before May tax vote

EDITORIAL: Ontario city officials should act before May tax vote

Results of the recent vote on health insurance should give Ontario city officials pause about the future of their sales tax. The city says it is in serious financial trouble,

Teachers alerted to drugs in schools

Teachers alerted to drugs in schools

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – A 7-year-old not long ago brought something to a local school to share with classmates — marijuana.   The friends told and

Compassion key theme for county district attorney

Compassion key theme for county district attorney

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The case seemed cut and dried for Nyssa Police Chief Ray Rau. His officers had arrested 19-year-old Christian Ramirez, suspected of assaulting his

Ontario grad rate leaps

Ontario grad rate leaps

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – Seven seniors of Ontario High School gathered in a classroom to discuss the changes seen over their last four years of school.