Cheatgrass helps fuel bigger fires

Cheatgrass helps fuel bigger fires

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise VALE — In recent years, fires are burning bigger and hotter in the Treasure Valley than decades past. According to the Vale District of the

Ontario’s new tax stirring opposition

Update: The Ontario City Council decided to push back the first reading of the sales tax ordinance to Sept. 19. Initially, the council planned to conduct the first reading of

Local BLM crews deployed across region to fight fires

Local BLM crews deployed across region to fight fires

The Enterprise VALE — With wildfires burning across Oregon, crews from the Vale District of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management have been deployed to help. BLM officials reported Tuesday

GALLERY: Nampa Christian at Vale volleyball

GALLERY: Nampa Christian at Vale volleyball

In a night of long points and exciting action, the Nampa Christian Trojans downed the Vale squad, 3-2.

Legal Notices – September 6

IRONSIDE RURAL ROAD DISTRICT MEETING The Ironside Rural Road District #5 has regular monthly meetings the second Tuesday of every month at the road shop building starting at 5 p.m.

Help Wanted – September 6

NOTE TO EMPLOYERS: To place a help wanted ad with the Malheur Enterprise, call us at 541-473-3377 or email info@malheurenterprise.com Help Wanted for Summer 2018 Swimming Pool Manager Swimming Pool

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)

Memorial golf tournament huge success

Memorial golf tournament huge success

By John L. Braese The Enterprise In the first year of adding David Bates to the name of the annual Vale golf tournament, organizer Tom Snook finally had to cap

Rail center board holds first meeting

Rail center board holds first meeting

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise ONTARIO – The seven people who will have a lot to say about Malheur County’s economic future met as a board for the first time

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