It’s about access and economics

By Keith Baltzor To the Enterprise Oregon Natural Desert Association, Keen Footwear and other supporters are proposing a National Conservation Area (Monument) for 2,579,032 acres of land entirely within Malheur

Death notices

Virginia Cleaver Seburn, 91, of Nyssa died February 29, 2016 at her home. Arrangements by Lienkaemper Chapel, Nyssa. Condolences to the family may be sent to www.lienkaemper-thomason.com. Malinda Burdic, 95,

Donald Curtis

Donald Curtis passed on February 29, 2106. He is survived by his wife Freda (Simmons) Curtis and children Jeffery D. Curtis of Vale, Deborah K. Trouten of Kuna, Donald K.

Ernest (Ernie) W. Van Matre

Ernest (Ernie) W. Van Matre, 76, of Ontario Oregon passed away Thursday, March 3, 2016, in a local hospital. Ernie was born November 7, 1939, in Ontario, Oregon, the son

Nyssa’s chief sees calls rise

By John L. Braese The Enterprise Calls to law enforcement in Nyssa rose by 1,133 calls in 2015 over 2014, according to Nyssa Police Chief Raymond Rau. The chief released

Bulldogs grab second straight state title

Bulldogs grab second straight state title

For the second consecutive year and the 12th time in the school’s history, the Nyssa wrestling team is the state’s 3A team champions. The Bulldogs put up a total of

Antelopes advance with win over Pirates

Antelopes advance with win over Pirates

By John L. Braese The Enterprise After claiming the 1A-8 High Desert League title, the Adrian girls basketball team picked up the bye and sat through round one of the

Bulldogs downed by Vikings

By John L. Braese The Enterprise The Nyssa boys basketball team made a quick exit from the state playoff picture, falling to the Colton Vikings 63-42 on Saturday, Feb. 27,

Woman gets 12 years in abuse case

By John L. Braese The Enterprise A former Vale resident will be incarcerated for at least 12 years after she and her husband were sentenced recently in Idaho for sexually

Ready, aim… tranquilize!

On the Edge of Common Sense By Baxter Black, DVM Unless you’re a tiger trimmer in Tanganyika, the tranquilizer gun has not lived up to its potential. During its preliminary