As the Vale baseball team takes to the field for its first week or practice, many of the faces are new to the coaching staff. Last spring’s graduation saw many
About 400 people packed the Vale High School gym March 3 for a wide-ranging town hall that touched on rural concerns and federal overreach, with a call for respect and
The Adrian girls basketball team wrapped up their season with a sixth-place finish during the Oregon School Activities Association’s 1A basketball tournament in Baker. The Lopes opened state play on
Last week’s town hall meeting, put on by Sheriff Brian Wolfe, was notable for its strong turnout – 400 folks would be a good crowd in a much larger community.
Since 1936, Rusty Girvin has lived and farmed in the Vale area – taking some time away from the area to serve in World War II, for three years and
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
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 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, 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
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