Calico, Paramount in merger deal

By Pat Caldwell For the Enterprise VALE – There will be little change for a potential local gold mining operation in the wake of a merger between two mineral resource

New home for nursery

New home for nursery

The modest Ontario house that holds the Treasure Valley Children’s Relief Nursery is crammed, and that’s no exaggeration, with signs of learning and love. In one room, boxes of teaching

Viking girls top Parma in softball

Viking girls top Parma in softball

The Enterprise The Vale Viking softball team split a pair of games last week, falling to a state-champion Homedale squad but defeating Parma in a home contest two days later.

Lenny Dean Cheyney

Lenny was born in Glascow, Montana on July 10, 1961 to Bill and Mary Ann. They had five children: Anita, Ralph, Ronda and Darla. They all grew up in the

Death notices

Masa Nishihara, 98, of Nyssa, died March 14, 2016 at a local care center. Arrangements by Lienkaemper Chapel, Nyssa. Condolences to the family at Esther M. Viaene, 97, of

Beef, chicken and a good cause are on the menu

An unfortunate situation 400 miles away at the coast has some folks a little misty-eyed about the menu for the coming Vale Fire and Ambulance fundraiser dinner. Yes, the traditional

Shhh… Secret’s in the sauce

On the Edge of Common Sense By Baxter Black, DVM Sometimes it is embarrassing when your friends catch that entrepreneurial spirit. How many times have you gently tried to tell

Fire protection loses out in wilderness ‘land grab’

To the Editor: The proposed wilderness area in Oregon’s Malheur County, if designated, will lead to the destruction of the very landscape some wish to protect. Oregon Natural Desert Association

Show features Nyssa artist

Show features Nyssa artist

An exhibit of Nyssa resident Crystal Rodriguez’ artwork will open Friday, April 8, at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario. The opening event will be from 6 to 8