New librarian hits the books in Vale

New librarian hits the books in Vale

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – You might call it a perfect match. Morgan Quintero realized her love of libraries when she was a child. Her affection manifested itself

Nyssa officials happy with rail shipping center decision

Nyssa officials happy with rail shipping center decision

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – When Doug Dewar moved to Nyssa 25 years ago, it seemed to be a sleepy part of Malheur County. Locals helped him move

Nyssa site picked for new rail shipping center

Nyssa site picked for new rail shipping center

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – A site just outside Nyssa has been selected as the location for a major rail shipping center that is expected to transform the

Nyssa city manager keeps the focus on the future

Nyssa city manager keeps the focus on the future

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – Nyssa City Manager Jim Maret is a man focused on a mission: Keep Nyssa moving into the future and help it thrive. Right

Scary sights in store at local farm

Scary sights in store at local farm

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – Tuba players will turn into zombies. Flutists will be witches. Drum majors will die and return to life while the wind section

Nyssa middle school project moves ahead

Nyssa middle school project moves ahead

By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – Principal Luke Cleaver had confident news last week about the expansion of Nyssa Middle School. “We are on budget and on schedule,”

Officials seek a boost in use of fairgrounds

Officials seek a boost in use of fairgrounds

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – The use of the county’s fairgrounds has grown, but the fair is still considering how to bring people in aside from fair

Group moves ahead on sales tax fight

Group moves ahead on sales tax fight

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — He walked into the room holding a margarita in one hand and a stack of petitions in the other but Dan Lopez was

New cell phone law hits Oct. 1

New cell phone law hits Oct. 1

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — No one needs to tell Oregon State Police Lt. Mark Duncan how dangerous it is to use a cell phone on the road.

Malheur Enterprise recognized with prestigious award

Malheur Enterprise recognized with prestigious award

The Enterprise The Malheur Enterprise has won a national award for its tenacious reporting and pursuit of public records in the Anthony Montwheeler case. The University of Nevada’s Reynolds School