Grant helps county agency cut crime

Grant helps county agency cut crime

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – A state grant acquired by the county’s community corrections department continues a program that keeps non-violent criminal offenders out of prison and slashes

Police catch accused child abuser hiding in rural Idaho

Police catch accused child abuser hiding in rural Idaho

Several police agencies teamed up Tuesday to arrest Doug Villines on outstanding charges of sexually abusing a 10-year-old Nyssa girl.

EDITORIAL: Thanks, search volunteers, for answering the call

EDITORIAL: Thanks, search volunteers, for answering the call

Sometimes, it’s easy to take for granted what volunteers do for a community. Every one of them deserves appreciation, and that’s particularly true for members of the search and rescue

Detective to Nyssa fugitive: Turn yourself in

Detective to Nyssa fugitive: Turn yourself in

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise VALE — The lead detective investigating the attempted rape of a Nyssa girl took to social media on Saturday to urge the suspect to turn

Police continue hunt for Nyssa man accused of child sex crimes

Police continue hunt for Nyssa man accused of child sex crimes

The Enterprise VALE – Tips continue to flow into the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office on possible sightings of Douglas R. Villines, 42, wanted on charges of attempting to rape a

Police seek public’s help to find Nyssa man wanted for raping child

Police seek public’s help to find Nyssa man wanted for raping child

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise NYSSA – Police are asking the public’s help in finding a convicted child abuser who is wanted on new charges of attempting to rape a 10-year-old

Sheriff’s office confirms wolf kills

Sheriff’s office confirms wolf kills

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – For the first time in recent history, the Malheur County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed a wolf kill of six cattle. The cattle

Irrigation water on county roads will cost cash

Irrigation water on county roads will cost cash

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – With the irrigation season at an end, county officials have a warning for next year’s users: Watering a county road will cost