Russian mining firm tied to Clinton had presence in county

Russian mining firm tied to Clinton had presence in county

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise VALE – A mining company now controlled by Russians once operated in the remote reaches of Malheur County and now is at the center of

Ontario officials to review plan to help homeless

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – An idea to help the homeless in Ontario through a large grant is gaining momentum but at one elected official believes the city

Montwheeler trial set for 2019

Montwheeler trial set for 2019

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Tony Montwheeler, accused in two murders in Malheur County, has been scheduled for trial nearly two years from now. Montwheeler is accused of

Foster parent group seeks gifts for children

Foster parent group seeks gifts for children

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise The 5-year-old girl in foster care would like for Christmas a stuffed dog and “dress up” shoes. A 2-year-old boy, “such a happy little guy”

Local police work to arrest drug traffickers

Local police work to arrest drug traffickers

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – Methamphetamine continues to be the most abused illegal drug in Malheur County but heroin is returning. That was the main takeaway from area

Malheur County beets sweeten the country

Malheur County beets sweeten the country

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NAMPA – The sugar that ends up on the shelves of many local grocery stores begins as a tiny seed that looks like a goat

EDITORIAL: Local small businesses would love to see you Saturday

EDITORIAL: Local small businesses would love to see you Saturday

The starting gun of the holiday shopping season has already started. For more and more people, that means a dash to the computer instead of downtown. Consider as you plan

Hey, Malheur County, you’re growing

Hey, Malheur County, you’re growing

The Enterprise Malheur County is getting just a little more crowded, based on the latest population estimates. The county added 140 people in the past year, with Portland State University’s

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

A man for all seasons

A man for all seasons

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA — It is a plain white piece of folded paper that displays lines of names. Next to the names are dates marking the birthdays