Onion yields may be down for 2017 harvest campaign

Onion yields may be down for 2017 harvest campaign

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – More acres of onions are in the ground this year and the crop appears to be good in terms of quality but yields

Governor signs historic legislation

Governor signs historic legislation

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – In her visit last winter to Malheur County, Gov. Kate Brown promised to help as she toured buildings destroyed by the winter.

Yorkshire, Scottish terriers ready for adoption

Yorkshire, Scottish terriers ready for adoption

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – The 43 Yorkies, Scottish terriers and other dogs currently at the Ani-Care Animal Shelter south of Ontario are legally ready to be

Lightning sparks two range fires

Lightning sparks two range fires

The Enterprise VALE — Lightning sparked two new range fires Wednesday night, one near Vale and the other blaze near Jordan Valley. The 1,430 Overlook Fire is burning 21 miles

EDITORIAL: Governor should clear path to Montwheeler accountability

EDITORIAL: Governor should clear path to Montwheeler accountability

Gov. Kate Brown shouldn’t force a widow with five children to slug her way through a lengthy lawsuit to learn the truth about her husband’s death. And that same fate

Farm to School will continue

Farm to School will continue

By Mitchell Willetts The Enterprise A statewide program encouraging schools to buy food from Oregon farmers and producers was recently saved in the Legislature, allocating $4.5 million to participating schools,

Governor Brown starts five-city tour in Ontario

Governor Brown starts five-city tour in Ontario

(Salem, OR) — Governor Kate Brown will visit Ontario, Bend, Medford, Eugene, and Portland next week to ceremonially sign House Bill 2017 and celebrate the passage of Oregon’s landmark transportation

Onion day draws interest from around the world

Onion day draws interest from around the world

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — A seemingly inconspicuous event in Malheur County this week attracts visitors and industry experts from around the world. The Malheur Experiment Station’s Onion

Eclipse event larger than hype

Eclipse event larger than hype

By Pat Caldwell and John L. Braese The Enterprise The solar eclipse lived up to its promised awesomeness Monday, wowing thousands in Malheur County who watched without the company of

Collapse of Malheur County grain firm leaves farmers out in the cold

Collapse of Malheur County grain firm leaves farmers out in the cold Popular

By John Braese and Pat Caldwell The Enterprise NYSSA – Snow crushed buildings at Farmers Grain in January but the company at the time was under a far more threatening