Malheur Enterprise wins national funding for expanded investigative reporting work

Malheur Enterprise wins national funding for expanded investigative reporting work

The Malheur Enterprise is one of seven news outlets picked from across the U.S. to take part in a program to expand local investigative reporting. In the next year, the

COLUMN: Reader trust is most important asset of the Enterprise

COLUMN: Reader trust is most important asset of the Enterprise

As I stepped to the microphone last week, I looked into the faces of editors and publishers awaiting my speech. Microphones don’t make me nervous, but I admit to being

EDITORIAL: High-flying feds could use Malheur County gut  check

EDITORIAL: High-flying feds could use Malheur County gut check

Some in public service tend to spend government money as if it’s Monopoly money. High-flying federal officials chartering private jets to flit about the country are in that category. They

COLUMN: Hey, Malheur County, let’s hear your thoughts about future of news

COLUMN: Hey, Malheur County, let’s hear your thoughts about future of news

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise The task won’t be hard – just listening. But the results could greatly affect what you know about Malheur County. Starting this week, I’m gathering

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

Governor puts publisher of Malheur Enterprise on new state records body

Governor puts publisher of Malheur Enterprise on new state records body

The Enterprise Gov. Kate Brown has appointed the publisher of the Malheur Enterprise to a new state council dealing with public records. Les Zaitz, who also serves as editor of