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
As Halloween approaches, make sure to take a trip to downtown Nyssa and see the collection of scarecrows. The event is sponsored by the Nyssa Chamber of Commerce. (The Enterprise/John
Future Bulldogs, Tigers and Vikings took to the field on Saturday for youth football in Vale.
Playing for county supremacy, the Tigers downed the Bulldogs 3-0 in volleyball action Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Defense ruled the day as Umatilla and Nyssa ended the match in a 0-0 tie. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese)
The Vale volleyball team continued to roll through the Eastern Oregon League with a 3-0 victory over the Bulldogs on Thursday, Oct. 5.
Runners from Ontario, Nyssa, Vale and Adrian joined Weiser, Payette and Middleton on Thursday, Oct. 5 at the Crosby Invitational on the campus of Treasure Valley Community College.
By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – For a boy playing football in the backyard with friends, the dream is the same: The score is tied, the clock is
By John L. Braese The Enterprise NYSSA – Last season, Nyssa’s Olivia Page was a freshman on the Bulldog cross country team. In her first state meet, Page cracked the