Cordeniz bids goodbye to Lifeways CEO slot

Cordeniz bids goodbye to Lifeways CEO slot

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – Judy Cordeniz was pretty sure she wanted to become a nurse. There was only one problem. She couldn’t stand the sight of blood.

Ontario leaders assert dust-up over rail facility was a ‘misunderstanding’

Ontario leaders assert dust-up over rail facility was a ‘misunderstanding’

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – As soon as Cliff Bentz saw the seemingly explosive email last week, he picked up the phone. Bentz, an Ontario attorney who represents

New board will tackle economic development

New board will tackle economic development

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise A new state board will soon get to work figuring how to make Malheur County more competitive against less-regulated businesses and developments across the river

Local leaders pick top stories for 2017

Local leaders pick top stories for 2017

The Enterprise The Malheur Enterprise asked leaders around Malheur County about their picks for top news story of the year, the biggest news for their own organizations, and what goals

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

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”

Voters will get final say on Ontario sales tax

Voters will get final say on Ontario sales tax

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — The fate of Ontario’s sales tax will be decided by voters next May. Last week sales tax opponents delivered the last of 1,500

Scary sights in store at local farm

Scary sights in store at local farm

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – Tuba players will turn into zombies. Flutists will be witches. Drum majors will die and return to life while the wind section

Ontario man focuses on diversity

Ontario man focuses on diversity

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – For Gustavo Morales, helping his community isn’t just a nice catch phrase. It’s a way of life. His devotion to helping bridging cultures

Officials seek a boost in use of fairgrounds

Officials seek a boost in use of fairgrounds

By John L. Braese The Enterprise ONTARIO – The use of the county’s fairgrounds has grown, but the fair is still considering how to bring people in aside from fair