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

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

GALLERY: Boy Scouts Day Camp

GALLERY: Boy Scouts Day Camp

Over 45 youth representing Ontario, Nyssa, Weiser, Vale, Payette, Adrian and Fruitland gathered at Cow Hollow Park on Saturday for the Boy Scouts Trails to First Class Day Camp. In

Plenty of fun found at Malheur County Fair

Plenty of fun found at Malheur County Fair

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO — She is still counting the total number of attendees but Malheur County Fair Manager Lynelle Christiani already knows one thing: The 2017 fair

Eldorado may come to life again thanks to eclipse

Eldorado may come to life again thanks to eclipse

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise A total solar eclipse hits Malheur County about every 375 years, making Monday’s event a once-in-a-lifetime experience to catch. To milk every second of that

Are big crowds heading for Malheur County to observe eclipse? Maybe

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise ONTARIO – Oregon officials still forecast one million people could come to the state to watch Monday’s eclipse but there are signs the crowds won’t

Judge to decide fate of seized dogs

Judge to decide fate of seized dogs

By Les Zaitz The Enterprise The fate of Yorkies, Scottish terriers and other dogs housed in a Malheur County shelter may be decided in an Idaho courtroom next week. Ani-Care

Rail board draws big interest

Rail board draws big interest

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE — Malheur County’s economic development director is recommending the county create a new public corporation to manage the proposed $26 million rail shipping center.

Local Chukars named to honors list

Local Chukars named to honors list

The Enterprise ONTARIO – Treasure Valley Community College has released students obtaining honors status for the recently completed spring quarter. Those making the listing for Honor Roll (3.50-3.74 grade point)

Show features Nyssa artist

Show features Nyssa artist

An exhibit of Nyssa resident Crystal Rodriguez’ artwork will open Friday, April 8, at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario. The opening event will be from 6 to 8