Ex-Vale resident endures Hurricane Harvey

Ex-Vale resident endures Hurricane Harvey

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Terry Coon admits she and her daughter were lucky. Coon, who was born and raised in Vale, lives in west Houston. While she

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

Local BLM crews deployed across region to fight fires

Local BLM crews deployed across region to fight fires

The Enterprise VALE — With wildfires burning across Oregon, crews from the Vale District of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management have been deployed to help. BLM officials reported Tuesday

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

Background check plan sparks debate

Background check plan sparks debate

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE – The three largest school districts in the county apparently disagree over the definition of the word “volunteer” for purposes of entry into

Plenty of area venues open to watch eclipse

Plenty of area venues open to watch eclipse

By John L. Braese The Enterprise VALE — Still don’t have plans for Monday’s eclipse? Here are some ideas. In Ontario, those looking for a little shopping prior to the

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