Death of Malheur County man still under investigation

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – The investigation into the death of a local man at a mining site is still under investigation by the federal Mine Safety and

Updated weekend sports schedules

Updated weekend sports schedules

The smoke has caused havoc with high school sports schedules. Here is a rundown of what games have been cancelled and games moved. The Vale varsity football game originally scheduled

EDITORIAL: Eclipse advanced agencies’ ability to protect Malheur County

EDITORIAL: Eclipse advanced agencies’ ability to protect Malheur County

Malheur County was spared during the Great American Eclipse. In spots, traffic was congested but the county wasn’t overrun by people. No serious accidents blocked roads. No serious property damage,

Howard steps into interim post leading Vale Schools

VALE – James Howard knows something about building new schools and he’s bringing that experience to Vale as interim school superintendent. He accepted the nine-month job last Thursday. The Vale

GALLERY: Nampa Christian at Vale volleyball

GALLERY: Nampa Christian at Vale volleyball

In a night of long points and exciting action, the Nampa Christian Trojans downed the Vale squad, 3-2.

GALLERY: David Bates Memorial Golf Tournament

GALLERY: David Bates Memorial Golf Tournament

20 teams took to the course at Country View Golf Course to take part in the David Bates Memorial Golf Tournament. Proceeds from the tournament go towards the football and

GALLERY: Splash and Dash

GALLERY: Splash and Dash

The cross country season is off and running as Vale High School hosted the Splash and Dash Thursday, Aug. 24. Making the run was Nyssa, Parma, Burns, Baker and the

GALLERY: Eclipse

GALLERY: Eclipse

Join the Malheur Enterprise and the students from around the county for eclipse day. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese and Pat Caldwell)

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

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