Malheur Enterprise staff wins top state journalism honors

The Enterprise

The Malheur Enterprise last week won 10 awards from the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association for journalism it published last year. That included finishing in first place in four categories in competition against other weekly newspapers in the state.

Reporter John L. Braese’s coverage of a fleeing suspect who got stuck in a badger hole earned him first place in spot news coverage. He also won first place in business coverage for his report on a Canadian firm’s scouting of Vale as a site for a new mushroom plant.

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