Malheur Enterprise launches new website to deliver more news faster, adds digital subscriptions

Reporter John L. Braese works on a story for the Malheur Enterprise.

We have big news of our own this week at the Malheur Enterprise.

We’re rolling out a complete makeover of our online service, our website at malheurenterprise.com.

New designs for websites often represent little more than moving pieces around.

In our case, we junked the pieces and started over. What you see this week is the result of months of work to provide what we think is a revolutionary approach to local news.

For you, that means news easier to read – and more of it.

Since taking over the Enterprise, I’ve considered our Vale operation a journalism laboratory. I have wanted to test ideas about the local appetite for trusted and accurate news. I wanted to test ideas about how . . .