Malheur Enterprise cited for Oregon’s “Best Story of the Year”

VALE – The Malheur Enterprise was cited for “pure journalistic excellence” when a report on Anthony Montwheeler was named the state’s “Best Story of the Year” by the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association.

The investigative report – “Deadly Decisions” – revealed Montwheeler’s history as a man treated for 20 years as criminally insane but released by state officials after he asserted he had been faking his mental illness. Montwheeler was subsequently charged . . .

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