Uncategorized Barber poles go dark, chairs empty in mandated shutdown by Malheur Enterprise on April 4, 2020 Malheur Enterprise Author More in : Oregon governor candidates debate education, housing, abortion in Bend September 28, 2022 Region honor goes to Nyssa teacher who makes science fun September 28, 2022 COMING UP: It’s time for the Color run, a concert, more in Malheur County September 28, 2022 Danny Moore, owner of the Plaza Barber Shop in Ontario, gives Lowell Davis of Fruitland a haircut. Moore’s business is currently closed due to state orders. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell) NOTE: The Enterprise is providing free access to its content related to the coronavirus as a community service. You have reached content available exclusively to Malheur Enterprise digital subscribers. Receive a 3-day free trial of unlimited digital access. Already a subscriber? Login here.