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Malheur County, help keep the Enterprise delivering powerful journalism

The playground equipment at Wadleigh Park in Vale is taped off to stem the spread of contamination. (Yadira Lopez/The Enterprise)

By some accounts, the economy is going to rebound slowly even if business and society start opening up as soon as next month.

We hope to be around to help that recovery, and you have a lot to say about that.

The Malheur Enterprise is a family owned business, like so many companies around Malheur County. We aren’t part of some deep-pocketed corporate structure. We don’t live off stock sales and corporate bonds.

The Enterprise exists because of the people of Malheur County and elsewhere, and we’ve been especially mindful of that during this current crisis.

Now, more than ever, the Enterprise is counting on community support so . . .