As pandemic deepens in Malheur County, the Enterprise will dig for facts and context

Les Zaitz, publisher and editor of the Malheur Enterprise. (Kezia Setyawan/The Enterprise)

At the Malheur Enterprise, we’re determined to help the community work its way through the pandemic.

Let me explain our approach.

For the moment, the coronavirus is the story of the day. Not a life in Malheur County is left untouched by the pandemic.

We also know you are eyeball deep in information, coming at you from a hundred sources. And we well understand the challenge of that information: Is it true?

As we have in the past months and in the months going forward, we’ll do our best to help untangle fact from fiction.

Here’s what to expect from your award-winning team at the. Enterprise.

We’ll focus on helping the . . .