Editorial Feb. 23
'Thoughts and prayers' no defense against school shootings
The awful shooting in Florida shouldn't fade from memory soon. Teens across the country are giving voice to the sentiment: Enough.
Police Feb. 22
Nyssa police, school leaders react quickly to tip about violence
A student alerts authorities when he thinks he hears a fellow student threatening a shooting. Officials took the notice seriously.
Business Feb. 22
Malheur Federal Credit Union upgrades its Vale branch
The credit union's in-store branch at Logan's Market is lighter and more open. An open house is set for Tuesday to show it off.
Community Feb. 22
Labor talks at Treasure Valley Community College stall, no deal in sight
The long-running negotiations for a new pay contract for college instructors are expected to go on. College officials say they need to cut costs to keep the college viable.
Column Feb. 22
Adrian's Gene Mills remembered for his care of kids - and his handshake
Gene Mills, former superintendent and coach at Adrian High School, lived long enough to see a new gymnasium named in his honor
Government Feb. 22
Ontario would expand police force, attack crime rate with new sales tax
Ontario city officials have issued details on how they would spend $3.8 million a year that a 1 percent sales tax would produce. The tax is on the May ballot.
Community Feb. 21
No deal yet, but Treasure Valley Community College labor talks to continue
Administrators and union leaders at the Ontario college plan to try a new approach to settling on a labor contract. They will meet without lawyers or mediators.
Help Wanted – February 21
Legal Notices – February 21
Community Feb. 20
Fund drive continues to bring journalism interns to rural Malheur County
The Malheur Enterprise plans to host two college interns this summer to teach them about journalism and provide deeper coverage of Malheur County. Tax deductible donations are being accepted.
Community Feb. 19
At Vale banquet, crowd bids and then applauds
Volunteers and local businesses take a bow, recognized for their service to the community.