YOUR GOVERNMENT Mar. 30
Ontario Town Hall draws big crowd, hard questions
The session, sponsored by the Malheur Enterprise, attracted more than 100 people to Four Rivers Cultural Center Thursday night.
YOUR GOVERNMENT Mar. 29
New PAC to push for Ontario sales tax
City mayor takes a leading role in group that believes a 1 percent sales tax in Ontario is the answer to an array of financial issues.
EDITORIAL Mar. 29
Community deserves crisper vision for future of Treasure Valley Community College
The college so vital to Malheur County seems to be struggling - declining enrollment, fired instructors, possible tuition hikes. Not so clear is where leaders plan to take the school.
YOUR GOVERNMENT Mar. 29
Nyssa rail shipping facility plan moves ahead
Public corporation decides to begin negotiations with two firms to manage the construction and rail design for facility planned north of Nyssa.
LOCAL CRIME - EXCLUSIVE Mar. 28
Gang activity blasts into open in Ontario with gunfire and bloodshed
A spate of shootings late last year left a trail of wounds, shell casings and questions about a resurgence of the criminal syndicates in Malheur County's largest town.
SCHOOLS Mar. 28
Teamwork is the mother of invention for Vale robotics team
The Viking robotics squad parlays innovation and know-how into success and now will journey to Kentucky next month to compete in a tournament against the very best from across the globe.
SCHOOLS Mar. 28
May Roberts Elementary aims for the record books
About 400 students set their sights on the Guinness Book of World Records with a massive game of balloon tag in the Ontario High School gym.
COMMUNITY ROUND UP Mar. 28
Vale sushi spot closing
Ogawa's in Vale will serve patrons for the last time on Friday. In Nyssa, a blood drive is scheduled and local churches have special services for Easter Sunday. State Rep. Lynn Findley will be holding town halls and for those looking for berries, the Vale FFA has plenty to sell.
COMMUNITY Mar. 28
Easter Bunny on the loose in Malheur County - egg hunts ahead
There will be plenty of places to go find some eggs on to celebrate Easter this weekend with hunts slated in Vale, Nyssa and Ontario.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Mar. 28
Vale Vikings can't hold off Ontario Tigers in softball
The Ontario Tigers rallied big in the seventh inning to catch and beat the Vikings in softball action before spring break started.
YOUR GOVERNMENT Mar. 28
Pay concessions critical piece of new TVCC contract
College leaders say the new labor with the Treasure Valley Education Association will save $900,000 over the next three years.
COMMUNITY NEWS Mar. 28
Adrian's Owyhee Challenge draws more than 300 runners
Working towards a goal of a new track at the high school, the Adrian Sports Boosters held the 4th annual race through the hills around Adrian.
LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP Mar. 28
See how local Malheur County teams performed before taking the week off for spring break
Results include Jordan Valley track and field, Vale golf, Ontario track and field, Vale baseball, Nyssa golf, Harper track and field, Nyssa track and field and Adrian track and field.
LOCAL SPORTS Mar. 28
Nyssa Bulldogs fall to Tigers, topple Trojans in tennis
The Nyssa tennis team saw mixed results, falling to the La Grande Tigers, but coming back with a win over the Homedale Trojans.
OBITUARIES Mar. 28
Hollis Hood, Bruce Hopper, Lance Norman, Paul Lucero, David Gonzalez
PUBLIC NOTICES Mar. 28
Publications from local governments, private parties
Owyhee Cemetery meeting, Esiquio Martinez estate, Nyssa city meeting, Malheur ESD supplemental budget.
EMPLOYMENT Mar. 28
They're hiring - local job openings
SPECIAL REPORT: HIDDEN CHILDREN Mar. 27
All in one place: the Malheur Enterprise series on foster care
A four-part series examines the foster care system in Malheur County, a system overwhelmed, underfunded but with hope ahead.