This article is from the Enterprise’s annual history magazine, “Journey Into Malheur County’s Rich History.” Copies of Journey are available for free at the Enterprise office and at local businesses in the area. ONTARIO – In 1947, as snow padded the quiet streets of Ontario, more than a hundred Japanese-Americans[Read More…]
Author: Cynthia Liu
Deputy Brian Belnap’s job takes him to the remote reaches of Malheur County, watching not just for crime but for ranchers and outback adventurers in need of help. The Vale native’s job, funded by the Bureau of Land Management, suits him just fine.
Malheur County got attention from legislators who came from around the state for tours and meetings, focused largely on the local economy.
Area barbers gathered on a recent Sunday to help kids look their best for school – an annual free event in Ontario.
Steven Wolf, a mentor for Origins Faith Community, sees increasing fentanyl cases as he strives to help people recovery from addiction. His story is part of the Enterprise’s series, Sneaky Killer: Fentanyl in Malheur County.
In a special report, the Enterprise examines the increasing prevalence of fentanyl, a deadly synthetic opioid. Lisa Longoria, an Ontario school principal, offers her perspective on the danger for youth in the community.
With the start of school just a day away, youngsters spent time at Cairo Elementary School meeting teachers, finding classrooms and get ready for the year.
Near downtown Ontario, a mom-and-pop store serves one of the poorest sections of the community. New owners plan to continue that service by Mallard’s.
With school about to start, Vale Elementary School opened the doors to give kindergarten students a sampling of what’s ahead. The Enterprise went to school too.
Local performers of all ages took to the stage on Thursday, Aug. 11, at the annual Drexel H. Foundation Talent Show at the Rex theater in downtown Vale. Performances included songs and dance, plus original skits, stage fighting, and science experiments. Winners in each age group took home $100 and[Read More…]