A new new gun law, passed by voter’s Nov. 8, produced a run on sales of weapons at Malheur Drug in Vale. Meanwhile, Brian Wolfe, Malheur County sheriff, said he will not make enforcing the measure a priority.
Author: Pat Caldwell
About 30 people gathered for a meeting regarding the fate of the murals in Vale at the Vale Seniors Community Center Nov. 14.
Voters gave longtime Ontario resident Debbie Folden a clear victory in the Nov 8 election as she upset incumbent Riley Hill.
PHOTOS: With sirens and cheers, Ontario celebrated its state soccer champions during a parade through downtown.
Final results of the sugar beet harvest appear to trend toward the average mark after local producers were forced to contend with weather woes earlier in the year.
Malheur County wants to find out if, and how, it can develop a 140-acre plot north of Nyssa and approved a contract last week with a Portland firm to study the economic prospects for the property. (The Enterprise/FILE)
Two former Ontario elected leaders say a string of controversies trailed Mayor Riley Hill and probably played a role in his defeat during the Nov. 8 election.
The high school football season came to an end Saturday as Vale and Adrian lost their games. Adrian fell to Lost River and the Vikings lost to Kennedy.
Shoppers can get a jump on Christmas Nov. 18 in downtown Vale when Moonlight Madness kicks off. The event will offer deals from more than 20 vendors and businesses.
The popular Fill Your Sleigh Holiday Bazaar will kick off Friday, Nov. 11 and run through Saturday Nov. 12 at Four Rivers Cultural Center.