While a trimmed-down plan aims to complete the Nyssa rail depot without taxpayer support and save local onion producers millions in shipping costs, the questions surrounding a new partner in the Midwest, freight prices, and cost cuts to the main terminal remain.
Author: By Pat Caldwell and Steven Mitchell - The Enterprise
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning from 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, for the lower Treasure Valley and the Owyhee Mountains as up to six inches of snow is expected.
Heavy snow and frigid temperatures over the weekend prompted swift action by city, county and state officials to keep roads open.
The Enterprise covered the year’s biggest news events, from the closure of a food kitchen for the homeless in Ontario, to the death of a Nyssa police officer in a shooting to the departure of the project manager at the Treasure Valley Reload Center. What news in Malheur County in 2023 stood out to you?
The Malheur County Development Corp., the the public company building the Treasure Valley Reload Center, terminated its contract with Anderson Perry & Associates Inc., the engineering firm working on the design of the facility, on Dec. 8.
Despite shoppers being out in full force for Black Friday, local retailers reported lackluster sales as consumers pull back on spending.
The Vale Vikings racked up another high-scoring game on Friday, Oct. 27, defeating Nyssa 59-0 in the traditional Black-and-Blue Bowl. Vale finishes the regular season 8-0.
A nearly-two day search for a man wanted by police as a murder suspect ended Wednesday, Oct. 11, at about 7 p.m. in an Ontario neighborhood where the suspect died by suicide.
Origins Faith Community Church will close its homeless food kitchen and cease its drug addiction outreach program after the state pulled grant funding for the organization.
As the last contractor leaves the site of the Treasure Valley Reload Center, the attention of local officials is firmly fixed on the near future as they plan to seek financial help from the state Transportation Department.