COMMENTARY: A handful of legislators is proposing how to prop up local news in Oregon – just as one of the state’s largest dailies closes. Citizens and journalists need to respond.
EDITORIAL: Making a priority to pour more public money into the Nyssa rail project sends the wrong message about what’s most important in our community. Children, schools and working families deserve the immediate help.
Take a moment today and subscribe to the Malheur Enterprise. And if you already subscribe, consider a sustaining donation. Here’s why. The year 2022 showed it’s important for people to get accurate, trusted information. At the Enterprise, we deliver that. We delivered the truth about the Treasure Valley Reload Center.[Read More…]
COMMENTARY: All around Malheur County, people don’t have enough food to feed themselves or their families. Donations to food banks are down while costs are up. Time for us all to step up. No one should go hungry.
EDITORIAL: Treasure Valley Reload Center officials are turning to the Malheur County Court and the regional border board for money to pay rising costs of the project. This raises questions, and Our View suggests they look instead to the state.
COMMENTARY: Editor Les Zaitz urges local residents, organizations and business owners to get involved in planning the future of Vale’s history murals. A meeting is coming up Dec. 19.
COLUMN: A state representative suggests the Enterprise ‘crossed a line’ and lobbied his peers in sharing a story about the Treasure Valley Reload Center. Not so, said the Oregon Government Ethics Commission.
EDITORIAL: Legislators got misleading information when they were asked to give another $3 million for the Treasure Valley Reload Center. Malheur County’s state senator has yet to explain why he shared wrong information.
EDITORIAL: A new plan is needed to finish the Treasure Valley Reload Center to preserve millions already sunk into the project. Money from the Legislature and a new leadership appear vital to this rescue mission.
The Vale FFA Auction is a fall tradition, and reader Frances Rempel urges the community to come out and support this fundraiser for local youth.