Songs generate memories and for Ontario Fire Chief Terry Leighton, a tune he heard on the radio recently triggered deep introspection and a reevaluation of his priorities.
For Dan Ramirez customer service isn’t just another nice slogan. Ramirez believes helping people starts with openness and sympathy.
Residents will see new faces in familiar slots in Ontario city government this month.
A measure slated for the Nov. 8 election will give voters the opportunity to decide on a 3% tax on the sale of marijuana in unincorporated areas of the county.
Budget woes are a proven part of the Treasure Valley Reload Center narrative and Tuesday officials said it still needs $9 million to be complete.
The area’s only nursing home can count on $150,000 from Malheur County to help it cover rising costs because of Covid.
In a special report, the Enterprise examines the increasing prevalence of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that can be 50 times more potent than heroin. It is driving drug overdoses across the United States – and here in Malheur County.
Malheur County’s economic issues will be the focus of a tour by state legislators scheduled for Aug. 23 and Aug. 24. The visit provides a meet-and-greet for local residents to meet the senators and representatives.
Voters in Malheur County will have a say about local production and sale of psilocybin, the so-called “magic mushrooms” component.
VALE – Ben Fife knows how to make government work for its citizens.The Vale 10-year-old recently noticed as he rode his bike around town there were no bike racks.That was a problem.Especially since he spends a lot of time behind the handlebars of his Crossfire BCA bike.After he brought the[Read More…]