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.
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.
The Oregon Department of Education is caling for an audit of the Nyssa School District as more problems found in its migrant student program.
VALE – The box of folders delivered to the Malheur County Court last month seemed to be just a bland set of documents transferred from the economic development department as its director, Greg Smith, closed up shop.The folders, crafted by the team managed by Smith, were designed to market Malheur[Read More…]
The owners of Fort Boise Produce asked the county to pay them for not growing beans and corn on land they sold earlier to Malheur County, public records show. County officials in April were presented with a bill for $17,875, representing what the owners, Farmer family, expected to earn in[Read More…]
The Treasure Valley Reload Center could end up being considerably smaller than envisioned as project leaders struggle to overcome money shortages and escalating costs. And even building a smaller warehouse for shipping onions depends on getting an emergency allocation of $3 million from legislators in September. The latest shift in[Read More…]
UPDATED Oct. 31, 2022 What is it? The Treasure Valley Reload Center will be a shipping center where Treasure Valley farm products can be unloaded from trucks and loaded onto rail cars. A warehouse and rail spurs are the centerpiece. To start, only onions would move through the center. The[Read More…]
Gov. Kate Brown is riding to the rescue of the Treasure Valley Reload Center, supporting $3 million in new state funding, with more to come if needed. The taxpayer bailout is crucial to finish the Nyssa rail shipping center, which is far over budget and behind schedule. Such funding would[Read More…]
VALE – Malheur County has been ordered to release public records regarding the construction budget for the Treasure Valley Reload Center.Dave Goldthorpe, Malheur County district attorney, issued the order June 27 to the Malheur County Economic Development Department and its director, Greg Smith.He granted the petition of the Malheur Enterprise,[Read More…]