The Latest Stories For You From The Malheur Enterprise

GOOD MORNING!…. Here’s the latest news from your team at the Malheur Enterprise.

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And do we have photos for you! We have published scores of pictures in recent days from Vale’s big holiday events. In the story below, you’ll find links to all of our coverage. We bet you’ll see someone you know somewhere.

Your guide to the Treasure Valley Reload Center – get the history, purpose and status
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…
Your guide to the Treasure Valley Reload Center – get the history, purpose and status
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…
PHOTO GALLERY: All rodeo’d out: 4th of July Rodeo Recap
Rodeo fans packed the stands each night of the Vale 4th of July Rodeo and Suicide Race, with festivities in and out of the arena spanning Friday through Monday. Pigs…
PHOTO GALLERY: All rodeo’d out: 4th of July Rodeo Recap
Rodeo fans packed the stands each night of the Vale 4th of July Rodeo and Suicide Race, with festivities in and out of the arena spanning Friday through Monday. Pigs…
Governor pushes extra $3 million for Nyssa rail center to cover cost overruns
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…
Governor pushes extra $3 million for Nyssa rail center to cover cost overruns
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…
Anglers get the green light as drought imperils fish
VALE – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has lifted fishing limits in Malheur Reservoir and along the Malheur River from Namorf Dam upstream through Warm Springs Reservoir to…
Anglers get the green light as drought imperils fish
VALE – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has lifted fishing limits in Malheur Reservoir and along the Malheur River from Namorf Dam upstream through Warm Springs Reservoir to…
PHOTO GALLERY: Oregon Trail Days brings festivities all over town
The 4th of July festivities didn’t stop at the arena – Oregon Trail Days brought four day of vendors, shows, and one all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast to Vale. Friday and Saturday…
PHOTO GALLERY: Oregon Trail Days brings festivities all over town
The 4th of July festivities didn’t stop at the arena – Oregon Trail Days brought four day of vendors, shows, and one all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast to Vale. Friday and Saturday…
Willowcreek blaze chars private, BLM land
Investigators are working to determine the cause of the Willowcreek Fire that burned more than 40,000 acres over four days, the first major range fire of the season. The fire…
Willowcreek blaze chars private, BLM land
Investigators are working to determine the cause of the Willowcreek Fire that burned more than 40,000 acres over four days, the first major range fire of the season. The fire…

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STORY IDEA, TIP OR QUESTION?

We get some of our best stories and photos after tips from readers. If you have an idea on something we can report on or just have questions about something happening in the community, send an email to Editor Les Zaitz at [email protected].