Be sure to get all the local news of Malheur County in 2023

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.

We delivered accurate information about problems at the Nyssa School District.

We delivered the facts about Ontario city politics.

Along the way, our small news team delivered in-depth and investigative reports about local matters.

Through profiles, the Enterprise put people in the spotlight who make good things happen in Malheur County.

And through our stories, we shared groups that needed help, whether a food pantry or a cat rescue.

Why should this interest you?

Consider what research has shown.

When people get news they trust, they are more engaged in their community.

That makes sense.

If you know more, you care more ­– whether it’s school policy or a new highway round-about.

Those who care participate more.

That makes sense too.

If you feel informed, you feel more comfortable joining a cause you care about, or at least speaking your mind about a local matter.

Just as important, we help you hold those in power accountable. People entrusted with public office are spending your money, public money. They are deciding how fast you can drive, what guns you can own, how much security to have at schools.

At the Enterprise, our mission is to serve you so you can help the community. We put our names on our work. And we operate under principles we’re proud to share with you – you can see them HERE.

No local business can last more than 100 years unless it’s doing what people want it to do. That’s true of the Enterprise, which started in Vale 114 years ago. We are one of Malheur County’s oldest continuously-running firms.

And we want to be around many more decades.

That’s where you come in.

Providing this information takes trained professionals, not bloggers and social media hacks.

Subscribers are our key partners these days. We want you to be one of them.

Our digital service, which you can use at any hour, any day, is $7.50 a month or $80 for the year. As a subscriber, you get exclusive access to all of our work. That means you get to read the stories that matter to you when you want. Signing up is easy and takes just a moment with this SUBSCRIBE link.

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We pledge, in return, to continue giving you news coverage that favors no party, no official, no interest. We will continue to report with integrity and strength, not subject to pressures or even threats from those who would rather we looked the other way.

Please, join our team today. Together, we can all help sustain Malheur County as a wonderful place to live, work and play.

Les Zaitz is publisher and editor of the Enterprise.  Email: [email protected]