Remember, those clocks spring FORWARD an hour today.
We just want to remind you how valuable your support is to allow the Enterprise to deliver the unmatched journalism we provide week in and week out.
The Enterprise, like so many businesses in Malheur County, is a family-owned business. Publisher Les Zaitz is approaching his 50th year as a journalist in Oregon. HIs wife, former Publisher Scotta Callister, is an Oregon native as well.
So, we’re not some big out-of-state corporation looking to harvest money and ship it out.
And as much as we would like to give away our work for free, we can’t. Our employees deserve a living wage for the work they do for the community. And, of course, there are the day-to-day costs of running. any business.
You can help keep us strong, to do the kind of thoughtful and sometimes tough reporting no one else will undertake.
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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].