The Enterprise recently published the last of its five-part series examining the important subject of child poverty in Malheur County.
We are making access to the series online free to all. We do this as a community service because this is an issue that merits everyone’s attention.
You will find all the stories and videos here:
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The Enterprise is proud to deliver this ground-breaking journalism for the community. This resulted from a unique partnership between the Enterprise and one of the most prestigious journalism schools in the country – USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
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Some other stories recently from your local team:
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The Enterprise is preparing for fall publication of our annual history magazine, covering the colorful past in Malheur County. We want to hear from readers.
We welcome your historic photos – of businesses, events, places and people from day’s gone by. And you’re welcome to write a short submission about the history you’d like to share about your family, ranch, farm or more.
Send your photos and submissions to Editor Les Zaitz: [email protected] or drop them off at our Vale office.
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Send an email to Editor Les Zaitz at [email protected].