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Vale girls prevail at Fruitland nets

FRUITLAND – Fruitland clinched a 7-5 victory over Vale in nonleague tennis action Monday. The Fruitland boys defeated the Vale boys’ tennis team 4-1, while the Vale girls’ team claimed a 3-2 win. In girls singles action, Vale’s Autumn Sanchez defeated Fruitland’s Kelsey Fitzimonds, 6-2, 6-2. In girls doubles play,[Read More…]

Pols eye president’s intentions

By Pat Caldwell Malheur Enterprise For opponents of a plan to preserve more than 2 million acres of land in Malheur County, a conversation last autumn between two lawmakers may meaning everything. Then it again, it may not. The discussion occurred between state Rep. Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario, who represents Malheur[Read More…]

James “Pat” Bunyard

Pat Bunyard was born July 12, 1918 in Harney County, Oregon to James G. and Lora Bunyard. Pat died at home Thursday, March 31, 2016. He was preceded in death by his wife Audre Bunyard in November, 1994. He is survived by his son Lyle Bunyard and his daughter Patricia[Read More…]

Death notices

Betty J. Robison, 88, of Ontario, died April 9, 2016 at a local assisted living facility in Ontario. Condolences maybe made to the family at Arrangements by Lienkaemper Chapel, Ontario. Sarah E. Bailey, 80, of Ontario, died April 12, 2016 at her home. Condolences maybe made to the family[Read More…]


Vale girls slam Umatilla

VALE – Kelsey Hawley put together a virtuoso performance and the Vale High School softball team racked up 31 hits in eight innings to clinch twin victories over Umatilla during a doubleheader Friday. The Lady Vikings defeated Umatilla 16-0 in the first game and claimed a 17-1 win in the[Read More…]


Viking teams double up on wins

By Pat Caldwell The Enterprise VALE – Cody Towers hit a home run and later drove in six runs in the first game of a doubleheader Friday as the Vale High School baseball team used a strong hitting performance to sweep Umatilla. The Vikings won the first game 14-4 and[Read More…]

Golfers swarm to Pendleton course

The Enterprise A dozen teams converged on Pendleton last Friday, April 1, for the PCC Invite. Vale’s Vikings came in sixth and Nyssa claimed ninth in the team results. Topping the field was the Nixyaawii/Pilot Rock team, hitting 367, followed by Pendleton with 382, Heppner with 384, and Hermiston with[Read More…]