NOTICE: Malheur Enterprise mail delivery postponed as nation mourns Bush
The Malheur Enterprise will be delivered to mail customers one day late because of the closure of post offices Wednesday.
Notice to subscribers: This week's print edition of the Malheur Enterprise will be delivered one day late due to the Postal Service closure on Wednesday.
The federal government this week declared Wednesday as a national day of mourning for former President George H.W. Bush, who died last Friday at the age of 94. All post offices and most federal agencies are closed on Wednesday.
The Enterprise will be mailed to subscribers Thursday, as mail service resumes. The paper also will be available Wednesday on newsstands, as usual.
Subscribers of the print edition can sign up for a free trial subscription to the Enterprise's digital news service to get access to this week's news online. Go to malheurenterprise.com for details.
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MALHEUR COUNTY COMMUNITY Apr. 16
Longtime Malheur County water manager heading to retirement
For two decades Jay Chamberlin stood at the helm of the Owyhee Irrigation District and now, as he sets his sights on stepping away next year, he reflects on what he believes was a noble career.
COVID IN MALHEUR COUNTY Apr. 15
Mobile vaccine clinic opens Friday for 8-day run at Malheur County Fairgrounds.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency clinic will be open every day until Friday, April 23. Meanwhile, there is still time today to visit Four Rivers Cultural Center to participate in a vaccine clinic.
WATCHDOG Apr. 15
WATCHDOG: Farmland picked for rail center needs $6 million in soil, gravel, rock and work to make buildable
Old irrigation canals and wetlands on the proposed site of the Treasure Valley Reload Center will cost the project $6 million to fill in, a cost not clearly identified in early budgets.
EDITORIAL Apr. 15
EDITORIAL: Let's mobilize to grab a share of recovery money to help Vale
With billions flowing to states and communities, Vale has a rare chance to get money to revitalize its downtown corps. This will take action by a host of folks and a determination to focus. Imagine what such an effort could do for the people and businesses of Vale.
FreeEDUCATION Apr. 15
Classes to Career Profile: Sara Stephen finds success with ag leadership
Nyssa High School student Sara Stephen recommends ag education for students looking to jumpstart their credits at the community college level.