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Barely There

Baker County Snowpack At Or Near Record Lows

By Jayson Jacoby

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Baker County’s snowpack is setting records.

But not the sort of records anybody is apt to brag about.


City, Langrell look to settle

By Joshua Dillen

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Baker City officials are negotiating a possible settlement with City Councilor Richard Langrell in his lawsuit against the city.


Quick action saves Sumpter woman from blaze

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Photo by Brad Duncan An Oregon State Police trooper saved a Sumpter woman from a fire Sunday afternoon.

By Chris Collins

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As Sunday marked the beginning of the Christian celebration of Holy Week, guardian angels seemingly were gathering over the home of Lorraine Wells in Sumpter.


Bentz meets with constituents


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Kathy Orr / Baker City Herald Rep. Cliff Bentz met with Baker County residents Friday in a series of Town Hall gatherings. At Haines, Chuck Chase, seated left, of the Eastern Oregon Mining Association, listened to the presentation.

HAINES — An Eastern Oregon legislator was busy last week speaking and listening to his constituents.

District 60 Rep. Cliff Bentz held nine town hall meetings over two days Friday and Saturday.

At Haines, Bentz addressed a crowd of about 35 people at the Frontier Restaurant on Front Street Friday at noon.

“At the end of the day, I want to know what you guys are thinking and what you want me to do,” he said. “This is your chance to tell me what you’re thinking.”


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