Gretchen Stadler was eager to join the second-annual Women’s March Saturday in La Grande, but creating a political movement, she believes, takes much more than a single day, or event. Stadler, who joined a group …
After a briefly quiet start, Baker dominated La Grande Friday in a battle of Greater Oregon League unbeaten girls basketball ...
The Baker High School wrestling squad made a successful home debut Thursday, sweeping Mac-Hi and Vale on the Baker mats. ...
Baker County commissioners’ efforts to influence how the Tri-County Cooperative Weed Management Area operates are reasonable, and we largely agree ...
President Donald Trump’s recent word “ban” imposed on the nation’s chief public health agency poses no threat, great or otherwise, ...
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