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‘One Big Blur’

Joshua Dillen / Baker City Herald Scorched trees and the remants of outbuildings line a road in Stices Gulch south of Baker City.

Stices Gulch Resident Recalls Evacuation Day

As the Cornet fire advanced toward her Stices Gulch home on Aug. 12, Julie Jayo had no sense of how fast she was moving.

“I lost all track of time,” Jayo said Monday. “It was one big blur.”

During that blur, her family packed pictures, family heirlooms and important documents from their home of five years into their trailer and moved to a trailer park in Baker City.

Another record sale

S. John Collins / Baker City Herald The hog barn at the Baker County Fair bustled with preparations for the market auction Aug. 8. Tyler Youngblood, right, was participating in his first fair as a member of the Lone Pine Heirs. Older brother Riley, at left, went ahead of Tyler.

Baker County Fair 4H/FFA Livestock Auction

By Chris Collins

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This year’s 4-H and FFA Livestock Auction again saw record sales.

The $270,105 sale total shattered last year’s record of $228,107.

Baker hay helps John Day

By Jayson Jacoby and La’akea Kaufman

Baker City Herald

Even as the biggest wildfire in Baker County history still smolders, local ranchers are donating dozens of tons of hay to their counterparts in Grant County.

And local volunteers say they’re ready to help Baker County cattle operations as well.

Eagle Complex growth slows significantly

USFS photo Firefighters set back fires in an attempt to stop the spread of oncoming blazes in the Eagle Complex fire.

By Dick Mason

Wescom News Service

Smoke aided firefighters Sunday in their battle against the Eagle Complex fires, burning 10 miles east of Medical Springs.

Smoke from the fires did not lift as much as expected Sunday, preventing the Eagle Complex blazes from growing significantly.

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