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Leaving Reality

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Lisa Britton/For the Baker City Herald K-Lee Hickman, left, and Marie Gazley add finishing touches to their abstract works during an art class at Baker High School. Guest artist SK Cothren spent several weeks teaching the students about abstract art, which culminated with their own interpretation of a bird.

Baker High School Students Experiment With Abstract Art

K-Lee Hickman likes drawing cartoons, and the sketches she pulls from her backpack are much more abstract than realistic.

However, give her an assignment to create an abstract piece of art and it shakes her creativity.

“I just try to make things look more realistic than they should,” she says as she snips tissue paper to create a feather. “This is the one thing I’ve done in art that’s made me nervous."


County planners to consider request for bunkhouse at Baker County mine

The manager of a placer mining operation in southern Baker County has applied for a conditional-use permit to build a bunkhouse on the property for approximately 30 miners.

The Baker County Planning Commission will have a public hearing on the request at 6 p.m. on Feb. 25 at the Courthouse, 1995 Third St. in Baker City.


Marijuana store opens in Huntington

Marijuana is being sold legally in Baker County for the first time today.

420Ville is the name of Huntington’s newest business, at 210 Washington St. in the town about 50 miles southeast of Baker City.


Refuge occupiers say they'll leave this morning

REBECCA BOONE, Associated Press

LISA BAUMANN, Associated Press

BURNS — The last four armed occupiers of a national wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon said they would turn themselves in Thursday morning after law officers surrounded them in a tense standoff.

The development came as Cliven Bundy — who led a Nevada standoff with federal officers in 2014 and who is also the father of the jailed leader of the Oregon standoff — was arrested in Portland.

The four occupiers yelled at officers to back off and prayed with supporters over an open phone line as the standoff played out on the Internet Wednesday night via a phone line being livestreamed by an acquaintance of occupier David Fry.


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