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Letters to the Editor for Nov. 22, 2010

Baker’s a great place to live
To the editor:
In August, I fell and broke my hip in my home. I was there for a long time before I was found by a neighbor and taken to the hospital by ambulance. I am so happy that I live in a town where the neighbors take care of one another and I would just like to thank all my friends and neighbors that have been so helpful to me all the time I have been disabled.
What a great place to live!                                 
Ruth Ballo
Baker City


We rely on KTVB for Idaho news
To the editor:
I wonder if Charter cable TV has any idea how many customers they might lose if they take Channel 7, KTVB, off the air in Baker? There are so many Baker residents that have to go to Fruitland or Boise for medical reasons, and we like to know what the weather is like in that area. We can’t get that from Portland!
I have talked to a lot of people and have been told that they will probably change to another service if Charter takes KTVB away. Please consider all the retired people who have family living in Idaho or who have to travel there often for medical reasons, and keep Channel 7 on the air for us.                                 
Nancy Ferree
Baker City


Ambassadors had a good time
To the editor:
On Nov. 16 the Baker County CASA, Inc. hosted the Harlem Ambassadors professional show basketball team for a night of high-flying slam dunks, hilarious comedy, and feel-good family entertainment.
The Harlem Ambassadors would like to extend a special thank you to event organizers Mary Collard and Michelle Paoletti who planned and promoted the game. The CASA All Stars proved to be an energetic and enthusiastic challenging team and we thank all of the players for their good sportsmanship. The event would not have been possible without the support and generosity of local community sponsors, the Baker County CASA, Inc. members, and the event volunteers.
The Harlem Ambassadors thank the community of Baker City for its warm hospitality and look forward to returning to Baker City in the future!                                  
Dale Moss, president
Harlem Ambassadors
Fort Collins, Colo.
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