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MayDay seeks volunteers for phone crisis line

MayDay, Inc., the Baker City nonprofit that helps victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and elder abuse, needs volunteers to answer a crisis phone line that's available 24 hours a day.

Wyden asks BLM to extend comment period for Boardman-to-Hemingway power line

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore. has asked the BLM to extend the comment period, which is scheduled to end today, for the proposed Boardman-to-Hemingway power line.

Baker County seeks drought disaster declaration

Baker County Commissioners on Wednesday voted to ask Gov. Kate Brown to declare a drought emergency this year in the county.

Man dragged by vehicle after trying to stop driver

By Chris Collins

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A Baker City man who tried to stop a friend from driving drunk ended up in the emergency room Monday night and the driver is in jail facing multiple charges, including driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Baker to Salem: Can’t afford sage grouse listing

By Joshua Dillen

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The Oregon Legislature’s House Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources heard from Baker County residents Tuesday morning about the possible effects of federal protection for the sage grouse.

Judge rejects county’s lawsuit

By Joshua Dillen

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Baker County has lost an almost four-year legal battle with Columbia Basin Helicopter, a Baker Valley business owned by David McCarty.

Ash is Baker County's new sheriff

Travis Ash will be Baker County’s next sheriff.

Rep. Greg Walden schedules town hall in Baker City Saturday

U.S. Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) will host a town hall meeting Saturday, March 21 at 3:30 p.m. at the Veteran Advocates of Ore-Ida Event Center, 1901 Main St. in Baker City.

Walden will give an update on bipartisan legislation to grow the economy and create jobs in America, including bipartisan bills passed by the House to reduce burdens on American workers and small businesses. He will also discuss efforts to reign in federal agencies like the EPA.

Judge rejects county's lawsuit, says helicopter business owner complies with zoning law

A judge has ruled that David McCarty, who owns Columbia Basin Helicopter, is not violating county land use laws by operating his business on his property in Baker Valley.

Judge backs Langrells

Judge Ronald Pahl rules that Baker City can’t use its key evidence to defend itself in lawsuit the city councilor filed

By Jayson Jacoby

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The judge overseeing Baker City Councilor Richard Langrell’s lawsuit against the city has ruled that the city can’t use its key evidence if the case goes to trial.

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