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Where’s the White?

The bright spot in dismal snowpack is at the higher elevations

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S. John Collins / Baker City Herald The higher reaches of the Elkhorn Mountains remain snow-covered, but the snowpack is thin or absent at lower elevations.

By Jayson Jacoby

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Northeastern Oregon’s snowpack is looking good.

But only in comparison to the rest of the state, where the snow situation is dreadful.


Sign would honor Mabry Anders

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By Joshua Dillen

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Milepost 36 on Highway 7 south of Baker City could become a memorial to a 21-year-old Baker City man who was killed in action in Afghanistan in August 2012.


Search turns up nothing after resident suspects cougar chased her goats

A south Baker City resident called police Tuesday night, suspecting a cougar had chased her goats in her back yard, but a subsequent search didn't turn up any definite sign of the big cat that four people have reported seeing in the past week.


Baker man accused of torturing cat

A Baker City man was arrested Tuesday night on a felony charge that he tortured a cat last month, an incident that Police Chief Wyn Lohner said was filmed with a cell phone.


Used bookstore has new owner

Turn the Page used bookstore is beginning a new chapter in Baker City.

The new owner of the store, at 2009 First St., says he’ll offer customers more than before.

Steve Golieb recently bought the business from Shane Vozar.

See more in Wednesday's issue of the Baker City Herald. 


Bentz introduces bill honoring Mabry Anders

SALEM—Representative Cliff Bentz, R-Ontario, recently introduced House Bill 2981, which honors the late Army Specialist Mabry Anders, a Baker City native, by dedicating to him and his family an Oregon Highway Fallen Hero memorial.


Baker City Police hope to replace Turbo, the drug dog, after he retires

By Chris Collins

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If, as Baker City Police Chief Wyn Lohner, expects, Turbo, the city’s drug detection dog is forced into retirement on July 1, the chief says he’s ready to put together a plan to secure funding for another dog.


Another cougar sighting reported

By Chris Collins

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Baker City Police are continuing to urge residents living on the west side of Highway 7 on the south end of town to be alert to the possible presence of a cougar.


Cool Conclusion

Only a slight chill the last week kept February from setting a record as the warmest on record

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Kathy Orr / Baker City Herald New snow dusted the tops of the Elkhorn Mountains Saturday morning, the final day of February. That was a rare scene during the month, which ranks as the fourth-warmest on record at the Baker City Airport.

By Jayson Jacoby

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February in its final week finally started acting like, well, February.

Until then it felt rather more like April.

The late spell of seasonably chilly weather kept the month from setting a record as the mildest February since at least 1943 in Baker City.


Baker City sewing store lost more than $10,000 in merchandise in burglary

A burglar entered the business Treasure Every Stitch in the Basche-Sage Place mall at Broadway and Main streets late last month, removing merchandise valued at more than $10,000.


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