Baker City’s interim fire chief, Sean Lee, no longer has “interim” as part of his title.
Two students at Haines Elementary School have tested positive for COVID-19.
As the end of the first quarter of classes approaches, Baker School District students are co…
The debate continues between Baker County commissioners and a property owner about whether t…
Friends, family, fellow store owners, and Baker residents gathered to celebrate the grand opening of A Little of This and That (ALOTT) Bargains store on Friday morning, Oct. 16.
- A War On Weeds
- City recommends residents flush water system after fire suppression foam enters some lines
- Baker man cited for meth possession
- Howard Payton
- Pine Creek Road debate goes on
- Baker County has 3rd COVID-19 fatality
- The Bird Business
- Arleta Turner
- Burnt River Canyon bighorn sheep sick
- 'Larry' Wright
If high schools in Eastern Oregon resume competitive events in 2021 the teams might seek to limit their opponents to relatively nearby schools to reduce travel and make it easier to comply wit…
Ken Emerson’s family might have been the last people to spend the night in the Porcupine Guard Station, and it all happened because he was a bit too confident in his Ford Bronco’s off-road prowess.
Eight months after a bacterial illness was confirmed to be spreading through one of Baker County’s two herds of bighorn sheep, animals in the other herd are also getting sick and, in a few cas…
The first step onto a trail has a bit of magic in it, no matter how modest the measurement of a single stride.