Brian Ratliff is investigating a medical mystery that threatens the future of Baker County’s…
Traffic volumes have dropped as many people stay home during the coronavirus crisis, but law…
Based on requirements in the executive order that Oregon Gov. Kate Brown issued this week, B…
Matt Reidy has two checks in his hand but he’s not quite ready to hand them to Patsy Hoelsch…
- Saint Alphonsus, St. Luke's release update regarding coronavirus treatment and testing
- Governor orders most businesses to close
- News of Record for March 26, 2020
- Police agencies stay on regular patrols
- Learning & Coping
- City closes playgrounds, skatepark, but other parts of parks remain open
- Coronavirus case confirmed in Union County
- County closes offices
- Looking Glass Books buys Kettle Corn N' More
- Baker City Hall closed to public
My right boot puffed dust and my left sunk into grainy snow of the sort that’s usually squeezed into a paper cup and slathered with intensely sweet syrup that turns your tongue an artificially…
Poachers don’t just steal from hunters, Yvonne Shaw emphasizes — they steal from every Oregonian.
I was driving through the sage, hoping to find a mild spring breeze and the early buttercup, when I glanced in the rear-view mirror and saw a cloud of dust roiling in my wake.
The great thing about art — perhaps even the greatest thing — is that you needn’t be an artist to bask in the reflected glow of those who are.
Thanks to all who are helping during a tough time
The upheavals caused by the coronavirus, unprecedented in the memories of almost everyone alive today, could serve as the plot for a dystopian novel or film.