A 71-year-old Baker County woman who died on Wednesday, April 14 at a Boise hospital is the …
Powder Valley doesn’t have a shiny new, official Class 1A state volleyball championship trop…
Baker County’s COVID-19 surge continued on Tuesday, April 13 with 14 new cases, the highest …
The Baker County Sheriff's Office encourages residents to check their mailboxes daily after …
A Baker City man will spend the next 28 months in prison for taking liturgical objects valued at nearly $11,000 from the Catholic Church and for stealing miscellaneous items during car prowls …
- County Sheriff's Office search and rescue team helps family stuck in snow in eastern Baker County
- 'Andy' Harrison
- Rhonda Kragness
- 14th Baker County resident dies after testing positive for COVID-19
- Louetta Stutzman
- County's COVID surge worsens
- Rash of mail thefts reported along Highway 7
- Business column: Get in on restaurant revitalization grant opportunities
- James Millwood
- James Bond
The view was quintessential wilderness except for the 18-wheelers rolling by on the freeway, almost near enough to discern the name of the trucking company on the trailer.
LA GRANDE — A popular bird watching event, which the COVID-19 pandemic grounded in 2020, takes flight again at the Ladd Marsh Wildlife Area.
With skiers and snowboarders carving turns in fresh powder, feathery white clouds glittering in their wake, it was almost possible to forget there’s a pandemic going on.
I decided last Sunday that my arid, ailing lawn needed a good dousing, but my enthusiasm for completing this simplest of tasks withered rapidly.
The numbers are real and so are the likely effects.
By Bill Harvey