The Baker County District Attorney’s Office will ask a grand jury to consider the circumstan…
An organizer of a nondenominational service that brought more than 200 people to Geiser-Poll…
Three more Baker County residents have contracted COVID-19, county officials announced Tuesd…
Searchers are continuing to interview campers at Hewitt Park, the eastern Baker County park …
HAINES — Mayor Jim Brown is sitting inside a quiet and nearly empty Haines City Hall, but he feels as if he’s stuck in the middle of the intense national debate spawned by the coronavirus pandemic.
- Grand jury to review death of woman who fell from moving vehicle
- 5 COVID-19 cases in Baker County are Forest Service employees
- Search continues for teenager missing in eastern Baker County
- Baker County confirms 2 more COVID-19 cases; county's total at 10
- Scenes from the Haines Stampede rodeo
- Baker County's case count remains at 7; none hospitalized
- Preserving History
- Back In The Saddle
- Crews control 5 small wildfires
- Baker County reports 3 more cases of COVID-19
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GRANITE — The Umatilla National Forest has opened parts of the Olive Lake campground for day use and overnight camping.
The sky is unblemished blue, the gentlest of breezes is whispering through the ponderosa pines, and Dennis Saranto is smiling.
Dan Story was just trying to make it easier for drivers to see approaching cars as they steered through the serpentine Elkhorn Drive Scenic Byway west of Baker City.
Founding Fathers had flaws, but look what they left us
We have been inundated with numbers since the coronavirus pandemic started.
The United States of America will turn 244 in a couple of days, which is quite old for a dog but is something closer to middle age for a nation.