From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 23, 1968 The missing single engine green and cream … Read more

Backing The Bond

Residents who support the Baker School District’s proposal to seek a $48 million property tax … Read more

Newman named police chief

He had served as city’s interim chief since Wyn Lohner retired on May 11

Dustin Newman was excited to be named Baker City’s new police chief, but earning the … Read more

News of Record for June 20, 2018

FUNERALS PENDING Jeanette Pearl Slobig: A celebration of her life will take place Saturday, June … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 21, 1968 A gigantic freak wind storm leveled 1,800 … Read more

‘Paint Your Wagon’s’ Tiny Stars: The Twins

Some parents have grainy video preserving their baby’s early days. Judy Dubsky has a full-length … Read more

News of Record for June 18, 2018

DEATHS Raymond David Berryhill: 80, of Baker City, died June 15, 2018, at Settler’s Park … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 18, 1968 Emerging into the fresh Oregon air, Lee … Read more

History Revealed

Katherine Bailey has a treasure trove of old family photographs, and she’d sure like to … Read more

News of Record for June 15, 2018

FUNERALS PENDING John Weir: Graveside service Saturday, June 23, at 11 a.m. at the Eagle … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 15, 1968 The Old Oregon Trail Stampede committee, faced … Read more

Ready For Action

Blackbeard the Pirate is invading Baker City — along with Red Beard, beach bums, sailors, … Read more

City Council waits to appoint member

The six remaining councilors decided Tuesday to wait two weeks to appoint someone to fill … Read more

News of Record for June 13, 2018

DEATHS Wanda Grace Dennis: 76, of Baker City, died June 9, 2018, at her home. … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 14, 1968 A Sidewalk Sale and Back-To-School promotion were … Read more

Digging A Career

Dawson Vanderwiele’s earliest memories include napping on the floor of her dad’s backhoe. On her … Read more

Missing man found safe

Searchers found Richard Towell Jr. in his car at a trailhead near Halfway after he had spent several days in the forest in that area

Searchers who had been combing the Wallowa Mountains north of Halfway for a McMinnville man … Read more

News of Record for June 11, 2018

FUNERALS PENDING Patrick Cassidy: Graveside memorial service will be Tuesday, June 12, at 10 a.m. … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 11, 1968 Two areas were declared a public nuisance, … Read more

More Cheese, Please

Cody Cook’s smile is almost as big as the wheel of Parmesan-Reggiano cheese. Just almost … Read more

News of Record for June 8, 2018

DEATHS Tommie Rose Dailey: 90, of Baker City, died June 5, 2018, at her home … Read more

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50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 8, 1968 Huge gravel trucks have been busy this … Read more

Learning Legacy

Memorial contributions to Jodie Averett, who died Sept. 4, 2017, provide free books to students at South Baker Intermediate

Students at South Baker Intermediate School were treated to a free book this week thanks … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 1, 1968 LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Sen. Robert F. … Read more

News of Record for June 6, 2018

FUNERALS PENDING Patrick Cassidy: Graveside memorial service will be Tuesday, June 12 at 10 a.m. … Read more

Bulldogs Bid Farewell

While Baker High School’s graduation ceremony got off to a late start caused by technical … Read more

News of Record for June 4, 2018

FUNERALS PENDING Bryan “Pete” Peterson: There will be a celebration of life service at 11 … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 4, 1968 The highest achievement in Scouting, rank of … Read more

Meet The Beast

The Baker City Fire Department’s new truck can do all sorts of useful and potentially … Read more

From the Baker City Herald's historical files

50YEARS AGO from the Democrat-Herald June 1, 1968 Cecil Holloway, Junior High school principal, will … Read more

News of Record for June 1, 2018

Deaths Ruth Lea Watson: 79, of La Grande, died May 29, 2018, at St. Alphonsus … Read more

Water Withdrawal

Public works director optimistic about summer supply situation

Michelle Owen noticed what was missing while she was driving to Baker City Hall Tuesday … Read more

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