Letter to the Editor for April 15, 2019

Boardman-to-Hemingway power line is far from a done deal Reading Jayson Jacoby’s recent “State moves … Read more

Humbled by meetings with America’s veterans

I recently read a fine new book about the Korean war and it occurred to … Read more

Letter to the Editor for April 12, 2019

Green New Deal is a start to addressing U.S. issues I see two pivotal issues … Read more

Letter to the Editor for April 8, 2019

Concerned school district acted hastily with coach Mr. Witty: I find it interesting that most … Read more

Highest standards for youth coaches

With the benefit of hindsight, the Baker School District’s decision to retain Warren Wilson as … Read more

Letter to the Editor for April 5, 2019

Keep sexual, gender identity topics out of schools’ health education standards It has been brought … Read more

Pondering newspapers’ futures — and pasts

I’ve fielded quite a lot of questions recently about the future of the Baker City … Read more

Letters to the Editor for April 3, 2019

Herald should use caution in selecting outside materials I am responding to the editorial “Trump … Read more

Voters should decide on executions

Former Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber didn’t always respect voters’ opinions regarding the imposition of the … Read more

Circular argument: The safety of roundabouts

I recently read a report dealing with how drivers negotiate roundabouts, and the findings defy … Read more

Letter to the Editor for March 29, 2019

There’s no excuse for kidnapping children Why are we receiving so little information regarding the … Read more

Letters to the Editor for March 22, 2019

Concerned about accuracy of allegations against coach I’ve known Warren Wilson for nearly 40 years … Read more

Forest management and the best laid plans

The federal government has rarely finished a task in a year that couldn’t be stretched … Read more

Letter to the Editor for March 15, 2019

Extend playground effort spirit to political commentary It raised my spirits to read the three … Read more

Carbon taxation and the rural-urban divide

Oregon’s rural-urban divide is a fixture of the state’s political landscape but oftentimes, it seems … Read more

Letters to the Editor for March 13, 2019

Claims about volcanic pollution are nonsensical Here we go again. I find myself again shooting … Read more

Letters to the Editor for March 11, 2019

Kids put on a great and funny play Last week my husband and I were … Read more

Students make us all proud

What a winter it was for Baker High School students. State records were broken. Trophies … Read more

Letters to the Editor for March 8, 2019

Carbon limit legislation would cost a lot, do little The cap and trade legislation efforts … Read more

Glad to know rescuers are always ready to go

My imagination is not especially vivid but I have on occasion realized that by making … Read more

Moving past our recent delivery struggles

The snowiest February in at least a couple decades. A printing press that suffered the … Read more

Let’s keep the lead in contest for playground

Baker City is in a three-way race, and about halfway through we’re pretty far out … Read more

Letter to the Editor for March 6, 2019

Frightening film about the effects of bottled water My wife, myself and others came together … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Feb. 27, 2019

Baker City needs votes for all-abilities playground The residents of Baker City are voting for … Read more

Letter to the Editor for March 1, 2019

Carbon cap will devastate Baker County’s economy Baker County and the surrounding rural areas will … Read more

Belated winter and the snowshovel search

This winter had been so benign that not only did I forget we owned two … Read more

When a tax cut is tax ‘entrapment’

Politics is a strange endeavor, and rarely has it been stranger than during the era … Read more

Speak up on carbon limits bill

Global climate change is a real problem, and a serious problem, but Oregonians can’t solve … Read more

What instructions? Bookshelves made easy

My wife and I built a bookcase recently and only once did she have to … Read more

Letter to the Editor for Feb. 20, 2019

Harvey’s change on county role in managing federal land I was quite surprised to read … Read more

Letter to the Editor for Feb. 18, 2019

Glad city is trying to clean up nuisance properties While reading the paper today I … Read more

Book reveals new insights into the Cold War

The work of historians is particularly useful, naturally, when it describes events that happened before … Read more

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