Feeling sick at possibly being scammed by writers

My son Max learned the concept of duping recently and he employs this little trick … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 2, 2018

Walden deserves support from 2nd District voters I am writing in support of Congressman Greg … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 31, 2018

PEN America opposed Obama administration as well Thank you for your editorial on PEN America’s … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 29, 2018

Vote for progress; pass school bond measure As a registered voter, three months shy of … Read more

Secrecy in Salem

Last week wasn’t a good week for Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, but the political problems … Read more

Crammed onto the page, and happy about it

The columns containing letters to the editor for today’s issue crept steadily down the page, … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 26, 2018

Kirby well-prepared to take over as Baker County Clerk We are writing this letter in … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 24, 2018

I’ll be voting for Harvey, who comes up with solutions I normally don’t get involved … Read more

Double standards

Even before he was elected, we tired of Donald Trump’s sophomoric verbal jabs at the … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 22, 2018

Harvey has earned another term as commissioner Here are the facts: • Bill Harvey is … Read more

Fathers and sons, and a walk through the woods

I thought I appreciated the sheer bliss of walking through a forest on a fine … Read more

Winter worries

A little more than four months have passed since we wrote in this space about … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 19, 2018

Quality schools the foundation of community Quality schools are the foundation of thriving communities. You, … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 17, 2018

School bond will make needed changes possible I have lived in Baker City, Oregon, off … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 15, 2018

Nichols is a problem-solver with values Baker County needs I’m writing this letter to show … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 12, 2018

Congress should look inward before condemning others I am sick to death of congressional members … Read more

Seasonal confusion: Where’s the wiper switch?

I settled into the driver’s seat of the vehicle I’ve piloted most days for more … Read more

Merkley’s fire bill a good start

Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley is hardly the first politician to take up the challenge of … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 10, 2018

Why it’s important to vote for true conservative candidates I would like to express my … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 8, 2018

Harvey’s conservative claim rings hollow; vote for Nichols Mr. Harvey calls himself the conservative choice, … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 5, 2018

City shouldn’t make sweetheart real estate deals How dare the Baker City Council even think … Read more

‘Truth’ an elusive quarry in Kavanaugh debate

The words “truth” and “facts” have been ubiquitous in discussions about Supreme Court nominee Brett … Read more

Reservoirs again show their value

Reservoirs in and around Baker County have shrunken to comparative puddles, mute evidence to the … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 3, 2018

Harvey has proved that he deserves to be re-elected In examining our choices for Baker … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 1, 2018

Passing school bond will improve security for students I am writing in support of the … Read more

McCartney’s magic: Still on the stage at age 76

Paul McCartney is 76 years old and he just embarked on a world concert tour … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 28, 2018

Yes on school bond to benefit students, the community I am adding my support to … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 26, 2018

Walden needs to be replaced by McLeod-Skinner Greg Walden needs to go home. I am … Read more

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 24, 2018

Resident responds to letter This is in response to Mr. Rienks’ letter on Sept. 17. … Read more

Letter to the Editor for Sept. 21, 2018

At the Eastern Oregon Mining Association meeting of Sept. 7, Commissioner Bruce Nichols indicated several … Read more

Wilson Price Hunt: The West's forgotten man

Wilson Price Hunt ought to be famous. It’s true that he died 176 years ago, … Read more

Yes on 5J bond

We won’t try to minimize the Baker School District’s $48 million bond measure by dividing … Read more

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