from the Democrat-Herald

March 28, 1968

There is no basis to rumors in the Baker area that Paramount Pictures Inc. intends to pull out because of a labor disagreement.

Local Business Manager Barry Stern confirmed that the motion picture company is not leaving and does not intend to film their motion picture “Paint Your Wagon” elsewhere.


from the Baker City Herald

March 29, 1993

If the state Land Conservation and Development Commission has its way, Baker County residents will have to come up with almost a quarter of a million dollars over the next five years to update the county’s comprehensive plan.


from the Baker City Herald

March 28, 2008

Nick Myatt worried, for the whole long spell of wintry weeks, about the deer.

His fears turned out to be well-founded.

The recently concluded winter (concluded according to the calendar, anyway) culled Baker County’s deer herds with a ruthlessness unmatched since 1993.


from the Baker City Herald

March 29, 2017

A 5K run fundraiser to benefit the Bingham family will take place this Saturday in Haines.

Lifelong family friend Katie Hubbard, 22, has organized the “Hearts for Binghams 5K Run Fundraiser” as part of her internship project while attending Brigham Young University Idaho.

As of Tuesday morning, Hubbard said 80 people have registered to participate in the run. Not all who have visited the site want to run, but still want to help.

“There are some people who don’t want to run, but have donated money,” Hubbard said.

Runners will travel through the foothills and back roads of Baker Valley to raise money for the Bingham family.