from the Democrat-Herald

April 25, 1968

Idaho Power Company announced Wednesday a “historical” public ceremony will be held in this deepest North American gorge May 5 to dedicate and officially complete its three-dam Hells Canyon development after two decades of national controversy and high-speed construction.


from the Baker City Herald

April 25, 1993

The Baker City Council will decide Tuesday night whether to approve a paving project on A, B, C, D and 12th streets.

The city plans to pave 12th Street between Campbell and D streets, and A, B, C and D streets between 11th and 12th streets.


from the Baker City Herald

April 25, 2008

Six Baker County residents were recognized Thursday morning in Baker City for heroic acts ranging from extraordinary service to the Red Cross to a devotion to animal rescue and a determination by law enforcement officers to follow their cases to the finish.

Greg Brown, Travis Ash, Chris Watkins, Christopher Galiszewski, Carmen Ott and Sharon Bass were honored during the second-annual Hometown Heroes Breakfast sponsored by the Eastern Oregon Chapter of the Red Cross at the Elks Lodge.


from the Baker City Herald

April 26, 2017

The second-graders in Gage Bingham’s class have an extra special reason to use hand sanitizer these days.

Gage, 8, of North Powder, had a heart transplant on April 5 at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, California.

He was discharged Saturday, April 22, and went back to his public school class in California this week.

His mom, Stacy Bingham, said she expected him to start back a little bit at a time, but he wanted to stay the entire day right away.