from the Democrat-Herald

June 11, 1968

Two areas were declared a public nuisance, a motion to start condemnation proceedings on a large building was passed, and the danger to life and limb of children playing near a sawdust burn were among the items discussed at length at the Baker City Council meeting Monday night.


from the Baker City Herald

June 11, 1993

Baker City’s downtown revitalization efforts will receive statewide recognition this weekend.

The Oregon Downtown Development Association will present the awards at its 11th annual Livable City Center Awards Saturday.


from the Baker City Herald

June 11, 2008

Following reports this week of tomatoes contaminated with salmonella making people sick as close to home as La Grande, restaurants and grocery stores in Baker City aren’t taking any chances.


from the Baker City Herald

June 12, 2017

Cindy Fuller had devoted several years to brightening her Baker City property with trees and flowers and raspberry bushes.

A hailstorm that lasted just a few minutes about 3 o’clock Friday afternoon ravaged much of what Fuller had accomplished.

“Everything on the property took a hit,” Fuller wrote in an email to the Herald. “Quite devastating for me to see all my hard work over the years I put into this land, trying to make it something instead of a barren lot, get damaged like this.”

Fuller lives at 1028 Resort St., in south Baker City between Indiana Avenue and Myrtle Street.

The storm, which brought hailstones about the size of marbles, seemed to focus its wrath on the southern part of town.