from the Democrat-Herald

November 29, 1969

“The Drug Scene Within Our Society,” will be examined for Baker area residents on Monday at 9:45 a.m. in the Education Service District building, 2090 Fourth St., in the third contemporary lecture presented by the division of Continuing Education.


from the Baker City Herald

November 29, 1994

Saturday’s Twilight Christmas Parade in Baker City drew 41 entrants and a large turnout of spectators.


from the Baker City Herald

November 30, 2009

There will be a new Class 4A football champion in Oregon this season.

That’s because last year’s champion, Astoria, fell 21-14 to Baker Saturday in the 4A quarterfinals at Bulldog Memorial Stadium.


from the Baker City Herald

November 30, 2018

Superintendent Mark Witty and members of the Baker School Board are on a mission.

They hope to hear from voters who represent the opinions of the 4,744 people who opposed the District’s $48 million bond measure on the Nov. 6 ballot, and then use what they hear to go back to those same voters with a plan the naysayers would support.

That was the consensus after a discussion of the topic Wednesday as part of a day-long work session at the District Office.

Had the measure passed, the bond money would have been paired with a $4 million state matching grant to build a new elementary school and to make other improvements throughout the District. To obtain that grant a second time, which Witty said would be a possibility, the District would have to seek approval of another bond in a November election.

On Nov. 6, voters rejected the proposed measure, with 4,747 voting no and 2,199 voting yes.

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