from the Democrat-Herald

November 1, 1969

CRANE — The unbeatable Huntington Locomotives crushed Crane 82-0 here Friday night.

The Locos rushed for 431 yards, completed 10 of 16 passes for 138 yards for a total of 569. Don McLean, Sherman Murray and Chuck McCoy each had three touchdowns.


from the Baker City Herald

November 1, 1994

ENTERPRISE — The U.S. Forest Service has awarded a contract to Anderson Logging of Naples, Idaho, to build four overlooks and two trailheads on the Oregon rim of Hells Canyon.


from the Baker City Herald

November 2, 2009

A federal spending bill approved by the Senate last week includes $1.5 million to buy “islands” of private property inside the boundaries of the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.


from the Baker City Herald

November 2, 2018

Studded tire season started Thursday and although local shops were busy, employees said the real rush usually doesn’t happen until the season’s first snowfall.

Oregon limits the use of studded tires because studies have shown that the metal studs that help keep vehicles from sliding on snow- or ice-covered roads also damage the pavement.

The Oregon Department of Transportation estimates studded tires cause $8.5 million in damage yearly.

Studded tires are legal from Nov. 1 through March 31. Occasionally the state extends the legal season for a couple of weeks when winter weather persists.

The fine for driving on studded tires outside the legal season is close to $200.

In Baker City, Lew Brothers Les Schwab, Commercial Tire and Baker Valley Mobile Tire all install studded tires. Although the legal season started Thursday, tire shops can install tires earlier if customers ask.

Lew Brothers manager Jake Pearce said Nov. 1 is busier than an average day, but not the busiest.

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