from the Democrat-Herald

January 3, 1968

A record turnout of skiers and sightseers visited the Anthony Lakes ski area over the Christmas-New Year holiday.


from the Baker City Herald

January 4, 1993

Looking for a fun, interesting and educational winter activity suitable for the whole family?

Try “ecological tourism” provided by Alice Trindle and her business partner, Susan Triplett. And don’t leave home without your camera.

Trindle and Triplett have contracted with the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife to feed elk from a horse-drawn hay wagon.


from the Baker City Herald

January 3, 2008

Finding Doris Anderson near Eagle Creek in early September continues to pay dividends for the Baker County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue team.

County commissioners decided Wednesday to allocate $4,880.45 from federal timber payments to reimburse part of the cost of the search for Anderson, the 76-year-old Sandy woman lost 13 days in the Wallowa Mountains before she was found by Baker County Sheriff’s Deputy Travis Ash and Oregon State Police Sr. Trooper Chris Hawkins.


from the Baker City Herald

January 4, 2017

A cold snap is one thing.

A cold month is quite another.

Baker City hasn’t reached the latter milestone, but it looks as though it will be a very near thing.

The temperature at the airport hasn’t climbed above freezing since Dec. 11.

That makes 23 consecutive sub-freezing days, if you’re counting.

(And probably you’d rather not.)

The National Weather Service does not expect that we’ll end the chilly stretch this week, either, although the temperature is forecast to rise to 32 on Monday.