from the Democrat-Herald

January 28, 1969

School District 5J’s Budget Board Monday evening approved a four percent increase to the existing salary schedule for its teachers.

Also, as part of the salary package, the board authorized the district to pay $8 a month medical protection for all full-time personnel.


from the Baker City Herald

January 28, 1994

Gov. Barbara Roberts’ announced a $7 million reduction in the Department of Corrections apparently won’t have a big effect on the Powder River Correctional Facility in Baker City. At least initially.


from the Baker City Herald

January 28, 2009

Mary Jo. St. Clair has been awarded the first DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses at St. Elizabeth Health Services.

The award, presented in collaboration with The American Organization of Nurse Executives, is part of the DAISY Foundation’s program to recognize the efforts of nurses every day, according to a prepared release.


from the Baker City Herald

January 29, 2018

Baker City Councilor Adam Nilsson has served notice to city and county officials that he plans to file lawsuits against Baker County and the Baker City Police Department and employees of both entities.

The lawsuit is tied to an incident on Aug. 1, 2017, when Nilsson and a friend made a trip to an abandoned cement plant along Interstate 84 near Huntington.

Nilsson, 46, of 307 Hillcrest Drive, submitted letters by registered mail and in person earlier this week that state his intent to sue Baker County and Sheriff’s Department employees Lt. Jef Van Arsdall and deputy Gabe Maldonado, and the Baker City Police Department.

Nilsson said he sent the letters in order to meet the 180-day time line for tort claim notices — a step required for people who plan to file lawsuits against public bodies or their employees.