from the Democrat-Herald

June 17, 1969

George Pinnell, member of the national board of directors of the American Red Cross for the past two years, and a resident of Yakima, Wash., where he has been a board member since 1953, will make the principal address before the annual dinner meeting of the Baker County Chapter.


from the Baker City Herald

June 17, 1994

In the conflict between bighorn sheep and domestic sheep in Hells Canyon, the bighorns have been declared the winners.

Wallowa-Whitman National Forest Supervisor Bob Richmond has decided to remove all domestic sheep from the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area by Oct. 31.


from the Baker City Herald

June 17, 2009

Federal stimulus dollars are helping people in Baker County gain computer skills they need to land a job or get a better one.

Free computer training offered through the Training and Employment Consortium is available at the WorkSource Oregon office in Baker City.


from the Baker City Herald

June 18, 2018

Some parents have grainy video preserving their baby’s early days.

Judy Dubsky has a full-length musical produced by Paramount Pictures.

“It’s so exciting to hear their little voices,” she said.

In 1968, Dubsky, who lived in Baker City, had 3-month-old twins, Susan and Richard. That was the same time when Paramount Pictures was in need of infant twins to be featured in “Paint Your Wagon,” a movie filmed along East Eagle Creek in Baker County.

Dubsky shared her story about being part of the movie crew during a special event at the Baker Heritage Museum on Thursday.

This is the 50th anniversary of the filming and the museum unveiled a special exhibit this spring. Last week’s event aimed to collect more stories that could be added to the display.