Baker City Herald

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Baker City Herald
Baker City Herald Logo.jpg
Owner(s) Western Communications
Publisher Kari Borgen
Editor Jayson Jacoby
Founded May 11, 1870
Headquarters 1915 1st Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814 USA
Circulation 2,304
Website www.bakercityherald.com

The Baker City Herald is a tri-weekly paper published in Baker City, Oregon, United States, since 1870.[1] It is published on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays by Western Communications and has a circulation of 2,304.[1] It competes with The Record-Courier, a weekly.

History[edit]

The Herald was established as the Bedrock-Democrat on May 11, 1870.[2] In 1887 Ira Bowen and George Small purchased the newspaper for $2500. Bowen and Small published the Daily Democrat and ran the Bedrock Democrat as a weekly edition.[3] In 1929, the Bedrock-Democrat merged with the city's other daily paper, the Morning Herald, to become the Baker Democrat-Herald.[2] When the city's name was changed from Baker back to Baker City in 1990, the paper was renamed to Baker City Herald.[2] The Herald went from being published five days a week to three on June 1, 2009.[2]

As of 2014, the paper's publisher is Kari Borgen and its editor Jayson Jacoby.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Baker City Herald". Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association. Retrieved 2014-11-25. 
  2. ^ a b c d "About the Baker City Herald". Baker City Herald. Retrieved 2011-02-28. 
  3. ^ Hines, Rev. H.K. (1893). An Illustrated History of the State of Oregon (First ed.). Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co. p. 354. 

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