Talk:Baker City, Oregon

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Small error in page[edit]

I couldn't figure out how to edit the page to correct this, but there is an error. The link for Baker City's mayor, Jeff Petry, links to the wrong Jeff Petry -- a Canadian hockey player. Someone with more wiki experience should correct this.

--68.43.121.247 19:29, 3 March 2007 (UTC)

Done. Thanks for pointing it out. Katr67 21:20, 3 March 2007 (UTC)

Roman Catholic Diocese of Baker item moved from article[edit]

Baker City is also the seat of the Roman Catholic diocese for the state of Oregon east of the Cascade Mountains. While the diocese has been sued by about two dozen individuals claiming that they had been sexually abused by priests, it is not affected by the archdiocese of Portland filing for bankruptcy on July 6, 2004.

Not to censor anything, but is this really relevant to the city? It seems more appropriate to add it to the article about the diocese (perhaps the editor who added it didn't know there was one?). BTW, the Portland one is Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland. Katr67 18:19, 6 April 2007 (UTC)

Image Error[edit]

The Photo view of 1918 is much later as Baker Tower was not constructed until 1929—Preceding unsigned comment added by Chazran (talkcontribs) 16:13, February 23, 2009