At any rate, as I think I've noted elsewhere, in at least the last 10 years, the bishop of the Diocese of Baker has not been at the Cathedral for the celebration of the anniversary of the dedication of the Cathedral on either April 9 or April 28. Even in 2008, for the centennial anniversary of the Cathedral, there was no bishop present: just the rector and two former pastors.
Prior to that, in October of 2007, Bishop-emeritus Thomas Connolly celebrated the 60th anniversary of his priesthood; at that time, in the presence of a couple of archbishops, several bishops, and numerous priests, the newly renovated Cathedral sanctuary was "blessed and re -dedicated" (see the Cathedral parish website). Still...the bishop of the Diocese of Baker was not in attendance!
The anniversary of a cathedral's dedication is to be celebrated as a solemnity in the cathedral parish; it is celebrated as a feast elsewhere in the diocese. The cathedral is the "mother church" of the diocese and should be a liturgical example of excellence to the rest of the parishes, according to the Ceremonial of Bishops.
It could be so in the Diocese of Baker, but it is not so at present.
Perhaps our new bishop will make the necessary adjustment by next year.