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Oregon marijuana: Lots of data, few to analyze and check it
Oregon marijuana: Lots of data, few to analyze and check it
Oregon is awash in data on its marijuana industry but has few workers to monitor and check what its legal businesses are doing

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Rural brewery aims for Oregon land use fix
Rural brewery aims for Oregon land use fix
Agrarian Ales, an Oregon brewery, has stayed operational under a makeshift compromise with Lane County officials but hopes for a more permanent fix to its zoning problem.
Taiwan makes first purchase of western white wheat in three years
Taiwan makes first purchase of western white wheat in three years
The Asian nation recently purchased the blend of soft white wheat and club wheat after three years of purchasing only soft white wheat.
Late storms brighten SW Oregon water outlook
Late storms brighten SW Oregon water outlook
Several snow storms in the mountains and rain showers in the valleys during March and into April have been key in improving the region’s water conditions.
Motorist who struck bulls while on meth must pay over $23K
A southern Oregon man has been ordered to pay over $23,000 in restitution for eluding police while high on methamphetamine, crashing through a fence and hitting two Angus bull yearlings
Burgerville workers vote to unionize
Workers at a Burgerville in Southeast Portland have overwhelmingly approved the formation of a federally-recognized union
Vote Expected Soon On Bill To Protect Snake River Dams
Breaching the Lower Snake River dams in southeastern Washington has been a heated debate for decades.
Sea lion relocation proves futile in protecting fish at Willamette Falls
Sea lion relocation proves futile in protecting fish at Willamette Falls
Savvy sea lions continue to prey on vulnerable salmon and steelhead runs at Willamette Falls, even after wildlife officials tried relocating 10 of the animals to a beach on the Oregon Coast more than 200 miles away.
Student loans an obstacle for many young farmers
Student loans an obstacle for many young farmers
A survey of over 700 beginning and aspiring farmers and ranchers found that student loan debt was a key obstacle to making a living in agriculture or getting started.
Ag Fest to honor three groups for their ag efforts
Ag Fest to honor three groups for their ag efforts
College Hill High School in Corvallis, Echo FFA and the North Powder Farm to School Program will receive awards Sunday at Ag Fest.
After 15 years, ranchers, government defeat anti-grazing lawsuit
After 15 years, ranchers, government defeat anti-grazing lawsuit
An environmentalist lawsuit filed 15 years ago against livestock grazing in Oregon’s Malheur National Forest has been dismissed by a federal judge.

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