Farmer Bill Case of Linn County, Ore., says the Corps of Engineers and the Oregon Department of State Lands told him the work was OK.
Oregon Liquor Control Commission has only 23 inspectors for more than 1,200 marijuana grows and retail outlets.
With their wine sales growth outperforming other regions, Oregon producers should avoid resting on t
Judge sentenced teenager to five years of probation, 1,920 hours of community service.
The National Weather Service says the Portland metro area and Southwest Washington could get 3 to 8 inches of snow Tuesday
Weekend hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24 and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25.
The goal of the prize competition is eradicate mussels in large water bodies. The deadline for ideas is Feb. 28.
In addition to losing pasture forage, fence damage caused by elk is also a major issue and expense for ranchers.
The House Agriculture Committee has approved three bills dealing with hemp, wolves and carbon, but they must clear the Joint Ways and Means Committee before coming up for a floor vote.
East Oregon farmers say it will be tough to replace Clint Shock, the retiring director of Oregon State University’s Malheur County agricultural experiment station.
Navigation locks on the Columbia and Snake rivers will close for annual repairs and maintenance March 3. They are scheduled to reopen March 18 or 25.
Farmers may be expected to increase erosion control efforts due to stricter mercury pollution limits in Oregon’s Willamette river basin.
Triple Creek Ranch and Schaafsma Ranch hope to benefit from energy generated off of their shared irrigation pipeline.
California officials are warning people not to eat the Mexican cactus known as nopales over concerns they may be tainted with unapproved pesticides