At the De Jong place, miniature goats often hop on the backs of cows - and hang on for the ride
The legislation would reauthorize the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network program, which was au
The Thomas fire covered more than 440 square miles and destroyed more than 1,000 buildings.
Police in central California say a couple fleeing immigration officials died after losing control of their SUV and crashing it against a power pole
A financially struggling Montana county that is 82 percent federal forest land has sent the federal government a $445,000 bill for taxes to help pay for essential services
Oregon’s 30-year-old policy limits police from cooperating with federal immigration efforts.
The warnings follow the deadly disaster that struck Montecito in January, when a storm unleashed debris flows.
Agritourism business supports hunger relief by donating portion of ticket sales and merchandise proceeds to Oregon nonprofits.
Late-season snow near the Oregon-California border a welcome sight, but the snowpack is still less than half of what an average winter brings.
Region 3 is one of the more populated regions and includes some of the best hunting and fishing terrain in the state.
Three men have been arraigned on charges stemming from a wildfire that authorities say was sparked by their target shooting
Zoning restrictions are threatening the future of a rural Oregon brewery that’s grown popular with urban tourists.
Rhonda Swanson came up with the “Thank a Farmer” program about 10 years ago after talking to a Wisconsin dairy farm family and hearing the children talk about being bullied at school because of their lifestyle.
In rural Oregon, emergency response can take much longer.