Judge denies injunction against 500-acre logging project
Judge denies injunction against 500-acre logging project
Environmentalists have failed to win an injunction against a 500-acre logging project in Oregon’s Umpqua National Forest.

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‘Non-failure emergency’ lifted at Priest Rapids Dam
‘Non-failure emergency’ lifted at Priest Rapids Dam
A local public utility district, working with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, has lifted a non-failure emergency condition at mid-Columbia hydroelectric dam. Drilling has relieved pressure and monitoring has been stepped up.
China ‘regrets’ US leaving postal union amid trade dispute
Trump has said the 144-year-old UPU puts U.S. businesses at a disadvantage.
BLM Oregon-Washington state director headed to Colorado
The Bureau of Land Management has a new director in Colorado
Wet and mild: Warm winter predicted for much of the US
Forecaster says no place is expected to get a colder than normal winter.
Farm Bureau breaks down costs for new Dairy-RP insurance
Farm Bureau breaks down costs for new Dairy-RP insurance
Premiums for the new insurance product will vary depending on several factors such as location, coverage levels and contract quarters.
Editorial: Klamath Basin aid a small start
Editorial: Klamath Basin aid a small start
The federal government, which lured farmers to the basin with the promise of cheap land and plentiful water, should be obligated to do whatever it can to help preserve the farmers and ranchers now endangered by the impacts of environmental policy...
Editorial: Protect ranchers, not wolves
Editorial: Protect ranchers, not wolves
Many ranchers have lost faith in wildlife managers. They don’t even report wolf attacks on their livestock — would you?
Chinese cutbacks cause nitrogen price surge
Chinese cutbacks cause nitrogen price surge
Nitrogen fertilizer prices have surged since last year largely due to urea production cutbacks in China.
Yakima hotel transforms into farmworker housing
Yakima hotel transforms into farmworker housing
A large Yakima hotel has been mostly converted into farmworker housing and owners foresee it meeting more need as use of foreign guestworkers continues to grow.
Northwest farmers, ranchers endure intense 2018 fire season
Northwest farmers, ranchers endure intense 2018 fire season
The 2018 wildfire season had a severe impact on Northwestern agriculture, from burned crops and rangeland to health hazards from smoke.

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Judge denies injunction against 500-acre logging project
Environmentalists have failed to win an injunction against a 500-acre logging project in Oregon’s Umpqua National Forest.
Nunhems USA seeks Idaho DEQ approval for recycled-water plan
Project area includes buffer zones between irrigation site and sources of ground water and drinking water.
Food safety course will prepare participants for certification
Oregon ‘cottage food’ law showing benefits
‘Non-failure emergency’ lifted at Priest Rapids Dam

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Judge denies injunction against 500-acre logging project
Environmentalists have failed to win an injunction against a 500-acre logging project in Oregon’s Umpqua National Forest.
Food safety course will prepare participants for certification
The one-day workshop will be held in Idaho Falls and Twin Falls in early November.
Oregon ‘cottage food’ law showing benefits
China ‘regrets’ US leaving postal union amid trade dispute
BLM Oregon-Washington state director headed to Colorado

Ag Sectors

Judge denies injunction against 500-acre logging project
Environmentalists have failed to win an injunction against a 500-acre logging project in Oregon’s Umpqua National Forest.
Nunhems USA seeks Idaho DEQ approval for recycled-water plan
Project area includes buffer zones between irrigation site and sources of ground water and drinking water.
‘Non-failure emergency’ lifted at Priest Rapids Dam
BLM Oregon-Washington state director headed to Colorado
Wet and mild: Warm winter predicted for much of the US

Opinion

Editorial: Klamath Basin aid a small start
The federal government, which lured farmers to the basin with the promise of cheap land and plentiful water, should be obligated to do whatever it...
Editorial: Protect ranchers, not wolves
Many ranchers have lost faith in wildlife managers. They don’t even report wolf attacks on their livestock — would you?
Letter: Name game bolsters support for Walden
Column: Blockchain record-keeping not just a fad
Column: Oregon state agencies out of control

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Energy Trust measures success in watts, therms
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All equipment needs attention during winter
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