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Aug. 21 total solar eclipse already causing havoc
Aug. 21 total solar eclipse already causing havoc
Hotel and motel rooms in the path of the eclipse have been full for a couple years, but you and 30 to 40 others can rent a farm and stay in an RV for $35,000.

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Good cherry season for consumers, not so much for growers
Good cherry season for consumers, not so much for growers
The Northwest cherry industry has set a new record of 536,000 boxes per day of cherries shipped in the first 20 days of July and may pass 25 million boxes for the season. Prices and grower returns are low.
Trial studies application of herbicide through drip systems in onions
Trial studies application of herbicide through drip systems in onions
A field trial conducted by Oregon State University researchers could lead to a special need label for an herbicide that has proven effective in controlling the weed yellow nutsedge in bulb onions.
ODFW confirms wolf attack on calf in Wallowa County
ODFW confirms wolf attack on calf in Wallowa County
One of the calf’s bite wounds was 4 inches long and 3 inches wide.
Reward offered in shooting of Oregon bald eagle
Reward offered in shooting of Oregon bald eagle
The bird is being cared for at an Audubon rehabilitation center in Portland.
Sugar beet growers battle glyphosate-resistant kochia
Sugar beet growers battle glyphosate-resistant kochia
The number of glyphosate-resistant kochia weeds in sugar beet fields is growing in Eastern Oregon and weed scientists believe it’s a matter of time before they appear in larger numbers in Idaho as well.
Water plentiful in Eastern Oregon, southwestern Idaho
Water plentiful in Eastern Oregon, southwestern Idaho
Record or near-record snowpack levels in basins around southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon have provided the region’s farmers with a full supply of irrigation water this year. The water season may extend longer than normal in some areas and...
Robotic milkers popular despite dairy slump
Robotic milkers popular despite dairy slump
Robotic milkers remain popular among dairymen despite the slump in milk prices due to fears of worker shortages.
Facility could speed onion delivery, open markets
Facility could speed onion delivery, open markets
The Idaho and Oregon onion industry has already started making plans to ensure a proposed rail transload facility in Malheur County is done right.
19-year-old firefighter killed by falling tree in Montana
A 19-year-old firefighter has died after being struck by a falling tree while responding to a blaze in western Montana
Cascade-Siskiyou Monument Divide On Display During Zinke Visit
Most of Oregon’s statewide elected officials spoke in support, while commissioners in Jackson, Klamath and Siskiyou counties opposed the 48,000-acre expansion.

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