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On last day of summer, snow falling in the Sierra Nevada
Several inches of snow were expected at elevations of at least 6,000 feet in the northern Sierra.

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Rain Brings Relief For Oregon Wildfires, But Also New Risks
The rain forces firefighters to think about other hazards.
Judge: Mining company in contempt for Idaho water pollution
Atlanta Gold Corp. to pay up to half a million dollars in fines and penalties if they don’t fix the problems by next year.
Water agency chief: Gold Butte boundary change could be good
Zinke’s memo to Trump noted the Mesquite water district’s “historic water rights”.
Young rancher follows in his family’s footsteps
Young rancher follows in his family’s footsteps
Trent Pynch, 21, is a already veteran at handling sheep.
Interior secretary recommends shrinking 6 national monuments
Interior secretary recommends shrinking 6 national monuments
The monuments under review were designated by four presidents over the last two decades.
Herbert: Zinke signaled Grand-Staircase should be shrunk
Utah's governor says Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has signaled he's recommending that President Donald Trump shrink Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
Unhealthy Air Quality From Wildfires Persists Across Much Of Oregon
About two dozen wildfires are burning around Oregon now.
Some Residents Allowed To Return Home During Eagle Creek Fire
The fire is 13 percent contained and about 1,700 people remain under evacuation orders.
Round-Up celebrates Farmers Ending Hunger
Round-Up celebrates Farmers Ending Hunger
Wednesday was Farmers Ending Hunger Day at the Pendleton Round-Up, where the organization received $10,000 in donations.
Beef Counts feeds record number of families in need
Beef Counts feeds record number of families in need
The Washington beef industry donated $50,000, bringing total donations to $710,000.

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