Washington culvert case seen as Western water issue
Courtesy Washington State Department of Transportation
Washington culvert case seen as Western water issue
Washington attorney general appeals culvert case to U.S. Supreme Court

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National wool and sheep review
Slaughter lambs were mostly lower. Slaughter ewes were steady to 5.00 lower.
West Coast grain price report
Bids for US 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland for ordinary protein trended 26.50 to 35.00 cents per bushel lower compared to week ago prices for the same delivery period, from 4.89 to 5.25.
California shell egg price report
Asking prices for next week are 9 cents lower for Jumbo and Extra Large, 7 cents lower for Large and 4 cents higher for Medium and Small.
Fluid milk and cream review — West
Bottled milk demand is strong due to schools being back in session in most parts of California.
National feeder and stocker cattle report
As the week progressed, sales became mixed from 3.00 lower to 5.00 higher.
Western hay price report
Premium and good Alfalfa were steady to slightly higher in the Columbia Basin.
Organic Valley butter plant opens in W. Oregon
Organic Valley butter plant opens in W. Oregon
The Organic Valley co-op has opened its first facility outside Wisconsin.
Wildfire threatens buildings in Central Oregon; shelter opens
More than 200 firefighters were working to establish containment lines near Sisters, Ore.
Eclipse traffic already heavy in central Oregon
Eclipse traffic already heavy in central Oregon
About 1 million people are expected to visit Oregon in the coming days.
Vegas lawyers confidents laws will follow pot evolution
Experienced license-holders are now looking more for clarification on individual regulations in 2017.

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Washington culvert case seen as Western water issue
Washington attorney general appeals culvert case to U.S. Supreme Court
ODFW shoots third Harl Butte wolf for livestock attacks
Ranchers have asked that the entire pack be wiped out, but ODFW is taking what it calls an incremental approach.
Wildfires scorch portions of the West
Organic Valley butter plant opens in W. Oregon
Wildfire threatens buildings in Central Oregon; shelter opens

Nation/World

Western Innovator: New way to keep produce fresh
James Rogers, 32, came up with the idea of putting a natural protective sheen on produce to keep it fresh.
Wildfires scorch portions of the West
The Lolo Peak Fire has burned 23.5 square miles of timber.
National wool and sheep review
West Coast grain price report
California shell egg price report

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Washington culvert case seen as Western water issue
Washington attorney general appeals culvert case to U.S. Supreme Court
ODFW shoots third Harl Butte wolf for livestock attacks
Ranchers have asked that the entire pack be wiped out, but ODFW is taking what it calls an incremental approach.
Western Innovator: New way to keep produce fresh
Wildfires scorch portions of the West
Fluid milk and cream review — West

Opinion

Federal government victimized Duarte in wetlands case
Farmer John Duarte sought due process in his battle with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Public needs ‘Fresh Look’ at GMO crops
An effort by Amalgamated Sugar Co. and Western Sugar Co. will provide consumers with facts so they can make an informed decision about genetically...
The problem with biosolids
We’re still waiting for those better trade deals
Oregon’s growing marijuana problem

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Oregon nursery industry reclaims No. 1 spot
Nurseries make a strong comeback from the years-long recession.
Bamboo a life-long fascination
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Peoria Gardens pursues sustainability
Gray’s Garden Centers make a comeback
Farwest Show promises the extraordinary