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Severe winter weather will delay delivery of some papers
Weather has delayed delivery of some copies of the Jan. 13 edition of the Capital Press.
Weather Service warns of flooding as heavy rain and warm weather approaches
Portland will shake off the snow that paralyzed the city, but a different kind of trouble is headed toward the region.
Ranchers dread effects of Cascade-Siskiyou monument expansion
Ranchers dread effects of Cascade-Siskiyou monument expansion
The expansion announced Thursday adds about 48,000 acres to southwestern Oregon monument.
Opponents call foul on mega-dairy construction
Opponents call foul on mega-dairy construction
A coalition of health and environmental groups are asking the state to investigate construction of an as yet permitted mega-dairy.
Oregon’s largest orchard sells to Washington fruit grower
Members of the Foreman family, of Wenatchee, Wash., have bought Earl Brown & Sons in Milton-Freewater.
Industry to air concerns about herbicide-resistant weeds
Industry to air concerns about herbicide-resistant weeds
The Pacific Northwest agricultural industry will discuss herbicide resistance developing in weeds at a Jan. 24 listening session in Pasco, Wash.
Cold weather may help farmers battle destructive bugs
Cold weather may help farmers battle destructive bugs
Freezing temperatures warm the hearts of pest specialists, because the cold may reduce the number of pests that eat berries and other crops.
Investigation turns up dead, malnourished cattle in Hermiston
The Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a case of animal neglect involving 14 dead cattle in Hermiston.
Judge rules in million-dollar disputes
An Idaho farmer is owed $1.3 million for potatoes, and a sweet potato fry processor wins its case against H.J. Heinz.
Massive storm system dumps rain across California, Nevada
Massive storm system dumps rain across California, Nevada

RENO, Nev. (AP) — A massive storm system stretching from Northern California to Nevada sent rivers overflowing and toppled trees — prompting evacuations, school cancellations, road closures and warnings of dangerous mudslides for...

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