All lanes were inundated when a powerful storm brought down boulders and trees from hillsides made bare by last month’s wildfires.
Senate and House then pass 'very fragile' Hirst bill
The state Senate is scheduled to vote on the water bill and the capital budget Thursday night.
The Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District is committed to supporting local students who care about natural resources and wish to promote conservation, impacting future natural resource decisions.
Speaking at the University of Idaho’s 2018 Eastern Idaho Potato Conference, Doug Gross reflected on a “very wild ride.”
Washington berry grower Jerry Dobbins dies at 77.
Under a law passed last year, Oregon will begin allowing permit holders to salvage roadkill in 2019.
The 2018 finalists include Stephanie Breazile of Linn and Benton Counties, Donata Doornenbal of Marion County, Rachel Jenck of Tillamook, Megan Sprute of Washington County and Jessica Monroe of Yamhill County.
To conservative followers, the plainspoken 71-year-old Cliven Bundy is an icon, but conservation advocates characterize Bundy as an outlaw.
Wildlife Services killed more than 400 beavers in Oregon in 2016 as part of a federal effort to control damage to agricultural fields, timber land and roadways.
Payne pleaded guilty to conspiracy, a felony, in July 2016, before the refuge trial began.
Hundreds of rescue workers are slogging through knee-deep ooze and using long poles to probe for bodies as the search drags on for victims of the mudslides that slammed the Southern California town of Montecito
Connect Americans Now, which launched Jan. 2, is building partnerships across the country to bring high-speed internet to rural America.
Cliven Bundy appears to relish the return to the public eye after being set free from federal custody Monday for the first time since early 2016.