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Driver dies in E. Oregon cattle truck crash
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Driver dies in E. Oregon cattle truck crash
A semi-trailer truck hauling cattle crashed Tuesday on Interstate 84 in Eastern Oregon, killing the driver and five cows.

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Companies promote new apples at PMA Fresh Summit
Companies promote new apples at PMA Fresh Summit
Chelan Fresh Marketing and Oneonta Starr Ranch Growers are among Washington companies promoting limited-volume, proprietary apple varieties at Produce Marketing Association’s annual Fresh Summit in Florida.
WSU remembers Paul Allen as friend, ‘legendary donor’
WSU remembers Paul Allen as friend, ‘legendary donor’
Washington State University remembers Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and a philanthropist and community builder. The Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health at WSU bears his name.
California winds easing, wildfire risk narrowing
Pacific Gas & Electric said it expected to restore power Tuesday to the last of about 60,000 Northern California customers.
Idaho owes about $20 million for 2018 wildfire season
Idaho will owe about $20 million in firefighting costs for the 2018 wildfire season
Regulators Discuss New Plans For Nuclear Waste At Hanford
Oregon Department of Energy has raised concerns that federal officials are moving too quickly.
Attorney general issues opinion on conservation easement
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox says the governor "unilaterally ignored" the law when he approved a conservation easement without approval from the state Land Board
Idaho wildlife official resigns after killing baboon family
The photo of the baboons caused at least two former Idaho Fish and Game Commission members to call for Fischer’s resignation.
More than 40 classes for small farmers at Farm & Food Expo
The Farm & Food Expo in Spokane Nov. 2-3 offers more than 40 classes for small-acreage farmers, garden enthusiasts and “foodies.”
Future Natural Resource Leaders meet in Scio
Future Natural Resource Leaders meet in Scio
FNRL, chartered in 2016 to bridge the gap between classroom training and real world applications, is one of seven Career and Technical Student Leadership Organizations in Oregon.
Idaho Association of Plant Protection annual meeting set
Dry spell, high heat moderated some 2018 disease pressure

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Oregon

Driver dies in E. Oregon cattle truck crash
A semi-trailer truck hauling cattle crashed Tuesday on Interstate 84 in Eastern Oregon, killing the driver and five cows.
State slaps Lost Valley Farm with $187,000 fine
Even if the controversial Lost Valley Farm cleans up its wastewater problems under a new operator, the Oregon Department of Agriculture will proceed...
Regulators Discuss New Plans For Nuclear Waste At Hanford
Future Natural Resource Leaders meet in Scio
Judge approves auction of Oregon beef packer assets

Washington

Larson Orchard settles lawsuit with H-2A workers
A Washington tree fruit company has agreed, in an out-of-court settlement, to pay lost wages and rehire 18 seasonal foreign guestworkers in 2019 whom...
Companies promote new apples at PMA Fresh Summit
Chelan Fresh Marketing and Oneonta Starr Ranch Growers are among Washington companies promoting limited-volume, proprietary apple varieties at...
WSU remembers Paul Allen as friend, ‘legendary donor’
Regulators Discuss New Plans For Nuclear Waste At Hanford
More than 40 classes for small farmers at Farm & Food Expo

Idaho

Jensen, Cornelison, appointed to Idaho Potato Commission
Joining nine-member panel at Oct. 24 meeting
Idaho owes about $20 million for 2018 wildfire season
Idaho will owe about $20 million in firefighting costs for the 2018 wildfire season
Idaho wildlife official resigns after killing baboon family
Idaho Association of Plant Protection annual meeting set
Man survives grizzly bear attack in Montana wilderness

California

California winds easing, wildfire risk narrowing
Pacific Gas & Electric said it expected to restore power Tuesday to the last of about 60,000 Northern California customers.
Power switched off in Northern California amid fire fears
Northern California's biggest utility has shut off power to tens of thousands of customers to prevent wildfires amid rising winds and official...
Water infrastructure bill includes provisions for Klamath Project
California winery works with investigators on label controversy
Effort to feed seaweed to burping cows gets research boost

Montana

Attorney general issues opinion on conservation easement
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox says the governor "unilaterally ignored" the law when he approved a conservation easement without approval from the...
New mining claims banned on public land near Yellowstone
Monday’s action does not stop mining on private land or take away pre-existing mining claims on public lands.
Montana Hemp farmer harvests first crop after water battle
Montana tribe deflects blame for misuse of water money
Grizzly bear killed by hunting guide in northern Wyoming

Nevada

Nevada board recommends $3.8M more to fight wildfires
The Nevada Board of Examiners has recommended approval of an additional $3.8 million to cover the cost of fighting wildfires this past summer
Federal officials planning expansion at Pocatello air base
Federal officials are expanding a firefighting air base in eastern Idaho
Arizona officials look to reach Colorado River drought deal