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Officials confirm another PCN-infested field
Officials confirm another PCN-infested field
Officials with USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service say a 150-acre field has been added to their list of Eastern Idaho farm fields under regulation for pale cyst nematode infestation.

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Onion facilities collapse under weight of snow
Onion facilities collapse under weight of snow
Severe weather in the Treasure Valley area of Eastern Oregon and Southwestern Idaho has caused the roofs of about 18 onion storage and packing facilities to collapse. That has caused major production disruptions that have resulted in soaring onion prices.
Lawmakers warned: Water fight will lead to lawsuits
Lawmakers warned: Water fight will lead to lawsuits
Washingon Senate committee warned: Responding to state Supreme Court rulngs will get you in hot water
Widow of slain Oregon standoff leader carries on his mission
Widow of slain Oregon standoff leader carries on his mission
Jeanette Finicum has become something of a cause celebre in the year since her husband’s death.
Timber industry may challenge Cascade-Siskiyou monument expansion
Travis Joseph, president of the Portland-based American Forest Resource Council, said Friday the expansion improperly included several thousand acres of federal land that Congress has prioritized for logging.
Wolverine caught on remote camera in west-central Idaho
Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Washington state are taking part in the study to find out if the animals can be reintroduced to some regions.
Grower forum will tackle falling number problems
A Washington Association of Wheat Growers forum Jan. 31 in Colfax, Wash., will discuss falling number with farmers.
Strawberry production stabilizes; China begins imports
Strawberry production stabilizes; China begins imports
California growers expect to plant 36,141 acres of strawberries this year, up slightly from 2016, as production set another record last year.
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.
Cattlemen meet new legislators, plan bills for 2017 session
The California Cattlemen’s Association is meeting new members of the Legislature and planning potential bills to sponsor in the 2017 session.

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California

Timber industry may challenge Cascade-Siskiyou monument expansion
Travis Joseph, president of the Portland-based American Forest Resource Council, said Friday the expansion improperly included several thousand acres...
Strawberry production stabilizes; China begins imports
California growers expect to plant 36,141 acres of strawberries this year, up slightly from 2016, as production set another record last year.
Cattlemen meet new legislators, plan bills for 2017 session
Agencies tout progress on California’s water-efficiency blueprint
More than 40 percent of California emerges from drought

Idaho

Officials confirm another PCN-infested field
Officials with USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service say a 150-acre field has been added to their list of Eastern Idaho farm...
Drone companies prepare to train pilots, expand opportunities
Western commercial drone companies say they’re preparing for growth, following a Federal Aviation Administration decision to relax...
Onion facilities collapse under weight of snow
Wolverine caught on remote camera in west-central Idaho
Idaho ag college asks state for $1.85 million infusion

Oregon

Western Innovator: Farm offers visitors taste of county living
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Onion facilities collapse under weight of snow
Severe weather in the Treasure Valley area of Eastern Oregon and Southwestern Idaho has caused the roofs of about 18 onion storage and packing...
Widow of slain Oregon standoff leader carries on his mission
Timber industry may challenge Cascade-Siskiyou monument expansion
Severe winter weather will delay delivery of some papers

Washington

WDFW hoped shooting 5 wolves would stop attacks
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife releases report on the $134,999 operation to kill seven wolves
Lawmakers warned: Water fight will lead to lawsuits
Washingon Senate committee warned: Responding to state Supreme Court rulngs will get you in hot water
Wolverine caught on remote camera in west-central Idaho
Grower forum will tackle falling number problems
County official wants Trump to stop grizzly restoration

Montana

Wolverine caught on remote camera in west-central Idaho
Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Washington state are taking part in the study to find out if the animals can be reintroduced to some regions.
Bird flu detected in Montana duck
Bird flu in Montana
Montana governor names fish and wildlife, agriculture directors
Groups file lawsuit over Bitterroot Forest recreation plan

Nevada

Northern California, Nevada brace for more storms
Snow is falling heavily in the Sierra Nevada with more expected Tuesday afternoon and into Thursday. A blizzard warning is in effect through...
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 —...

Nevada senator, congressman seek to limit national monuments
Rivers rise as massive storm moves into Northern California
Reno area braces for flooding