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Ruling may change Calif. water pricing, delivery
A ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals may affect the pricing and timing of water deliveries for certain irrigators in California.

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Relocation offers pour in for hot sauce maker
The city of Irwindale is suing the maker of Sriracha hot sauce and last week the Los Angeles suburb tentatively voted to declare the bottling plant a public nuisance.
‘The Virginian’ turns 80, recalls Oregon roots
‘The Virginian’ turns 80, recalls Oregon roots
Ranchers and farmers, particularly those over 50, grew up watching James Drury as "The Virginian" on television. The actor turned 80 and talked to Capital Press about growing up on his family's ranch in Salem.
Army Corps holds up permits for some irrigators
Army Corps holds up permits for some irrigators
Tree fruit crop loss will be substantial if the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers doesn't quickly approve permits for irrigators to get water in parts of the Columbia River lowered due to a crack in Wanapum Dam, the state director of Agriculture says.
Salmon swim past Wanapum Dam
A crack that was found February in Wanapum Dam resulted in a reservoir drawdown at the dam that had left the original fish ladders high and dry. But the fish ladders have been modified to allow passage.
Rains help east Oregon water picture
The water supply situation in eastern Oregon has improved a little because of a series of spring rainstorms, but it's still dire in certain parts.
Panel delays decision on California wolf listing
The California Fish and Game Commission put off a decision on whether to list the gray wolf under the state Endangered Species Act. The panel will take more testimony at a meeting June 4 in Fortuna, Calif., and make a decision at a special meeting in...
Author to give presentation on wolves
An attorney and author will give a presentation on wolves and take questions on April 24 in Yreka, Calif.
Consultant: Railroads already near capacity
Consultant: Railroads already near capacity
Transportation consultant Terry Whiteside says the Pacific Northwest rail capacity is already nearly full, and will be overly full with coal and oil trains through the region. He expects agricultural commodities to be adversely impacted by the increased...
Ross: FFA members are the future of ag
Ross: FFA members are the future of ag
California's FFA members met this week in Fresno and elected new officers. Tulare Western senior Dipak Kumar was elected president, Sierra Bryant of Templeton was elected secretary, Haley Warner of Altaville-Bret Harte was elected vice president, Ellen...
Drought declared in California’s Imperial County
The USDA has declared Imperial County in California as a primary disaster area because of drought.

California

Ruling may change Calif. water pricing, delivery
Navel orange yields better than expected after freeze
Relocation offers pour in for hot sauce maker
Panel delays decision on California wolf listing
Author to give presentation on wolves

Idaho

Idaho pulse acres expected to increase
Big Idaho spud truck starts third tour
Rangen curtailment stay lifted
Ag weather stations to benefit barley farmers
New officers take the reins of Idaho FFA

Oregon

‘The Virginian’ turns 80, recalls Oregon roots
Rains help east Oregon water picture
Judge sides with Forest Service on timber sale
Pesticide applicator investigated
State issues CAFO fines for manure handling problems

Washington

Army Corps holds up permits for some irrigators
Salmon swim past Wanapum Dam
Consultant: Railroads already near capacity
Small town to get grape crushing plant
Farmers sign on to Odessa water project

Montana

Nevada

Nevada governor weighs in on BLM-rancher dispute
Feds reopen comment period for bi-state grouse