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Editorial: Klamath Basin aid a small start
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Editorial: Klamath Basin aid a small start
The federal government, which lured farmers to the basin with the promise of cheap land and plentiful water, should be obligated to do whatever it can to help preserve the farmers and ranchers now endangered by the impacts of environmental policy...

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Column: Oregon state agencies out of control
Column: Oregon state agencies out of control
Oregon state agencies are definitely expanding their heavy-handed powers, and modeling is just a prime example.
Letter: Trump trade policy costs farmers
How can Capital Press possibly support a $12 billion expenditure to counteract the effects of lousy trade negotiating?
Editorial: Another farm bill deadline missed
Editorial: Another farm bill deadline missed
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Editorial: Washington oyster farmers need help
Editorial: Washington oyster farmers need help
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Letter: Thanks for printing drought column
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Editorial: Now we’re talking!
Editorial: Now we’re talking!
The U.S. should be courting a lot of other nations and trade blocs in addition to Mexico, Canada, South Korea and Japan.
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Editorial: Washington regs put brakes on hemp industry
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Columns

Column: Blockchain record-keeping not just a fad
A functioning blockchain can trace food illness outbreaks to the source, likely avoiding mass destruction of food that’s perfectly safe to eat...
Column: Oregon state agencies out of control
Oregon state agencies are definitely expanding their heavy-handed powers, and modeling is just a prime example.
Column: Inside the minds of millennials

Editorials

Editorial: Klamath Basin aid a small start
The federal government, which lured farmers to the basin with the promise of cheap land and plentiful water, should be obligated to do whatever it...
Editorial: Protect ranchers, not wolves
Many ranchers have lost faith in wildlife managers. They don’t even report wolf attacks on their livestock — would you?
Editorial: Washington oyster farmers need help
Editorial: Now we’re talking!

Letters

Letter: Name game bolsters support for Walden
Congressman Greg Walden doesn’t have to pretend to be someone he is not. He lets his record speak for itself.
Letter: Trump trade policy costs farmers
How can Capital Press possibly support a $12 billion expenditure to counteract the effects of lousy trade negotiating?
Letter: Thanks for printing drought column
Letter: Leave climate science to scientists