Open Campus opens doors to receiving high school diploma
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Open Campus opens doors to receiving high school diploma
The Open Campus program is under the extension division of Oregon State University and can help people obtain a high school diploma.

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Campbell Soup hurt by high carrot costs, falling soup sales
The Camden, New Jersey-based company said weather issues in California affected the carrot crop and caused costs to rise.
Meridian, Idaho, FFA Alumni sponsor annual auction
Meridian, Idaho, FFA Alumni sponsor annual auction
Because of the support the alumni chapter received, the auction was the most successful to date.
Cheese, butter prices fall
Cheese, butter prices fall
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week’s dairy industry news.
Study shows advantages of locating next fry plant in Idaho
Study shows advantages of locating next fry plant in Idaho
An economics study funded by the Idaho Potato Commission concludes Idaho would be the best location for the next fry processing plant.
Ag industry: CAHNRS dean candidates are ‘exceptional’
Ag industry: CAHNRS dean candidates are ‘exceptional’
Agricultural stakeholders and Washington State University faculty will meet with the four candidates for the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences the week of Nov. 27 and Dec. 4.
Farm group reactions mixed on federal tax relief package
Farm group reactions mixed on federal tax relief package
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and other groups laud the proposed eventual elimination of the estate tax, but they’re concerned about restrictions on business interest deductions they say could harm rural America.
U.S. hay exports heading for new records
U.S. hay exports heading for new records
West Coast hay exports, the vast majority of U.S. hay exports, are likely to set new volume and dollar records in 2017, analysts say.
EPA can’t link cows to fouled shellfish
EPA can’t link cows to fouled shellfish
EPA study can't find cattle fecal coliform in Nooksack River, Portage Bay or creeks
Chinese logging ban to boost demand for foreign timber
Chinese logging ban to boost demand for foreign timber
A ban on commercial logging natural forests in China is expected to boost the country’s demand for foreign logs.
IA’s Vanguard Award Selected Close-Spaced LEPA Installations
IA’s Vanguard Award Selected Close-Spaced LEPA Installations

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State

Oregon standoff figure Darryl Thorn sentenced to prison
Twenty six people were indicted in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation case. Most accepted plea bargains and avoided prison.
Montana names new state parks administrator
Montana has named a state parks administrator nearly a year after the previous one was fired
Federal court blocks sheep grazing in eastern Idaho
Campbell Soup hurt by high carrot costs, falling soup sales
Study shows advantages of locating next fry plant in Idaho

Nation/World

Oregon standoff figure Darryl Thorn sentenced to prison
Twenty six people were indicted in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation case. Most accepted plea bargains and avoided prison.
Montana names new state parks administrator
Montana has named a state parks administrator nearly a year after the previous one was fired
Federal court blocks sheep grazing in eastern Idaho
Campbell Soup hurt by high carrot costs, falling soup sales
Farm group reactions mixed on federal tax relief package

Ag Sectors

Oregon standoff figure Darryl Thorn sentenced to prison
Twenty six people were indicted in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation case. Most accepted plea bargains and avoided prison.
Montana names new state parks administrator
Montana has named a state parks administrator nearly a year after the previous one was fired
Federal court blocks sheep grazing in eastern Idaho
Meridian, Idaho, FFA Alumni sponsor annual auction
Cheese, butter prices fall

Opinion

Open Campus opens doors to receiving high school diploma
The Open Campus program is under the extension division of Oregon State University and can help people obtain a high school diploma.
LETTER: Wolf shooting should be further investigated
The hunter’s claim of self defense goes against all science regarding wolf behavior in North America.
Feds turn flood insurance into a tool for land grabs in Oregon
Time for turkey trivia
No protection needed for wolves

Special Sections

Willamette Valley Ag Expo: 17 years of growth
Some 180 exhibitors — up from 168 last year — will offer their services, wares and equipment when the Expo opens its doors on Tuesday,...
All about this year’s Willamette Valley Ag Expo
The who, what, when, where of this year’s Expo.
Board members keep Ag Expo running smoothly
Dine Around Oregon will be biggest, best yet
Who’s who at the Willamette Valley Ag Expo