Developer says petition against his project will hurt all landowners
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Developer says petition against his project will hurt all landowners
A developer says if a proposed petition that seeks to ask voters to overturn a land-use decision made by Ada County commissioners is successful, it would threaten the property rights of Idaho farmers and other landowners.

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Developer says petition against his project will hurt all landowners
A developer says if a proposed petition that seeks to ask voters to overturn a land-use decision made by Ada County commissioners is successful, it...
Oregon ag operations move to gain ‘B Corp’ certification
Certification means businesses have pledged to treat workers fairly and to be mindful of their impact on the environment and their communities.
Wolves suspected in another NE Oregon attack
WSDA nips gypsy moth outbreak in the bush
Analysis recommends smokejumper base remain in Methow Valley

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Analysis recommends smokejumper base remain in Methow Valley
A new analysis is recommending that Washington's only smokejumper base remain in the Methow Valley, considered the birthplace of smokejumping
Oregon National Guard heads to wildfire near Crater Lake
Over 100 Oregon National Guard members are deploying to southern Oregon to fight a fire near Crater Lake as the state endures peak wildfire season,...
Drama closes US trial: Bundy case defense lawyers stay mute
Loans stable despite falling farm incomes
Comments sought on Idaho plan to regulate water pollution

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Developer says petition against his project will hurt all landowners
A developer says if a proposed petition that seeks to ask voters to overturn a land-use decision made by Ada County commissioners is successful, it...
Wolves suspected in another NE Oregon attack
State wildlife managers are investigating whether another calf was killed by wolves.
WSDA nips gypsy moth outbreak in the bush
Analysis recommends smokejumper base remain in Methow Valley
Oregon National Guard heads to wildfire near Crater Lake

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