A former Reagan administration official urges defense of private property rights and says Reagan showed the way.
Washington agricultural exports rose for a fourth-straight quarter over the previous year, the state
New Washington Association of Wheat Growers president Larry Cochran, a Colfax, Wash., farmer, hopes
It's good that the president is focused on immigration reform but real solutions can only come from
Four months after the largest wildfire in Washington state history burned 256,000 acres, caused one death and millions of dollars in loss of 300 homes, 1,000 cattle, 500 miles of fencing and millions of board feet of timber, ranchers face years on the...
The directors of the Washington ecology, agriculture, fish and wildlife, and transportation departments suggest the EPA refine its approach to clarifying which waters fall under federal jurisdiction.
A new roughly $30 million grain shuttle-loading facility broke ground last week near Medical Lake, Wash. The new facility is expected to be operational in December 2015.
California has the most unauthorized immigrants, at 2.4 million, according to a new report. Idaho was one of seven states whose unauthorized population increased. Washington's population of unauthorized immigrants remained stable and Oregon's population...
The slowdown at the Port of Seattle ishurting the Washington potato industry. Washington Potato Commission executive director Chris Voigt says the president needs to step in by next week if the two sides can't come to an agreement.
Ephrata, Wash., rancher Bill Sieverkropp is the new president of the Washington Cattlemen's Association. Sieverkropp lists quick resolutions of problem wolves among his priorities for the state's cattle industry.
Conservation groups are offering a $15,000 award for information about the shooting of a wolf in October in Kittitas County.
Washington cattlemen wonder what's in store for them next spring with regard to wolves and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's game plan to manage wolf-livestock conflicts.
The auction of about 300 pounds of marijuana attracted about three dozen potential buyers from across the state.
A consultant says ethanol made from Brazilian sugarcane could help Washington reduce carbon emissions.