As regents professor of pathology and infectious diseases in Washington State University's Allen School for Global Animal Health, most of Guy Palmer's current work is on the human side, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The state of Oregon’s plan to salvage the timber in a small part of the Santiam State Forest is a win-win both for the people who live and wor…
Parts of the rural Northwest have finally received permission to start to reopen. If it were up to some, this day might never have come.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across Oregon — as of May 6, there were 2,839 cases and 113 deaths statewide — farmers must now contend with new regulations intended to limit outbreaks in agricultural fields, orchards and labor camps.
Tens of thousands of people from across the country and around the world fill the city each year for Oregon's legendary rodeo and celebration of the American frontier. Cowboys in Stetson hats and Indians wearing colorful regalia march through downtown for festive parades, while contestants inside the stadium rope, ride and race their way to victory.
Thousands of Oregonians gathered in front of the state Capitol last week to protest climate change bills that wouldn’t help the climate but wo…