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The drought this year meant an "unexpected swerve" for many farmers, who found themselves underinsured or discovered that their crop insurance program didn't work the way they thought.

PENDLETON, Ore. — The two sons of Randy Severe led pallbearers as they loaded their father into the back of a horse-drawn carriage for the procession through Pendleton. Atop his casket, adorne…

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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is looking to rein in Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer, whose cougar-removal program has upset department administrators.

MIDDLETOWN, Calif. — “Jamon Iberico” is a legend in Spain. In Madrid, there is even a museum dedicated to ham from the Iberico pig.

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Oregon State Police investigators are asking for the public's help identifying whoever is responsible for poisoning eight wolves earlier this year in Union County, including all five members o…

Grain groups say farmers want a higher crop insurance reference price for wheat in the next Farm Bill, movement on the U.S. trade deal with China, lower tariffs on aluminum imports and more in…

The Grain Shed is a co-op of bakers, brewers and farmers in Spokane's South Perry District neighborhood. It is moving its brewing operations to the Steam Plant, a Spokane restaurant and brew pub.

Employees of the SAGE Center and the Port of Morrow have been making a list and checking it twice since the end of October. They are preparing to illuminate the holiday season with around 500,…

The two largest West Coast ports plan to charge a daily fee on incoming containers that aren't immediately picked up as a way to reduce congestion, a move opposed by a group of U.S. senators b…

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SALEM — Oregon’s Environmental Quality Commission, a governor-appointed panel, has approved the Clean Trucks Rule, a mandate aimed at cutting emissions by requiring production of cleaner trucks.

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Localized flooding in Washington state from another in a series of rainstorms doesn't appear to be as severe as an extreme weather flooding event earlier in the month.

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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials confirmed the three steers as wolf kills by the Rogue Pack.

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The Washington Department Fish and Wildlife has drafted a rule to kill wolves in "chronic conflict zones" if ranchers follow predation-prevention plans written by wildlife managers.

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Proseeds Marketing of Jefferson, Ore., must also serve a one-year term of probation under the sentence imposed by U.S. District Judge Karin Immergut in Portland on Nov. 29.

SACRAMENTO — The Almond Alliance of California Nov. 22 named Aubrey Bettencourt, a longtime leader in California's agricultural sector, as its new president and CEO.

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King County vegetable farmer Rosella Mosby was elected president of the Washington Farm Bureau at the group's annual meeting in Yakima.

When Logan Stanley moved to Seneca from Boise, she knew finding work would be a challenge. But with the arrival of the Cyber Mill, her options have expanded dramatically.

LOSTINE, Ore. — A mule deer buck and attacked three people at a Lostine home Nov. 9, injuring them before it was put down by Wallowa County Sheriff Joel Fish.

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In 2019, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determined it’s not warranted to list the red tree vole as threatened or endangered, which would have provided protections for the species and its h…

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PORTLAND, Ore. — As COVID-19 cases in Oregon continue to decrease health officials announced Tuesday they are immediately lifting statewide mask requirements in crowded outdoor settings.