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On Thursday the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee passed a new version of Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden’s bill to boost logging on public forests.
local | Sports | News | OPB News BlogNov. 21, 2014 9:45 p.m.
Sports franchises have been trying to figure out the secret sauce for die-hard fans like the the Portland Timbers Army, but a recent study suggests that the location of a stadium plays an important role in attendance numbers.
Last year's resurgent economy cleared the way for Oregon loggers to cut more timber than they have since 2006, according to state figures released Tuesday.
All 93,000 acres of the Elliott State Forest on the south Oregon coast could be sold to private timber companies.
local | Sports | News | OPB News BlogAug. 12, 2014 4:47 p.m.
The "ice bucket challenge" has taken social media by storm in the past few weeks as people all over the country raise awareness and also money about ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
The BLM says an experimental timber harvest in Southern Oregon balances healthy forests and a healthy timber economy. But conservation groups say environmental protections aren’t strong enough — and they’re opposing legislation that would bring more logging like this to the region.
The Bureau of Land Management says the Buck Rising timber harvest in Southern Oregon balances healthy forests and a healthy timber economy. Conservation groups say the environmental protections aren’t strong enough.
A U.S. House spending bill did not include an allocation for the Secure Rural Schools fund, meaning counties around the Northwest could have less money for public services. Oregon will be hit the hardest.