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The Oregon Court of Appeals has reversed the finding of a state appeals board that Clatsop County Commissioner Peter Huhtala was biased and unfit to vote on a land-use permit for the Oregon LNG pipeline.
A crash caused thousands of fingerling chinook salmon spilled onto the roadway. The fish were being shipped out of a hatchery near Springfield because of a malfunction at a McKenzie River dam.
The state of Oregon has approved hearings for two of three challenges to the recent Morrow Pacific coal export permit denial.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists have discovered the first documented examples of Oregon chinook salmon spawning without swimming to the ocean and back.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture investigates pesticide use in the state of Oregon. Its program manager says its biggest enforcement challenge is Oregon's public records law, followed by communication with other agencies and with the public.
This week a major study known as the National Climate Assessment laid out a region-by-region look at how climate change has already altered not just the things we’d typically think of like ecosystems and water supplies, but also our industries, infrastructure and human health.
While the Northwest's debate over whether to build coal export terminals seems to be at a standstill, the discussion in California's San Francisco Bay led to a decision to reject such a port project.
The figure often cited by the rail industry and proponents of oil by rail is not inaccurate, but there's more to the story.
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