The newly approved Republican platform expands the party’s support for turning over federal lands to the states — creating a new flashpoint in the presidential campaign.
For Jeanette Finicum and many of her husband’s supporters, the misinformation about LaVoy Finicum in the criminal complaint is another strike against the FBI’s credibility.
Fish & Wildlife | News | NW Life | Water | Environment | Agriculture | Climate change | Land use | LandStatesman Journal | July 18, 2016 9:33 a.m.
For the second year in a row, low water in Detroit Lake is likely to affect recreation and tourism in the Santiam Canyon.
Conservationists allege that since the installation of a water mixing device, Portland General Electric has violated state water quality standards more than 1,200 times.
Rangers at Crater Lake National Park seized 234 pounds of morel mushrooms — potentially worth thousands of dollars — over the Fourth of July weekend, the park’s top ranger said Monday.