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Snow Cancels School In Washington, Oregon

Some school districts have announced delays or closures after a storm brought snow to parts of Washington and Oregon.

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Washington Rancher Shot Wolf Thinking It May Be Dog

A Washington rancher who killed a wolf in October told investigators that he thought he might have been shooting a dog, according to a Department of Fish and Wildlife report.

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The Northwest's Ski Jumping Heritage Is Alive In Leavenworth

In the Pacific Northwest, about the only place where beginners can learn big hill ski jumping is in Leavenworth, Washington.

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Contrary To What Craigslist Says, Willamette Queen Sternwheeler Is Not For Sale

The post described the vessel as being certified to carry 101 passengers and eight crew members.

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Iconic Central Oregon Bookstore Up For Sale

Paulina Springs Books, the store serving readers in the Central Oregon town of Sisters since 1992, is seeking a buyer.

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Ice Cream Coming To The Astoria Column

If your New Year’s resolution was to visit the Astoria Column more and eat less ice cream, 2018 is going to be a long year.

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NW Museums Revive Native Artifacts To Tell Richer Stories

Museum curators in the Northwest are now working to update exhibits that focus on the region's indigenous people.

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Dead Crows Found In Portland; Poisoning Suspected

The Audubon Society of Portland says at least 10 crows have died in a suspected poisoning.

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Elgin Man Faces Charges For Killing Wolf

Authorities in Oregon say a 58-year-old wildlife trapper caught a juvenile female wolf late last year in rural Union County, then illegally shot and killed the animal.

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Rejects Vancouver Oil Terminal

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has rejected a permit to build the nation’s largest oil-by-rail terminal in Vancouver.