Tribes, greens, farmers come to consensus; dams may eventually be removed.
by Krista Langlois,
Jun 17, 2014
Counseling councilmen; a very virtual
“virtual” fence; Arizona vs. college students; trapped
in a CT scan; trophy land; smelling like a dog; paying taxes with
by Betsy Marston,
Oct 29, 2007
A brief history of the Northwest Forest Plan
by Nathan Rice,
Apr 29, 2013
An Oregon artist reinterprets the region's timber wars.
by Sierra Crane-Murdoch,
May 10, 2013
Idaho is updating its standards for water pollutants based on how much fish residents eat.
by Sarah Jane Keller,
Apr 15, 2013
The great Western wolf debate is as emotional as ever.
by Wendy Beye,
Jul 27, 2010
Newport, Ore., decides the environmental and financial
risks are too great to allow Bay Bridge Enterprises, a
ship-recycling firm, to dismantle decommissioned military vessels
at Yaquina Bay
by Elizabeth Grossman,
Feb 20, 2006
Homeless families aren’t found only in urban areas.
They’re also struggling to survive in the rural West, as
shown by the story of Barbara Trivitt and her two children, who
lived in a Jeep in Coos Bay, Oregon, this fall.
by Emma Brown,
Jan 22, 2007
In All God’s Children: Inside the Dark and Violent
World of Street Families, Rene Denfeld tells the disturbing story
of Portland’s teen runaways, charting the path that took one
of them, Danielle Marie Cox, from honor student to convicted
by Stephen J. Lyons,
Jan 22, 2007
Brian Doyle’s new book, The Grail, lives up to its
lively subtitle as it describes “a year ambling and shambling
through an Oregon vineyard in pursuit of the best pinot noir in the
whole wild world.”
by Heidi Andrew,
Feb 19, 2007