Habitual felon with a gun begs questions
Sanders' single-payer plan is unlikely to happen
Evicitions have become commonplace
No free rein to marine mammals while fish populations struggle
Moving the Klamath River deal forward is essential.
The federal hatcheries, along with others operated by the states, are mainly responsible for maintaining salmon runs now that the river system is dammed.
Beware the hazards of Wa-Mart
The forecast for the important spring Chinook run is about 300,000 to the river’s mouth
Removing firearms from suicidal people would be a step forward
Oregon's compensation of its judges is shameful
The age of coal is over.
Could a public-private partnership in state education strategy happen?
Whatever the outcome of the Linn County lawsuit on state forests revenue Clatsop County is the mother lode – of timber and carbon sequestration.
And its significance could grow
Good public service is more than just reliable lights
Flint Michigan's water woes are the ultimate wake-up call
The Port's momentum is valuable and must not be squandered.
In our neighborhood, recognition that everyone’s livelihood was being endangered led to some of the world’s earliest effective conservation measures.
Death rate of young white adults is eye-popping
Federal policies have contributed to Harney County's economic decline.
Today's holiday is about moving forward with optimism instead of being trapped by pessimism and the past.
Oyster gowers argued last week that they face financial disaster if they aren’t granted a permit to use the spray imidacloprid.
When protesters stay too long they begin to look silly
Video can provide an undeniable record of police interactions with suspects
Sen. Wyden's work on the sage grouse is very important, but it won't get the attention that armed occupiers receive.
On our epidemic of gun violence: If not now, when?
The painful delay is over
Why is Gov. Kate Brown silent on the financial burden of PERS?
These aren’t responsible ranchers who itch for bloodshed