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Appeals court backs fishermen in antitrust suit
Appeals court backs fishermen in antitrust suit
Fishermen have raised antitrust issues

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Pacific salmon may be scarce, pricey in stores this summer
Pacific salmon may be scarce, pricey in stores this summer
Four years of bruising drought in the West has strained inland rivers where salmon spawn, putting the fish in sharp decline.
North Coast closed to mussel harvesting
North Coast closed to mussel harvesting
Closed from the Columbia River South Jetty south to Cascade Head
Spring Chinook fishery closes pending run update on Lower Columbia River
The closure includes fishing for salmon, steelhead and shad in the 145-mile section of the Columbia River downstream from Bonneville Dam.
States to tear down dams to welcome salmon back
States to tear down dams to welcome salmon back
The landmark deals also protect farmers and ranchers from rising power and water prices as the various interests work to end long-running water wars in the drought-stricken Klamath River basin.
Army Corps begins cormorant battle
Army Corps begins cormorant battle
The goal is to reduce double-crested cormorant feeding on protected juvenile salmon migrating through the Lower Columbia River estuary