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Leaders of Oregon’s rural counties are right to be worried by the state’s emerging Western Oregon State Forests Habitat Conservation Plan. It has the potential to further shrink the amount of timber available to make lumber, plywood and other wood building materials, costing more good-paying jobs and local tax revenue.
ENTERPRISE, Ore. — Last spring the world was shaken by a global pandemic that either sent people home to work or left them unemployed. The shutdown shuttered restaurants and left local producers with nowhere to distribute their food.
As a career forester and near daily observer of forest management plans and their physical application for more than 45 years, I have seen the results of both natural events and management’s planned activities in our public forests.
An Oregon land use board has reversed a county zoning decision that allowed a 108-acre farm and forest property to be split into smaller parcels.
MISSION — Most of Oregon began reopening Friday, but when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation operates on its own timeline.
A sign at the entrance to Wildhorse Resort & Casino advises that the hotel and casino are closed on May 5.
St. Anthony Hospital, in Pendleton, is among several Eastern Oregon hospitals partnering to launch a new health insurance option.