The Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Division executed a search warrant Sunday morning in Winston, ending a year and a half long investigation into the unlawful take of blacktail deer. Troopers from Roseburg and Albany seized three sets of trophy blacktail buck antlers and a center fire…
A recent New Yorker magazine article asserts that Art Robinson’s name was floated as a possible national science advisor to President Donald Trump’s administration.
The Oregon Board of Forestry honored Plikat Logging of Camas Valley as the Operator of the Year for southern Oregon at its March 8 meeting.
It was not an easy decision for Oregon State Treasurer Tobias Read to go against Gov. Kate Brown on the Elliott State Forest at last month’s State Land Board meeting.
Representing fossil fuel defendants in a youth climate lawsuit, lawyers with Sidley Austin filed a motion last Friday seeking an appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that the executive and legislative branches of government should resolve the issues of Juliana v. United States instea…
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Water Rule includes a definition of protected waters called “waters of the United States” (WOTUS), that the Trump administration is attempting to rollback.
The BLM illegally withheld federal timber payments from Douglas and 17 other Oregon counties, the Association of O&C Counties said Monday. The association has asked the federal government to correct what it calls a “costly mistake” in calculating how much money those counties get.
Tami Jo and Barry Braz have lived on their 50-acre property in Oakland for 30 years, where they have transformed timber-less, unproductive land into an ever-growing tree farm through three afforestation projects.
Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and Rep. Peter DeFazio reintroduced legislation today to designate almost 100,000 acres of public land in the Steamboat Creek Watershed in the Umpqua National Forest as the “Frank and Jeanne Moore Wild Steelhead Special Management Area.”
Three years ago, Douglas County ranchers Dan Dawson and Ron Hjort decided to create a predator control district to help the county pay for services to protect livestock from cougars, bears, coyotes and other predators.
Responding to complaints that North Douglas County residents were being unfairly charged for access to Mildred Kanipe Memorial Park near Oakland, the Douglas County Parks Department canceled both annual passes and day parking fees at the park. The department announced its decision Friday afternoon.
CANYONVILLE — About 165 people from six different countries, 14 states and five Native American tribes came to Canyonville for the fifth annual State of the Beaver Conference at Seven Feathers Casino Resort this week to learn about beaver restoration and ecology.
Southern Oregon University business students and the Douglas County Parks Department are teaming up to survey the people who use Douglas County’s parks.
ASHLAND — Teenagers wearing hats protesting a proposed liquid natural gas pipeline filed into their high school gym in Ashland Thursday morning to join a crowd of 2,700 people at U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden’s town hall gathering.
Members of Oregon’s Congressional delegation have once again urged federal officials to extend Secure Rural Schools payments to ailing timber counties.
The Douglas County Parks Advisory Board gave the nod Thursday to a $1.7 million parks budget and a $1 million parks capital projects budget.
The Association of O&C Counties filed a lawsuit Monday against the federal government over a presidential proclamation that dramatically expanded the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.