Tucked inside today’s News-Review is a special section that we encourage you to spend some time with. “Douglas County Timber: Past, Present, Future” is just what the name implies — a comprehensive look at the timber industry in the region, and the impact it has had on this community, over th…
WINSTON — Authorities on Wednesday urged caution to ranchers and livestock owners who could face potential problems with gray wolves, but they acknowledged the chances of encountering one of the endangered animals in central Douglas County is slim.
Terry Brandborg will tell you that running his Brandbord Vineyard & Winery in Elkton is difficult enough without having to worry about the threat of a trade war with European wine producers.
Last week, students of Glide High School’s Agricultural Mechanics program started class by loading steel trailer ramps, which they had built for Fabform Industries, Inc., for transport.
While leaders from the U.S. and China are negotiating fair trade in the midst of $250 billion worth of tariffs, lumber mills in northern Oregon are sending off their winter shipments, unsure when they will have another load sold to China.
In April, it was announced China would be placing tariffs on several U.S. agricultural products in response to the U.S. tariffs on Chinese machinery and other goods. While Douglas County is home to many producers of agricultural goods, it’s unlikely the tariffs will affect the majority of lo…
About a year ago, Douglas County property owners decided to charge themselves a fee in order to protect their livestock and trees from cougars, coyotes, bears and other predators.
Farmers in Douglas County have found sustainable practices can pay off, not only for the health of the land but for the financial success of their farms.
It had been a turbulent past few months for Brooke Hopfer, a 17-year-old Days Creek FFA member who captured the top showmanship award at the 77th annual Douglas County Lamb Show on Saturday.