Nov 18, 2014
Herald and News
Crater Lake attracts millions of visitors from across the country who make the journey to gaze at its strikingly clear waters, marvel at Wizard Island, and be treated to spectacular views of the...
Aug 09, 2014
Elk and deer hunters are obsessive about our chosen pastime. We invest countless hours in scouting and preparing for the fall hunt. We travel hundreds of miles in search of elk, deer and other game...
Aug 08, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Escaping a grim world of war abroad and inequality at home, I fled with my teenage daughter to the mountains of Oregon to hike the Pacific Crest Trail and commune with more humane creatures. Like...
Aug 06, 2014
Eugene Register Guard
The old-growth Douglas fir featured on our state’s license plate is a powerful image for Oregonians. During the timber wars of the 1980s and early ’90s, bitter political battles were fought over...
Aug 04, 2014
Oregon Public Broadcasting
MYRTLE CREEK, Ore. — The idea behind logging on the Buck Rising timber sale is to take out trees the same way nature does.
Bureau of Land Management forester Abe Wheeler touts this method of...
Jun 29, 2014
Rural Oregon's economic woes are significant. And unfortunately, many social services, including public safety, are suffering as a result. But we disagree with reporter Les Zaitz...
Jun 16, 2014
Medford Mail Tribune
On this Father's Day, Oregon has a special new father to congratulate and welcome: OR-7, a lone wolf no longer, now a proud papa.
Millions of people around the world have followed OR-7's saga, as...
Jun 12, 2014
The nation’s original waterfowl refuge may be too dry this year to provide much hospitality for migratory birds arriving in the Klamath Basin.
You could blame it on the region’s prolonged drought....