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New state program to help with power bills

Qualifying Oregonians may be able to cut their utility costs nearly in half, thanks to a new bill passed last year, now coming to fruition. The Oregon Legislat...

Groups sue feds over Pacific fishers

ASHLAND — Conservation groups sued the federal government Tuesday to reverse its decision not to grant federal endangered species status to the region’s Pacific...

Hatched to be wild

Rick Zollman stands at the edge of a rectangular, concrete pool, peering into the water below. Tens of thousands of juvenile chinook salmon rush toward him, the...

Big win for endangered Klamath Basin fish

Endangered suckers and salmon in the Klamath Basin have a greater shot at survival thanks to federal funds awarded this week. On Wednesday, Oregon’s U.S. Senato...

Fish-friendly summer on the Rogue

Despite a dozen triple-digit days recently that had the potential to trigger fatal fish diseases, this summer’s Rogue River salmon migration has gone quite swim...

Hope for monarchs

Local advocates for monarch butterflies and other pollinators applauded the announcement Thursday by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature to p...

A feeling of ‘climate change anxiety’

During a recent summer afternoon in Talent, Crater High School student Saraya Lumbreras walked the Bear Creek Greenway through Lynn Newbry Park, surrounded by c...