Restoring Tumwata 
on the Walamt

For nearly 200 years, Willamette Falls was a hub for industrial production — and a major dam. But for 15,000 years before that, Northwest tribes used the site for fishing and ceremonial activities. Now tribes have a say in its future.

The Salmon and the Snake

Breaching the Snake River dams may offer the best shot at ensuring a healthy future for salmon in the Columbia Basin. Can a grand bargain be reached to reimagine the region with fewer dams?

Opening Doors

Plans to redevelop a World War II-era chemical weapons depot could transform an undeveloped pocket of Northeastern Oregon.

Regence explains rate hikes

Over 150 people came to an insurance rate review hearing to listen to Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon defend its request to raise rates by 22%.
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