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ALTURAS — Although forest personnel are still tagging, cataloging and caring for Devil’s Garden Horses gathered in 2019, more than 300 are now ready to be viewed and selected for transport to their new homes, according to a Modoc National Forest news release.

THE DALLES (AP) — Two prominent Pacific Northwest tribes said Monday the U.S. government needs to remove three major hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River to save migrating salmon and starving orcas and restore traditional fishing sites that were guaranteed to the tribes in a treaty more …

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A prescribed burn will begin Tuesday in Moore Park, conducted by the Oregon Department of Forestry with Klamath County Fire District 1, U.S. Forest Service and city parks staff, according to a news release.

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In the corporate jet terminal of Portland International Airport, PacifiCorp Senior Vice President Scott Bolton is getting ready to fly to Southern Oregon for an event with customers of a subsidiary, Pacific Power.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service announced Wednesday the award of $350,939 in funding to improve the health and water quality of Upper Klamath Lake to benefit two federally protected species of sucker and other native fish.

ALTURAS — Wild horse gather operations are now complete for this year after 22 horses were safely gathered and transferred to the temporary sorting facility Sunday. This makes 499 the overall total for the 2019 gather, according to a Modoc National Forest news release.

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ALTURAS — Modoc National Forest Supervisor Amanda McAdams has accepted another position after more than five years on the Modoc. She will be working for the Forest’s regional office in state and private forestry, but will remain in Alturas with her family.

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LAKEVIEW — Emerging like a phoenix from the ashes of a failed renewable energy project gone awry, Lakeview is already seeing economic benefits from the development of an over $320 million renewable fuels facility now under construction.

The community is invited to “Making Energy Work for Rural Oregon,” an event focused on the integration of sustainable energy practices and rural needs, according to a news release. Oregon Tech’s Oregon Renewable Energy Center (OREC) will host the event on Friday, Oct. 18.

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The Oregon Department of State Lands has delayed the decision for a construction permit for the Jordan Cove pipeline project for a second time.

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Klamath Falls Fish and Wildlife biologist Akimi King has won the 2019 Pacific Southwest Region’s Sense of Wonder Award. King was recognized for her long-term work with the Connecting People with Nature initiative, her high quality environmental education programming, and her efforts to educa…