The Astoria Regatta is in big company now - joining the Oregon State Fair, Pendleton Roundup and Linn County Pioneer Picnic as an Oregon Heritage Tradition.
The first planeload of Copper River salmon from Cordova, Alaska, landed Friday morning at Sea-Tac Airport and the Alaska Airlines pilots carried a 40-pound king to waiting chefs.
The 101-year-old Portland Mayor's Mansion, one of the many vintage houses that make up the Laurelhurst neighborhood, is about to become one of the city's newest bed and breakfasts.
Columbia Land Trust manages the Backyard Habitats Program. It costs $25 to join, and coaches can give you some garden guidance.
It's a familiar story - sea lions and fishermen fighting over salmon. On the one side you have hungry animals snatching what they can from fish runs but on the other side you have humans trying to maintain what has been their economic lifeline.
The state House voted Monday to ban motorboats and seaplanes from Waldo Lake, a popular recreational spot in the Cascade Range southeast of Eugene.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Monday it will not continue killing gulls that have been eating baby Caspian terns at the West Coast's largest nesting colony, located at the mouth of the Columbia River.
Those looking for a career path in the athletic and outdoor industries can now get some formal education to prepare them for the type of work they're seeking.
There's a well-known proverb that says 'give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, but teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.'
When Amtrak unveils the first of 70 new locomotives Monday at a plant in California, it will mark what the national passenger railroad service hopes will be a new era of better reliability, streamlined maintenance and better energy efficiency.
Chatter on board the gondola on a recent Saturday soon revealed that all on board had come expressly to ride the 10-person cable-cars and get to know this long-forsaken part of Rio.
Although the weather was a little cool and drizzly on Sunday, that didn't stop folks from taking advantage of some closed streets to spend time out and about in their community.
Snowboarding season is over, but you can still get your kicks in at the sand dunes on the Oregon Coast.
An eagle took flight over Fern Ridge Reservoir on Thursday, two weeks after the bird was found fighting for its life with another of its kind.
Some of Oregon's trees aren't faring so well this spring, especially the Douglas first and other conifers in the northwestern part of the state.
The public has spoken and Tilly the river otter is this year's Mother of the Year at the Oregon Zoo.
If you think a Mother's Day bike ride would be right up mom's alley, then you're in luck.