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"Thoughts that are in harmony with truth resonate within reality. While thoughts of misconception, without the support of propaganda and misdirection, are transitory, fleeting as ripples that dissolve in a stream of consciousness."
- from the film RedFish BlueFish

Some Key Perspectives from Past Years

Dedication: Andrus Brings a Warning Lewiston Tribune, 6/20/75 by Sylvia Harrell
 
"Rebuild This Mother Earth" Sockeye Release Speech 1993 Lionel Boyer
"Inspite of the Inertia . . ." Sockeye Release Speech 1993 Idaho Gov. Cecil Andrus
 
Seven Blunders of the World   by Mahatma Gandhi
 
Historic Document: What's Ahead for Ice Harbor Dam Lewiston Tribune, 7/18/95 (?) by C. E. B.
 
Breaching Leaves Farmers High and Dry Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/19/99 by Rod Taylor
Addressing Shippers' Concerns Public Testimony at Clarkston WA BlueFish
Farmers to See Investment Bulldozed Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/16/99 by Rod Taylor
Addressing Irrigators' Concerns Public Testimony at Pasco WA BlueFish
Addressing Ratepayers' Concerns Public Testimony at Idaho Falls BlueFish
 
Recovery of Snake/Columbia Salmon Testimony at Juneau, Alaska Alaska Gov. Tony Knowles
Recovery of Snake/Columbia Salmon Testimony at Petersburg, Alaska Frank Rue, Alaska F&G
Southeast Alaska Legislators Comments Testimony to Federal Caucus SE Alaska Legislators
 
Tribes: Fed Salmon Plan 'Unacceptable' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/22/00 by Barry Espenson
Reaction to BIOP Focuses on Breaching Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/22/00 by Mike O'Bryant
 
A Challenge Lewiston Tribune, 6/29/3 by Dick Sherwin
Chasing an Illusion? U.S. EPA, 9/7/00 by Robert T. Lackey
 
America's Evolving View of Dams Open Spaces Quarterly, 8/19/00 by Bruce Babbitt
Survey: Idaho Salmon & Steelhead Whitman & Reed Colleges, 2000 Economics Dept.
Dam Nation: Reservoirs of Controversy Intellectual Capital, 6/8/00 by Michael Zuzel
Dam Nation: Discussion Forum Intellectual Capital, 6/8/00 discussion participants
NMFS Calls for Breach Preparations Tri-City Herald, 5/24/00 by Mike Lee
Idaho's Voices Idaho Statesman, 2/24/00 Boise Caucus Hearing
 
Salmon: To Kill or Not to Kill Wheat Life, November 1999 by Glen Squires
Breaching: Impacts are Spilling Forth Wheat Life, November 1999 by Glen Squires
Set Aside Breaching Wood River Journal 11/10/99 by Peterson & Chishano
 
An Incremental Step in an Overall Plan Columbia Basin Herald, 4/17/3 by Linda Rushton
Salmon Planning Act: H.R. Bill 1097 House Bill, 3/5/3 by Jim McDermott
 
Uncovering the Salmon Nation Sun Valley Guide, 6/5 by Greg Stahl
Imagining a Different World Built with Different Tools Keynote Address, 4/3/7 by John Kitzhaber, M.D.
Eternal Dam Nation Crosscut, 11/26/7 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Idaho Gets a Seaport, Capping a Costly 10-Year Effort New York Times, 4/13/75 by Ralph Blumenthal
 
Issue 19: Comments on Snake River Sockeye FCRPS Biological Opinion, 5/5/8 by NOAA Fisheries
Issue 20: Comments Calling for Breaching Dams on Lower Snake River FCRPS Biological Opinion, 5/5/8 by NOAA Fisheries
 
Dams: Impacts on Salmon and Steelhead NW Power Council, 10/31/8 by John Harrison
 
Energy Efficiency Brings Good Things to Life Transformer, 6/30/10 by Staff
Salmon and Snake River Dams Weekday, 7/5/11 by Steve Scher
Behind a Judge's Refusal to Go Along with Obama's River Plan Crosscut, 8/18/11 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Judge Redden's BiOp Legacy -- Shakedown or Salvation for Fish? NW Fishletter, 12/14/11 by Bill Rudolph
 
Bluefish.org Offers Reward upped to $5000
is yet to be claimed!
Idaho Mountain Express, 5/23/8 by Staff
 

2017

Trump Administration Urged to Convene 'God Squad' on Salmon Protection Capital Press, 8/11/17 by Keith Ridler
 
9th Circuit Rejects Petition to Toss Council's 2014 Fish & Wildlife Program NW Fishletter, 8/7/17 by Laura Berg
Appeals Court Hears Case Challenging 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program NW Fishletter, 6/5/17 by Laura Berg
 
A Changing Electrical Grid May Make Snake River Dams Expendable Idaho Statesman, 8/6/17 by Rocky Barker
With Shipping Down on Snake River, Farmers Worry About Dams' Future Bellingham Herald, 8/7/17 by Rocky Barker
 
Competitiveness and Cost Control Testimony on Spill Surcharge, 5/11/17 by Public Power Council
 
View from Idaho on Dam Protection Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 8/1/17 by John Twa
Yes, Consider All Facts on Dam Breaching Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/30/17 by John McKern
 
Pasco Port Commissioner, Longtime Farmer Killed Sunday Tri-City Herald, 7/31/17 by Wendy Culverwell
 
Bill to Expedite Sea Lion Removal Clears House Natural Resources Committee Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/1/17 by Staff
Congress Seeks to Weaken the Marine Mammal Protection Act High Country News, 7/28/17 by Maya L. Kapoor
House Natural Resources Committee Passes Bill to Expedite Sea Lion Removal Chinook Observer, 10/14/16 by CBB Staff
 
Down the Mighty Columbia River, Where a Power Struggle Looms New York Times, 7/28/17 by Kirk Johnson
 
House Committee Rejects Sell Off of BPA Assets Paid for by Northwest Residents Tri-City Herald, 7/28/17 by Annette Cary
 
Irrigators Want Investigation of Fish Management Capital Press, 7/18/17 by Carol Ryan Dumas
 
Debating Dams: What's the Best Way to Protect Salmon? KLCC, 7/21/17 by Editor
 
Salmon are Getting Through Just Fine The Olympian, 8/12/17 by Nels Haugen
Bill Would Rubber-Stamp Salmon Failure Spokesman-Review, 8/12/17 by Josh Mills
Legislation Protects Salmon and Hydrosystem Spokesman-Review, 8/5/17 by John Francisco
So Many Dammed Questions Inlander, 7/20/17 by Josh Mills
Bill Keeps Current Salmon Protection in Place The Register-Guard, 7/20/17 by Terry Flores
A Damming Proposal The Register-Guard, 7/13/17 by Editorial Board
Who is McMorris Rodgers Looking After? Lewiston Tribune, 7/10/17 by Marty Trillhaase
Congressional Effort to Blunt Dam Breaching Effort is Sound Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 7/7/17 by Jacob Schmidt
Why the Snake River Dams Matter to Us Idaho County Free Press, 6/27/17 by Max Beach
 
Decision Be Dammed Inlander, 7/13/17 by Samantha Wohlfeil
Listen Legislators Propose New Salmon Plan Spokane Public Radio, 7/6/17 by Steve Jackson
NW Reps Seek to Block Court Order to Protect Idaho Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 7/5/17 by Tony Evans
New Federal Effort Tries to 'Save Our Dams' Along Snake River Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7/3/17 by Courtney Flatt
McMorris Rodgers Seeks New Life for Salmon Plan Lewiston Tribune, 7/1/17 by Eric Barker
Newhouse Bill Would Override Court Decision in Order to Save Dams Tri-City Herald, 7/1/17 by Annette Cary
Five NW Congressman Introduce Legislation to Address FCRPS Biological Opinion NBC Right Now, 6/29/17 by Matthew Weaver
 
The Snake and Salmon: People are Feeling the Pain of a River Lost Idaho Statesman, 6/28/17 by David Cannamela
 
Spokane Churches and Nez Perce Tribal Members Gather Together on Lower Snake River WildSalmon.org, 6/29/17 by Jacob Schmidt
 
Western Governors Outline Plans for ESA Overhaul E&E News, 6/30/17 by Jennifer Yachnin
 
U.S. Wheat Expresses Concerns About Import Investigation Capital Press, 6/23/17 by Matthew Weaver
Focus on Results, Not Regulations, McMorris Rodgers Says Capital Press, 5/30/17 by Matthew Weaver
 
Solar Energy is Taking Off The Missoulian, 6/26/17 by Skye Borden
Nevada Boosts Solar Power, Reversing Course Scientific American, 6/16/17 by E & E News
 
The Grid Needs a Symphony, Not a Shouting Match RMI Outlet, 6/12/17 by Dyson & Lovins
 
Appeal Filed Over Spill Decision in 2008-2014 BiOp Case NW Fishletter, 7/3/17 by Laura Berg
Agencies Give Notice of Possible Appeal of Court Ruling Providing Earlier Spill for Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/9/17 by Staff
 
Proposed Bonneville Privatization Plan May Cause Local Rate Hikes Headlight Herald, 7/7/17 by Brad Mosher
Trump Sale of Northwest Grid a Big Loser, Experts say The Oregonian, 6/15/17 by Ted Sickinger
21 U.S. Senators Blast Trump Proposal to Sell BPA Power Grid Seattle Times, 6/8/17 by Staff
Federal BPA Power Grab Would Hurt Region Tri-City Herald, 6/7/17 by Editorial Board
BPA Grid Sale Tied to Fantasy Budget Spokesman-Review, 6/7/17 by Editorial Board
Wyden on Energy Department Nominee -- Selling Off Bonneville Power is a Nonstarter My Central Oregon, 6/6/17 by Staff
Northwest Lawmakers Oppose Selling BPA Transmission Lines The Columbian, 6/6/17 by Dameon Pesanti
Politicians Oppose Privatization of Bonneville Power Administration KOBI 5, 6/5/17 by News Sources
NW Lawmakers Urge President Trump: Don't Sell Off BPA Assets KTVZ, 6/5/17 by News Sources
No Buyers Likely in Budget Bid to Privatize BPA Wenatchee World, 6/1/17 by Christine Pratt
 
Trump Proposes Selling Northwest's Transmission Grid The Oregonian, 5/24/17 by Ted Sickinger
Trump Budget Includes Proposal to Privatize BPA Grid Portland Business Journal, 5/23/17 by Pete Danko
 
Hearings to Focus on Tribal Needs The Dalles Chronicle, 5/31/17 by Jesse Burkhardt
 
Trump Proposes Selling Northwest's Transmission Grid The Oregonian, 5/24/17 by Ted Sickinger
Trump Proposal to Sell-off Bonneville Power Assets Could Raise Rates Tri-City Herald, 5/23/17 by Annette Cary
 
Festival Celebrates $20 Billion Impact of Columbia-Snake River System on Commerce Capital Press, 5/21/17 by Matthew Weaver
Snake River Family Festival Spotlights Utility of Dams Spokesman-Review, 5/18/17 by Staff
Snake River Family Festival Spotlights Utility of Dams Spokesman-Review, 5/17/17 by Rich Landers
Family Festival Celebrates River System Capital Press, 5/1/17 by Matthew Weaver
 
Watch Fate of Pacific Northwest Orcas Tied to Having Enough Columbia River Salmon Idaho Statesman, 7/9/17 by Barker & Peterson
Northwest Salmon, the Stuff of Legends, Still Struggle to Survive Idaho Statesman, 7/8/17 by Rocky Barker
Nature Again Turns Against Returning Fish that Already Face Long Odds Idaho Statesman, 5/20/17 by Rocky Barker
 
Lawmakers Question Dam Operations Lewiston Tribune, 5/3/17 by Eric Barker
 
Watch Ride for Redd Hopes to Make Redfish Lake Red Once Again with Salmon KLEW, 5/20/17 by Shannon Moudy
Watch Idaho Horseback Riders on Salmon Trek Pass through Portland The Oregonian, 4/24/17 by Andrew Theen
Watch 3 Horseback Riders Stop in Kennewick on Journey to Save Salmon Tri-City Herald, 5/8/17 by Cameron Probert
Ride for Redd Idaho Mountain Express, 3/17/17 by Staff
 
Predatory Sea Lions Are Detrimental to Columbia River Fish Runs NW Fishletter, 5/1/17 Gerry Lewis & Paul Ward
 
Republicans Introduce Sweeping ESA Reform Bill E&E, 4/27/17 by Corbin Hiar
 
Conservation Groups Ask to Stop Barging Sockeye Around Dams Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/19/17 by Courtney Flatt
 
Saving the Salmon Can Lead to a Long-lasting Northwest Economic Renewal Idaho Statesman, 4/5/17 by David Cannamela
 
Debating the Future of Snake River Dams NW Public Radio, 3/31/17 by Marissa Luck
Snake River Dams or Shiny New Things Spokesman-Review, 3/31/17 by Sue Lani Madsen
Experts Debate Dam Removal Daily Evergreen, 3/29/17 by Jessica Zhou
 
Longview, Kalama Ports Join Regional Group to Fight Dam Removal The Daily News, 3/28/17 by Marissa Luck
 
If You Like Lox on Your Bagel, You Might Not Like This Trump Proposal Washington Post, 3/31/17 by Sue Chelsea Harvey
 
Court Order Requires Earlier Spill for Salmon in 2018; Orders Design Study, Monitoring Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/7/17 by Staff
Court Orders More Spill, Allows Spending at Lower Snake River Dams NW Fishletter, 4/3/17 by Laura Berg
Judge Orders Increased Spill at Eight Pacific Northwest Dams Starting in 2018 HydroWorld, 3/29/17 by Elizabeth Ingram
Judge Orders More Water Over Dams to Help NW Salmon Public News Service, 3/29/17 by Eric Tegethoff
Judge: More Water Must Be Released from Columbia, Snake Dams The Register-Guard, 3/27/17 by Associated Press
 
Columbia, Snake Restorations Boost Salmon, Dam Managers Say Spokesman-Review, 3/6/17 by Rich Landers
 
Nez Perce Tribal Member Jaime Pinkman New CRITFC Executive Director NW Fishletter, 4/3/17 by Laura Berg
 
Tribal Housing Replacement Funded The Dalles Chronicle, 2/24/17 by Jesse Burkhardt
 
Oregon Bill Would Increase Share of Electricity from Small-scale Renewables HydroWorld, 2/9/17 by Elizabeth Ingram
 
Settlement Reached to Stop Oil Spills at Grand Coulee Dam Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/19/17 by Courtney Flatt
Lawsuit on Grand Coulee Oil Pollution Settled Water Power Magazine, 1/20/17 by Staff
Group: Settlement will Cut Oil Pollution at Washington Dam Bluefield Daily Telegraph, 1/19/17 by Phuong Le
 
Oregon's $1 Billion Fish Plan Shouldn't Cost Idaho Capital Press, 4/20/17 by Staff
Fish Passage Dispute Ramps Up in Legislature Idaho Mountain Express, 2/22/17 by Peter Jensen
Joint Memorial Approved by House for Snake River to Hells Canyon Dam Lewiston Tribune, 2/18/17 by Staff
Idaho Irrigators Back Bills Fighting Oregon Fish Plan Capital Press, 2/21/17 by John O'Connell
Feds Reject Idaho Utility's Bid to Negate Oregon Fish Law Idaho Statesman, 1/19/17 by Keith Ridler
Idaho Irrigators Oppose Oregon Endangered Fish Reintroduction Effort Capital Press, 1/6/17 by John O'Connell
Oregon, Idaho Differ on Clean Water Act Interpretations Regarding Hells Canyon Complex Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/16/16 by Staff
Idaho Utility Seeks to Negate Oregon Fish Passage Law Spokesman-Review, 12/12/16 by Keith Ridler
 
Lawmakers Want Feds to Protect Lower Snake River Dams The Lens, 2/8/17 by TJ Martinelli
A Newly-proposed Bill Targets Endangered Species, May Condemn Them to Extinction The Verge, 2/3/16 by Alessandra Potenza
 
Watch Dam Opponents Send Letter to Trump Seeking Dam Removal on Snake River KING 5, 2/9/17 by Associated Press
Dam Supporters say Trump Should Not Consider Removal WRAL, 2/9/17 by Associated Press
Free the Snake and Restore Salmon to Honor Treaty Rights The Cleanest Line, 2/3/17 by Julian Matthews
More Than 250,000 Write in Support of Salmon Earthjustice Blog, 2/2/17 by Caeleigh MacNeil
Nez Perce County Officials Oppose Breaching of Dams on Snake, Columbia Rivers Spokesman-Review, 1/16/17 by Joel Mills
Lewiston Floats Dam Options Lewiston Tribune, 1/16/17 by Joel Mills
 
Snake River Dams Examined After Decades of Lawsuits KREM, 1/27/17 by Alison Morrow
Lower Four Snake River Dams Are Not the Problem Tri-City Herald, 1/12/17 by Richard Ding
 
Groups Ask for Snake River Dams Funding Suspension San Juan Islander, 1/12/17 by Eric Tegethoff
Snake River Dams Projects May Be Delayed by Appeal Spokesman-Review, 1/12/17 by Rich Landers
Snake River Dam Projects May Be Delayed Lewiston Tribune, 1/11/17 by Eric Barker
Groups Petition Court to Halt Infrastructure Projects on 4 Lower Snake River Hydro Projects HydroWorld, 1/11/17 by Gregory B. Poindexter
Environmental Groups Want Work Halted on Snake River Dams The Register-Guard, 1/10/17 by Ketih Ridler
 
Comment Period Extended on Columbia River Dams EIS Priest River Times, 1/4/17 by Staff
Dam Breaching Will Be an Option for Columbia River System Study Tri-City Herald, 1/3/17 by Wendy Culver
 
Shielded Native American Sites Thrust Into Debate Over Dams Salon, 1/1/17 by Keith Ridler
 

2016

Deadliest Year for Southern Resident Orcas Prompts Candlelight Vigil to Inspire Change KIRO 7, 12/27/16 by Joanna Small
 
NWEC Panel Explores Replacing Power from Lower Snake River Dams NW Fishletter, 12/5/16 by Laura Berg
 
Rep. Bishop Aims to Repeal Landmark Conservation Law E&E, 12/9/16 by Corbin Hiar
 
Congress Passes "Columbia River Restoration Act" Hood River News, 12/20/16 by Staff
'Columbia River Basin Restoration Act' Passes Congress, Aims to Reduce Toxic Contaminants Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/18/16 by Staff
Columbia River Cleanup Bill Passes Congress Oregon Public Broadcasting, 12/14/16 by Courtney Flatt
 
U.S. House Stalling Energy Policy Modernization Act as Congress Adjournment Approaches Hydro World, 12/8/16 by Michael Harris
 
Oregon and Idaho Officials are Squabbling Over Salmon in Snake River Tributaries Baker City Herald, 12/21/16 by Editorial Board
Oregon, Idaho Differ on Clean Water Act Interpretations Regarding Hells Canyon Complex Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/16/16 by Staff
 
Breaching Snake River Dams Would Cause Incalculable Harm Tri-City Herald, 12/30/16 by Michael Scrimsher
Keep Our Snake River Dams The Coeur d'Alene Press, 12/22/16 by Les Wigen
John Twa: Salmon Idaho Statesman, 12/21/16 by John Twa
Chris Jones: Salmon Idaho Statesman, 12/21/16 by Chris Jones
Salmon Idaho Statesman, 12/21/16 by Kevin Lewis
Salmon Debate Idaho Statesman, 12/21/16 by Paula Davina
Salmon or Dams Idaho Statesman, 12/21/16 by John Szymoniak
Removing Snake River Dams is Unwise Waitsburg Times, 12/8/16 by Don Brunell
Stop Studying the Studies; Breach Dams and Save the Salmon Idaho Statesman, 12/7/16 by Gary Lane
Chaney Letter: Dams and Salmon Idaho Statesman, 12/7/16 by Ed Chaney
An Opportunity to Push for Salmon Recovery The Daily Astorian, 12/6/16 Glen Spain & Joel Kawahara
Costly Dams are Harmful to Salmon, Tribes, and Taxpayers Tri-City Herald, 12/4/16 by Julian Matthews
Federal Government Must Listen to Local Community on Snake River Dams Grand Coulee Star, 11/30/16 by Dan Newhouse
Disappointed in Dam Public Meetings Idaho County Free Press, 11/29/16 by Brett Haverstick
 
Cheers & Jeers: Fishy End Run Lewiston Tribune, 12/9/16 by Marty Trillhaase
Groups Want Trump to Weigh in on Breaching Snake River Hydropower Dams Generation Hub, 12/9/16 by Barry Cassell
Irrigators Want Dams Off Endangered List Lewiston Tribune, 12/7/16 by Eric Barker
Lower Snake River Farmers Seek Federal Ruling to Allow Idaho Salmon to Go Extinct Idaho Statesman, 12/7/16 by Rocky Barker
Irrigators Petition Trump Transition for 'God Squad' Intervention in Salmon BiOp Remand Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/2/16 by Staff
Irrigators ask Trump for 'God Squad' as Snake River Dam Breaching Floated Tri-City Herald, 11/19/16 by Annette Cary
Odessa Subarea Seeks More Funding for Water Expansion Capital Press, 11/4/16 by Matthew Weaver
 
Wheat Growers Oppose Dam Breaching During Public Scoping Meeting Capital Press, 12/1/16 by Sean Ellis
Watch Future of Idaho's Wild Salmon Can't Be Sacrificed for Any Other Interest Idaho Statesman, 12/2/16 by Editorial Board
Tearing Down Snake River Dams Remains Terrible Idea Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 11/30/16 by Editorial Board
Breaching Snake River Dams Would 'Devastate' Wheat Industry, Growers Say Capital Press, 11/20/16 by Matthew Weaver
The Rivers of Northwestern Life Capital Press, 11/17/16 by Editorial Board
 
McMorris Rodgers: Invite 'Came Out of the Blue' Capital Press, 12/16/16 by Matthew Weaver
Our Dams Support Us; It's Time to Support Them Capital Press, 12/1/16 by Cathy McMorris Rodgers
McMorris Rodgers Expected to Land Interior Secretary Post Politico, 12/9/16 by Bade & Restuccia
Cathy McMorris Rodgers May Be Up for Interior Post in Trump's Cabinet Spokesman Review, 11/29/16 by Jim Camden
The Two Women Who Seem to Have the Edge Right Now for Interior Secretary Idaho Statesman, 12/1/16 by Rocky Barker
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers Mum on Possibility of Trump Cabinet Position Spokesman Review, 11/22/16 by Kip Hll
 
Walden Chosen to Chair Energy and Commerce The Dalles Chronicle, 12/2/16 by Associated Press
Newhouse Pushes for Law Protecting Snake River Dams Tri-City Herald, 11/10/16 by Annette Cary
'Freight Senator' Accepts Association Award from Pacific Northwest Waterways Association The Columbian, 10/12/16 by Lauren Dake
 
Will Removing Large Dams on the Snake River Help Salmon? Forbes, 11/29/16 by James Conca
Watch Local Groups Support Snake River Dams, Against Breaching of Dam KEPR TV, 11/21/16 by Justin Lum
People Passionate About Saving Snake River Dams Tri-City Herald, 11/21/16 by Annette Cary
Hundreds Turn Out for Lewiston Scoping Meeting Regarding Draft EIS for Snake River Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/18/16 by Staff
Why the Northwest is Debating Dams on the Snake River (Again) Oregon Public Broadcasting, 11/21/16 by Courtney Flatt
 
Feds Request Comments on Future of River Dams The Daily News, 12/21/16 by Todd Myers
Scoping Meetings on Basin Salmon/Steelhead EIS End; Next Step Developing Alternatives Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/16/16 by Staff
Federal Agencies Seek Gorge Community Input on Wild Salmon Restoration Plan The Dalles Chronicle, 12/6/16 by Staff
Portland Meeting on Future of Snake River Dams Expected to Draw Big Crowd The Oregonian, 12/6/16 by Andrew Theen
Agencies Look at Dam Removal The Dalles Chronicle, 12/6/16 by RaeLynn Ricarte
Dams Scoping Meeting in The Dalles Tuesday The Columbian, 12/1/16 by Staff
Watch Future of Snake River Dams Under Microscope King 5, 12/1/16 by Alison Morrow
Hearings Next Week on Columbia River Salmon Recovery The Columbian, 12/1/16 by Lynda V. Mapes
Watch Agencies Discuss Salmon Protection, Snake River Dams KTVB, 11/29/16 by Staff
Hundreds Turn Out for Lewiston Scoping Meeting of Draft EIS for Snake River Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/18/16 by Staff
Federal Agencies Listen to Concerns and Suggestions on the Lower Snake River Dams KLEW TV, 11/17/16 by Sarah Jacobsen
People Flood Dam Meeting Lewiston Tribune, 11/17/16 by Eric Barker
Farmers Offer Comments on Columbia-Snake River System Capital Press, 11/15/16 by Matthew Weaver
Groups Slam Feds Over Public Input on Columbia River Salmon E&E, 11/14/16 by Emily Yehle
Big Crowd Turns Out in Spokane to Talk About Lower Snake River Dams Spokesman-Review, 11/14/16 by Becky Kramer
 
Dam Advocate Flores Lays Out Case Against Breaching Snake Structures Idaho Statesman, 11/28/16 by Rocky Barker
Can Federal Dam Operators Save Northwest Salmon? Idaho Statesman, 11/26/16 by Rocky Barker
Watch Could Breaching Lower Snake River Dams Help Orcas? Public News Service, 11/14/16 by Eric Tegethoff
Salmon, Climate Change Cast Doubt on Future of Dams News Deeply, 11/11/16 by Matt Weiser
Region Depends on Columbia-Snake River System Capital Press, 11/11/16 by Tom Kammerzell
The 'Prosperity' from Lower Snake River Dams Moscow-Pullman Daily News, 11/7/16 by Linwood Laughy
Researchers: Breach Dams to Save Starving Puget Sound Orcas KATU, 10/28/16 by Associated Press
Why it's Time for the Lower Snake River Dams to Come Down OARS Blog, 10/16 by Staff
Fishy Statistics and Hard Dam Decisions Tied to Our Values Moscow-Pullman Daily News, 10/6/16 by Editorial Board
Will Federal Agencies' Review of Columbia, Snake Dams Lead to Removal? Idaho Statesman, 10/4/16 by Rocky Barker
How Might the Columbia's Hydro System Be Altered to Strengthen Fish Rebuilding? NW Fishletter, 10/3/16 by Laura Berg
Why the Removal of four Snake River Dams is a Necessary and Feasible Action Earthjustie.org, 10/16 by Earthjustice Website
 
Fishermen, Conservationists Seek Action on Salmon Recovery Idaho Mountain Express, 11/23/16 by Greg Moore
 
Kujala Named Director of Power Planning for Northwest Power & Conservation Council HydroWorld, 11/17/16 by Elizabeth Ingram
 
Enviro Groups Strike Deal Over Coal Train Pollution with BNS Portland Tribune, 11/15/16 by Steve Law
Environmentalists Sue BNSF to Cover Coal Trains, Prevent Water Pollution Seattle Times, 11/7/16 by Lynda V. Mapes
Army Corps Suddenly Decides Coal Trains Won't Harm Salmon-Filled Columbia River Yes! Magazine, 11/2/16 by Mark Trahant
 
Feds Release Salmon, Steelhead Recovery Plan Idaho Mountain Express, 11/2/16 by Tony Evans
NOAA Fisheries Releases Proposed Recovery Plan for Spring/Summer Chinook, Steelhead Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/27/16 by Staff
 
Meeting to Weigh in on Columbia River System East Oregonian, 11/13/16 by George Plaven
Columbia, Snake Dams Topic of Public Meetings Spokesman-Review, 11/13/16 by Staff
Under Pressure, Corps Adds Dams Meeting in Tri-Cities Tri-City Herald, 11/12/16 by Annette Cary
Judge's Order Revives Movement to Remove Snake River Dams Stamford Advocate, 11/6/16 by Nicholas K. Geranios
Feds Come to Town to Gather Input Priest River Times, 11/2/16 by Judd Wilson
Federal Agencies Examining Columbia River Dam Operations Flathead Beacon, 10/31/16 by Justin Franz
Federal Agencies to Host Scoping Meetings Tribal Tribune, 10/28/16 by Staff
Montana Scoping Meetings Slated for Columbia River System Operations EIS Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/27/16 by Staff
Pressure Mounts on Lower Snake Dams as Fish Runs Sag Spokesman-Review, 10/24/16 by Becky Kramer
River Ops Meeting Set Priest River Times, 10/19/16 by Justin Franz
Environmental Effects of Columbia, Snake River Dams Scrutinized Seattle Times, 10/17/16 by Lynda V. Mapes
Feds Seek Comments on Dam Management Idaho Mountain Express, 10/5/16 by Greg Moore
Updated EIS Sought for Columbia River Dams Bonner County Daily Bee, 10/2/16 by Keith Kinnaird
Ruling Forces Discussions on Breaching Snake River Dams to Save Salmon The Oregonian, 10/2/16 by Associated Press
 
Listen Taking Down Snake River Dams: It's Back on the Table Northwest Public Radio, 10/24/16 by Courtney Flatt
Lower Snake River Dams Have a Long History of Controversy Spokesman-Review, 10/24/16 by Becky Kramer
We Can Restore Salmon and Have Carbon-free Energy Spokesman-Review, 10/22/16 by Nancy Hirsh
 
Earliest Evidence of Human Use of Salmon in Americas: at Least 11,800 Years Ago Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/9/16 by Staff
 
Cantwell: U.S. Ready to Renegotiate Columbia River Treaty Tri-City Herald, 10/7/16 by Annette Cary
 
California Ramps Up Energy Storage Plans with Enactment of Four New Bills Renewable Energy World, 9/28/16 by Brian Kennedy
 
Thom is New NOAA Regional Leader, Norman Appointed to Power Council NW Fishletter, 10/3/16 by Laura Berg
New Regional, NOAA Administator Takes the Reins Next Week NW Sportsman, 9/7/16 by Andy Walgamott
 
Americans Strongly Favor Expanding Solar Power; Costs and Environmental Concerns Pew Research Center, 10/5/16 by Brian Kennedy
 
Feds Open Public Comment on Hydropower Alternatives Boise Weekly, 10/1/16 by George Prentice
Feds Asking Public to Weigh In on Breaching Snake River Dams Spokesman-Review, 9/30/16 by Becky Kramer
Northwest Hydropower Study Due in Five Years Capital Press, 8/29/16 by Mateusz Perkowski
 
Bill to Clean Columbia River Added to Water Package East Oregonian, 9/14/16 by George Plaven
 
'Free the Snake' Flotilla Protests Dams, Threat to Wild Fish Runs Spokesman-Review, 9/19/16 by Rich Landers
 
Senior Advisor to Energy Secretary Selected as BPA's New Chief Operating Officer Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/23/16 by Staff
Washington Taps New Member for Northwest Power and Conservation Council Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/16/16 by Staff
 
Public Meetings on EIS for Columbia River Dams Will Start this Fall NW Fishletter, 9/6/16 by Laura Berg
 
NOAA Stipulates No Mitchell Act Funds For 10 Hatcheries Until Hatchery BiOp Completed Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/9/16 by Staff
No Mitchell Act Funding Until Hatchery BiOp Completed NW Fishletter, 9/1/16 by Laura Berg
Wild Fish Conservancy Takes Legal Aim at Hatchery Funding NW Fishletter, 2/1/16 by Steve Ernst
 
Court Allows Continued Culling of Cormorants in Estuary to Reduce Predation on Salmonids Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/9/16 by Staff
Judge Rules Gov't Can Keep Killing Salmon-Eating Birds ABC News, 9/3/16 by Gillian Flaccus
 
Columbia River Basin Restoration Act, Addressing Toxics Reduction, Passes U.S. Senate Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/16/16 by Staff
 
Identifying Columbia/Snake Cold Water Refuges Important Salmon Recovery Tool Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/26/16 by Staff
Conservation Groups File Notice to Sue EPA Over Columbia/Snake Water Temperatures Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/26/16 by Staff
 
Lonesome Again? Idaho Mountain Express, 8/26/16 by Editorial Board
 
Groups Challenge EPA on Salmon Kills Idaho Mountain Express, 8/17/16 by Wire Reports
Groups Plan Lawsuit Following Columbia Basin Salmon Die-off Capital Press, 8/16/16 by Associated Press
Hot Water Poses Ongoing Threat to Columbia River Salmon, Groups Say Spokesman-Review, 8/15/16 by Becky Kramer
 
Columbia River 'Shadow Tribes' Face a Housing Crisis Capital Press, 8/8/16 by Ben Goldfarb
 
Judge Simon Gives BiOp Defendants Five Years for EIS NW Fishletter, 8/1/16 by Laura Berg
 
PNW Reps Urge Action on Columbia River Treaty Capital Press, 8/12/16 by Dan Wheat
Dams, Megawatts and Poached Salmon Boise Weekly, 8/3/16 by George Prentice
Snake River Dams and Salmon Cannot Coexist Idaho Statesman, 7/31/16 by Ed Chaney
We Can Have a Clean Energy Future and Wild Salmon The Oregonian, 7/29/16 by Wendy Gerlitz
Time for Congress to Act on Dams, Idaho Sockeye Idaho Statesman, 7/22/16 by Ted Eisele
Dams: Impacts on Salmon and Steelhead NW Power Council, 7/22/16 by John Harrison
Dams and Salmon Can Co-exist Idaho Statesman, 7/14/16 by Jo Elg
 
An Attempt at ESA Reform Liberty Blog, 7/6/16 by Raymond Navaro
 
Western Farmers Rely on Massive Waterworks Capital Press, 4/7/16 by Matthew Weaver
 
Dam-managing Agencies Won't Do the Right Thing for Snake River Dams Seattle Times, 7/2/16 by Jim Waddell
Removing Snake River Dams is Bad for Economy and Salmon Seattle Times, 7/2/16 by Todd Myers
 
Judge Gives Feds Nearly Five Years to Complete NEPA Process for Salmon Recovery Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/15/16 by Staff
 
Base Power Plan on Clean, Not Renewable Energy Tri-City Herald, 7/17/16 Chad Bartram & Tim Nies
 
Waterways Exec: Dams Aren't Doomed Lewiston Tribune, 4/27/16 by Chelsea Embree
Stop Dance of Death Idaho Mountain Express, 7/27/16 by Editorial Board
The Salmon's Swim for Survival New York Times, 7/4/16 by Editorial Board
 
Plaintiffs Say Do BiOp And EIS In 2-1/2 Years NW Fishletter, 7/5/16 by Laura Berg
Feds Want 5 Years to Study Columbia River Hydro Options NW Fishletter, 7/5/16 by Laura Berg
Judge Discards Motion on Alleged Factual Errors in BiOp Opinion NW Fishletter, 7/5/16 by Laura Berg
 
Renewed Optimism for Salmon Recovery The Oregoniqn, 6/26/16 Hamilton, Feldner, Daughters
 
The Status Quo Versus the Case for Reform Orange County Register, 6/23/16 by Ryan M. Yonk
 
Seattle Council Spoon-fed by Activists Tri-City Herald, 6/12/16 by Editorial Board
Seattle's Faux-Green City Council Rejects Both Nuclear Energy & Obama's Clean Power Plan Forbes, 6/12/16 by James Conca
 
ESA Delisting Process is Failing According to Testimony Heartland Institute, 6/9/16 by Kenneth Artz
 
Army Corps Should Keep Its Promises to Native Communities Idaho Mountain Express, 6/10/16 by Editorial Board
 
BiOp Judge Gives Feds Another 2 Weeks to File EIS Schedule NW Fishletter, 6/6/16 by Laura Berg
 
Feds Reject Request to Lift Snake River Fall Chinook Listing Yakima Herald, 5/26/16 by Keith Ridler
 
Customer Investments in Solar Benefit All Nevadans: $7 Million - $14 Million per Year NRDC Blog, 5/24/16 by Noah Long
 
Columbia River Tribal Housing at The Dalles Dam Bill Passes U.S. Senate The Oregonian, 5/14/16 by Molly Harbarger
 
Experts Debate Barriers to Species Delisting; Bureaucracy, Litigation Cited as Obstacles Capital Press, 5/6/16 by Mateusz Perkowski
 
Two Years and 2 Million Fish Later, 'Godly' Intervention Needed Tri-City Herald, 5/29/16 by Ron Reimann
Snake River Dams Vital to Renewable Energy Future Spokesman-Review, 5/28/16 by Terry Flores
Will We Support Shipping or Salmon? Idaho Mountain Express, 5/25/16 by Cooper Dart
Yogi Berra and the Endangered Species Act Capital Press, 5/19/16 by Editorial Board
Dams are Damning to Salmon, Steelhead in Idaho, Northwest Idaho Statesman, 5/22/16 by Kevin Lewis
Judge: Failed Salmon Restoration Has Cost Billions Crosscut, 5/17/16 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Why Pro-salmon Ruling on Dams Could Be Bad for the Environment The Oregonian, 5/16/16 by Terry Flores
Federal Court Decision is a Critical Opportunity for Salmon, Energy and Communities Seattle Times, 5/14/16 by Rees, Hirsh &l Arthur
Snake River Salmon: Let's Get it Right This Time Spokesman-Review, 5/14/16 by Sam Mace
What You'll Hear Today, You'll Hear Tomorrow Lewiston Tribune, 5/11/16 by Marty Trillhaase
Feds are Running Out of Half Measures East Oregonian, 5/10/16 by Staff
Remove Dams to Save Salmon, Orca Herald Net, 4/28/16 by Ariel Marie Yseth
 
Irrigators Claim Judge Erred in Hydropower Ruling Capital Press, 5/9/16 by Mateusz Perkowski
 
Judge Decides 2014 BiOp: Snake River Dam Breaching Not Ruled Out NW Fishletter, 6/6/16 by Laura Berg
Judge: Salmon Recovery Requires Big Dam Changes Chinook Observer, 5/10/16 by Staff
Industry Criticizes, Salmon Advocates Cheer Columbia Basin BiOp Ruling Capital Press, 5/9/16 by George Plaven
Dam Changes Needed on Snake River to Protect Salmon Disaster Management Digest, 5/7/16 by Kimberly Arsenault
'Groundhog Day': Judge Again Orders Feds to Take New Approach on NW Salmon Idaho Statesman, 5/6/16 by Rocky Barker
Pacific Northwest BiOp Once Again Rejected by Court HydroWorld, 5/6/16 by Elizabeth Ingram
Court Rejects Columbia Basin Hydro Plan Idaho Mountain Express, 5/6/16 by Greg Moore
Court Rejects Salmon Plan, Suggests Breaching Dams Electric Co-op Today, 5/6/16 by Steven Johnson
Judge: Plan for Restoring Northwest Salmon Runs Not Enough The Herald Journal, 5/6/16 by Associated Press
Judge: Plans to Restore Salmon Runs in the Northwest Are Not Enough Bend Bulletin, 5/6/16 by Gene Johnson
Why Plans to Preserve Northwest Salmon Runs Have Stalled -- Yet Again Christian Science Monitor, 5/5/16 by Jason Thomson
Fisheries and Feds Must Step Up After Disastrous Sockeye Run Idaho State Journal, 5/5/16 Staff and Wire Reports
Salmon Advocates Cheer Columbia Basin BiOp Ruling East Oregonian, 5/5/16 by George Plaven
Federal Judge Has Had Enough Fin-dragging Lewiston Tribune, 5/5/16 by Eric Barker
Federal Court Rejects U.S. Plan for Restoring Embattled Northwest Salmon Reuters, 5/5/16 by Eric M. Johnson
Feds' Columbia/Snake River Salmon Plan Again Found Illegal Earth Justice, 5/4/16 by Press Release
Judge Rejects Feds' Latest Plan to Help Salmon Survive Columbia River Dams Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/4/16 by Cassandra Profita
Judge Rejects Feds' Columbia River Salmon Plan, Calls for a Rewrite The Oregonian, 5/4/16 by Kelly House
Judge: Plan for Restoring PNW Salmon Runs Not Enough Capital Press, 5/4/16 by Associated Press
U.S. Judge Tosses Feds' Salmon Plan Back in Water, Suggests Breaching Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/4/16 by Joel Connelly
Judge: Salmon Recovery Requires Big Dam Changes on Snake River Seattle Times, 5/4/16 by Lynda V. Mapes
 
Act to Keep Trade Moving The Columbian, 3/3/16 by Editorial Board
 
Preserve Wild Salmon from Hatchery Hordes The Oregonian, 3/14/16 by Guido Rahr
Salmon Hatchery Findings Should Inform a Top-to-Bottom Review The Oregonian, 3/10/16 by Editorial Board
Cantwell Pushes NOAA to Reduce Delays in Approving Hatchery Genetic Management Plans The Columbian, 2/26/16 by Staff
Wild Fish Advocates Threaten Suit Over Hatcheries Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 1/20/16 by Rich Landers
 
Let Water Users Pay for Snake River Aquifer Recharge Idaho Statesman, 2/13/16 by Jon Marvel
 
Modular Reactors the Future of Nuclear Energy Twin Falls Times-News, 2/7/16 by Dr. Roger Mayes
 
Cautious New Cowlitz PUD Leader Faces Myriad of Challenges The Daily News, 1/23/16 by Marissa Luck
 
NRIC Sues Northwest Power and Conservation Council NW Fishletter, 2/1/16 by Laura Berg
Group Sues Council, Says 2014 Fish and Wildlife Program Fails to Protect Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/22/16 by Staff
 
Western Governors to Examine Species Law Reform at Boise Workshop Idaho Statesman, 1/18/16 by Rocky Barker
 
Shared Recovery Goals Sought for Columbia Basin Salmon and Steelhead NW Fishletter, 1/4/16 by Laura Berg
 
Nevada Should Adopt, Not Marginalize, Solar Energy Las Vegas Sun, 1/3/16 by Editorial Board
 
McKern Letter: Salmon Runs Idaho Statesman, 1/2/16 by John McKern
Idaho Landscape Could Be Safe Haven for Native Fish Lewiston Tribune, 1/1/16 by Eric Barker
 

2015

Threading the Needle -- Cheaply -- to Meet Power Demands The Oregonian, 12/31/15 by Editorial Board
 
'Record Salmon Runs' Actually a Decline Idaho Statesman, 12/7/15 by Don Chapman
Abundant Salmon Runs are Early Christmas Present Maple Valley Reporter, 12/6/15 by Don Brunell
 
Grain Commissions to Combat Dam Misinformation Capital Press, 12/3/15 by Matthew Weaver
 
To Save the Orcas, Do We Need to Demolish Dams? Crosscut, 11/16/15 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Studies Doubt Value of Snake River Dams Lewiston Tribune, 11/15/15 by Eric Barker
 
Public Lands Council Wants Endangered Species Act Reform WNAX, 11/18/15 by Staff
Western Governors' Association Calls for Massive Weakening of Endangered Species Act IndyBay, 11/13/15 Center for Biological Diversity
Cody Workshop to Examine Endangered Species Act Reform Billings Gazette, 11/11/15 by Associated Press
 
Northwest Power Draft Plan Sees Little New Generation Coming for BPA Missoulian, 11/9/15 by Rob Chaney
 
Fight Over Dams in the Northwest Al Jazeera America, 11/26/15 by Staff
 
Congress Must Act on Ports The Columbian, 11/13/15 by Editorial Board
Congress Must Pass PORTS Bills Capital Press, 8/20/15 by Editorial Board
 
Familiar Talking Points Appear at Dam Breaching Discussion Lewiston Tribune, 11/6/15 by Eric Barker
 
Dems Push Obama on Endangered Species Protections The Hill, 11/5/15 by Devin Henry
 
Officials Propose Plans to Bolster Fall Chinook Argus Observer, 11/3/15 by Keith Ridler
Feds Propose Plans to Bolster Snake River Fall Chinook Bellingham Herald, 11/3/15 by Keith Ridler
Listen Feds Release Plan for Recovering Snake River (Fall) Salmon Oregon Public Broadcasting, 11/2/15 by Cassandra Profita
 
Plan to Boost Snake River Fall Chinook Run in the Works Seattle Times, 11/13/15 by Staff
 
Idaho's Wild Salmon and Steelhead are in Peril Idaho Statesman, 10/9/15 by Chris Wood
 
What it Will Take to Put Dam Breaching Back on the Table Idaho Statesman, 10/29/15 by Rocky Barker
The Hypocricy of Efforts to Remove Lower Snake River Dams Tri-City Herald, 10/24/15 by Colin Hastings
Critics of Snake River Dams Say It's Time to Remove Them Bellingham Herald, 10/18/15 by Nicholas K. Geranios
 
Large Flotilla of Outdoor Enthusiasts Takes "Free the Snake" Message to the Water Moscow-Pullman Daily News, 10/7/15 by Terri Harber
Free the Snake Event Lures Flotilla to Protest Dams Spokesman-Review, 10/5/15 by Rich Landers
Hundreds Protest Lower Snake River Dams to 'Free the Snake' KBOI, 10/4/15 by Staff
Flotilla of 300-Plus Protest Snake River Dam System Boise Weekly, 10/4/15 by George Prentice
Anti-Dam Advocates Plan a Flotilla of Boats on the Snake River Boise State Public Radio, 10/2/15 by Samantha Wright
Flotilla of Groups to Protest Snake River Dams Spokesman-Review, 9/29/15 by Rich Landers
Free the Snake: A 150-Boat Flotilla Takes to the River on Oct. 3 to Advocate Against Dams Boise Weekly, 9/29/15 by Jessica Murri
 
Feds More Likely to Intervene in Future Port Slowdowns Under Proposed Bill The Oregonian, 11/5/15 by Molly Harbarger
Loss of Port Service Creates Bitter Harvest The Oregonian, 10/10/15 by Editorial Board
Gov. Kate Brown Heads to Hong Kong, China and Japan for First Trade Mission Willamette Week, 10/8/15 by Staff
Proposal Seeks to Keep Ports Open During Labor Disputes Capital Press, 10/6/15 by Staff
NLRB Deals Another Blow to the ILWU in Portland Journal of Commerce, 10/2/15 by Bill Mongelluzzo
Port Terminal Operator takes Victory Lap after Labor Board Upholds Union-scolding Ruling Portland Business Journal, 10/2/15 by Andy Giegerich
Judge's Ruling on Labor Actions Doesn't Silence Union-Port War of Words Portland Tribune, 10/1/15 by Jim Redden
 
Lower Snake River Dams Provide Outstanding Value to the Nation Tri-City Herald, 9/30/15 by Lt. Col. Timothy Vail
 
Americans Support Endangered Species Act Reform California Ag Today, 10/1/15 by Staff
Poll Shows Broad Support for Endangered Species Act Reform AG Professional, 9/30/15 by American Farm Bureau
 
Oldest Find of Salmon Remains in North America New York Times, 9/21/15 by Staff
Salmon Fishing in North America Dates Back to Last Ice Age, Oldest Instance on Record University Herald, 9/22/15 by Staff
 
Employees say Bonneville Power Administration's Cultural Turnaround Has a Ways To Go The Oregonian, 9/19/15 by Ted Sickinger
 
California Increases Renewable Portfolio Standard to 50% by 2030 Solar Industry Magazine, 9/14/15 by Staff
 
Southern Resident Orcas Too Magnificent to Lose Switchboard, 9/2/15 by Giulia Good Stefani
 
Mead to Focus on Endangered Species Act Reform Casper Star Tribune, 8/26/15 by Laura Hancock
 
Why is Bad Science Protecting the Lower Snake River Dams? High Country News, 8/12/15 by Borg Hendrickson
 
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Blames GOP for Climate Failures Capital Press, 7/17/15 by Phuong Le
 
El Nino Weather Patterns may be Cause of Coho, Chinook Ocean Survival Becoming Similar Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/7/15 by Staff
Salmon Face Warming Waters, Changes to El Nino Patterns in Fight for Survival on West Coast E&E, 8/6/15 by Brittany Patterson
Why Are Hundreds of Thousands of Salmon Dying in the Northwest? Climate Progress, 7/29/15 by Natasha Geiling
 
The Great Migration Sun Valley Magazine, 7/15 by Laurie Sammis
 
Sockeye Death Toll a Predictable Disaster Idaho Statesman, 7/31/15 by Greg Stahl
Dead Salmon, Climate Change and Northwest Dams Seattle Times, 8/3/15 by Pat Ford
 
Racist Graffiti Found on Tribes' Boat Spokesman-Review, 7/15/15 by Staff
 
State Department Seeks CRT Negotiations, But No Timeline NW Fishletter, 7/6/15 by Ben Tansey
 
Shipping Workshops Announced to Help Exporters Portland Tribune, 7/2/15 by Jim Redden
ID Senator Tries to Stop Labor Slowdowns After Port of Portland Container Terminal Woes The Oregonian, 7/1/15 by Molly Harbarger
 
Renewable Energy by Any Other Name Doesn't Smell as Sweet Forbes, 6/30/15 by James Conca
 
Fighting for Idaho's Anadromous Fish San Francisco Chronicle, 6/28/15 by Associated Press
 
Small Modular Reactor Bill Passes State Senate Tri-City Herald, 6/30/15 by Annette Cary
 
Commercial Fishermen in Alaska Want to Catch More Snake River Fall Chinook Connections, 6/15 by Idaho Power
 
One Last Round for 2014 BiOp Fight NW Fishletter, 7/6/15 by Bill Rudolph
Attorneys Present Pros/Cons of Salmon BiOp at Federal Court Oral Argument Hearing Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/26/15 by Staff
Groups Clash in Court Over Columbia River Basin Salmon Plan Washington Times, 6/23/15 by Gosia Wozniacka
Listen New Judge To Hear Arguments On Columbia River Dams And Salmon Oregon Public Broadcasting, 6/23/15 by Cassandra Profita
New Judge to Hear Arguments on Obama Administration's Latest Salmon Plan Tuesday NYC Today, 6/23/15 by Gloria Bradley
$700 Million Plan to Help Salmon Habitat Faces New Challenge Washington Times, 6/20/15 by Gosia Wozniacka
 
Feedback: Snake River Sockeye Salmon Recovery Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/19/15 by Greg Stahl
NOAA's Snake River Sockeye Salmon Recovery Plan:25 Years of Actions at $101 Million Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/12/15 by Staff
 
New Director Named for Washington's DOE Office of the Columbia River Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/19/15 by Staff
 
Support Family Wage Jobs The Daily News, 6/18/15 by Editorial Board
 
Columbia River Treaty Negotiating Position to Include 'Ecosystem-Based Function' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/12/15 by Staff
 
Washington Announces Endangered Species Reforms Heartland Institute, 6/11/15 by H. Sterling Burnett
 
Salmon Plan Seeks to Create Self-sustaining Populations Idaho Mountain Express, 6/10/15 by Lisa Carton
Snake River Sockeye Salmon Recovery Plan Released Spokesman-Review, 6/9/15 by Associated Press
Snake River Sockeye Recovery to Take 50-100 Years Under Final Plan Idaho Statesman, 6/8/15 by Rocky Barker
 
Salmon Swim in the Owyhee River After 87 Years, and the Shoshone Paiute Relearn Traditions Idaho Statesman, 6/7/15 by Rocky Barker
 
Elon Musk: 'I'm Not Really a Fan of Disruption; I'm Just a Fan of Things Being Better' GreenTech Grid, 6/9/15 by Julia Pyper
 
Broetje Orchards Got Off Easy Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/9/15 by Jeffery C. Bickle
Broetje Orchards Contributes to the Community Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/5/15 by Susan Palmer
 
US Bill to Prevent Port "Slowdowns" World Cargo News, 6/7/15 by Staff
Port Facing Deficits Lewiston Tribune, 6/5/15 by Borg Hendrickson
Watch Farmers Feel the Pinch with Port of Portland Closure KLEW TV, 5/29/15 by Suzette Reynoso
Farmers Ponder Options Following Loss of Portland Container Carriers Capital Press, 5/29/15 by Matthew Weaver
 
Seals, Sea Lions Eating Endangered Fish Capital Press, 5/28/15 by Carlisle Harrison
 
Legislation Introduced to Clean Up Columbia River Basin Dregding News Online, 5/21/15 by Staff
 
Columbia Generating Station Represents the Success of Nuclear Power Generation Bellingham Herald, 5/25/15 by Robert L. Ferguson
 
Additional Hydropower Could Cut Carbon Emissions The Oregonian, 5/22/15 by Ciocci & Flores
 
Obama's Preemptive Strike to Reform Endangered Species Act High Country News, 5/20/15 by Elizabeth Shogren
Endangered Species Act Gets a Makeover The Hill, 5/18/15 by Timothy Cama
GOP Plots New Course on Endangered Species Act Reform The Hill, 5/17/15 by Timothy Cama
House GOP and Dems at Work on Competing ESA Reform Efforts E&E Daily, 5/15/15 by Corbin Hiar
 
Analysis: Chasing Demons in the Ocean NW Fishletter, 5/14/15 by Bill Rudolph
 
Salmon BiOp Litigation: Federal Agencies, Supporters File Flurry of Briefs at Deadline Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/8/15 by Staff
 
Dam Removal Study Shows Most River Ecosystems Stabilize Quickly Afterwards Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/8/15 by Staff
Listen Rivers Recover Rapidly Once Dams Are Gone, Study Finds Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/30/15 by Cassandra Profita
 
Senate Holds Hearing on ESA Reform Bills JD Supra, 5/7/15 by Ashley Remillard
 
How the Waterfront Went from a Shit-Filled Disaster to Portland's Real "Living Room" Portland Mercury, 4/29/15 by Joe Streckert
 
Pendleton Attorney and Farmer Reappointed to NW Power Council Capital Press, 4/14/15 by Eric Mortenson
Washington Wheat Industry Asks Decision Makers to Consider Billion-dollar Impact Capital Press, 4/13/15 by Matthew Weaver
 
Ex-energy Official's $1.7 Million Gig Draws Fire Politico, 3/16/15 by Darius Dixon
 
California Governor Orders Aggressive Greenhouse Gas Cuts by 2030 Reuters, 4/29/15 by Rory Carroll
Solar Energy Poll Results Called Warning for Nevada Legislators Las Vegas Review-Journal, 4/29/15 by Sean Whaley
 
Responding to De-List Petition, NOAAAnnounces Review for Snake River Fall Chinook Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/24/15 by Staff
NMFS Will Review Status of Snake Fall Chinook NW Fishletter, 4/23/15 by Bill Rudolph
Group Files to Delist Snake River Fall Chinook NW Fishletter, 2/5/15 by Bill Rudolph
 
BiOp Plaintiffs File Last Arguments Before Court Faceoff NW Fishletter, 4/23/15 by Bill Rudolph
 
Bird Lovers Start Litigation Over Corps' Cormorant Plan NW Fishletter, 4/23/15 by Bill Rudolph
 
'Spill Bill' Gets Hearing in Oregon Senate, But Goes Nowhere NW Fishletter, 4/23/15 by Steve Ernst
 
Legislature Opposes Snake Dam Removal Idaho Mountain Express, 4/15/15 by Greg Moore
Idaho House of Representatives House Joint Memorial No. 11 Idaho Ways and Means Committee, 3/31/15 by 63rd Legislature of Idaho
 
Columbia River is No. 2 on List of America's Endangered Rivers Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/7/15 by Joel Connelly
 
Newhouse Tours Ice Harbor Dam, Discusses Treaty Negotiations Tri-City Herald, 4/17/15 by Annette Cary
 
Ice Harbor Dam Fight to be Taken Directly to Ike If Necessary Lewiston Tribune, 4/13/15 from March 22, 1953
Franklin Roosevelt, Who Died 70 Years Ago, Made Historic Visits to Oregon The Oregonian, 4/10/15 by John Killen
 
OSC Obtains Settlement for Whistleblowers at Federally-run Bonneville Power Administration Fierce Government, 4/7/15 by Ryan McDermott
 
Feds File Cross-Motion Following Challengers' Request for Summary Judgement Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/27/15 by Staff
 
Unclouding the Council's Crystal Ball: What We Look at Changes Everything Transformer, 3/4/15 by Staff
Lower Load Growth Expectations for 7th Plan Don't Reduce Importance of Energy Efficiency Transformer, 2/6/15 by Staff
 
Big Salmon Runs Today - What about the Future? NW Power Council, 3/25/15 by ISAB Erik Merril
 
Snake River Dams Are Assets That Must Remain Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/28/15 by Ron Dunning
Adult Salmon Survival Past Dams is 99 Percent Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/25/15 by John McKern
Fish Survival Rate is Disputed Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/21/15 by Borg Hendrickson
Idaho Needs and Can Maintain Both Its Dams and Fish Lewiston Tribune, 3/15/15 by David Doeringsfeld
Hydropower Not Been Replaced by Wind Power Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/6/15 by John McKern
New Numbers Won't Change Debate About Snake River Structures Idaho Statesman, 3/5/15 by Rocky Barker
Lower Snake River Dams Are Economic Losers Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/28/15 by Borg Hendrickson
 
Will Taxpayers Dub It a 'Port to Nowhere'? Lewiston Tribune, 4/1/15 by Marty Trillhaase
 
Brown Renews Support for Eastern Oregon Water Project Capital Press, 3/23/15 by EO Media Group
 
Watch Group Wants to Save Killer Whales by Removing the Lower Snake River Dams KLEW TV, 2/26/15 by Carol Zinke
Students Call for Removal of Snake River Dams Whitman College Pioneer, 2/26/15 by Lachlan Johnson
 
New Phase Begins in Legal Battle Over Future Dredging of Lower Snake Navigation Channel Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/20/15 by Staff
 
Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission Chooses Melcher as New ODFW Director Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/20/15 by Staff
 
Solar Energy Delivers Too Little Bang for Billions Invested Forbes, 2/25/15 by David Williams
 
ESA Reform Bills Fail to Address DNA Use and Militarization Watchdog.org, 2/19/15 by Melissa Genson
 
Waddell is Not So Easy to Ignore Lewiston Tribune, 2/27/15 by Chris Carlson
Breaching Lower Snake Dams Economically Sound Salmon Blog, 2/19/15 by Michael Wells
Once More Into the Breach Debate Lewiston Tribune, 2/15/15 by Eric Barker
 
Brigadier General Scott A. Spellmon ACOE website, 7/16 by Staff
New Chief of Engineers Nominated by President Obama The Levee Was Dry, 2/24/16 by Scott L. Shapiro
 
Burke Elected Vice-President of Energy Northwest Board of Directors PT Leader, 2/18/15 by Staff
 
Bolster Transparency of Listing Species Twin Falls Times-News, 2/14/15 by Mike Crapo
 
Hydro BiOp Update: Judge Allows Extra-Record Materials NW Fishletter, 2/5/15 by Bill Rudolph
 
Find Fix for Smelt-eating Sea Lions The Daily News, 2/1/15 by Editorial Board
 
Awards Celebrate the Behind-the-Scenes Work of Managing FCRPS Dams BPA Journal, 1/22/15 by Staff
 
Looking to a Nuclear Future in Washington Crosscut, 1/29/15 by John Stang
Nuclear Energy Deserves Debate The Columbian, 12/19/14 by Editorial Board
Water Quality Permit for Energy Northwest's Nuclear Plant Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/7/14 by John Dobken
 
Watch Bill Supports Killing Sea Lions at Bonneville Dam KOIN 6 News, 1/29/15 by Chris Holmstrom
 
Being Frank: The Time to Act is Now North Kitsap Herald, 1/10/15 by Lorraine Loomis
 

2014

Its Time to Endanger the Endangered Species Act Town Hall, 1/6/14 by Taylor Smith
 
The Great Salmon Compromise High Country News, 12/8/14 by Ben Goldfarb
 
Veteran IDFG Official Takes Helm of Washington Agency Lewiston Tribune, 1/16/14 by Eric Barker
 
Hastings Sees Hope for ESA, Energy Bills Capital Press, 1/16/14 by Dan Wheat
 
Don Brunell new job as VP Gordon Thoms Honeywell Govt. Affairs of Washington State Association of Washington Business, 1/15(?)/15 by Staff Profile
AWB President, Kris Johnson, to Speak on the Business Climate in Washington State Thurston County Chamber, 10/1/14(?) by Press Release
AWB Names Kris Johnson as New President Association of Washington Business, 1/1/14(?) by Press Release
AWB Leaders Meet Basin Business Community Columbia Basin Herald, 11/24/13 by Tiffany Sukola
 
Environmentalists Try to Muddy Waters About Dredging Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 12/30/14 by John McKern
To Dredge Or Not To Dredge? Lewiston Tribune, 12/9/14 by Wanda Keefer
Aging Infrastructure and Scarce Dollars Means Tough Decisions for the Northwest Lewiston Tribune, 12/7/14 by Norm Ritchie
Dredging Project Hits a Potential Legal Snag Lewiston Tribune, 12/3/14 by Eric Barker
Snake River Dredging Goes Back to Court as Barge Traffic Drops Idaho Statesman, 11/25/14 by Rocky Barker
Dredging Plan Spawns Lawsuit Lewiston Tribune, 11/25/14 by Eric Barker
Snake River Dredging Challenged by Fishing Groups Spokesman-Review, 11/25/14 by Rich Landers
Lawsuit Filed to Stop Snake River Dredging The Columbian, 11/25/14 by Nicholas Geranios
 
Empty Promises to Displaced Tribal Fishermen The Oregonian, 11/15/14 by Roberta Ulrich
 
Tea Party Turned Back: Newhouse is State's New Congressman Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/7/14 by Joel Connelly
 
Enviros Challenge CGS's New Waste Discharge Permit NW Fishletter, 11/21/14 by Bill Rudolph
Energy Northwest: Changes Asked in Lawsuit Could Cost $20 Million Tri-City Herald, 11/14/14 by Annette Cary
Conservation Groups Sue State Agency Over Columbia Generating Station Discharge Permit Tri-City Herald, 10/30/14 by Drew Foster
 
New F&W Program Gets Go-Ahead NW Fishletter, 10/23/14 by Bill Rudolph
 
Salmon are Flourishing Because of Judge's Orders The Oregonian, 11/8/14 by Michael C. Blumm
How to Boost Salmon Populations The Oregonian, 11/6/14 by Hamilton and Bogaard
Northwest Must Preserve Salmon and Hydro Dams The Oregonian, 10/14/14 by Terry Flores
 
Sockeye Get Their Wildness Back Idaho Statesman, 11/24/14 by Rocky Barker
Let's Start Talking About Delisting Sockeye Idaho Statesman, 11/19/14 by Scott Levy
Delisting Idaho's Sockeye is an Obtainable Goal Twin Falls Times-News, 10/12/14 by Scott Levy
Delisting Idaho's Sockeye is an Obtainable Goal Idaho Mountain Express, 10/3/14 by Scott Levy
 
Renewal of Columbia River Treaty Could Open Pandora's Box Quarterly, Spring 2014 by Idaho Farm Bureau
 
Salmon People Pray for Sacred Fish to Return to Historic Home Al Jazeera America, 10/5/14 by Kevin Taylor
 
Oregon Joins Other Plaintiffs in BiOp Lawsuit NW Fishletter, 10/2/14 by Bill Rudolph
 
BPA Regains Key Personnel Authority Electric Co-op Today, 10/6/14 by Steven Johnson
Bonneville Regains Hiring Authorities The Oregonian, 9/30/14 by Ted Sickinger
Employee Survey Scorches Management at the BPA The Oregonian, 9/23/14 by Ted Sickinger
The Steve Wright Era BPA Watch, 1/2003 by Daniel Seligman
 
Inslee: No Hanford Delay The Dalles Chronicle, 9/6/14 by Associated Press
 
Corps of Engineers Committed to Clean Dam Operations: Guest Opinion The Oregonian, 9/3/14 Brigadier General John S. Kem
 
The 198 People Who Can Transform the U.S. Electric Grid GreenBiz.com, 8/11/14 by Joel Makower
In Win for FERC, Appeals Court Upholds Regional Grid-planning Rule E & E, 8/15/14 by Jacobs & Northey
 
Renew Efforts for Idaho's Water Future Teton Valley News, 8/21/14 by Marie Callaway Kellner
 
In Our View: Restoring the River The Columbian, 8/18/14 by Editorial Board
Setting Rivers Free: As Dams are Torn Down, Nature is Quickly Recovering Christian Science Monitor, 8/3/14 by Doug Struck
 
House Approves Bill to Reform the Endangered Species Act Oil & Gas Journal, 8/18/14 by Nick Snow
The House's Continued Assault on Endangered Species Epoch Times, 8/8/14 by Jamie Rappaport Clark
Walden, House Vote for Species Act Reforms KTVZ, 7/29/14 by News Sources
 
Hastings Blasts Army Corps of Engineers Deal on Dams and Pollution Tri-City Herald, 8/6/14 by Annette Cary
 
BPA and DOE Avoid Disclosure of Public Records on Bonneville's Hiring Scandal - Again The Oregonian, 8/6/14 by Ted Sickinger
BPA e-mails Show Former Administrator Steve Wright was in the Loop on Hiring Problems The Oregonian, 4/10/14 by Ted Sickinge
BPA Investigation finds Hiring Violations, Retaliation and Bad Management The Oregonian, 10/8/14 by Ted Sickinge
 
Are the Feds Simply Shielding Columbia River Dams from Wrecking Balls? Crosscut, 7/24/14 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Columbia River: Why it May be Time to Let Some Dams Tumble Crosscut, 7/24/14 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Renewing Idaho's Wild Salmon and Wild Rivers Idaho Statesman, 7/28/14 by Rocky Barker
 
Sockeye Draft Recovery Plan Shows Just How Far Away Success Is Idaho Statesman, 7/21/14 by Rocky Barker
No Fish Tale: Uptick in Northwest Salmon Stock Electric Co-op Today, 7/17/14 by Steven Johnson
 
Corps' Walla Walla District Gets New Commander Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/18/14 by Staff
 
Dam Nation: In film, a Case for Removal of Dams Capital Press, 7/9/14 by Jennifer Liebrum
 
A Tribe Once Called "Power from the Brain" Dissedent Voice, 6/17/14 by Paul K. Haeder
 
Environmentalists Refuse to See Success of Salmon Efforts Capital Press, 6/26/14 by Terry Flores
Drug Addiction and Salmon Policy The Daily Astorian, 6/23/14 by Editorial Board
 
Latest BiOp Litigation Slips into Gear NW Fishletter, 7/24/14 by Bill Rudolph
Enviro, Fishing Groups Say Latest BiOp Still Flawed NW Fishletter, 6/26/14 by Bill Rudolph
Groups File Challenge Against New Federal Columbia Basin Salmon/Steelhead Recovery Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/20/14 by Staff
Latest Federal Plan for Columbia Salmon Challenged ABC News, 6/18/14 by Jeff Barnard
Federal Salmon Plan Heads Back to the Courtroom NW Public Radio, 6/17/14 by Courtney Flatt
Groups Sue U.S. Agencies, Saying Plan to Protect Salmon Falls Short Los Angeles Times, 6/17/14 by Maria L. La Ganga
 
Fishing Groups Take Aim at 2014 Hydro Biop in 9th Circuit NW Fishletter, 6/5/14 by Bill Rudolph
 
Why the Columbia River Treaty Matters Seattle Times, 7/2/14 by Suzanne Skinner
The Columbia River Treaty: Salmon En Route The Economist, 6/7/14 by Staff
'Roll On, Columbia,' But with Some Amendments The Olympian, 6/2/14 by John Rosenberg
NW Lawmakers Urge State to Act On Columbia River Treaty NW Fishletter, 4/24/14 by Ben Tansey
 
Hasting Amendments Protecting Ag Pass House Capital Press, 6/2/14 by Dan Wheat
 
Cost of Endangered Species Act Must be Weighed Electric Co-op Today, 6/2/14 by Cathy Cash
 
Groups Challenge in Ninth Circuit BPA's Record of Decision Accepting Feds' Salmon Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/30/14 by Staff
 
Inslee Signs Order to Tackle Carbon Pollution Capital Press, 4/30/14 by Dan Wheat
 
Investigation Finds No Evidence of Ongoing Retaliation Against Whistleblower at Bonneville The Oregonian, 5/20/14 by Ted Sickinger
 
Nisqually Wildlife Refuge Would be Renamed for Civil Rights hero Billy Frank Jr. Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/7/15 by Joel Connelly
Billy Frank Jr.: A Happy Insurgent Crosscut, 5/5/14 by Joe Copeland
 
Jeff Stier, Senior Policy Advisor at BPA LinkedIn.com, 3/14 by Jeff Stier
The Power of the Internet: bluefish.org Ask Questions of BPA's Jeff Stier email exchange, Early 2014 Scott Levy & Jeff Stier
 
Geothermal, G-E-O-T-H-E-R-M-A-L, Geothermal One Mule Team (blog), 3/14/8 by Karl Mueller
DeFazio and Bush Bedfellows: Snake River Dams Must Stand Forever (Part 1) One Mule Team (blog), 3/8 by Karl Mueller
DeFazio and Bush Bedfellows: Snake River Dams Must Stand Forever (Part 2) One Mule Team (blog), 3/8 by Karl Mueller
DeFazio and Bush Bedfellows: Snake River Dams Must Stand Forever (Part 3) One Mule Team (blog), 3/8 by Karl Mueller
DeFazio and Bush Bedfellows: Snake River Dams Must Stand Forever (Part 4) One Mule Team (blog), 3/8 by Karl Mueller
Snake River Dams wonk-a-thon (first installment) One Mule Team (blog), 3/8 by Karl Mueller
 
Northwest RiverPartners, Grant PUD Receive Awards From NHA Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/2/14 by Staff
 
"DamNation" Documentary Harkens Era of Dam Removal Denver Post, 5/15/14 by Jason Blevins
Damnation: America's Deadbeat Dam Problem is Government Waste at Most Dangerous Esquire, 5/14/14 by James Joiner
Tear Down 'Deadbeat' Dams New York Times, 5/7/14 by Yvon Chouinard
Will Our 'Dam Nation' Free its Rivers? High Country News, 5/7/14 by Sarah Gilman
DamNation Film Crew Renews Call to Tear Down Snake River Dams Hatch Magazine, 5/6/14 by Chad Shmukler
Patagonia's New Line of Activism is Documentary 'DamNation' Los Angeles Times, 5/1/14 by John Horn
 
New Economic Data Emerges in Dams Debate BPA Watch, 4/30/14 by Eric Barker
 
Listen Tribes Optimistic About Returning Salmon to Upper Columbia Basin Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/24/14 by Tom Banse
 
Columbia-Snake River Irrigators want 'God Squad' to Assess Basin Salmon Recovery Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/25/14 by Bill Rudolph
Call for 'God Squad' Endangered Species Act Review Smart Move by Irrigators Tri-City Herald, 4/27/14 by Editorial Board
Irrigators Ask Governors to Convene God Squad over ESA Salmon Issues NW Fishletter, 4/24/14 by Bill Rudolph
 
ISAB Explains Problems, Possibilities with Oregon's Spill Proposal NW Fishletter, 4/24/14 by Bill Rudolph
 
The Koch Attack on Solar Energy New York Times, 4/26/14 by Editorial Board
Koch Brothers and Big Utilities Campaign to Unplug Solar Power Los Angeles Times, 4/23/14 by David Horsey
 
Obama to Challenge Private Companies to Boost Solar Power Use Washington Post, 4/16/14 by Eilperin & Zezima
 
BPA Delays Public Records Releases Again, Keeping the Lid on Hiring Scandal Details The Oregonian, 4/9/14 by Ted Sickinger
 
Fishing/Conservation Groups File Sue Notice on Salmon BiOp in Ninth Circuit Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/14 by Staff
Fishing Groups Intend to Sue BPA over BiOp in 9th Circuit NW Fishletter, 4/3/14 by Bill Rudolph
 
H.R.4097 - Salmon Solutions and Planning Act U.S. Government, 2/26/14 by 113 Congress, 2nd Session
 
Northwest Energy Caucus Reorganizes Tri-City Herald, 3/20/13 by Staff
Hastings, DeFazio to Co-Chair Bipartisan Congressional Northwest Energy Caucus Press Release, 3/19/13 by Kriby & Gilbreath
DeFazio And Northwest Energy Caucus Block BPA Energy Rate Increase Press Release, 6/13/6 by Danielle Langone
DeFazio Leads Bipartisan NW Energy Caucus in Fighting BPA Rate Increase Press Release, 2/22/6 by Kristie Greco
 
First Nations Save First Foods: Northwest Tribes Seek to Restore Historic Fish Runs Indian Country, 4/7/14 by Jack McNeel
 
Proposals Would Undermine Protections for Wildlife on the Brink of Extinction eNews Park Forest, 4/8/14 by Earth Justice staff
House Republicans Introduce Legislation to Weaken Endangered Species Act eNews Park Forest, 3/28/14 by Center for Biological Diversity
 
Remember Andrus' Efforts to Boost Idaho Salmon Spokesman-Review, 3/23/14 by Chris Carlson
 
The "New" Biological Opinion Egregiously Fails Wild Spring Chinook Recovery McCall Star-News, 3/28/14 by Don Chapman
Talk of Breaching Snake River Dams a Red Herring Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/21/14 by John McKern
 
Doc Hastings - Thanks for Your Service. I'm Glad You Are Retiring Wenatchee World, 2/28/14 by Werner Janssen
How Northwest's Natural Resource Policy-Making Could Change Jefferson Public Radio, 2/18/14 by Courtney Flatt
Doc Hastings to Retire from Congress Roll Call, 2/13/14 by Abby Livingston
 
Weigh All the Benefits of the Columbia River Treaty Seattle Times, 3/13/14 by Lance Dickie
 
Peter Johnson, Businessman Become Bureaucrat Who Kept BPA Solvent, Dies at Age 82 The Oregonian, 2/14/14 by Ted Sickinger
Boisean Peter T. Johnson Helped Preserve Northwest Economy Idaho Statesman, 2/11/14 by Rocky Barker
 
New Leader Appointed to Bonneville Power Administration Statesman Journal, 1/27/14 by Staff
 
ESA Transparency Bills go to House Floor Capital Press, 5/6/14 by Matthew Weaver
Bill to Reform Endangered Species Act Clears Committee Ripon Advance, 5/2/14 by Aaron Martin
NRECA Backs Reform of Endangered Species Act Electric Co-op Today, 4/29/14 by Cathy Cash
Endangered Species Act Needs Reform Capital Press, 2/20/14 by Rep. Doc Hastings
Hastings' ESA "Reform" is the Movie Groundhog Day All Over Again Huffington Post, 2/12/14 by Jamie Rappaport Clark
Changes Sought for Endangered Species Act Telegram & Gazette, 2/5/14 by Matthew Brown
GOP Aims to Overhaul Endangered Species Act as the Law Saves First Fish Species United Press International, 2/5/14 by Brooks Hays
WA Rep. Doc Hastings Proposes 'Targeted' Changes to Weaken Endangered Species Act Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/4/14 by Joel Connelly
Rep. Rob Bishop, Others Target Endangered Species Act Deseret News, 2/4/14 by Amy Joi O'Donoghue
Lawmakers Seek Endangered Species Act Overhaul Seattle Times, 2/4/14 by Matthew Brown
GOP Proposes Facelift for Endangered Species Law The Hill, 2/4/14 by Laura Barron-Lopez
Rep. Hastings Calls for Reforms to Endangered Species Act Yakima Herald-Republic, 1/26/14 by Kate Prengaman
 
East Side Springer Angling Shunned Spokesman-Review, 1/26/14 by Allen Thomas
 
For Better or Worse, Feds' Columbia River Salmon Plan Stays the Course High Country News, 1/31/14 by Ben Goldfarb
Analysis: Deja Vu, All Over Again, And Again NW Fishletter, 1/31/14 by Bill Rudolph
Another Unambitious Plan for Salmon Recovery Chinook Observer, 1/28/14 by Editorial Board
Water Over Dams Saves Salmon Seattle Times, 1/27/14 by Editorial Board
Feds' Latest Columbia River Plan: Play Me an Old-fashioned Melody Crosscut, 1/27/14 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Feds' Predictable Fish Plan Keeps Careers Going BPA Watch, 1/24/14 by Marty Trillhaase
 
NOAA Report: Columbia Fish Plans are Working Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/25/14 by Staff
Columbia Basin Stakeholders Still Divided over Federal Approach Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/24/14 by Staff
New BiOp Stays the Course, Says Latest Implementation Plan NW Fishletter, 1/31/14 by Bill Rudolph
NOAA Releases Supplemental Hydro BiOp to Satisfy Judge's Concerns NW Fishletter, 1/31/14 by Bill Rudolph
Salmon, Dams Will Head Back to Court Idaho Statesman, 1/20/14 by Rocky Barker
Salmon Advocates on New Plan: 'It Ignores Best Science, Perpetuates Uncertainty' Boise Weekly, 1/18/14 by George Prentice
Latest NOAA Opinion on Salmon Goes Back to Well BPA Watch, 1/18/14 by Eric Barker
Feds Affirm Plan for Dams, Salmon The Columbian, 1/18/14 by Courtney Flatt
Feds Stand By Current Dam, Salmon Plan For Columbia Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/17/14 by Courtney Flatt
New Columbia Fish Plan Changed Little, Critics say Seattle Times, 1/17/14 by Gosia Woxniacka
 
Former BPA Administrator Joins Mid-West Electric Consumers Association HydroWorld, 1/10/14 by Staff
Bill Drummond Resigns from BPA, Accepts Post with Mid-West Electric Consumers Public Power Weekly, 1/13/14 by Jeannine Anderson
BPA Administrator Bill Drummond Resigns The Oregonian, 1/8/14 by Ted Sickinger
Bonneville Power Administrator Resigns in Wake of Hiring Scandal at the Agency Daily Journal, 1/8/14 by Assoicate Press
 
Hanford Offers Advantages for Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Bellingham Herald, 1/8/14 by Editorial Board
 
Otter's Water: Governor Aims to Build Dams San Francisco Chronicle, 1/7/14 by John Miller
 
Restore Watershed to Revive Salmon The Columbian, 1/6/14 by Randy Krout Sr.
 
Wind Energy Tax Credit Has Blown Its Course; Let Expiration Stand Spokesman-Review, 1/2/14 by Editorial Board
 
Regional Views on Salmon Recovery Aired in New Report NW Fishletter, 1/9/14 by Bill Rudolph
 

2013

Recovery Assessment: Who Leads The Way? A Re-Defined NW Power Council? Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/20/13 by Staff
 
The Law That Saved the Bald Eagle New York Times, 12/31/13 by Robert B. Semple Jr.
Panel Eyes Endangered Species, Fishing Bills The Hill, 12/12/13 by Julian Hattem
 
House Natural Resources Committee Holds Pasco Hearing on Columbia River Treaty Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/12/13 by Staff
 
Columbia River Plan Fails to Protect Salmon Spokesman-Review, 12/15/13 by Sam Mace
Take Out the Lower Snake River Dams Idaho Mountain Express, 11/27/13 by Kayla Chaffey
Federal Government Doing Too Little to Help Columbia Salmon The Oregonian, 11/20/13 by Liz Hamilton
 
Science Panel says Smolt-to-Adult Return Objectives Should be Re-Evaluated Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/1/13 by Staff
 
Suspended BPA Execs Refuse Reassignment, Report Says The Oregonian, 12/13/13 by Ted Sickinger
 
Sources Say: Buchal Has a Big Dose of Liberty for Blumenauer Portland Tribune, 11/28/13 by Jim Redden
Can Labrador be as Courageous at Home? BPA Watch, 11/17/13 by Marty Trillhaase
 
BPA: Wyden Calls for Investigation of Ongoing Retaliation Against Whistleblower The Oregonian, 12/5/13 by Ted Sickinger
Energy Department Won't Micromanage BPA The Dalles Chronicle, 11/16/13 by Gosia Wozniacka
Labrador Stands by Cuts to Idaho Lab But says Hands Off BPA Idaho Statesman, 11/11/13 by Rocky Barker
Members of Congress from Northwest Tell Feds BPA Must Remain Independent Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal, 11/11/13 by Staff
Northwest Lawmakers Stress Need for Independent BPA Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/8/13 by Staff
 
Modernizing Water Infrastructure Creates Jobs Capital Press, 11/4/13 by Doc Hastings
 
BPA's Acting Chief Promises to Fix Widespread Hiring Problems Daily Journal, 11/3/13 by Associated Press
 
Between the Beltway and the PNW The Oregonian, 10/31/13 by Editorial Board
DOE Asserting More Control after BPA Hiring Scandal The Oregonian, 10/24/13 by Ted Sickinger
DOE Needs to Explain How BPA's Brass, Placed on Leave, Win Offers of Employment The Oregonian, 10/17/13 by Editorial Board
It's the Ugly Moment of Truth for Bonneville Power Administration The Oregonian, 10/15/13 by Editorial Board
 
End of a Litigation Era? Ninth Circuit Upholds BPA's Residential Exchange Settlement Energy & Natural Resource Blog, 10/29/13 by Staff
BPA Grand Bargain on Residential Exchange is Legal, Court Says The Oregonian, 10/29/13 by Ted Sickinger
Bonneville Power Deal 'Is Lawful,' Court Rules Courthouse News Service, 9/28/13 by Annie Youderian
 
Making History in Fall Chinook Salmon Protection Capital Press, 10 /11/13 by Terry Flores
Support Balance Between Fish and Economy The News Tribune, 10/3/13 by Terry Flores
 
Forum Elicits Criticism of Endangered Species Act Capital Press,10/14/13 by Steve Brown
ESA Working Group Hears on the Need to Improve and Update the Law ESA Congressional Working Group, 10/10/13 by Jill Strait
 
Lonesome Larry has Lots of Friends Bonney Lake Courier-Herald,10/18/13 by Don Brunell
 
BPA Allies Raise Shield Against DC Interference Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/27/13 by Gosia Wozniacka
BPA Under Fire The Dalles Chronicle, 10/25/13 by Staff
Ex-Bpa Chief Apologizes The Dalles Chronicle, 10/24/13 by Associated Press
PUD's Wright: Mistakes at Bonneville Were Well Intended Wenatchee World, 10/23/13 by Christine Pratt
Bonneville Power Execs Offered New Posts at DOE The Hill, 10/18/13 by Laura Barron-Lopez
 
OSU Press Publishes Book on Salmon by Acclaimed Biologist Albany Tribune, 10/15/13 by Staff
Both Salmon and Hydropower Can Thrive Climate News Network, 10/13/13 by Paul Brown
More Salmon and More Hydropower Phys Org, 10/11/13 by Staff
 
BPA Customers Call for Maintaining F&W Program Focus NW Fishletter, 10/14/13 by Bill Rudolph
Niners Rule 6th Power Plan Gave Due Consideration to Fish NW Fishletter, 10/14/13 by Bill Rudolph
 
U.S. Utilities say Columbia River Treaty Payments to Canada are Excessive Spokesman-Review, 10/29/13 by Becky Kramer
Include Salmon, Climate Provisions in River Treaty Spokesman-Review, 10/27/13 by Osborn & Skinner
The Northwest Needs an Overhauled Columbia River Treaty The Oregonian, 9/29/13 by Editorial Board
Regulator: Renegotiate River Treaty The Dallas Chronicle, 9/20/13 by Shannon Dinninny
Treaty Renewal Chance to Reopen Salmon Passages Spokesman-Review, 9/26/13 by Becky Kramer
B.C. Takes Comments on Columbia River Treaty Consultation Draft NW Fishletter, 10/14/13 by Ben Tansey
 
Fight Over Energy Finds a New Front in a Corner of Idaho New York Times, 9/26/13 by Kirk Johnson
 
Hydropower Should be Expanded Capital Press, 9/6/13 by Senator Mike Crapo
 
Energy Adviser: Hydropower is Reliable, Renewable and Public The Columbian, 10/10/13 by Clark Public Utilities
 
Fishless in Seattle New York Times, 9/26/13 by Timothy Egan
 
Snake River Policies Just Aren't Working Idaho Mountain Express, 9/25/13 by Greg Stahl
There's Good News and Bad News for Northwest's Salmon Tacoma News Tribune, 9/22/13 Bill Arthur & Sara Patton
Same Old Story Daily Astorian, 9/16/13 by Editorial Board
Feds' Fifth Fish Recovery Plan Invites a Sixth BPA Watch, 9/15/13 by Marty Trillhaase
 
A Quick Guide to the Salmon-Dam Debate Idaho Statesman, 9/23/13 by Rocky Barker
A Primer on the Salmon Science Debate Underlying Spill Test Proposal Idaho Statesman, 9/16/13 by Rocky Barker
 
Feds Reject Potential Way to Help Salmon Idaho Statesman, 9/14/13 by Rocky Barker
NOAA Fisheries Releases Draft 2013 BiOp, says 2008 Biological Analysis 'Still Valid' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/13/13 by Staff
Listen Feds Say Dams are Working Fine for Columbia Salmon NW Public Radio, 9/10/13 by Courtney Flatt
New Plan for Snake River Dams and Salmon News Radio 1310 KLIX, 9/10/13 by Benito Baeza
Feds Deal Blow to Nez Perce Tribe, Salmon Advocates BPA Watch, 9/10/13 by Eric Barker
New River Plan Proposes Salmon Habitat Improvements, No Dam Breaches Register Guard, 9/9/13 by Jeff Barnard
 
'Clean Hydro' Campaign Hopes to Build Dam Support Spokesman-Review, 9/5/13 by Becky Kramer
 
Hydropower is Essential to US Energy Network Times-News, 9/1/13 by Mike Crapo
 
Draft Plan Details Specific Actions Over Next Five Years to Benefit Fish Albany Tribune, 8/23/13 by Staff
Comments Sought on Columbia, Snake Salmon Plans Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 8/26/13 by Staff
 
Analysis: Columbia River Treaty Future Stirs Conflicts -- And Possibilities NW Fishletter, 8/22/13 by Mark Ohrenschall
 
Listen Benefits of Snake River Barging Continue to Grow AgInfo.net, 8/26/13 by KayDee Gilkey
Snake River Barging Drop: New Factor in Dams Debate? Seattle Times, 8/17/13 by Lynda V. Mapes
 
Blaming Dams for Fish Loss is a Hoax Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 8/23/13 by John McKern
Analysis: Random Thoughts on the Salmon Recovery Bubble NW Fishletter, 8/22/13 by Bill Rudolph
 
President Obama Signs Pivotal Hydropower-Boosting Bills into Law Power Magazine, 8/15/13 by Sonal Patel
US President Obama Signs Hydropower Bills into Law Intl. Water Power, 8/12/13 by Staff
US Senate Unanimously Approves Legislation Promoting Hydropower Expansion Intl. Water Power, 8/5/13 by Staff
 
Doc Hastings Wants Salmon Assessment Stopped BPA Watch, 2/6/13 by Eric Barker
Fed Agency Urges Participation in Salmon Recovery Discussion BPA Watch, 12/12/12 by Eric Barker
 
It's Early Yet for Self-Congratulations, Isn't It? The Oregonian, 7/17/13 by Marty Trillhaase
 
Hydro BiOp At Half-Way Point; Agencies Report on Progress NW Fishletter, 7/18/13 by Bill Rudolph
Feds: Hydro Dam Fixes Helping Fish BPA Watch, 7/13/13 by Associated Press
Feds' Five-Year Check-In: Most ESA-Listed Fish Increased in Abundance Since 1990s Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/12/13 by Staff
Feds Say Hydro Dam Fixes Helping Salmon Moscow-Pullman Daily News, 7/12/13 by Associated Press
Draft Report from Federal Agencies Shows Gains for Columbia River Basin Fish KBKW, 7/11/13 by Staff
 
Bonneville Power Administrator Replaced Herald and News, 7/17/13 by Associated Press
Issa Investigating BPA Hiring Practices NewsMax.com, 7/17/13 by Dan Weil
Energy Department Ousts 2 Top Officials of Bonneville Power Administration Washington Post, 7/16/13 by Steven Mufson
Bonneville Managers Retaliate Against Workers Participating in IG Review Fierce Government, 7/16/13 by Ryan McDermott
DOE Appoints Elliot Mainzer Interim Leader of BPA; Bill Drummond's Fate Unclear The Oregonian, 7/15/13 by Ted Sickinger
 
Save the Law that Protects America's Natural Capital The Oregonian, 7/13/13 by Glen H. Spain
 
US Hydropower Industry Urges Immediate Action on Bipartisan Legislation Intl. Water Power, 7/12/13 by Staff
Initiative Would Recognize Hydropower as Renewable Capital Press, 5/23/13 by Mitch Lies
 
Dams Don't Make Sense Moscow-Pullman Daily News, 6/15/13 by Dave Hayes
Less Pork More Salmon Moscow-Pullman Daily News, 10/1/12 by Letter to Editor
 
Hastings: Columbia River Treaty Draft Recommendation Needs Re-Working Capital Press, 7/2/13 by Matthew Weaver
 
A 21st-Century Blueprint for Saving Oregon Species from Climate Change The Oregonian, 4/20/13 by Bill Bradbury
 
Inslee and Kitzhaber Can Lead a Columbia Resolution The Olympian, 5/7/13 by Bryan Jones
It's Time to Assess Use of Shrinking Tax Dollars on Lower Snake River Dams Spokesman-Review, 5/5/13 by Dustin Aherin
Salmon: Will the Feds Ever Get Their Dam Act Together? Crosscut, 5/5/13 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Dredge Plan Draws Opposition BPA Watch, 4/22/13 by Staff
 
Collins Aims At Corps Reform Georgia Public Broadcasting, 4/8/13 by Montoya & Young
 
The Life of the Elwha: Biography of a River Crosscut, 5/1/13 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Troubled Waters Medford Mail Tribune, 3/5/13 by Mark Freeman
Turning Off the Dams and Letting Rivers Come Alive Phys.org, 3/16/13 Geological Society of America
 
If Dams Don't Kill Them, What Does? Idaho Statesman, 6/10/13 by Tracy Warner
Hearing Highlights Great Divide Over Endangered Species Idaho Statesman, 6/10/13 by Rocky Barker
 
Bureaucracy, Not Biology, Drives ESA Capital Press, 5/17/13 by Daniel A. Himebaugh
Hastings Seeks Endangered Species Act Transparency Capital Press, 5/17/13 by Matthew Weaver
Congressional Working Group to Examine Endangered Species Act Capital Press, 5/10/13 by Matthew Weaver
ESA Due for Birthday Makeover Capital Press, 5/24/13 by Editorial Board
Amodei, GOP to Tackle Endangered Species Act Elko Daily Free Press, 5/10/13 by Editorial Board
ESA's 40th Birthday Should be a Time for Reflection - and Reform Visalia Times-Delta, 4/10/13 by James S. Burling
Ranchers Fear Expanding Scope of ESA Blue Mountain Eagle, 4/9/13 by Mateusz Perkowski
House Republicans Introduce ESA Settlement Reform Bill Lexology, 3/29/13 by Ashley J. Remillard
Protecting Nature The Columbian, 5/21/12 by Editorial Board
Treaty Tribes Dedicate Final Replacement Fishing Site High Country News, 3/16/12 by Terri Hansen
 
WA Governor Renews Karier's Appointment to NW Power/Conservation Council Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/5/13 by Staff
 
The Wright Stuff: An Exit Interview with BPA's Steve Wright Northwest Fishletter, 3/29/13 by Ben Tansey
 
CleanHydro Highlights Hydropower and River Values The Chronicle, 4/3/13 by Kevin P. Owens
 
Power Council Calls for Amendments to F&W Program NW Fishletter, 3/29/13 by Bill Rudolph
 
NOAA Responds to Hastings' Concerns on 'Situation Assessment' of Salmon Recovery Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/29/13 by Staff
Hastings' 'Fisheries Predation Prevention Act' Would Allow Lethal Sea Lion Removal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/29/13 by Staff
 
Science Advisory Panel says Fish Program Needs New Goals, Approaches Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/15/13 by Staff
 
Northwest's Big Hydro Has Begun to Think Small Spokesman-Review, 3/15/13 by Editorial Board
 
Starbuck Resident Recalls Dam-Building Boom Times Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/5/13 by Annie Charnley Eveland
 
Cornyn Introduces Bill to Prevent Abuse of Endangered Species Act Litigation Political News, 2/28/13 by Staff
 
A Hydropower Renaissance Port Orchard Independent, 2/25/13 by Don Brunell
 
An Education: How "Science Will Not be Muzzled" Prevailed Missoula Independent, 2/28/13 by Paul VanDevelder
 
Thank You and Farewell - from Dr. Lubchenco Open Letter, 2/27/13 by Dr. Jane Lubchenco
Secretary Steven Chu Announcing His Decision Not to Serve a Second Term Open Letter, 2/1/13 by Steven Chu
Farewell, Obama's "Green Dream Team" Mother Jones, 1/18/13 by Kate Sheppard
 
BPA Should Maintain/Build on Tribal Fish Partnership NW Fishletter, 2/12/13 by Paul Lumley
 
WA Congressman Seeks Review of NOAA Fish Recovery Assessment NW Fishletter, 2/12/13 by Bill Rudolph
Jeers to Congressman Doc Hastings BPA Watch, 2/8/13 by Staff
 
Customers Irked at BPA's Call for More Dialog with Fish Advocates NW Fishletter, 1/17/13 by Bill Rudolph
 
Corps Faces a Fight Over Dredging Behind Lower Snake Dams Idaho Statesman, 1/23/13 by Rocky Barker
 
Obama Opens Door for Renewable Energy Push in US Renewable Energy Focus, 1/23/13 by Staff
Ken Salazar's Legacy New York Times, 1/17/13 by Robert B. Semple Jr.
 
Latest Salvos Filed in Suit over Salmon Recovery Effort NW Fishletter, 2/12/13 by Bill Rudolph
 
Anders to Replace Measure as Montana Member on Power Council NW Fishletter, 2/12/13 by Rick Adair
Power Council Picks New Leaders for 2013 NW Fishletter, 1/17/13 by Bill Rudolph
 
Water Under the Bridge The Daily Astorian, 1/16/13 Compiled by Bob Duke
 
BPA's Steve Wright Says Goodbye After 12 Years as Administrator The Oregonian, 2/2/13 by Ted Sickinger
 
BPA, the Next 75 Years Seattle Times, 1/28/13 by Editorial Board
 
Drummond Named BPA Admin The Chronicle, 1/23/13 by Staff
DOE Names Bill Drummond As New BPA Administrator Electric Light & Power, 1/22/13 by Press Release
Energy Dept. Picks Bill Drummond for New BPA Administrator NW Fishletter, 1/17/13 by Bill Rudolph
DOE Names New Bonneville Power Administration Chief The Hill, 1/17/13 by Zack Colman
New Head of Bonneville Power Administration Chosen Capital Press, 1/17/13 by Associated Press
Bonneville Power Gets New Boss Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/16/13 by David Steves
Bill Drummond Named to Replace Steve Wright as BPA Administrator The Oregonian, 1/16/13 by Staff
MVP Informs Customers of Rate Hike at Appreciation Dinner Char-Koosta News, 5/5/11 by B.L. Azure
 

2012

Dams Do Not Provide Help to Agriculture Idaho Statesman, 1/2/13 by Bert Bowler
Salmon Recovery Possible with Dams in Place Idaho Statesman, 1/2/13 by Bo Downen
Director Misrepresents Economic Impact of Dams Idaho Statesman, 1/2/13 by Rich Howard
Maintaining Dams is Too Expensive Idaho Statesman, 12/20/12 by Linwood Laugy
Statesman's Pro-Breaching Stand is Unrealistic Idaho Statesman, 12/11/12 by Terry Flores
 
Idaho Power is Obstacle to Wind Generation Idaho Mountain Express, 12/26/12 by Kiki Tidwell
 
WA Appeals Court Says State's TDG Limits Reasonable NW Fishletter, 12/13/12 by Bill Rudolph
 
Council: Power Plan Complaint Misreads Power Act Mandates NW Fishletter, 12/13/12 by Bill Rudolph
Briefing Begins on Court Challenge to Council's Sixth Power Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/26/12 by Staff
 
New Whistleblower Protection Law "An Environmentally Significant Reform" Earth Island Journal, 12/13/12 by Audrey Haynes
 
NOAA Head Lubchenco Announces Resignation NW Fishletter, 12/13/12 by Bill Rudolph
Lubchenco Announces Resignation, Spurs Talk About Who'll Replace Her E&E, 12/12/12 by Yehle & Winter
 
Listen Salmon: The Uphill Run for Survival Crosscut, 11/21/12 by Martha Baskin
Smolt-To-Adult Return Goals Should be Reassessed Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/26/12 by Staff
 
Basin Stakeholders Talks Could Break Stalemate Bellingham Herald, 12/30/12 by Buzz Ramsey
Will NOAA's New Process Matter? The Daily Astorian, 12/17/12 by Editorial Board
Wyden Welcomes Federal Agency's Plan to Seek Consensus on Saving Salmon The Daily Astorian, 12/14/12 by Associated Press
 
NOAA Seeks New Salmon Solutions Idaho Mountain Express, 12/26/12 by Staff
Listen Feds Hope for Collaborative Effort on Salmon Long-Term Planning Idaho Public Television, 12/17/12 by Aaron Kunz
NOAA Launches 'Situation Assessment' of Columbia Salmon, Steelhead Recovery Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/14/12 by Staff
NOAA Fisheries Goes Fishing for Salmon Recovery Advice NW Fishletter, 12/13/12 by Bill Rudolph
Listen A New Approach for Saving NW Salmon? Public News Service, 12/13/12 by Chris Thomas
NOAA Fisheries Takes First Step Toward Building Consensus on Salmon Recovery The Oregonian, 12/12/12 by Scott Learn
Feds Give Stakeholders Bigger Salmon Recovery Role Oregon Public Broadcasting, 12/11/12 by Aaron Kunz
Feds: New Move to Break Columbia River Salmon Impasse Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/11/12 by Joel Connelly
Federal Agencies Respond: With Collaboration New BiOp will Comply with ESA Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/16/12 by Staff
 
The $9,000 Sockeye? There is a Better Answer Idaho Statesman, 12/5/12 by Editorial Board
South Kitsap Hatchery Helping Restore Idaho Salmon Run Kitsap Sun, 11/29/12 by Ed Friedrich
The Extraordinary Effort to Save Sockeye Salmon Seattle Times, 11/17/12 by Lynda V. Mapes
Why Sockeye Crashed: Dams, Poison and More Seattle Times, 11/17/12 by Lynda V. Mapes
Idaho Sockeye Named One of the Most Endangered Species Idaho Mountain Express, 11/15/12 by Katherine Wutz
 
BPA Administrator Praises Hydropower Benefits at Chamber Luncheon Tri-City Herald, 11/29/12 by Annette Cary
 
In a Status-Quo Sea, Oregon Politicians are Salmon's Lone Champions Crosscut, 12/7/12 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Time for New Approach to Save Salmon The Columbian, 12/2/12 by Bob Rees
Salmon Recovery Waits on Obama The Daily Astorian, 11/13/12 by Editorial Board
Inslee's Opportunity High Country News, 11/12/12 by Doug Smith
Settling Fish vs. Dams: Is There a Better Time? BPA Watch, 11/9/12 by Marty Trillhaase
 
How Wind Energy is Helping Our State Seattle Times, 11/8/12 by Rachel Shimshak
Subsidizing Green Industry is Like Propping Up a Kid's Lemonade Stand Seattle Times, 10/8/12 by Todd Myers
 
Poll Reveals Strong Support for Solar Energy Across Political Spectrum Green Energy News, 10/6/12 Solar Energy Industries Assoc.
 
Hydro Power Highlights Green Quandary The Pioneer, 10/11/12 by Sam Chapman
 
BiOp Plaintiffs say Implementation Way Behind Schedule NW Fishletter, 11/12/12 by Bill Rudolph
BiOp Challengers say Agencies' Progress Report Inadequate; RiverPartners Praise Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/2/12 by Staff
 
Federal "Action" Agencies Issue Progress Report on Salmon Recovery Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/5/12 by Staff
 
BPA Finesses Fish and Wildlife Budget Fix NW Fishletter, 11/12/12 by Bill Rudolph
Council Recommends Funding Reductions in Fish/Wildlife Data Management Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/9/12 by Staff
 
Governor's Call for Salmon Collaboration is an Economic Opportunity The Oregonian, 10/9/12 by Tom Kelly
Governor John Kitzhaber's Call for a New Salmon Plan Makes Sense The Oregonian, 10/9/12 by Michael C. Blumm
Oregon Should Join the Collaboration to Save Salmon The Oregonian, 9/29/12 Scott Corwin & Terry Flores
 
Conservation Leaders Echo Governor's Call for Solution to Controversy ENews Park Forest, 9/24/12 by Staff
Wyden Poised to Become Player in Salmon and Dam Debate Idaho Statesman, 10/5/12 by Rocky Barker
Will WA Follow OR's Lead on Salmon-Saving Approach? Public News Service, 9/25/12 by Chris Thomas
We Can End the Basin Salmon Wars Now by Balancing Energy, Conservation The Oregonian, 9/22/12 by John Kitzhaber
 
Roosevelt's Address at Bonneville Dam Public Papers of FDR, 9/28/1937 by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Bonneville Dam turns 75: Speakers Recognize Powerful Effect on Region The Columbian, 9/15/12 by Eric Florip
 
Lower Than Expected Hydro Revenues has BPA Seeking Cutbacks Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/14/12 by Staff
BPA: Fish Restoration Program Cuts are a Temporary Blip The Oregonian, 9/13/12 by Ted Sickinger
BPA: Fish Program Cuts Temporary Statesman Journal, 9/13/12 by Ted Sickinger
BPA: Tries to Hold the Line on Wildlife Spending The Republic, 9/13/12 by Associated Press
Federal Power Turned Northwest's 'Darkness to Dawn' Idaho Statesman, 8/19/12 by Rocky Barker
 
Finding the Next Right Leader for BPA Requires Input from Utilities The Oregonian, 9/14/12 by Editorial Board
 
Our Powerful River Makes Life Better Ruralite, 9/12 by Steve Wright
Power of Public Service: A Leadership Interview with BPA's Stephen Wright Washington Post, 9/4/12 by Tom Fox
 
Whiting Replaces Dukes as Chair of the NW Power & Conservation Council Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/17/12 by Staff
 
EPA Seeks Input on Endangered Species Reform Western Farm Press, 8/28/12 by Staff
 
What Did Lonesome Larry Teach Us? Idaho Mountain Express, 8/22/12 by Andy Munter
Hydropower Vital to Northwest - And So Are Salmon The Olympian, 8/22/12 by Editorial Board
Federal Agencies Moving Too Slowly for Salmon Blue Oregon, 8/4/12 by Amy Baird
After 20 Years, Views of Salmon Differ Idaho Mountain Express, 8/3/12 by Katherine Wutz
 
Chu's Absence to Loom Large at House Hearing on Controversial Transmission Plan E&E, 8/29/12 by Hannah Northey
 
Doc Hastings Launches a New Effort to Save Dams from Salmon Crosscut, 8/29/12 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Hydroelectric Bill Would Put Dam Debate in its Place Tri-City Herald, 8/22/12 by Editorial Board
'The Worst Dam Bill' Spokesman Review, 8/19/12 Glen Spain & Buzz Ramsey
A Hopeless Bill Can Make a Point Wenatchee World, 8/17/12 by Tracy Warner
 
Hastings' Hydro Bill Will Protect and Promote Hydropower Dams Press Release, 8/16/12 Natural Resource Committee
It Must Be Clearly Stated that Dams are Helping Salmon Recovery House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Chairman Doc Hastings
Legislation an Excellent Opportunity for Breathing Room at Status Quo House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by James A. Yost
Washington Wheat Growers Supports an ESA Baseline that Includes Dams House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Kara Rowe
No One in the World Can Produce More Food per Acre than the Columbia House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Chris Voigt
Focus on Ocean Conditions and Their Impact Rather than Dam Removal House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Jack W. Heffling
Hard to Believe that We Have to Defend the Benefits of the Dams House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Jim Sanders
Each Dam Removal Project must be Evaluated and Judged on its Own Merits House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Glen H. Spain
Our Salmon and Our People Have Borne the Consequences of Decisions House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Rebecca A. Miles
I Started Save Our Dams House Natural Resource Cmte, 8/15/12 by Thomas W. Flint
 
Listen Dam Removal AgInfo.net, 8/21/12 by Lacy Gray
Listen Rep. Hastings Questions Panel on Dams, Hydropower Northwest Public Radio, 8/17/12 by Courtney Flatt
House Natural Resources Committee Meeting in Pasco Draws Demonstrators Tri-City Herald, 8/16/12 by Annette Cary
Hearing on Hastings' Bill Points Up Divide between Fish, Hydropower Forces Yakima Herald-Republic, 8/16/12 by Staff
Listen Rep. Hastings Pushes 'Save Our Dams' Bill Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8/15/12 by Courtney Flatt
Watch Ag Reps Rally around Dam Bill Capital Press, 8/15/12 by Matthew Weaver
Dam Supporters Rally in Pasco KVEW TV, 8/15/12 by Josh Peterson
Hydropower Legislation Ramps Up Debate Over Dams Seattle Times, 8/12/12 by Michael Doyle
'Save Our Dams' Rally Planned in Pasco Tri-City Herald, 8/10/12 by Staff
Chairman Hastings Introduces Bill to Protect and Promote Hydropower Natural Resources Committee, 8/1/12 by Staff
 
Hydro Forced to Take a Dive for Wind Forbes, 8/5/12 by James Conca
 
Senate Committee Revives Wind Energy Tax Credit Clean Technica, 8/4/12 by Andrew Proteus
 
CGS: Why Relicense a Nuclear Power Plant 10 Years Early? The Oregonian, 7/30/12 by John Pearson
 
Dams are More Valuable Than Some Want to Believe Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 7/1/12 by Louis G. Valiante
 
The Dawn of Dam Removal Patagonia, 7/12 by Bruce Babbitt
Celilo Salmon Feast is more Vibrant than Ever, Despite Flood Indian Country Today, 6/13/12 by Carol Craig
 
Lonesome Larry Hits 20-Year Anniversary Northwest Public Radio, 7/19/12 by Aaron Kunz
Increasing Sockeye Returns are Great News Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/20/12 by John McKern
 
Salmon Rules Come Up Short Spokesman-Review, 6/24/12 by Chris Kopczynski
Time to Improve the Endangered Species Act Washington Times, 5/18/12 by Rep. Doc Hastings
 
Spill is the Breaching Alternative for Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/16/12 by Kevin Richert
 
Water Under the Bridge The Daily Astorian, 6/20/12 Compiled by Bob Duke
 
Jim Carter to Lead Port of Portland Commission Portland Business Journal, 6/13/12 by Suzanne Stevens
 
Bonneville Power Administration CEO Announces Retirement North American Windpower, 6/20/12 by Staff
Bonneville Power Head Stepping Down The Bulletin, 6/20/12 by Associated Press
BPA Chief Steve Wright to Retire in January The Oregonian, 6/19/12 by Ted Sickinger
BPA Chief Steve Wright to Retire in January Sustainable Business Oregon, 6/19/12 by Erik Siemers
Head of Bonneville Power Administration Retires Oregon Public Broadcasting, 6/19/12 by Staff
BPA's Defenders in Congress Mobilize Again to Insulate Power Generator The Oregonian, 6/13/12 by Charles Pope
 
Lorenzen Appointed to NPCC NW Fishletter, 6/8/12 by Staff
 
Obama and the Environment: A Paler Shade of Green Counter Punch, 6/1/12 by St. Clair and Frank
 
Lewiston: History Abounds Where the Clearwater and Snake Rivers Join Bend Bulletin, 5/6/12 by John Gottberg Anderson
 
Twin Milestones Illustrate Importance of Endangered Species Act The Columbian, 5/21/12 by Editorial Board
 
The Legacy of Lonesome Larry Idaho Statesman, 5/19/12 by Rocky Barker
 
Work Together for Fish Solution Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 6/17/12 by Rex Miller Sr.
Salmon 'Recovery' Isn't Working The Columbian, 5/26/12 by Jon C. Anderson
Easy to Blame Dams The Columbian, 6/2/12 by Fred Cloe
Dams Not Problem The Observer, 6/1/12 by John Isley
Mr. Burkholder Has No Idea Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/18/12 by Rex Miller Sr.
Taking Down Dams Would Be Beneficial Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/14/12 by Bert Bowler
Judge Redden Got It Right Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/14/12 by Reed Burkholder
Judge Redden Supports Dam Breaching for Salmon Radio Boise, 5/2/12 by Gavin Dahl
 
Grand Coulee is No Dam Business of Removal Activists Courier-Herald, 5/11/12 by Don Brunell
Some Dams Should Come Down, But Not Snake River Dams Kitsap Peninsula Business, 5/7/12 by Don Brunell
Judge 'Outs' Himself The Daily News, 5/7/12 by Cowlitz PUD Board
 
Spill Buys Idaho Fish a Little More Time Idaho Statesman, 5/22/12 by Greg Stahl
Fish or Dams? Why Not Try a Third Choice? BPA Watch, 5/6/12 by Marty Trillhaase
 
Restoring Faith and Fish Runs Spokesman-Review, 5/5/12 by Paul Lindholdt
 
BPA's Energy Production Cuts The Daily News, 5/5/12 by Hugh Coleman
When the Wind Blows, We Pay Wenatchee World, 5/5/12 by Editorial Board
 
EarthFix Conversation: 16 Years Later, Is the Columbia Still 'A River Lost?' Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/2/12 by Blaine Harden
 
Feds Investigating Sea Lion Killings Near Columbia River's Mouth Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/8/12 by Staff
Federal Judge Says No to Halt in Sea Lion Killing Seattle Times, 5/31/12 by Associated Press
Judge Simon Denies Request to Stop Killing of Sea Lions at Bonneville Dam The Oregonian, 5/31/12 by Scott Learn
Feds Fail to Provide 'Cogent' Explanation of Sea Lion Predation 'Significant' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/4/12 by Staff
Hastings Pushes Bill that Would Help Fish Tri-City Herald, 5/1/12 by Annette Cary
 
Avoiding Salmon Jeopardy and Recovery are Two Different Goals Capital Press, 4/23/12 by Rocky Barker
 
Cheers & Jeers The Columbian, 5/4/12 by Staff
Listen Public Radio Roles as Press Agent for Portland's Infamous Salmon Judge AgInfo.net, 5/4/12 by Susan Allen
What James Redden says on Salmon Recovery Still Matters The Oregonian, 5/4/12 by Brooklyn Baptiste
Judge Redden Asks Us to Do the Right Thing The Daily Astorian, 4/30/12 by Editorial Board
Judge Finally Comes Clean on Dam Breaching Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 4/30/12 by Editorial Board
Dam Debate Obscures Other Ways to Help Fish Spokesman-Review, 4/28/12 by Editorial Board
Judge's Statements Highlight Need for New Direction in Salmon Policy Blue Oregon, 4/27/12 by Amy Baird
Hastings says Redden Shows his Bias in Outdoor Idaho Interview Idaho Statesman, 4/26/12 by Rocky Barker
Reaction to Judge Redden's pro-Breach Comments (including Terry Flores) BPA Watch, 4/26/12 by Eric Barker
 
Salmon Protection Plan isn't Broken, So Stop Trying so Hard to 'Fix' It Idaho Statesman, 8/28/11 by Terry Flores
Strike Three Center for Justice, 8/2/11 by Staff
 
Hero, Activist, Hell-raiser: The Legacy of "The Salmon Judge" Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/26/12 by Cassandra Profita
Judge: Salmon-killing Dams Should Go unEarthed, 4/26/12 by John McManus
Now Off Case, Judge Weighs In on Dams New York Times, 4/26/12 by William Yardley
Former Judge Says Breach Dams BPA Watch, 4/26/12 by Eric Barker
Watch Retired Judge Redden: Take Those Dams Down Idaho Statesman, 4/25/12 by Rocky Barker
Judge James Redden: 'We Need to Take Those (Snake River) Dams Down' The Oregonian, 4/25/12 by Scott Learn
Snake River Dams Should Go, Says Judge Now Off the Case Seattle Times, 4/25/12 by Craig Welch
Judge Redden Says Tear Snake River Dams Down Boise State Public Radio, 4/25/12 by Aaron Kunz
Former Salmon Judge: Snake Dams Should Come Down Wenatchee World, 4/25/12 by Associated Press
Watch Judge Redden on Saving Salmon: Tear Down Those Dams Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/25/12 by David Steves
 
International Reservoir Operations Agreement Helps Fish and Power Intl. Water Power, 4/26/11 by Staff
Columbia Agreement Signed Capital Press, 4/26/11 by Matthew Weaver
 
Oregon Asks to Kill Salmon-Eating Birds Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/26/11 by Associated Press
 
Sea Lion Body Count Climbs at Bonneville Dam Examiner, 5/4/12 by Sandy McElhaney
Anti-whaling Group Joining Fight to Save Sea Lions Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/10/12 by Associated Press
CA 3rd Graders Campaign to Save Sea Lions on the Bonneville Dam Examiner, 5/2/12 by Sandy McElhaney
Social Media Campaign Urges Kids to Help Beleaguered Sea Lions Examiner, 4/14/12 by Sandy McElhaney
Death Penalty for Salmon-Gourging Sea Lions SF Bay, 4/11/12 by California Watch
Sea Lion Killings: California Officials Express Skepticism over Animal Deaths California Watch, 4/10/12 by Susanne Rust
Snaking a Path to Protect Species The Oregonian, 3/17/12 by Editorial Board
 
Earthtalk: Can Dams Actually Hurt Rivers? E Magazine, 4/12/12 by Chris Bosak
 
David Ponganis Named New Programs Director for Corps' NW Division Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/6/12 by Staff
 
Groups Collect Another Payout in Hydropower Battle Capital Press, 3/29/12 by Mateusz Pekowski
 
Last Chance to Save the Salmon Men's Journal, 3/13/12 by Kevin Gray
 
Agency Looks Back at 75 Years Spokesman-Review, 3/17/12 by Becky Kramer
"Expend Significant Resources to Comply with Performance Requirements" Strategic Direction 2012-2017, 3/12 by Bonneville Power Administration
 
Only Wind and Solar Power Can Guarantee America's Energy Independence Baltimore Sun, 3/17/12 by Andrew Henry
 
Going Lethal is Sad But Necessary Wenatchee World, 3/16/12 by Tracy Warner
 
Let Prosperity Flow to Eastern Oregonians Capital Press, 2/23/12 by Editorial Board
 
Wind, New Energy -- Big Economic Windfall Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/21/12 by Joel Connelly
 
House Hears ESA Problems Natural Resource Report, 2/16/12 by Rex Storm
 
Water Storage Vital to Rural Communities, Job Creation, Economic Growth Water World, 2/7/12 by Crystal Feldman
 
How Would a New Approach to Managing Endangered Salmon Affect Idaho? Idaho Statesman, 1/30/12 by Rocky Barker
 
Clallam Public Utility District Gives Nod on Renewable-energy Bills Peninsula Daily News, 1/31/12 by Rob Ollikainen
Lawmakers Seek Compromise on Energy Mandate The News Tribune, 1/27/12 by Jordan Schrader
Obama Pushes "Clean Energy," Defends Environmental Rules Baltimore Sun, 1/25/12 by Tim Wheeler
 
BPA Values Fish Over People The Columbian, 2/10/12 by Les Sarasohn
State has Stake in Columbia Salmon Solution Sacramento Bee, 1/17/12 by Zeke Grader
Removal of Snake River Dams a Fallacy Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 1/15/12 by Peter Lyski
 
Expert to Obama: You don't Understand Salmon Washington Post, 1/13/12 by Juliet Eilperin
 

2011

Judge Redden to Step Down from Columbia Salmon Case HydroWorld, 1/1/12 by Staff
Judge Redden's Replacement Can't Be Worse Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 12/5/11 by John McKern
An Inadequate Job of Considering the Best Available Science Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 12/19/11 by Bert Bowler
Science Does Not Support Dam Breaching Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 12/19/11 by John McKern
Salmon Would Do Worse Without Idaho Dams Walla Walla Union Bulletin, 1/6/12 by John McKern
 
Oregon's Dukes Elected NW Power And Conservation Council Chair Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/13/12 by Staff
 
Senators Back Tax Credits for
Clean Technology, Energy Storage
HydroWorld, 1/1/12 by Staff
Anti-Environmental Budget Riders Green and Save, 1/6/12 by Staff
 
Yes to a Moratorium Winona Daily News, 1/10/11 by Swanson and Bell
Dammed If We Don't Patagonia Essays, 1/12 by Yvon Chouinard
 
Mailbag: Wind Versus Dams Democrat Herald, 12/27/11 by Gary Hartman
Our Future is in Wind Democrat Herald, 12/19/11 by Tom Means
 
Fixing ESA Will Save Farmers Capital Press, 12/22/11 by Editorial Board
House Panel Probes Workings of ESA Capital Press, 12/15/11 by Mateusz Perkowski
 
Let's Stop Defending Failure in the Columbia Basin Sustainable Business Oregon, 12/20/11 by Jeff Hickman
Federal Salmon Plan Stands Strong Sustainable Business Oregon, 12/12/11 by Terry Flores
Businesses, Lawmakers Press Obama for Action on Salmon Sustainable Business Oregon, 11/30/11 by Christina Williams
 
Removing the Snake River Dams is a Really Stupid Idea Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 12/20/11 by Aaron Bennett
 
The Great Snake River Salmon Hoax: An Epic U.S. Government Con Last Salmon Ceremony, 12/9/11 by Ed Chaney
 
Feds Tell BPA it Can't Cut Off Wind Power Earth Techling, 12/8/11 by Pete Danko
U.S. Agency is Ordered to Change Wind Rules New York Times, 12/7/11 by Matthew L. Wald
 
Coalition Pleased with Appointment of New Judge Press Release, 12/1/11 Coalition for Idaho Water
 
Poll Shows Idahoans Care Most About Water Quality Idaho Statesman, 12/7/11 by Rocky Barker
 
What Will the Weiser-Galloway Dam Do for Salmon Recovery? Nothing Salmon Blog, 11/22/11 by Michael Wells
What Will the Weiser-Galloway Dam Do for Salmon Recovery? Nothing AgInfo.net, 8/13/9 by David Sparks, Ph.D.
 
We Should Embrace the Cleaner, Greener Technologies of 21st Century The Oregonian, 12/10/11 by Reed Burkholder
The State of WA Appears to Have Come to a Cynical Conclusion The Oregonian, 12/10/11 by Mary Lynn Gregson
Minimum Recovery Goals for Wild Salmon is Abysmal The Oregonian, 12/10/11 by Jennifer Siler
 
Coalition Pleased with New Judge in PNW Salmon Recovery Legal Battle Ag Weekly, 12/2/11 by Staff
ID Water Coalition Likes Redden's Replacement in Salmon-dam Case Idaho Statesman, 12/1/11 by Rocky Barker
 
Salmon Case to Get New Judge ECT.coop, 12/21/11 by Steven Johnson
Columbia Salmon Case Assigned to New Judge Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/28/11 by Associated Press
Senate Confirms Portland Attorney Michael Simon as OR Federal Judge Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/21/11 by Associated Press
 
Judge of the River The Oregonian, 12/5/11 by Editorial Board
A Judge has Stepped Up for Idaho's Fish. Now It's Our Turn. Idaho Statesman, 12/4/11 by Editorial Board
Redden Set a Course on the Columbia River Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/29/11 by Editorial Board
Judge Redden to Step Down from Long-running Columbia Salmon Case HydroWorld, 11/30/11 by PennWell
The 'Salmon Judge' to Retire The Register Guard, 11/26/11 by Editorial Board
Judge Redden Leaves Powerful Legacy East Oregonian, 11/26/11 by Scott Learn
Judge Redden to Step Down after a Decade on NW's Biggest Salmon Lawsuit The Oregonian, 11/23/11 by Scott Learn
Judge Redden Wants Out of Epic Salmon Case Oregon Public Broadcasting, 11/23/11 by Cassandra Profita
Federal Judge Redden Taking Himself Off the Salmon Case Idaho Statesman, 11/24/11 by Rocky Barker
Columbia Salmon Judge Redden Says He Will Step Down Public News Service, 11/23/11 by Rocky Barker
I struck the 2000 BiOp, and the 2004 BiOp, and the 2008/2011 BiOp Letter to Counsel, 11/22/11 by James A. Redden
 
Trout Unlimited Backs Out of Columbia-Snake Salmon Suit Idaho Statesman, 11/21/11 by Rocky Barker
 
Salmon Groups: Let's Try Something Totally Different Public News Service, 11/22/11 by Deb Courson
Salmon Groups Ask Court to Shake Things Up Lake Stevens Journal, 11/23/11 by WA News Service
Salmon Groups Ask Redden to Push Settlement Talks Idaho Statesman, 11/17/11 by Rocky Barker
Feds Oppose Inserting Science Panel, Settlement Judge into BiOp Remand Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/18/11 by Staff
BiOp Plaintiffs Ask for Settlement Judge to Iron Out Differences NW Fishletter, 11/11/11 by Bill Rudolph
 
Feds Vow to Solve Salmon Issues Electric Co-op Today, 11/22/11 by Steven Johnson
Feds Announce Salmon Plan Idaho Mountain Express, 11/18/11 by Staff
 
Don't Curtail Wind Turbines Spokesman-Review, 11/8/11 by Carole Landt
 
New Poll Indicates 9 of 10 Americans Support Solar, Across Political Spectrum Clean Edge, 11/2/11 by Staff
 
Dam Dreaching will be Discussed at LCSC BPA Watch, 11/14/11 by Staff
 
Saving Salmon: NW Businesses Deserve Seats at the Table The Oregonian, 11/9/11 by Schroeder & Lofgren
Stakeholder Talks Needed on Dams The Register-Guard, 11/4/11 by Devin Monte
Nez Perce ask Crapo to Help Set Table for Salmon Talks Idaho Statesman, 10/1/11 by Rocky Barker
 
Salmon BiOp Challengers Request Court Appoint Science Panel for Remand Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/28/11 by Staff
 
It's About Our Habitat The Daily Astorian, 10/27/11 by Editorial Board
Breaching Condit Dam: In the Northwest, Hydropower is Still King The Oregonian, 11/5/11 by Terry Flores
Snake River Dams Far More Valuable than Elwha, Condit Capital Press, 10/20/11 by Terry Flores
 
Judge Dislikes Columbia Salmon Dam Plan Natural Resource Report, 10/17/11 by Staff
 
Protecting Northwest Investments Weekly Message from Doc, 10/14/11 by Congressman Doc Hastings
Council Responds to Congressman Doc Hastings Response Letter, 4/20/10 by Bruce Measure
Dam Breaching and Shifting from Barge to Rail are Not the Answers for Fish Response Letter, 2/4 Pacific NW Waterways Association
 
Mekong River Fisheries: What can be Learned from the Columbia River? Intl. Water Power, 10/5/11 by John W Ferguson
 
Another Dam Bites the Dust The Register-Guard, 10/25/11 by Editorial Board
A Rush of Data From Removal of Dams on Elwha, White Salmon Yakima Herald, 9/27/11 by Editorial Board
 
Government Must Stop Ignoring Its Flawed Salmon Plan Register-Guard, 10/1/11 by Michael Blumm
Utility Information is Misleading Register-Guard, 9/24/11 by Devin Monte
Salmon Policies are Illegal Register-Guard, 9/22/11 by Derek Kimbol
 
Federal Judge sets ILWU Fine at $250,000 for Violating Restraining Order The Daily News, 9/30/11 by Michael Blumm
 
Franklin County Tour Reveals Hidden History Under River Tri-City Herald, 9/6/11 by Kristi Pihl
"Source to Sea: The Columbia River Swim" Statesman Journal, 10/19/6 by Staff
1949: Year of Decision on the Columbia River Columbia Magazine, Spring 05 by William L. Lang
 
Court Decision Would Cripple Logging Grand Coulee Star, 9/14/11 Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
 
Flawed ESA Requires Fundamental Reforms Capital Press, 9/2/11 by Editorial Board
ESA Should Include Costs Capital Press, 9/2/11 by Maxine Keesling
EPA, ESA Are Out of Control Capital Press, 9/2/11 by William Riley
Salmon Threatened by Government Care2, 8/23/11 by Jake Richardson
 
Idaho History: Most Pioneers Thought Idaho's Fish Were Limitless Idaho Statesman, 8/14/11 by Arthur Hart
Perspectives from the Idaho High Country Speech to Oregon AFS, 2/11 by Don Chapman
 
Elwha River Hatchery to Hurt Recovery, Critics Say Seattle Times, 8/27/11 by Lynda V. Mapes
Punching Holes in the Concrete The Oregonian, 8/27/11 by Editorial Board
 
Rep Pledges to Check EPA Flathead Beacon, 8/18/11 by Matthew Weaver
ESA Threatens to Drain Federal Pocketbook Capital Press, 8/11/11 by Editorial Board
Reveal the Invisible Price Tag Capital Press, 6/2/11 by Editorial Board
 
Behind a Judge's Refusal to Go Along with Obama's River Plan Crosscut, 8/18/11 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Dam Thinking Flathead Beacon, 8/18/11 by Pennwell
 
A Lot of Talk, Not Much Listening The Columbian, 8/14/11 by Jeff Heinrichs
 
Saving Salmon, Saving Jobs Miami Herald, 8/22/11 by Pat Ford
Ruling an Opportunity for Stakeholders to Write Salmon Recovery Plan Bellingham Herald, 8/14/11 by Riley Starks
 
Congressman Finds Columbia River Ruling Alarming Natural Resource Report, 8/23/11 by Congressman Doc Hastings
Rep. Jay Inslee Visits Port of Kalama The Daily News, 8/22/11 by Erik Olson
'More Aggressive' Solutions Sought for Wild Salmon BPA Watch, 8/18/11 by Eric Barker
Salmon Collaboration Post Register, 8/10/11 by Editorial Board
Cantwell: Judge has Spoken on Columbia River Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/8/11 by Joel Connelly
Congressional Members Criticize Judge's New Ruling on Fish Recovery Plan Ag Info, 8/4/11 by Bob Hoff
NHA on Judge Redden's Ruling Re: Salmon Protection at Federal Dams Renewable Energy World, 8/3/11 by Linda Church Ciocci
McMorris Rodgers Responds to Judge's Rejection of Plan for Dams, Salmon Spokesman-Review, 8/3/11 by Rich Landers
 
Salmon Coalition Asks Obama for Help Sustainable Business Oregon, 8/9/11 by Erik Siemers
 
No Need to Rethink Salmon Plan That Pays Healthy Returns Register-Guard, 9/10/11 by Scott Corwin
Judge's Salmon-Plan Ruling: 'Predictable' Seattle Times, 8/25/11 by Thomas O'Keefe
Arguments for Removal of Snake River Dams are Laughable, Absurd Seattle Times, 8/23/11 by Terry Flores
A New Chance for Snake River Salmon The Oregonian, 8/19/11 by Tim Palmer
Judge's Ruling on NW Salmon Plan Asks for Clarity Seattle Times, 8/19/11 by Terry Flores
Ruling Brings Opportunity to Rebuild Fisheries, Expand Our Green Economy The News Tribune, 8/18/11 by Kawahara & Patton
Missing Mark on Dams Seattle Times, 8/17/11 by Michael Dauer
Judge Demands New Salmon Plan for Columbia, Snake Rivers Seattle Times, 8/17/11 by Bill Arthur
Give Stakeholders a Chance on Salmon Survival Plan Seattle Times, 8/15/11 by Spain & Mueller
The Salmon Plan Gets a Solid "Yes, No, Maybe" from the Judge The Oregonian, 8/13/11 by Terry Flores
Saving Salmon Requires Leadership Spokesman-Review, 8/13/11 by Paul Fish
Judge Still Riding Feds to Restore Dwindling Columbia River Salmon Seattle Times, 8/11/11 by Steven Hawley
Faulty Columbia Basin Salmon Plan Bad for Salmon and Jobs Juneau Empire, 8/10/11 by Dale Kelley
Court Ruling is a Win for Healthy Rivers, Salmon and Communities Fly Rod + Reel, 8/8/11 by Ted Williams
Judge's Ruling on NW Dams Could Mean Higher Electricity Prices Examiner, 8/3/11 by Joe Newby
 
The Salmon Deserve Better New York Times, 8/11/11 by Editorial Board
Ruling on Salmon Proposal Disappointing, Inconclusive Tri-City Herald, 8/10/11 by Editorial Board
Tired of Losing? How About Something New? BPA Watch, 8/10/11 by Marty Trillhaase
Analysis: Salmon Plan on Snooze Alarm NW Fishletter, 8/5/11 by Bill Rudolph
How to Settle Dams vs. Fish Democrat Herald, 8/4/11 by Editorial Board
Salmon Plan III Gets Hook Register Guard, 8/4/11 by Editorial Board
It's Too Late to 'Just Get By' The Daily Astorian, 8/4/11 by Editorial Board
Is Snake River Dam Removal Back? New West, 8/3/11 by Editorial Board
Salmon Decision Makes BPA Customers Pay Twice Idaho Statesman, 8/3/11 by Rocky Barker
Columbia River Salmon Plans: The Judge is Not Amused Seattle Times, 8/3/11 by Editorial Board
Show Him the Salmon The Oregonian, 8/3/11 by Editorial Board
 
Federal Judge Rejects U.S. Salmon Pla Renewable Energy World, 8/8/11 by Pennwell
Judge Sends Mixed Message in Ruling on Salmon Plan NW Fishletter, 8/5/11 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Redden says NOAA Salmon Plan Needs More Work Hermiston Herald, 8/5/11 by Luke Hegdal
Saving the Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 8/5/11 by Katherine Wutz
For Now, Northwest Fish Plan to Stay Electric Co-op Today, 8/4/11 by Steven Johnson
Judge Rejects Salmon Plan, But Keeps it in Place NW Fishletter, 8/4/11 by Mateusz Perkowski
Judge Rules Against Govt Over Salmon Scheme Fish Info & Services, 8/3/11 by Natalia Real
U.S. Judge Rejects Latest Salmon Recovery Plan Science, 8/3/11 by Robert F. Service
Judge Ousts Feds' Third Plan to Save Salmon Public News Service, 8/3/11 by Chris Thomas
Redden Orders New Salmon BiOp By 2014 Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/3/11 by Staff
Feds Still on Losing Side of Salmon Case Idaho Statesman, 8/3/11 by Rocky Barker
Judge Rules Salmon Plan Illegal Idaho Mountain Express, 8/3/11 by Katherine Wutz
Judge Rejects Salmon Protection Plan Tri-City Herald, 8/3/11 by AP & Herald Staff
Judge Rejects Salmon Plan as Too Vague The Columbia, 8/2/11 by Jeff Barnard, AP
Judge Rejects Salmon-Protection Plan as Too Vague Seattle Times, 8/2/11 Staff & News Services
Judge Beaches Feds' Columbia River Salmon Plan Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/2/11 by Joel Connelly
Federal Judge Shoots Down Plan for Dams and Salmon for Third Time The Oregonian, 8/2/11 by Scott Learn
Judge James Redden Rejects Plan for Dams and Salmon for Third Time The Oregonian, 8/2/11 by Scott Learn
Listen What's Next for Columbia Salmon Plans? Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8/2/11 by Hyams & Manning
Judge Shoots Down Fed Salmon Plan Boise Weekly, 8/2/11 by George Prentice
Listen Judge: Salmon Plan Falls Short KPLU, 8/2/11 by Aaron Kunz
 
Rare Green Win: House Defeats 'Extinction Rider' Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/27/11 by Staff
 
Wind Questions Still Have No Answers Hermiston Herald, 7/27/11 by Neill Woelk
Poll: Californians Favor More Alternative Energy San Francisco Chronicle, 7/28/11 by Kelly Zito
 
Breaching Dams Can Halt Extinction The Columbian, 8/1/11 by Gary Johnson
Science, Not Politics, Should Dictate Energy Solutions The Columbian, 7/19/11 by Don Brunell
Fish & Politics Along the South Fork The Star-News, 7/21/11 by Michael Wells
Dams Needed for Flood Control, Affordable Energy Othello Outlook, 7/7/11 Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
 
Hydro Power Should be Allowed as Renewable Energy Source The Chronicle, 7/22/11 by Editorial Board
 
House Adopts Shoreline Amendment on Docks The News Tribune, 7/15/11 by Staff
 
Dukes Elected Vice Chair of NW Power & Conservation Council Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/15/11 by Staff
 
Simpson Draws Praise From the Idaho Water User Community Ag Weekly, 7/12/11 by Staff
 
Protect ESA from Peril of Legislative Assaults Spokesman-Review, 7/3/11 by Editorial Board
 
Toughest in the Nation Register Guard, 6/28/11 by Editorial Board
 
Scientists: Remove Snake River Dams Idaho Mountain Express, 7/1/11 by Katherine Wutz
Fish Scientists Cite Snake River Dams as Threat to Fisheries Spokesman-Review, 6/30/11 by Rich Landers
Scientists: Snake River Dams Must Be Breached BPA Watch, 6/28/11 by Eric Barker
Group Calls for Dam Breaching BPA Watch, 6/27/11 by Staff
Fisheries Society Reaffirms Call for Removing Lower Snake Dams Boise Weekly, 6/27/11 by Rocky Barker
Fisheries Scientists Want Snake Dams Removed Boise Weekly, 6/28/11 by George Prentice
 
Fishing Took Half of Idaho's Chinook in the 60's Before They Got Here Idaho Statesman, 6/24/11 by Rocky Barker
 
Rockefeller Leaving Washington Senate for Power Council NW Fishletter, 6/3/11 by Rick Adair
Yakama Member Selected to Chair Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Yakima Herald-Republic, 6/22/11 by Staff
 
Obama's Pick for Interior Fish & Wildlife Chief Feels Heat E & E, 7/20/11 by Paul Quinlan
Tri-Cities Chamber Opposes Nomination to Interior Post The Bellingham Herald, 7/3/11 by John Trumbo
Dam Advocates Oppose Interior Nominee Idaho Statesman, 6/27/11 by Rocky Barker
Choice for Interior Official Too Controversial to Stand Tri-City Herald, 6/24/11 by Staff
Idaho Water Group Opposes Fish and Wildlife Post Pick Capital Press, 6/23/11 by Dave Wilkins
Tri-City Regional Chamber Opposes Obama Interior Dept. Choice KEPR TV, 6/23/11 by Staff
Cantwell Asked to Oppose Appointment of Dam Removal Advocate Washington Ag Today, 6/23/11 by Bob Hoff
Severson Opposes Wodder Nomination Hermiston Herald, 6/21/11 by Luke Hegdal
Obama is Packing the Government with Big Green Ideologues Washington Examiner, 6/16/11 by Ron Arnold
American Rivers CEO Is Nominated for Interior Assistant Secretary Post New York Times, 6/9/11 by Phil Taylor
 
The Past and Future of Western Dams High Country News, 6/6/11 by Joseph Taylor
Lewis and Clark Were OK, But Not Those Who Followed, Prof. Says Standard Examiner, 6/3/11 by Brad W. Gary
 
BPA Made the Correct Decision Hungry Horse News, 6/1/11 by Ken Sugden
Grid Needs Fixing Baker City Herald, 6/1/11 by Editorial Board
 
Enough Review: Remove the Lower Snake Dams Idaho Statesman, 6/2/11 by Edward Allan Patzer
A Free-flowing Lower Snake is Key to Recover Idaho Statesman, 6/2/11 by Bert Bowler
Fish and Farming Can Co-exist, and Here's How Idaho Statesman, 6/2/11 by Bill Goodnight
Wind Power Reinforces the Case for Dam Removal Tukwila Reporter, 5/29/11 by Stephen Pauley, M.D.
Flood Busting Dams Save the Northwest Tukwila Reporter, 5/29/11 by Don Brunell
Idaho Can Have Salmon and Agriculture Idaho Statesman, 5/22/11 by Travis Jones
 
'Renewable' Requirements Make No Sense Hermiston Herald, 5/20/11 by Neill Woelk
 
Protecting Federal Hydropower Investments in the West Congressional Hearing, 5/4/11 by Doc Hastings
Protecting Federal Hydropower Investments in the West Congressional Hearing, 5/4/11 by Tom McClintock
Protecting Federal Hydropower Investments in the West Congressional Hearing, 5/4/11 by Tom Karier
 
Senators Urge Reopening Aluminum Plant, Question Tax Reduction Request Flathead Beacon, 5/6/11 by Myers Reece
 
Best Science on Salmon Demands Dam Removal The Oregonian, 5/10/11 by KylaJ2
 
Federal Judge Mulls Salmon Issue Idaho Mountain Express, 5/18/11 by Tony Evans
Salmon Judge Gets Earful at BiOp Hearing NW Fishletter, 5/12/11 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Redden Hears Perhaps Final Arguments in Salmon -Vs- Dams Debate Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/10/11 by Rob Manning
Plaintiff: BiOp still "mushy information without any standards" Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/9/11 by Cassandra Profita
Judge Focuses Hearing on Future Safeguards for Salmon Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/9/11 by Rob Manning
Conservationists Question Columbia Basin Dam Plan The Boston Globe, 5/9/11 Nigel Duara & Jeff Barnard
US Judge Hears Arguments Over Federal Plan to Restore Salmon Runs Washington Press, 5/9/11 by Associated Press
Salmon, Dams Await Ruling from Federal Judge Boise Weekly, 5/10/11 by George Prentice
Conservationists Question Columbia Basin Dam Plan Register Guard, 5/10/11 by Associated Press
Third Plan for Columbia Basin Dams and Wild Salmon may Still Have Holes The Oregonian, 5/9/11 by Scott Learn
 
Judge in Portland Weighs Plan to Operate Dams, Save Wild Salmon The Oregonian, 5/9/11 by Staff
Listen Final Chapter in NW Salmon Showdown? Public News Service, 5/9/11 by Chris Thomas
Listen Federal Judge to Hear Arguments on Salmon Recovery Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/9/11 by Aaron Kunz
Judge to Hear More on Columbia Dam Plan, Likely Effects on Wild Fish The Republic, 5/9/11 by Associated Press
Habitat Restoration Soars on Columbia, But Fish Benefits are Murky The Oregonian, 5/8/11 by Scott Learn
Watch Salmon Wars Return to Portland Courtroom The Oregonian, 5/7/11 by Scott Learn
Lawsuits Reshape the Columbia, Snake Rivers After ESA Listings The Oregonian, 5/7/11 by Q. Smith & S. Learn
 
Salmon Summit Turns Columbia Park into Classroom Tri-City Herald, 5/4/11 by Jacques Von Lunen
 
PBS Documentary Looks at the State of Pacific NW Salmon Runs Seattle Times, 5/6/11 by Mark Yuasa
Provocative Salmon Documentary on Menu Pacific NW Inlander, 4/28/11 by Kevin Taylor
Watch Sockeye Subject of Broadcast Idaho Mountain Express, 4/20/11 by Katherine Wutz
 
Enviro Groups Will Sue to Stop Willamette River Dredging Project The Oregonian, 4/21/11 by Scott Learn
 
Breaching the Dams? Eugene Weekly, 5/3/11 by Peter DeFazio
DeFazio's Role in the Columbia Basin Salmon Crisis Smells Fishy Eugene Weekly, 5/3/11 by Sheena Moore
 
Directors Urge Judge to Rule for Salmon Plan East Oregonian, 5/11/11 by Umatilla Electric Board
Judge Should OK Columbia River Salmon Proposal Statesman Journal, 5/3/11 by Speckman & Berger
Give Salmon Plan a Chance to Work Tri-City Herald, 5/1/11 Ed Brost & Jim Sanders
It's Not All Doom and Gloom for Salmon and Steelhead Bellingham Herald, 4/30/11 by Roger Phillips
This Season of Salmon Brings Hope and Perhaps Legal Closure to Idaho Idaho Statesman, 4/22/11 by Rocky Barker
 
What's the Backup Plan? Spokesman Review, 4/28/11 by Tom Meise
Snake Dams Not Worth It Spokesman Review, 4/19/11 by Harvey Morrison
A Place to Hide Seattle Times, 4/17/11 by Doug Gentry
Salmon Solution Seattle Times, 4/17/11 by Bert Bowler
 
Columbia Salmon: Reversing Salmon Decline One Population at a Time Seattle Times, 4/4/11 by Paul Lumley
 
Show Us the Money to Remove Dam The Columbian, 3/30/11 by Gerald R. Johnson
Fewer Dams Will Improve Columbia-Snake River System Capital Press, 3/24/11 by Brett Swift
West Needs Better Dams, Not Fewer Capital Press, 2/10/11 by Editorial Board
 
Canada's Columbia Basin Trust, NW Power Council Renew Agreement Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/25/11 by Staff
 
Sea Lions' Appetite for Salmon Has Lawmakers Out for Blood Seattle Times, 4/3/11 by Rob Hotakainen
 
Bill in Oregon Senate Targets Commercial Salmon Fishing on Columbia The Oregonian, 3/23/11 by Associated Press
 
Poll: U.S. Loses Nuclear Support After Japan Quake USA Today, 3/22/11 by Wendy Koch
 
Native Americans Gather in Portland to Protest Oil Sands Shipments The Oregonian, 3/20/11 by Kelly House
Alberta Oil Operation Protested in Oregon American Banking News, 3/21/11 United Press International
Megaloads, Oil Sands and the Port of Lewiston New West, 3/4/11 by Steve Bunk
 
Court Clears Way for Pesticide Makers to Challenge NMFS Capital Press, 3/11/11 by Mateusz Perkowski
 
The Facts About Replacing Power from Snake River Dams The Oregonian, 3/29/11 by Steve Crow
Saving Columbia River Salmon: A Fish Story That's Not Just About Fish The Oregonian, 3/20/11 by Steven Hawley
A Fork in the River for Columbia Salmon The Oregonian, 3/17/11 by Editorial Board
Frankenfish Phobia New York Times, 3/17/11 by Timothy Egan
 
Wilde Gets Wild on Wilderness Idaho Mountain Express, 3/16/11 by Sabina Dana Plasse
Endangered Species Idaho Mountain Express, 2/2/11 by Dick Dorworth
 
Native American Musical 'The Ghosts of Celilo' Returns to Portland The Oregonian, 3/4/11 by Marty Hughley
Along the Columbia, Concerns for Salmon and Energy Production New York Times, 2/19/11 by William Yardley
 
Saving Salmon: Time to Get Out of the Courtroom and Into the River The Oregonian, 3/11/11 by Hastings & DeFazio
Saving Salmon: Going Where the 'Best Available Science' Leads Us The Oregonian, 3/11/11 by Demian Ebert
Columbia Basin Salmon Deserve Better Than This Recovery Plan The Oregonian, 3/1/11 by Steven Hawley
Letters: Salmon Recovery Plan The Oregonian, 3/1/11 by Joel Kawahara
Letters: Salmon Recovery Plan The Oregonian, 3/1/11 by Andy Maser
Columbia River Salmon: Letting Science Guide Salmon Recovery The Oregonian, 2/26/11 by Jane Lubchenco
 
Hastings Makes Another Run After Gluttonous Sea Lions Seattle Times, 3/8/11 by Kyung M. Song
Hastings Stands Tough on Dam Breaching Question Tri-City Herald, 3/3/11 by Editorial Board
Doc Says He'll Nix All Snake Dam-Breaching Bills The News Tribune, 2/24/11 by Annette Cary
Rep. Hastings Blocks Breaching Snake River Dams Seattle Times, 2/24/11 by Associated Press
Hastings Brings Western Attitude to Key Committee Capital Press, 2/3/11 by Dan Wheat
 
Wheat Growers Honor Senator Capital Press, 1/28/11 by Staff
 
Salmon Recovery: The Reckoning The Oregonian, 2/20/11 by Gabriel Finch
Salmon Recovery: The Reckoning The Oregonian, 2/20/11 by Mary Lynn Gregson
Salmon Recovery: The Reckoning The Oregonian, 2/20/11 by John Prescott
Salmon Recovery: The Reckoning The Oregonian, 2/20/11 by Leslie Ball
The Reckoning: A Looming Decision on Endangered Salmon The Oregonian, 2/12/11 by Paul VanDevelder
Salmon Got Your Tongue? High Country News, 2/21/11 by Bob Rees
 
U.S. Schools Use Solar to Power Education Energy Digital, 2/11/11 by John Shimkus
Water Under the Bridge: 2.9.11 The Daily Astorian, 2/9/11 Compiled by Bob Duke
 
BiOp Plaintiffs Fire Off Final Arguments NW Fishletter, 2/4/11 by Bill Rudolph
 
We Support Eliminating the Marking of Hatchery Fish Quarterly, 2/11 by Idaho Farm Bureau
 
Does Congress Need to Intervene? The Daily Astorian, 2/7/11 by Editorial Board
Plea to Lawmakers: 'Do No Harm' Capital Press, 1/20/11 by Steve Brown
Senators get Earful on Looming Pesticide Regulations Capital Press, 1/20/11 by Steve Brown
 
Is Obama Swimming Upstream with Campaign Against Salmon Bureaucracy? Fox News, 2/4/11 by Dan Springer
Obama Courts Controversy with Clean Energy Push Modern Power Systems, 1/28/11 by Staff
 
Innovation, Investment? Look No Further Than the Snake River Osprey Steelhead News, 1/29/11 by Osprey
Alaska Senator Sends Obama Salmon Sample Charlotte Observer, 1/28/11 by Associated Press
Saving Salmon Is No Joke Huffington Post, 1/27/11 by Leda Huta
Quick -- Obama's Speech. Think 'Salmon.' New York Times, 1/26/11 by Michael D. Shear
 
Snake River is a Model of Environmental & Economic Sustainability The Oregonian, 1/27/11 by Terry Flores
Collaborative Approach Holds the Key to Recovery Idaho Statesman, 1/24/11 by John Williams
Barging Has a 30-Year History of Failure Idaho Statesman, 1/24/11 by Bert Bowler
If Only It Were that Simple Idaho Statesman, 1/2/11 by Terry Flores
Spill Will Have an Adverse Effect on Other Runs Idaho Statesman, 5/29/10 by Darrryll Olsen
Spill is an Effective Stopgap Measure Idaho Statesman, 5/29/10 by Tom McGrath
Hydro Chorus Spouts the Same Old Nonsense Idaho Statesman, 5/29/10 by R.L. "Nick" Nicholson
 
10 Most Endangered Places includes Snake River Basin The Oregonian, 1/27/11 by Staff
Snake River Basin Makes Ecosystem "Save" List Listen Public News Service, 1/6/11 by Staff
 
Environmentalists Fear Hastings Will Take Care of Business Kansas City Star, 1/9/11 by Rob Hotakainen
Rep. Hastings New Chairman of House Natural Resources Committee Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/7/11 by Staff
 
Feds Say New BiOp Comes with No Guarantee, But That's OK NW Fishletter, 1/13/11 by Bill Rudolph
BPA's Spin Cloaks its Role in Blocking Real Salmon Recovery Idaho Statesman, 1/2/11 by Ed Chaney
 
Judge Grants Extension Allowing Plaintiffs to Answer Latest Briefs Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/7/11 by Staff
Last Round of Legal Briefs Filed Over Making Dams Safer for Salmon KMVT, 12/24/10 by Rachael Giffon
 

2010

Idaho Fish and Game's Year in Review Idaho State Journal, 1/3/11 by Fish and Game
 
State Dives in on Water Capital Press, 12/30/10 by Dan Wheat
Expansion Will Not Resolve Odessa Woes Capital Press, 12/30/10 Whittlesey & Butcher
Odessa Subarea Comment Period Extended Capital Press, 12/30/10 by Matthew Weaver
'Grand Canyon' Divides Rural, Urban Worlds Capital Press, 12/30/10 by Editorial Board
Power Rate Hikes Add Insult to Economic Injury Capital Press, 12/30/10 by Carl Sampson
 
BPA Lobbying for Relief from Fish and Wildlife Restraints Times-News, 12/21/10 by Coreen Hart
BPA Takes Responsible Risk with Rate Proposal Tri-City Herald, 11/16/10 by Editorial Board
 
Barging Gets High Marks at Research Review NW Fishletter, 12/10/10 by Bill Rudolph
Resurgent NW Salmon Show Dam 'Spill' is Better than Barging Idaho Statesman, 12/5/10 by Rocky Barker
 
We Need Hatcheries The Daily Astorian, 12/6/10 by Editorial Board
 
Salmon Advocates Contest Dam Plan Capital Press, 12/2/10 by Jeff Barnard
 
Columbia Basin Tour Tells of Water Woes Capital Press, 11/24/10 by Matthew Weaver
 
Sustainable, Profitable Go Hand-in-Hand Capital Press, 11/24/10 by Editorial Board
 
For Tar Sands Developers, a Long and Winding Road Crosscut, 11/12/10 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Salmon-Munching Sea Lions Get Reprieve from Appeals Court The Columbian, 11/23/10 by Erik Robinson
Court Puts a Stop to Killing Sea Lions at Bonneville Dam Oregon Public Broadcasting, 11/23/10 by Rob Manning
 
FEEDBACK: Snake River Sockeye Recovery Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/19/10 by Scott Levy
Return of the Sockeye and the Legacy of Lonesome Larry Covington Reporter, 11/16/10 by Don Brunell
 
Wright's Calming Influence Refreshing Spokesman-Review, 10/14/10 by Bert Caldwell
 
Barges to be Blocked The Columbian, 11/17/10 by Editorial Board
Temporary Loss of Locks Demonstrates River's Value Tri-City Herald, 11/13/10 by Editorial Board
Deep Thoughts The Columbian, 10/25/10 by Editorial Board
It's a Bad Idea to Cut Back on Salmon Hatchery Production Chinook Observer, 10/5/10 by Editorial Board
 
Celilo Falls Getting a Memory Upgrade Yakima Herald, 10/30/10 by Phil Ferolito
Salmon Advocates say Columbia Dam Plan No Good Seattle Times, 10/29/10 by Jeff Barnard
 
Author Gives Boost to Nuclear Power The News Tribune, 9/29/10 by Cathy Kessinger
Author: WPPSS Still Has Lessons for Energy Industry Tri-City Herald, 9/21/10 by Annette Cary
Mankind has Insignificant Impact on Climate Capital Press, 9/19/10 by Jay Lehr
 
Ag Groups File Petition Challenging Pesticide/Salmon Decisions Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/17/10 by Staff
Farmers Caught in Fight Over Buffers Capital Press, 9/9/10 by Mitch Lies
 
Port of Portland Chief Gets Raise, Turns Down Bonus The Oregonian, 9/3/10 by James Mayer
Floyd Harvey, Hells Canyon Advocate Dead at 84 BPA Watch, 8/13/10 by Eric Barker
 
Amended Complaint Filed in Salmon Lawsuit The News Tribune, 8/26/10 by Kevin McCullen
Legal Sparring Begins on 2010 Supplemental Salmon BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/27/10 by Staff
Coalition Files Complaint Against Obama Salmon Plan HydroWorld, 8/26/10 by Staff
 
Salmon Policy The Oregonian, 8/25/10 by by Jennifer Siler
Columbia Salmon Policy Still Driven by Ideology, Not Science The Oregonian, 8/20/10 by by Steven Hawley
Science and Salmon Returns The Oregonian, 8/19/10 by Terry Flores
Columbia River Salmon: The Fishermen's Plan is Starting to Work The Oregonian, 8/16/10 by Bob Rees
Hydroelectric Dams: The Upsides and Down Sides Health News Digest, 8/14/10 by Earth Talk
 
Success Shouldn't Obscure Need for a Sustainable Salmon Plan Idaho Statesman, 8/22/10 by Don Chapman
We're Bringing Salmon Back from Extinction Idaho Statesman, 8/22/10 by Booth and Bodi
Crapo to Assist Record Salmon Migration American Chronicle, 8/14/10 by Congressional Desk
Returning the Red Fish to Redfish Idaho Mountain Express, 8/13/10 by Staff
Purchase Boosts Sockeye Recovery BPA Journal, 8/10 by Staff
Returns Don't Spell Recovery Idaho Mountain Express, 8/3/10 by Katherine Wutz
 
Summer Spill Harms Salmon, Adds Costs Othello Outlook, 8/5/10 by Doc Hastings
 
Salmon Run Controversy: Follow the Money Seattle Times, 1/31/10 by Ed Morrison
Environmental Issues: Salmon Runs Spokesman Review, 1/27/10 by Terry Flores
 
Regulators Reevaluating Dredge Spoils on West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 8/31/10 by Scott Learn
Just Think...: Grumpy about the Columbia Chinook Observer, 8/3/10 by Victoria Stoppiello
Stop Bespoiling West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 8/10/10 by Timme Helzer
Development on West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 7/30/10 by Walt LeDoux
Development on West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 7/30/10 by Glenn Laubaugh
Development on West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 7/30/10 by Jeff Smith
Development on West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 7/30/10 by Jim Labbe
Development on West Hayden Island The Oregonian, 7/30/10 by Bruce Halperin
 
Come Now, Come Later, Mr. President, Just Come Tri-City Herald, 8/13/10 by Editorial Board
We Need the Help The Daily Astorian, 8/3/10 by Editorial Board
Franklin County Accused of Lobbying Misdeeds Tri-City Herald, 7/30/10 by Michelle Dupler
 
Obama Decried, Then Used, Some Bush Drilling Policies Wall Street Journal, 7/5/10 by King Jr. & Johnson
Scientists Expected Obama Administration to be Friendlier Los Angeles Times, 7/10/10 by Hamburger & Geiger
 
Trainwreck: You Can See it Coming Wheat Life, 7/10 by Lisa Urbat
 
Something's Going Right; Columbia Salmon are Back Tri-City Herald, 7/16/10 by Editorial Board
Salmon Numbers Deceptive Spokesman Review, 7/14/10 by Kyla Kenny
NW Should Find Hope, Encouragement, in a Strong Fish Returns The Oregonian, 7/10/10 by Editorial Board
 
Meet Unlikely Proponent of Dam Removal: Farmer Bryan Jones Patagonia, 7/10 by Staff
Working Snake River: Saving Salmon -- and Jobs Huffington Post, 7/1/10 by Waylon Lewis
 
Oregon Salmon Safe and Sustainable The Oregonian, 6/28/10 by Staff and AP
Oregon Salmon Rated as 'Avoid' on Seafood Watch Guide The Oregonian, 6/28/10 by Scott Learn
 
Avoid Harvesting Wild Fish The Columbian, 7/5/10 by Hobe Kytr
Fish Face-Off High Country News, 6/21/10 by Lee Van Der Loo
Columbia River Fishery Debate Rages On The Columbian, 6/20/10 by Hobe Kytr
 
Salmon are Priority The Daily Astorian, 6/25/10 by Steve Oliver
$525 Million Plan Aims to Protect Columbia, Snake River Fish The News Tribune, 6/24/10 by Kevin McCullen
Salmon Must Be Our Top Priority The Daily Astorian, 6/15/10 by Editorial Board
 
Habeas Corpus for Animals? Why Not? Washington Post, 6/12/10 by Christopher Stone
 
Let's Really Talk About Taking Down Those Snake River Dams Crosscut, 6/7/10 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Judge Should Accept Salmon Recovery Plan The Daily News, 6/7/10 by Associated Press
Thanks for Helping Defend the Columbia The Daily News, 6/5/10 by Vonda Kay Brock
 
Nez Perce Say Feds' Priorities are Skewed Courthouse News, 6/11/10 by Sonya Angelica Diehn
 
Groups Sue Over Endangered Salmon The Epoch Times, 6/7/10 by Annie Wu
WA Sued to Win Water for Endangered Salmon Environment News Service, 6/7/10 by Staff
Groups File Suit Against WA State Over Spill Limits at Federal Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/4/10 by Staff
Groups Sue for More Water Over Dams for Salmon Seattle Times, 6/3/10 by Phuong Le
 
BPA's Delwiche Moves from Environment to VP for Power Services Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/4/10 by Staff
BPA Administrator Steve Wright Reappointed The Oregonian, 6/3/10 by Ted Sickinger
BPA's Wright Keeps Job Spokesman-Review, 6/3/10 by Staff
Steve Wright: NW Power Boss for Life? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/3/10 by Joel Connelly
 
Obama Says He'll Push for Clean Energy Bill New York Times, 6/2/10 by Helene Cooper
 
Scientists Need to be More Effective at Public Communication Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/4/10 by Staff
Action Atlas: Save Snake River Salmon National Geographic, 5/24/10 by Allen Carroll
 
Thirst for Energy Can Be Quenched with Conservation East Oregonian, 5/23/10 by Editorial Board
Crafting the Operating Manual for the Columbia River System Seattle Times, 5/28/10 Editorial Board
Salmon or Political Games? Obama Admin Makes its Choice Crosscut, 5/26/10 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Agencies File Fish Protection Plan BPA Journal, 6/10/10 by Staff
Amended Salmon Plan Handed Back to Judge NW Fishletter, 5/27/10 by Bill Rudolph
Federal Agencies File 'Supplemental Biological Opinion' for Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/21/10 by Staff
NW Salmon Battle Doesn't Bode Well for Other Endangered Species Listen Public News Service, 5/21/10 by Chris Thomas
Obama to Skeptical Judge: Bush's Salmon-Rescue Plan is A-OK Investigate West, 5/20/10 by Robert McClure
Agencies Submit New Columbia River Salmon Plan Los Angeles Times, 5/20/10 by Kim Murphy
No Major Changes for Columbia Basin Salmon Seattle Times, 5/20/10 by Abby Haight
Obama Admin says Climate Change has Already Hurt Salmon Idaho Statesman, 5/20/10 by Rocky Barker
Obama Administration Backs Bush-era Plan for Columbia Salmon The Oregonian, 5/20/10 by Scott Learn
Bluefish.org Offers Reward Idaho Mountain Express, 5/23/8 by Staff
 
Northwest 'Extinction Epicenter' for Ocean-Going Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/18/10 by Joel Connelly
 
Steelhead Belong in Rivers, and a Recent Oregon Study Shows Why The Bellingham Herald, 5/18/10 by Roger Phillips
Selective Fishing Rule Should be Extended The Columbian, 5/16/10 by Bryan Irwin
 
Politicians Aim to Free Up Federal Land Capital Press, 5/6/10 by Carol Ryan Dumas
The Idaho Tide Patagonia Catalog, 5/10 by Steven Hawley
Dems On Dams Pacific NW Inlander, 4/28/10 by Kevin Taylor
 
Will Salmon Make Rebound? Daily Astorian, 5/17/10 by Editorial Board
Obama Administration Names New NW Salmon Chief Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/13/10 by Jeff Barnard
Clinton's NW Salmon Czar Returns Under Obama The Oregonian, 5/13/10 by Jeff Mapes
NOAA: Controversial Clinton-Era Manager Returns to Northwest Environment & Energy, 5/13/10 by Allison Winter
 
Groups Want More Water Over Dams for Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/10/10 by Associated Press
 
'Working Snake River For Washington,' Seeks Stakeholder Process Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/7/10 by Staff
 
Fun with Fishes at the Refuge The Columbian, 6/14/10 by Craig Brown
Watch Filmmaker Interview: Colin Stryker on "River Ways" indie Wire, 5/7/10 by Staff
Thriving Runs of Salmon? They Do Exist... Favstocks, 5/7/10 by Environmental Defense
Shoshone-Bannock's Stand Restored Salmon to Idahoans' Mind Idaho Statesman, 4/5/10 by Rocky Barker
 
Hydropower the Key to Washington's Future Covington Reporter, 4/11/10 by Don Brunell
Wright Testifies Before Congress BPA Journal, 4/10 by Staff
Taking Stock of Salmon Los Angeles Times, 3/19/10 by Doc Hastings
Taking Stock of Salmon II Los Angeles Times, 3/19/10 by Howard Garrett
 
Feds vs. Fish: Crying Over Spilled Water Crosscut, 4/26/10 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Feds Plan Dam Releases to Help Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 4/21/10 by Jason Kauffman
Obama Admin. Decides to Continue Spring Dam Spills for Salmon Times-News, 4/21/10 by Nate Poppino
NOAA Will Mix Spills And Barges To Help Young Salmon Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4/20/10 by Rob Manning
Obama Admin. Decides to Continue Spilling Water Over Dams Idaho Statesman, 4/19/10 by Rocky Barker
Feds to Follow Panel's Advice on Salmon Migration The Olympian, 4/19/10 by Associated Press
 
Swimming vs. Barging for Salmon: Scientists at Odds with Feds New West, 4/21/10 by Deb Courson
Federal (spill) Plan Finally may be Helping. Why Mess with It? Idaho Statesman, 4/18/10 by Editorial Board
Taking Stock of Salmon The Oregonian, 4/18/10 by Gabe Finch
Don't Barge Into Court Over Spill for Salmon The Oregonian, 4/13/10 by Rick Attig
Panel Recommends Spilling, Barging of Salmon The News Tribune, 4/13/10 by Kevin McCullen
Scientists Don't Like NOAA Plan to Barge Salmon Seattle Times, 4/12/10 by Jeff Barnard
Science Panel Opposes Obama Plan for Snake/Columbia Salmon The Oregonian, 4/12/10 by Scott Learn
Independent Scientists Step in Again to Salmon Migration Debate Idaho Statesman, 4/12/10 by Rocky Barker
Scientists and Obama Administration at Odds over Spill & Salmon Lake Stevens Journal, 4/12/10 by Mike Clifford
 
U-B Editorial Circulates Dam-Breaching Myth Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 4/12/10 by Bert Bowler
Yes, Let's Debate Scientific Facts Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 4/15/10 by John McKern
 
Officials Hope Dams' Removal Will Bring the Big Salmon Back McClatchy Newspapers, 4/11/10 by Les Blumenthal
Letting the Rivers Run: An Interview with Sandra Postel National Geographic, 4/8/10 by Ford Cochran
Wave of Threats Swamp Dams Capital Press, 4/8/10 by Mateusz Perkowski
 
Protect Fish to Protect Fisheries The Columbian, 4/11/10 by Dan Grogan
Save the Salmon, Full Spill Ahead Seattle Times, 4/10/10 by Amy Lindberg
Keep Spilling Water Over Dams, Scientists Urge Seattle Times, 4/10/10 by Patrick Donovan
Chinook Salmon may be Barged Around Dams The News Tribune, 4/10/10 by Kevin McCullen
Groups ask Judge to Maintain Spills in Columbia River Basin E&E, 4/8/10 by Colin Sullivan
Water Over the Dam Works for Salmon Seattle Times, 4/7/10 by Editorial Board
Feds Want to Barge Salmon Past Snake River Dams Targana, 4/6/10 by Jeff Barnard
Drill and Spill Bodes Ill The Daily Astorian, 4/6/10 by Editorial Board
Feds Would Shut Off Tap on Fishing Economy BPA Watch, 4/2/10 by Marty Trillhaase
 
What Don't We Know About the Columbia Salmon Plan? The Oregonian, 3/19/10 by Steven Hawley
 
Crapo Considers Group Approach to Endangered Species Times-News, 4/6/10 by Nate Poppino
 
Christmas Valley Wants Sagebrush, Not Solar Panels Capital Press, 3/20/10 by Kate Ramsayer
Wind Energy: Not Green. Not Clean BPA Watch, 3/20/10 by Michael Costello
 
Power Council Report Fuels Breaching Debate BPA Watch, 3/21/10 by Eric Barker
The Real Costs of Removing Four Lower Snake River Dams The Oregonian, 3/14/10 by Terry Flores
An Upstream Battle Over Chinook Salmon Los Angeles Times, 3/12/10 by Editorial Board
Will Columbia-Snake River Salmon be Saved? Huffington Post, 2/22/10 by Anna Brones
Salmon on the Menu for Federal Court "Fish Friday" Ag Weekly, 2/19/10 by Deb Courson
Failure of Ambition and Imagination The Daily Astorian, 2/18/10 by Editorial Board
Will Obama's Feds Finally Aim High? Crosscut, 2/16/10 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Water Under the Bridge: 3.3.10 The Daily Astorian, 3/3/10 Compiled by Bob Duke
Water Under the Bridge: 2.24.10 The Daily Astorian, 2/24/10 Compiled by Bob Duke
Water Under the Bridge: 2.10.10 The Daily Astorian, 2/10/10 Compiled by Bob Duke
 
NOAA will Review Columbia River Salmon Plan Los Angeles Times, 2/19/10 by Kim Murphy
NOAA Takes Back Plan Making Dams Safer for Salmon Seattle Times, 2/19/10 by Jeff Barnard
 
Judge Finds Fault with Federal Salmon Plan Idaho Mountain Express, 2/19/10 by Jon Duval
Judge Gives Feds Final Chance for Salmon Rescue Changes Times-News, 2/16/10 by Nate Poppino
Redden Wants to Finish Salmon Suit Idaho Statesman, 2/15/10 by Rocky Barker
Judge Redden Offers Advice on Federal Salmon Plan Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2/11/10 by Rob Manning
Oregon: Judge Finds Salmon Plan Flawed The New York Times, 2/10/10 by William Yardley
Judge Gives NOAA Fisheries Last Chance on Salmon The Seattle Times, 2/10/10 by Jeff Barnard
Judge says Amendment to Federal Salmon Plan Needs More Work BPA Watch, 2/10/10 by Staff
Judge says He Can't Consider Admin's Salmon/Dams Plan The Oregonian, 2/10/10 by Matthew Preusch
 
Congress, Courts Shape the Act We Know Today Times-News, 1/25/10 by Nate Poppino
ESA: Too Controversial to Change, Politics Block Major Reform Times-News, 1/26/10 by Nate Poppino
 
Murray Honored for Washington Agricultural Support Columbia Basin Herald, 1/29/10 by Staff
 
Hastings Embraces a New Hanford Nuclear Plant KNDO / KNDU, 2/8/10 by Staff
 
Snake River Update Othello Outlook, 1/27/10 by Rep. Doc Hastings
More Broken Promises from Army Corps Idaho Statesman, 1/26/10 by Dr. Steve Bruce
Save the Salmon -- and Us Los Angeles Times, 1/24/10 by Carl Safina
For Healthy Returns, Juvenile Salmon Have to Reach the Ocean Seattle Times, 1/22/10 by Editorial Board
Feds Want Limited BiOp Remand NW Fishletter, 1/21/10 by Bill Rudolph
Obama's Flunking Science Spokesman-Review, 1/20/10 by Asia Hege
 
Decade Brings Change to Tri-Citiies Quality of Life The News Tribune, 1/4/10 by Michelle Dupler
 
Energy Regulators Up Timeline for Liquid Gas Terminal The Oregonian, 1/4/10 by Ted Sickinger
 
Tim Weaver, Yakama Tribes' Salmon Champion, says His Goodbyes The Oregonian, 1/1/10 by Matthew Preusch
 
Hastings Renews Dam Removal Concern Tri-City Herald, 1/6/10 by Annette Cary
Attorney Wagers Judge will Approve Columbia River Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 1/5/10 by Matthew Preusch
Something's Fishy The Inlander, 12/23/9 by Kevin Taylor
Environmental Group Leader Debates Dams Tri-City Herald, 12/5/9 by John Trumbo
 

2009

Mark Eames - Attorney of the Year NOAA, 2009 by NOAA
 
E-mails Show Internal Debate over Obama Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 12/24/9 by Matthew Preusch
Scientists Raised Doubts Actions Will Do As Much As Advertised Idaho Statesman, 11/30/9 by Rocky Barker
 
Salmon Progress in Jeopardy Spokesman-Review, 12/11/9 by Patty Ann Shadden
Editorial Barrage Unprincipled Spokesman-Review, 12/11/9 by John Roskelley
A Great Day on the River, a Boost to Idaho's Economy Idaho Statesman, 12/5/9 by Rich Howard
The Salmon Deal Redden Can't Deliver BPA Watch, 12/3/9 by Marty Trillhaase
Idahoans Mixed About Outcome of Dam Case Idaho Statesman, 11/30/9 by Rocky Barker
Judge Should Say Yes to Columbia Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 11/25/9 by Editorial Board
 
Judge Orders More Input on Salmon Biop Capital Press, 11/27/9 by Mitch Lies
Salmon Plan is Close, Judge says Idaho Statesman, 11/24/9 by Rocky Barker
Salmon Judge: Obama Plan Is A Good Piece Of Work Natural Oregon, 11/23/9 by Dennis Newman
Federal Judge Praises New Salmon-Protection Plan Seattle Times, 11/23/9 by Hal Bernton
A Portland Court Date for Salmon and Dams The Oregonian, 11/23/9 by Matthew Preusch
 
Judge Should Give OK to Government's Salmon Plan Union-Bulletin, 11/23/9 by Editorial Board
 
Judge Raises Concerns Over Columbia Salmon Plan The Daily News, 11/17/9 by Jeff Barnard
Salmon Plan May Become Reality KPIC, 11/15/9 by Dan Bain
 
Jim McDermott to Speak at the Working Snake River Newsday, 11/11/9 by Staff
NOAA Chief Lubchenco to Attend Salmon Hearing Seattle Times, 11/10/9 by Jeff Barnard
The Scientist in the Courtroom Idaho Statesman, 11/5/9 by Rocky Barker
Definitions: Arbitrary, Adequate, Potential Dictionary of Law by Merriam-Webster
 
Faith Column: What's Harder than Admitting Mistakes? Idaho Statesman, 9/26/9 by Dan Fink
 
Tribes, States to Cooperate on Salmon Recovery Plan The News Tribune, 10/24/9 by John Trumbo
Group Presses for Colder Columbia The Columbian, 10/23/9 by Erik Robinson
NW Salmon Advocates Make the Rounds in D.C. The Oregonian, 10/6/9 by Matthew Preusch
 
Decision on Salmon, Steelhead Plan Looms The Heartland Institute, 11/1/9 by Bonner R. Cohen
Critics Contest Dam Plan in Northwest New York Times, 10/9/9 by Colin Miner
Groups say Nothing New in Columbia Salmon Plan The Bellingham Herald, 10/8/9 by Jeff Barnard
Responses to Fish Plan Due Oct. 7 East Oregonian, 10/4/9 by Associated Press
Judge Extends Deadline for Salmon Plan Responses KPAX, 10/2/9 by Associated Press
Judge Asks for Responses to Obama Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 9/23/9 by Matthew Preusch
Deadline Set for Criticism of New NW Salmon Plan Seattle Times, 9/23/9 by Associated Press
 
How to Eat a Fish Center for Justice, 10/6/9 by Tim Connor
"River Ways" Local Sightings Film Festival at NWFF Seattle Post Globe, 9/30/9 by Staff
 
Saving an American Icon Chico News Review, 10/29/9 by Paul Johnson
Recovery Plan for Salmon Flounders The Seattle Times, 10/23/9 by Ron Richards
Plan Not Supported by Science The Seattle Times, 10/23/9 by Matt Herron
Relying Too Much on Hope The Seattle Times, 10/23/9 by Alex Uber
Plan Spells Extinction The Seattle Times, 10/19/9 by Joel Kawahara
Columbia Salmon Plan is Legally and Scientifically Sound The Oregonian, 10/15/9 by Vern & Gary Frederickson
Salmon Options The Daily Astorian, 10/9/9 by Mary Lynn Gregson
Dam Alternatives The Daily Astorian, 10/9/9 by Steve Siler
Obama Failed the Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 10/7/9 by Stephen Pauley
For Wild Salmon, More Business as Usual The Oregonian, 10/7/9 by Michael Blumm
Hatred for the Human Race The Oregonian, 10/7/9 by Joe Felida
The Cost of Losing Dams Democrat Herald, 10/6/9 by Gary Hartman
Obama Plan Means Yet More Delays The News Tribune, 10/5/9 by Joan G. Harris
Food for Thought on Snake River Seattle Times, 9/30/9 by Dave Darlow
There's a Big Dam Difference The Oregonian, 10/3/9 by Rick Attig
Administration's Plan is Disappointing The News Tribune, 9/29/9 by James E. Wilcox
Salmon Doomed to Extinction The Columbian, 9/29/9 by Tony Meyer
Start on Dam Removal Now Spokesman Review, 9/21/9 by Joe Guarisco
Same Old Flawed Science Seattle Times, 9/21/9 by Mark Rutherford
Time to Apologize Seattle Times, 9/21/9 by Dan Drais
Contradiction in California Plan Seattle Times, 9/21/9 by Rob French
Breaking Inaugural Promises Seattle Times, 9/21/9 by Mark Rutherford
 
Obama Avoids a 'War on the West' Idaho Statesman, 9/20/9 by Rocky Barker
Don't Look to Obama to Broker Fish Fight BPA Watch, 9/20/9 by Marty Trillhaase
 
Lessons for Snake River Dams in the Klamath Basin Agreement The Seattle Times, 10/25/9 by Rebecca Wodder
Obama's Salmon Plan Just Repackages Bush's Failed Effort The Register-Guard, 10/17/9 by Glen Spain
Migrating Toward Consensus on Salmon The Seattle Times, 10/16/9 by Will Stelle
Columbia Basin: Salmon, Science and the Law The Oregonian, 10/15/9 by Scott Corwin
Another Flawed Plan to Protect Salmon The Oregonian, 10/9/9 by Ted Kulongoski
Come Back Salmon The Huffington Post, 10/1/9 by Carl Pope
Facing the Facts on the Future of NW Salmon The Oregonian, 9/28/9 by Robert Lackey
We Need to Both Help Salmon and Produce Cleaner Energy Register-Guard, 9/27/9 by Steve Weiss
Wide Support for Dam Removal The Spokesman-Review, 9/25/9 by Michael Garrity
Things Going Swimmingly for Fish The Columbian, 9/21/9 by Don Brunell
Salmon Blueprint Mindful of Montana The Missoulian, 9/21/9 Brig. Gen. William E. Rapp
Obama Decision Protects NW Salmon San Francisco Chronicle, 9/21/9 by Steve Wright
The Administration Joins the Majority on Salmon Plan Idaho Statesman, 9/20/9 by Terry Flores
Salmon Are In Trouble Now, and Breaching is Crucial Idaho Statesman, 9/20/9 by Greg Stahl
It's Time to Implement Plans That Will Benefit Salmon Idaho Statesman, 9/20/9 by McDonald & Wright
Flexibility, Contingencies Undergird NW Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 9/19/9 by Locke & Lubchenco
 
Obama Officials Make Right Call in Backing Bush Salmon Plan Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 10/23/9 by Editorial Board
Salmon Plan Deserves a Chance The Daily News, 10/12/9 by Editorial Board
Fed's Salmon Plan as Good as it Will Get The Columbian, 9/29/9 by Editorial Board
Obama Hooked Into Salmon Plight San Francisco Chronicle, 9/23/9 by Editorial Board
Obama Science Goes Schizophrenic on Salmon Restoration Crosscut, 9/23/9 by Daniel Jack Chasan
A Plan for Columbia River Salmon Recovery to Please a Critic Seattle Times, 9/21/9 by Editorial Board
Don't Wait for Transformation The Daily Astorian, 9/21/9 by Editorial Board
Habitat Plan Safeguards Dams as Well as Salmon The Spokesman-Review, 9/20/9 by Editorial Board
Latest Salmon Plan Flawed But NW's Best Bet Tri-City Herald, 9/20/9 by Editorial Board
Progress for Salmon The Columbian, 9/20/9 by Editorial Board
Not There on Salmon New York Times, 9/19/9 by Editorial Board
Salmon Plan Falls Short The Oregonian, 9/18/9 by Douglas Woycechowsky
Obama Did Little for Dam Breaching Advocates Idaho Statesman, 9/18/9 by Kevin Richert
Despite Doc's Anxiety, Snake River Dams Likely to Stay Yakima Herald, 9/18/9 by Editorial Board
Obama's Administration Revises the Bush Strategy The Register-Guard, 9/17/9 by Editorial Board
 
Prime Row Crops, Vineyards, Orchards, Trucks and Salmon The Oregonian, 9/16/9 by Staff
The Best Way to Restore Salmon is to Remove the Dams The Oregonian, 9/16/9 by Luddness
Watch Killer Whales Die Without King Salmon Discovery Channel, 9/16/9 by Jennifer Viegas
Costs Go On Despite Slump Democrat Herald, 9/15/9 by Editorial Board
A Dam Shame? Mother Nature Network, 9/16/9 by Staff
Make a Memory of the Red Fish: Take Your Children Idaho Mountain Express, 9/16/9 by Editorial Board
It's Time to Get Columbia Salmon Out of the Courtroom The Oregonian, 9/16/9 by Editorial Board
 
Energy or Salmon? Columbia Basin Herald, 9/17/9 by Editorial Board
Hastings says Dam Removal Alternative is Political The News Tribune, 9/17/9 by John Trumbo
Watch Congressmen Question NOAA Head on Snake Dam Removal The Oregonian, 9/16/9 by Matthew Preusch
Gregoire, Obama Administration Ink $40.5M Salmon Deal The Columbian, 9/16/9 by Erik Robinson
Washington State, Obama Sign Salmon Agreement Hydro Review, 9/17/9 by PennWell
 
Obama Admin. Orders Study on Removing Dams to Help Fish CNS News, 9/28/9 by Adam Brickley
Listen Columbia/Snake River Dam Plan and Obama Administration KUOW, 9/17/9 by Weekday
Listen Swift and Passionate Reaction to Obama Salmon/Dams Plan KPLU, 9/16/9 by Tom Banse
ListenSalmon Advocates Take Dim View of New 'Insurance Policy' Public News Service, 9/16/9 by Staff
Listen Latest Serving of the "Salmon Plan" Lands on Judge's Plate Public News Service, 9/16/9 by Deb Courson
Salmon Decision Gets Mixed, Predictable Reactions Idaho Stateman, 9/16/9 by Rocky Barker
Obama Administration Puts Forward Salmon Plan Oregon Public Broadcasting, 9/16/9 by Rob Manning
Northwest Salmon Become Priority for Obama Examiner, 9/16/9 by Barclay Charles
Breaching Dams Could Be 'Last Resort' Water World, 9/16/9 by Rocky Barker
Feds Push for Salmon Recovery The East Oregonian, 9/16/9 by Erin Mills
Feds Release Salmon Recovery Plan Idaho Mountain Express, 9/16/9 by Jon Duval
New Northwest Salmon Plan Modifies Bush Approach Los Angeles Times, 9/16/9 by Kim Murphy
Watch Obama Administration Pledges to Back Salmon Plan The Times-News, 9/15/9 by Nate Poppino
Obama Sticks with the Bush Approach on Columbia River Salmon Crosscut, 9/15/9 Daniel Jack Chasan
Obama Administration Unveils New Salmon Restoration Plan Hydro Review, 9/15/9 by PennWell
NW Salmon Recovery Plan May Include Breaching Dams Kansas City Star, 9/15/9 by Les Blumenthal
Obama Administration Wants More Salmon Protection Kansas City Star, 9/15/9 by William McCall
New Federal Plan for Fish-Dam Harmony The New York Times, 9/15/9 by Colin Miner
Obama Follows Bush on Salmon Recovery The New York Times, 9/15/9 by William Yardley
Obama Administration Backs Columbia Salmon and Dam Plan Idaho Statesman, 9/15/9 by Rocky Barker
Obama Speeds Effort to Save Salmon, Renews Dam-Removal Option The Oregonian, 9/15/9 by Matthew Preusch
The Obama Administration Reveals its Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 9/15/9 by Matthew Preusch
 
Will Obama Broach Dam Breaching? Idaho Statesman, 9/14/9 by Rocky Barker
Obama Administration To Present Salmon Plan This Week Oregon Public Broadcasting, 9/14/9 by Rob Manning
What is Obama's Plan for the NW's Imperiled Salmon? The Oregonian, 9/13/9 by Matthew Preusch
 
Collaborating for Salmon The Oregonian, 8/31/9 Scott Corwin & John Saven
Dam-Breaching Will Hurt Climate - and May Not Help Fish Idaho Statesman, 8/29/9 by Jo Elg and Will Hart
 
Salmon, Water, Energy Policies Should be Considered Together The News Tribune, 8/26/9 by Sara Patton
 
Sockeye Salmon Recovery Efforts are Working Ag Weekly, 9/9/9 by Norm Semanko
Why is Gordon Smith Weighing in on Dam Breaching? The Oregonian, 9/8/9 by Jeff Mapes
Common Ground can Preserve Green Energy, Salmon and Jobs The East Oregonian, 9/6/9 by Gordon Smith
Flores Hopes Fish Plan Sticks The Dalles Chronicle, 9/8/9 by Kathy Ursprung
Delvin Touts Nuclear Power Tri-City Herald, 8/25/9 by Michelle Dupler
Breaching Dams on Snake River is Foolish Idea Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 8/22/9 by Editorial Board
Snake River Dams: Don't Forget the Carbon The News Tribune, 8/21/9 by Editorial Board
Dam Removal Extremists on the March in NW and DC Othello Outlook, 8/19/9 by Rep. Doc Hastings
Doing Away With Dams San Francisco Chronicle, 8/16/9 by Editorial Board
Be Open to Tradeoffs If You Favor Green Power Tigard Times, 8/13/9 by Editorial Board
 
Trying to Replay the 1980's Salmon Crisis American Daily, 8/16/9 by Dennis T. Avery
 
Lewiston, Idaho Remains Against Breaching Dams KUOW, 9/3/9 by Doug Nadvornick
Crapo Tests Waters for Salmon Talks BPA Watch, 8/26/9 by Eric Barker
Wyden Speaks on Issues The Dalles Chronicle, 8/12/9 by Rodger Nichols
Hastings Vows to Protect Snake River Dams The News Tribune, 8/13/9 by Michelle Dupler
Representative Hastings Speaks Out on Proposed Legislation KNDO/KNDU, 8/12/9 by Staff
 
Plan to Sell Energy to Smelters Draws Ire of Franklin PUD Tri-City Herald, 8/1/9 by Drew Foster
 
Environmentalists Fret Over Obama Salmon Plan Delay Natural Resource Report, 8/20/9 by Staff
Environmentalists Riled Over Delay on Salmon Plan Idaho Statesman, 8/12/9 by Staff
Salmon Advocates Act on Fears Obama Admin. Ignoring Them Idaho Statesman, 8/12/9 by Rocky Barker
 
Obama Administration Granted More Time for Salmon Settlement Hydro Review, 8/12/9 by PennWell
Obama Administration Given More Time on Dam/Salmon Plan KGW, 8/11/9 by Associated Press
Obama Administration Given More Time on Dam/Salmon Plan BPA Watch, 8/10/9 by Staff
Obama Wants Time to make Pitch for Settlement on Salmon Idaho Statesman, 8/10/9 by Rocky Barker
 
Giving Snake River Salmon a Lift Los Angeles Times, 8/12/9 by Editorial Board
Oregon and its Allies Slam Obama's Handling of Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 8/11/9 by Matthew Preusch
Salmon Test BPA Watch, 8/11/9 by Editorial Board
Salmon: A Dam Shame Boston Globe, 8/10/9 by Editorial Board
Bust the Dams, Save the Salmon The Buffalo News, 8/10/9 by Editorial Board
Saga Over Endangered Fish has Plot of an Old Western Movie Idaho Statesman, 8/9/9 by Roger Phillips
Old West Melodrama on the Snake River Dams Tri-City Herald, 8/9/9 by Editorial Board
Dam Decision Poses Test for Obama Team The Oregonian, 8/8/9 by Charles Wilkinson
One Blogger's Unsolicited Salmon Advice for Obama Idaho Statesman, 8/7/9 by Kevin Richert
 
Administration Gets Plenty of Advice as it Assesses Salmon Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/7/9 by Staff
Save Salmon Now, say Ex-Northwest Governors Los Angeles Times, 8/5/9 by Kim Murphy
Ex-governors Urge White House to Address Salmon Runs The Oregonian, 8/4/9 by Matthew Preusch
3 Former NW Govs to Obama: Ditch Bush Salmon Plan Tri-City Herald, 8/4/9 by Associated Press
 
Feds Don't Protect Salmon, Group Says Courthouse News Service, 8/3/9 by Sonya Angelica Diehn
 
Prepare for Dam Removal The Register-Guard, 8/4/9 by Pratik Joshi
 
Dam McDermott Columbia Basin Herald, 8/25/9 by Editorial Board
Once Again, Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Study Dam Breaching U.S. Politics Today, 8/20/9 by Les Blumenthal
Bill Calls for Studying Impact of Lower Snake Dam Removal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/7/9 by Staff
Bill Authorizes Study of Dam Removal Idaho Mountain Express, 8/5/9 by Jason Kauffman
Bill Would Authorize Study of Dam Removal Idaho Mountain Express, 8/3/9 by Jason Kauffman
Rep. Jim McDermott Wants to Study Snake River Dam Removal The Seattle Times, 8/4/9 by Richard Wagoner
Bill Introduced for Snake River Dam Study Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/4/9 by Associated Press
Hastings to Fight McDermott Snake River Dam Bill KPVI, 8/4/9 by Associated Press
McDermott Calls for Review of Salmon Recovery The Spokesman-Review, 8/4/9 by Becky Kramer
Bill Opens Possibility of Lower Snake River Dam Removal The News Tribune, 8/1/9 by Pratik Joshi
 
Judge Rips Federal Agency's Salmon Recovery Plan The Oregonian, 12/10/7 by Michael Milstein
 
Removing Dams, Bringing Back Recreation The Seattle Times, 7/28/9 by Bob Triggs
Dam Closure Will Be a Win for Both Economy and Environment The Seattle Times, 7/28/9 by Brett Wedeking
Follow Example of Neighbors in Salmon Recovery The Seattle Times, 7/28/9 by K. Robert Johnson
A New Twist in Dam Removal on the Snake River The Seattle Times, 7/23/9 by Lance Dickie
Lewiston Business Owners want Role in Salmon Talks BPA Watch, 7/18/9 by Eric Barker
Dam It All Good Magazine, 7/23/9 by Chris Ladd
 
The Western Front PNW Inlander, 7/9 by Kevin Taylor
Science, Scientists and Salmon Farming Canada.com, 7/10/9 by Ray Grigg
 
LNG (the sequel) Ignites County Hearing The Daily Astorian, 7/12/9 by Cassandra Profita
 
CA Water Plan Could Help Puget Sound Orcas Survive The Bellingham Herald, 7/5/9 by Les Blumenthal
 
Deja Vu on the Columbia The Oregonian, 7/25/9 by Paul VanDevelder
Four Dams Not Worth the Trouble The News Tribune, 7/25/9 by Jim Wilcox
For Wild Fish, the Numbers are Not Good The News Tribune, 7/14/9 by Michael Garrity
Fish Counts Show Dam Removal is Not Needed The News Tribune, 7/12/9 by Ken Schlichte
Focus on Fixing Freshwater Habitats The Columbian, 7/11/9 by Kelley Brox
Dams Would Be Breached, Not Removed The News Tribune, 8/2/9 by Bart Madison
Dam Removal may Not be Necessary The News Tribune, 7/10/9 by Donald Proctor
The Forgotten Renewable Energy Outlook, 7/6/9 by Staff
Float Trip Down the Middle Fork Evokes the Dilemma of Dams Idaho Statesman, 7/6/9 by Rocky Barker
Saving the Columbia and Snake River Salmon Los Angeles Times, 7/6/9 by Paul VanDevelder
10 Years, 430 Dams New York Times, 7/3/9 by Editorial Board
The Northwest Salmon Debate The Oregonian, 7/2/9 by Greg Delwiche
Go Beyond Dams to Save Salmon High Country News, 7/2/9 by Greg Delwiche
King Redden? Wheat Life, 7/9 by WGC Review
 
Restore Snake River Habitat The Columbian, 7/17/9 by Bert Bowler
Ocean Tracking Project Garners Data on Salmon Survival Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/10/9 by Staff
Study that says Snake Dams Don't Stifle Fish Survival Knocked The Columbian, 7/6/9 by Erik Robinson
 
Myths and Facts about Lower Snake River Dam Removal Pamphlet, 6/9 Save Our Wild Salmon
 
Idaho's Waters of the West Program Indian Country Today, 6/22/9 by Jack McNeel
 
Tribes Take Issue with Hatchery Fish Study The Columbian, 6/28/9 by Phil Rigdon
 
House Eliminates Salmon Fund Othello Outlook, 6/26/9 by Staff
Murray Trying to Save Salmon Funds Tri-City Herald, 6/26/9 by John Trumbo
 
Beetles Threaten Idaho Economy, Minnick says Idaho Statesman, 6/16/9 by Staff and Wire
 
Has the Salmon Debate Changed? Idaho Statesman, 6/21/9 by Rocky Barker
 
Our Energy, Our Future The Peninsula Gateway, 6/17/9 by Jafar Taghavi
PUD Supports Keeping Our Hydroelectric Dams The Chronicle, 6/15/9 by David Muller
 
Idaho Officials Unhappy with Neighbor States BPA Watch, 6/13/9 by Eric Barker
 
Optimism Wanes as Judge Offers 'Guidance' over BiOp Changes NW Fishletter, 5/28/9 by Bill Rudolph
 
Battle Between Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation Mother Nature Network, 6/15/9 by Stephanie Rogers
Dams and Salmon New York Times, 6/15/9 by Steve Weiss
As Wind Power Grows, a Push to Tear Down Dams New York Times, 6/11/9 by Andrea Lutz
Washingtonians Send Mixed Signals on Clean Energy The Columbian, 6/1/9 by Don Brunell
Obama Administration Comes to Portland, Talks Salmon The Caddis Fly, 5/28/9 by KM
 
Dam Breaching Wrong Strategy Spokesman-Review, 6/18/9 by Kristina Bahr
Restore Salmon and Jobs Spokesman-Review, 6/17/9 by Roy Scott
Dams Led to Damages Spokesman-Review, 6/8/9 by Jim Tuck
The False Choice on Endangered Salmon The Oregonian, 6/5/9 by Liz Hamilton
Let's Stop Wasting Money and Start Saving Salmon Idaho Statesman, 5/31/9 by Tom McGrath
I'm Glad Obama is Taking a Look at Recovery Plan Idaho Statesman, 5/31/9 by James Ellsworth
We Don't Need to Rely on Hydroelectric Dams Idaho Statesman, 5/30/9 by Reed Burkholder
Semanko's Arguments Don't Hold Water Idaho Statesman, 5/29/9 by Nick Nicholson
Salmon Aren't Helped by Revival of Dam Debate Tri-City Herald, 5/29/9 by Editorial Board
 
Gregoire, Newhouse Take Ag Issues to D.C. Tri-City Herald, 6/16/9 by Editorial Board
Gregoire-led Delegation gets Cabinet-level Access The News Tribune, 6/6/9 by Les Blumenthal
Democrats are Overlooking Best Green Option: Nuclear Idaho Statesman, 5/31/9 by Rep. Mike Simpson
Judge Endangers Salmon, Dams Plan The Spokesman-Review, 5/29/9 Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
 
Obama Should Look to Risch and Crapo's Position on Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/14/9 by Chris Wood
Crapo Sees Broad Collaboration as Way to End Litigation Cycle Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/5/9 by Staff
Mike Crapo Steps Outside Larry Craig's Shadow BPA Watch, 6/5/9 by Marty Trillhaase
Crapo's Salmon Leadership Carries Political Risk Idaho Statesman, 6/4/9 by Kevin Richert
Idaho Leaves Snake River Flows Out of Talk of Collaboration Times-News, 6/3/9 by Nate Poppino
Finally, an Honest Broker Tells the Truth Idaho Statesman, 6/2/9 by Editorial Board
Senator Crapo Breaches the Dam Issue Idaho's Democrats, 6/2/9 by Blog
Idaho's Senators Seek Talks on Dams The Columbian, 6/1/9 by Erik Robinson
Crapo Offers Support for Salmon Recovery Idaho Mountain Express, 6/1/9 by Staff
Crapo: Breaching is on the Table BPA Watch, 5/30/9 by Eric Barker
Crapo: Be Open to Dam Breaching Idaho Statesman, 5/30/9 by Rocky Barker
Crapo: Dam Breaching Should be 'On Table' KIVI TV, 5/30/9 by Associated Press
Sen. Crapo: All Options Including Breaching Must Be On Table Idaho Statesman, 5/29/9 by Rocky Barker
 
Obama Officials Meet on Columbia Basin Biological Opinion Hydro Review, 6/15/9 by Staff
Obama Officials Get Crash Course in New Salmon Plan NW Fishletter, 5/28/9 by Bill Rudolph
Federal Leaders Listen to State and Tribal Concerns on Salmon Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/27/9 by Rob Manning
Lt. Gov. Little Urges Obama to Back Salmon Collaboration Idaho Statesman, 5/26/9 by Rocky Barker
Obama Officials Come to NW to Learn Salmon Issues Forbes, 5/26/9 by Jeff Barnard
Fresh Eyes, Fragile Deal on Columbia Salmon The Oregonian, 5/25/9 by Editorial Board
Here's How Change Looks in Portland, Boise BPA Watch, 5/24/9 by Marty Trillhaase
Obama Officials to Discuss Salmon in Portland The Oregonian, 5/22/9 by Matthew Preusch
Obama Brass Angle for Answers Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/22/9 by PI Blog
 
Obama Administration Restores Salmon Fund Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5/22/9 by Rob Manning
 
Save Fish, and Money, by Removing Dams The Oregonian, 5/27/9 by Finsforever
Removing Dams is Still the Best Answer Idaho Statesman, 5/26/9 by Bert Bowler
Free-Flowing Rivers Back in Vogue Inter Press Service, 5/26/9 by Matthew Berger
Take a Fresh Approach to Salmon Policy Wenatchee World, 5/25/9 by Reader Comments
Serious Consideration of All Recovery Options Seattle Times, 5/22/9 by Morgan True
Explore Dam Removal as a First Option Seattle Times, 5/22/9 by Miles Farrow-Johnson
Poll: Pacific Northwest Voters Support Hydro as Renewable Hydro Review, 5/13/9 by Staff
 
Judge Expresses Reservations about Columbia/Snake Plan KPAX, 6/8/9 by Andrea Lutz
Breaching Northwest Dams: Push Comes to Shove Crosscut, 5/29/9 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Judge: Maybe Dams Should Be Breached to Save Salmon All Headline News, 5/20/9 by Melvin Baker
Judge Rules Removal of Dams Must Be an Option Tri-City Herald, 5/20/9 by John Trumbo
Listen OR Locals Optimistic About Judge's Salmon Advice OR Public News Service, 5/20/9 by Deb Courson
Salmon-Recovery Plan Needs Work, Judge Says Seattle Times, 5/19/9 by Staff and News Service
Dam Breaching an Option to Protect Salmon, Judge Says Idaho Statesman, 5/19/9 by Staff
Salmon May Get Rescued by Removal of Snake River Dams Examiner.com, 5/19/9 by Jean Williams
If Salmon Can't Be Saved, Snake River Dams May Have to Go Los Angeles Times, 5/18/9 by Kim Murphy
Judge Redden says Keep Dam Breaching on the Table Idaho Statesman, 5/18/9 by Rocky Barker
Do More to Help Salmon, Judge Says The Oregonian, 5/18/9 by Associated Press
 
NW Governors: Study 'Pumped Storage' to Back Up Wind Power Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/5/9 by Staff
Ken Olsen Responds High Country News, 5/18/9 by Ken Olsen
Salmon Simplification High Country News, 5/18/9 by Gregory Delwiche
Salmon Salvation High Country News, 5/4/9 by Ken Olsen
 
Salmon and the Perpetual War Wenatchee World, 5/20/9 by Tracy Warner
Salmon Facing Extinction, will Pols Continue "treading water"? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/20/9 by Joel Connelly
Questioning Sacred Conservation Myths Othello Outlook, 5/15/9 by Jim Pearson
Restoring the River of Life Mother Nature Network, 5/14/9 by Ken Olsen
 
Murray Kill Risch's Salmon Efforts, At Least for Now Idaho Statesman, 5/6/9 by Rocky Barker
Why Northwest Salmon are Smiling Crosscut, 5/4/9 by Daniel Jack Chasan
Obama Administration Reviewing Salmon Plan Forbes, 5/1/9 by Matthew Daly
 
Salmon Hatchery Reform Seattle Times, 5/3/9 by Andrew Marks
Reform Should Help Recovery of Wild Populations Seattle Times, 4/27/9 by Frank Urabeck
Investigation Findings are Tool, Not Rule Seattle Times, 4/27/9 by N. Kathryn Brigham
Scientists Light the Way on Columbia River Hatchery Reform Seattle Times, 4/23/9 by Jim Waldo
 
Tribes Protest Nontribal Fishing of Spring Chinook Fort Mill Times, 5/3/9 by Staff
Tribes May Head to Court Over Salmon The Oregonian, 4/30/9 by Bill Monroe
 
Legal Wrangling Doesn't Help Fish, or Utility Ratepayers The Columbian, 5/4/9 by Don Brunell
All We Do Now to Save Salmon Could Mean Nothing Idaho Statesman, 5/3/9 by Rocky Barker
Tough Choices: Salmon, Nukes, and Taxes Blue Oregon, 4/21/9 by Jeff Alworth
Return of Wild Adult Fish Increasing The Columbian, 4/22/9 by Greg Delwiche
Monitoring Data Show Success The Columbian, 4/17/9 by Val Alexander
 
WA Closer to Recognizing Hydropower as Renewable KNDO / KNDU, 4/20/9 by Allison Cordova
Poll Looks at Public Attitudes About PNW Hydro System Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/10/9 by Staff
 
Groups Want Snake River Dam Removal on Obama's Table The Oregonian, 4/27/9 by Staff
Obama: Good News for Columbia River Salmon Crosscut, 4/23/9 Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Analysis: Judge Alarmed Over Extinction Clock NW Fishletter, 4/16/9 by Bill Rudolph
 
Columbia Basin (Political) Science High Country News, 4/13/9 by Steve Hawley
 
Report: Judge Wants Dam Removal as an Option for Salmon The Oregonian, 4/17/9 by Matthew Preusch
 
Jane Lubchenco at NOAA, Says the President Values Science The Oregonian, 4/17/9 by Matthew Preusch
Dr. Lubchenco and the Salmon New York Times, 4/10/9 by Editorial Board
Pioneering Ecologist to Head NOAA Los Angeles Times, 4/10/9 by Kenneth Weiss
 
PR Masquerading as Science Won't Help Environmentalists Idaho Statesman, 4/19/9 by Norm Semanko
Conservationist Push For Dam Breaching KIVI-TV, 4/19/9 by Shane Johnson
Snake River Hits Endangered List KEPR TV, 4/17/9 by Holly Zuluaga
Activists Press the Reset on Breaching Debate Idaho Statesman, 4/9/9 by Kevin Richert
Lower Snake 3rd Most Endangered River Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/7/9 by Nicholas Geranios
Lower Snake River Deemed 'Endangered' Idaho Mountain Express, 4/7/9 by Jason Kauffman
 
Teach Your Children Well Wheat Life, 3/9 by Scott Yates
 
Helping Salmon Downstream, Emotional KMVT, 3/26/9 by Staff
 
Five Questions with Liz Hamilton, NW Sportfishing Industry The Oregonian, 3/11/9 by Laura Gunderson
 
Remove Dams for Salmon The Oregonian, 4/11/9 by Amanda Preacher
Shared Solution on Salmon The Oregonian, 4/11/9 by Amanda Preacher
A Workable Salmon Policy for the Northwest The Oregonian, 4/4/9 by Cecil D. Andrus
Who's In Charge? The Daily Astorian, 3/27/9 by David Bean
2017 is Just Around the Corner High Country News, 3/23/9 Paul VanDevelder
Obama Should Name a King Fish The Daily Astorian, 3/16/9 by Editorial Board
Helping Salmon Downstream, Emotional KMVT, 2/26/9 by Staff
 
Idaho, Utility Agree to Settle Swan Falls Lawsuit Idaho Statesman, 3/26/9 by Miller & Dvorak
 
Hastings Wary of Snake River Salmon PAC Tri-City Herald, 3/20/9 by Staff
Public Action Committee Works to Save Fish Tri-City Herald, 3/18/9 by Staff
Snake Photos Reveal pre-Dam Glory Spokesman Review, 3/9/9 by Becky Kramer
 
OR Interests Eager to Collect Funds from New Spending Law The Oregonian, 3/11/9 by Charles Pope
 
Deadline for Salmon - and Government High Country News, 3/29/9 by Paul VanDevelder
Pretty Good BiOp, Says The Judge NW Fishletter, 3/24/9 by Bill Rudolph
Salmon Judge's Message is 'Solve this Yourselves' Idaho Statesman, 3/11/9 by Editorial Board
Federal Judge Weighs In On Salmon Conservation Red Orbit, 3/9/9 by Staff
Judge Makes One More Plea for Compromise on Salmon, Dams Idaho Statesman, 3/7/9 by Rocky Barker
Judge says Columbia Salmon Recovery Plan is 'Very Close' The Oregonian, 3/6/9 by Andre Meunier
NW Salmon Dam Dispute Returns to Court The Seattle Times, 3/6/9 by Mary Hudetz
Federal Judge Faults Plan in NW Salmon Dispute Forbes, 3/6/9 by Mary Hudetz
Salmon Foes Back In Court Friday OPB News, 3/6/9 by Rob Manning
Liveblogging the Legal Fight Over Salmon's Future The Oregonian, 3/6/9 by Matthew Preusch
Salmon Recovery Plan Before U.S. Judge The Oregonian, 3/5/9 by Matthew Preusch
 
Dear Judge Redden, This Newspaper Is For You The Oregonian, 3/6/9 by Jeff Mapes
A Step Forward for Columbia River Salmon The Oregonian, 3/6/9 by Walden & DeFazio
A Strong New Current Behind Columbia Salmon The Oregonian, 3/5/9 by Editorial Board
 
Salmon Judge Sets Stage for Settlement Idaho Statesman, 2/23/9 by Rocky Barker
Columbia Salmon Plan Goes Before Judge for Third Try The Seattle Times, 2/10/9 by Warren Cornwall
Federal Salmon Strategy Needs 'Immediate Change' The Oregonian, 2/13/9 by Matthew Preusch
 
Locke a Fishy Choice for Commerce Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/23/9 by Joel Connelly
 
Tribes Influence Columbia River Management Plan Reznet News, 2/12/9 by Associated Press
NW Council Approves Columbia River Management Plan The Seattle Times, 2/10/9 by Staff
 
Lohn Resigns As Regional NOAA Fisheries Administrator NW Fishletter, 2/9/9 by Bill Rudolph
 
Salmon are Losers in Squabble Between Washington, Oregon The Olympian, 2/6/9 by Chester Allen
Humane Society asks Ninth Circuit to Block Sea Lion Removal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/6/9 by Staff
 
Washington Century: Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/21/9 by Editorial Board
The Biggest Threats to Salmon Aren't Dams Idaho Statesman, 2/21/9 by Terry Flores
Obama 'Best Hope' for Salmon The Times Colonist, 2/4/9 by Gordon Hamilton
Salmon Advocates Appeal for Help Idaho Mountain Express, 2/5/9 by Staff
Salmon Need Help from New Administration Idaho Statesman, 2/4/9 by Editorial Board
Former Fisheries Chiefs Urge Obama Appoint Salmon Czar Idaho Statesman, 2/3/9 by Rocky Barker
Risch Asks Gore: How Long do We Got? Idaho Statesman, 2/2/9 by Rocky Barker
 
Politics of the Plate: Swimming Upstream Gourmet Magazine, 2/4/9 by Barry Estabrook
Time is Right to Find a Way to Help Fish and the Economy Idaho Statesman, 1/17/9 by Greg Stahl
There May Be Better Days Ahead for Salmon Runs Idaho Statesman, 1/3/9 by Roger Phillips
Our Energy Future: What is Noble Enough? The Oregonian, 1/1/9 by Edward Finklea
Damned Disgrace Seattle Magazine, 1/9 by Nick Horton
 
Judge Won't Hear Plea for Columbia River Salmon Passage Tri-City Herald, 1/10/9 by John Trumbo
Redden Rejects Plaintiffs Wheat Life, 10/8 by Wheat Review
 

2008

Some Push for New Talks on Columbia River Treaty The Spokesman-Review, 3/29/9 by Becky Kramer
Columbia Treaty may Affect Hydropower Future KTVZ, 12/21/8 by Associated Press
 
BiOp Release Paves Way to Recovery BPA Journal, 6/8 by Staff
 
Smithsonian Features Tribe's Salmon-Recovery Efforts The Seattle Times, 12/23/8 by Les Blumenthal
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Join Fish Efforts BPA Journal, 12/8 by Staff
Tribes Look to Action Through Agreements Wheat Life, 12/8 by Staff
 
Outgoing NPCC Councilman Talks Straight on Salmon Wheat Life, 5/8 by Staff
 
Former Sen. Larry Craig Dropping Further Appeals Idaho Statesman, 1/8/9 by Steve Karnowski
Lubchenco Will Helm NOAA Washington Post, 12/18/8 by Juliet Eilperin
Interior Nominee has Broad Support Idaho Statesman, 12/18/8 by Rocky Barker
President Elect Obama Makes Choice for Energy Secretary KNDO/KNDU, 12/11/8 by Staff
Hastings Named Top Republican on Resources Committee Miami Herald, 12/11/8 by Staff
Rep. John Dingell's Legacy for Northwest Fish Seattle Times, 11/28/8 by Bob Royer
Waxman Unseats Dingell as House Energy Committee Chair Christian Science Monitor, 11/20/8 by Eoin O'Carroll
 
Dam Critics Press to Replace BPA's Administrator Idaho Statesman, 12/29/8 by Rocky Barker
Dams, Wind, Power and Politics The Oregonian, 12/11/8 by Editorial Board
Blumenauer Sees Change in BPA Leadership The Oregonian, 12/6/8 by Ted Sickinger
5 Questions: Wind at Back, BPA Chief Looks Ahead The Oregonian, 12/7/8 by Ted Sickinger
 
Groups Sue Over Lake Drawdown Wenatchee World, 12/2/8 by K.C. Mehaffey
Environmentalists Sue to Block Drawdowns Capital Press, 12/1/8 by Gene Johnson
 
Grower Passionate to Save Agriculture Capital Press, 12/18/8 by Patricia McCoy
 
Salmon Advocates Propose Dam Spills, Higher Flows Times-News, 11/27/8 by Nate Poppino
Salmon Advocates, Oregon Seek More Water Over Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/26/8 by Jeff Barnard
 
Judges Hear Cases on Hatchery v. Wild Salmon Capital Press, 10/30/8 by Gene Johnson
 
Salmon Recovery Comes of Age Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/12/8 by Jeffrey P. Koenings
Head of Wash. Fish and Wildlife Resigns Capital Press, 12/4/8 by Associated Press
State Fish and Wildlife Director Resigns Times-News, 12/1/8 by Associated Press
Koenings Resigns as Fish and Wildlife Agency Director The Columbian, 12/1/8 by Allen Thomas
 
Science and Opportunity for Columbia/Snake Salmon Bellingham Herald, 12/18/8 Jeremy Brown & Pat Ford
Study on Salmon Survival is Moving in the Right Direction Idaho Statesman, 12/10/8 by Terry Flores
New Science may Change Tactics to Save Salmon The Bellingham Herald, 12/7/8 by Editorial Board
Is Salmon Research Emotionally or Scientifically Motivated KMVT, 12/5/8 by Jay Michales
Klamath Dam-Removal Pact Bodes Well for Snake Salt Lake Tribune, 11/28/8 by John H. Weis
 
BiOp Challengers File Brief Detailing Alleged Deficiencies Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/8 by Staff
 
Salmon Won't be a Player in Bush's Latest ESA Rule Change BPA Watch, 12/12/8 by Eric Barker
Bush Takes Parting Shot at Endangered Species Law Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/11/8 by Joel Connelly
Dems Look to Stop Endangered Species Rule Changes The Tribune, 11/19/8 by Dina Cappiello
 
Letter: Bradwood to Enhance Salmon The Daily Astorian, 11/21/8 by Gary Coppedge
Should We Trash Salmon for LNG? The Daily Astorian, 11/4/8 by Editorial Board
 
No Agreement on Spring Chinook Allocation Seattle Times, 12/15/8 by Staff
Salmon Plan Puts Hook in Fishery The Daily Astorian, 11/21/8 by Cassandra Profita
Moving Toward Resolution on Columbia River Chinook The Vancouver Columbian, 11/22/8 by Allen Thomas
Commercial Fishermen Not Happy with Proposed Allocations Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/8 by Staff
Lawsuit may Force Another Look at Fish Harvests Tri-City Herald, 11/17/8 Ron Reimann & Olsen
 
Shoshone-Bannock and Feds Sign $61 Million Fish Restoration Columbian Basin Bulletin, 11/14/8 by Staff
Appeals Court Calls Challenge Moot Due to Tardiness Columbian Basin Bulletin, 11/14/8 by Staff
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Sign Fish Pact With BPA OPB News, 9/19/8 by Tom Banse
 
Thorson is New Regional Director for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Columbian Basin Bulletin, 11/14/8 by Staff
 
The Next Phase of the Salmon Debate Begins with Hope Idaho Statesman, 11/23/8 by Editorial Board
Prioritize Natural Resources Policy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/21/8 by Dan Ritzman
A New Environmental Gestalt in NW Delegation? The Oregonian, 11/17/8 by Jeff Mapes
Kempthorne Leaves a Lesson for Obama on the West Idaho Statesman, 11/17/8 by Rocky Barker
Save the Salmon by Removing Dams Statesman Journal, 11/17/8 by Jennifer Siler
Henry Miller Nails It Statesman Journal, 11/14/8 by Devin Dinihanian
Obama is Not a Dam Breacher Wenatchee World, 11/14/8 by Tracy Warner
The New Landlord The American Spectator, 11/14/8 by Bill Croke
Election Could Alter Salmon Debate Idaho Statesman, 11/14/8 by Rocky Barker
Election Sets Stage for Regional Forum on Salmon and Dams Idaho Statesman, 11/11/8 by Rocky Barker
Balanced Approach Vital for Merkley The Oregonian, 11/6/8 by Editorial Board
Science, Curiosity and the 2008 Vote Statesman Journal, 11/6/8 by Henry Miller
Idaho Elects Democrat Minnick to Congress The Oregonian, 11/5/8 by Associated Press
Sali and Minnick Clash Over Stance on Salmon and Dams Idaho Statesman, 10/17/8 by Rocky Barker
Dam Breaching an Issue in Oregon Senate Race Idaho Statesman, 9/30/8 by Rocky Barker
 
Salmon Science is Not About Sound Bites The Oregonian, 10/2/8 by Jim Martin
Salmon Study Yields Surprise Result Capital Press, 10/30/8 by Jeff Barnard
Readers Discuss POST article The Oregonian, 10/29/8 by Reader Discussion
Salmon: No Dam Difference? The Oregonian, 10/29/8 by Editorial Board
Track the Salmon in California Contra Costa Times, 10/29/8 by Editorial Board
New Study Finds Fish Do as Well on Dammed Rivers Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 10/29/8 by Editorial Board
Dams Appear to Have No Impact on Salmon Discovery News, 10/29/8 by Michael Reilly
Salmon Smolt Survival Similar in Columbia and Fraser Eureka Alert, 10/27/8 by Mark Floyd
Salmon Study Under Fire for Minimizing Effect of Dams Seattle Times, 10/27/8 by Warren Cornwall
Research Hints Dam Improvements Helping Salmon The Oregonian, 10/27/8 by Michael Milstein
 
Irrigators Link Hydro BiOp with Mainstem Harvest BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/24/8 by Staff
 
Water Under the Bridge: 10.15.08 The Daily Astorian, 10/15/8 by Staff
 
Gregoire: Q&A About the Environment Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/15/8 by Seattle P-I research
Protecting Rivers Only Makes Sense Register Guard, 9/12/8 by Glen Spain
We All Deserve Better Analysis of Pesticides Capital Press, 9/29/8 by Editorial Board
Biological Opinion Doesn't Help Environment Capital Press, 9/22/8 by Jay Vroom
 
Another Chance Emerges for Salmon High Country News, 10/17/8 by Pat Ford
Follow Science on Salmon Plan Register Guard, 10/15/8 by Glen Spain
Doc Hastings Speaks on Importance of Hydro-Power KLEW, 10/10/8 by Staff
Fish Biologist Paints Different Salmon View The Dalles Chronicle, 9/29/8 by Kathy Gray
Dam Good Science Columbia Basin Herald, 9/18/8 by Editorial Board
 
Judges Hear Cases on Hatchery v. Wild Salmon Seattle Times, 10/20/8 by Gene Johnson
 
Judge's Action on Salmon Case Show Need to Find New Judge Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 9/25/8 by Editorial Board
 
Species Claims Grist Magazine, 10/30/8 by Kate Sheppard
Congressional Candidates Sound Off on Ag Issues Capital Press, 10/23/8 by Matthew Weaver
Scary Salmon Rhetoric Idaho Statesman, 10/23/8 by Kevin Richert
The Race for the First Congressional District is Heating Up Boise 2 News, 10/19/8 by Callie Zanandrie
Sali, Minnick Spar Over Snake River Dam Breaching The Olympian, 10/18/8 by John Miller
Snake River Dams Enter Political Picture The Seattle Times, 9/1/8 by Nicholas Geranios
Dam Politics Rocky Mountain News, 8/27/8 by Nicholas Geranios
 
Nez Perce Recalls Salmon's Centrality to His People The Gresham Outlook, 9/30/8 by Rob Cullivan
Nez Perce Tribe Opts Out of Salmon Talks The Oregonian, 8/22/8 by Associated Press
 
Addition of Idaho Tribes Benefits Salmon Accord Tri-City Herald, 9/26/8 by Staff
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes to Sign Pact on Restoring Fish Capital Press, 9/25/8 by Dave Wilkins
Sho-Bans Back Off Breaching; Nez Perce Hold Firm Idaho Statesman, 9/22/8 by Kevin Richert
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes join Columbia River Accord Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/20/8 by Rebecca Boone
Groups Aim to Spend Money on Fish, Not Court Tri-City Herald, 9/26/8 by John Trumbo
More Divide-and-Conquer Salmon Politics Idaho Statesman, 9/19/8 by Kevin Richert
 
Is This Salmon Recovery? Idaho Mountain Express, 9/10/8 by Jason Kauffman
Otter Marks Sockeye Return Capital Press, 9/5/8 by Associated Press
Photo- Op Environmentalism Idaho Mountain Express, 9/5/8 by Editorial Board
Fish Tales Boise Weekly, 9/10/8 by Deanna Darr
 
Lone Ratepayer Challenges BPA Fish Accords NW Fishletter, 9/25/8 by Ben Tansey
 
Obama Opposes Endangered Species Rule Change Capital Press, 8/15/8 by Dina Cappiello
 
Power, Profits and the Future of the Columbia River Counter Punch, 8/23/8 by Jeffrey St. Clair
 
A Push for Cleaner Rivers, Less Risk to Those Who Eat Fish The Oregonian, 8/21/8 by Scott Learn
Pesticide Damage Can't Be Ignored The Daily Astorian, 8/19/8 by Editorial Board
 
Proposed Reform to ESA Gets Cool Response Idaho Statesman, 8/17/8 by Rocky Barker
Flint Seeks Re-election to PUD Columbia Basin Herald, 8/15/8 by Candice Boutilier
Crapo Honors Nez Perce Elder Horace Axtell KLEW TV, 8/14/8 by Matt Loveless
 
Judge Denies Independent Salmon Plan Review Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/21/8 by Joseph Frazier
Judge to Consider Use of Independent Scientists KTVZ, 8/1/8 by Associated Press
 
Salmon: The Next Buffalo? Terrace Standard, 7/29/8 by Robert Hart
Enduring Village The Dalles Chronicle, 7/27/8 by Cory Eldridge
 
Plan Offers No Hope BPA Watch, 8/17/8 by Liz Hamilton
Thank Mother Nature and Courts for Better Sockeye Run BPA Watch, 8/17/8 by Bill Sedivy
F&G Management Plans Helping in the Sockeye Recovery Idaho Statesman, 8/12/8 by Cal Groen
Don't Equate Strong Sockeye Return with Recovery Idaho Statesman, 8/10/8 by Rocky Barker
Sockeye Get Past Their Dam Problem Tri-City Herald, 8/7/8 by Editorial Board
Statesman Recycles Breaching Argument Idaho Statesman, 7/30/8 by Terry Flores
Act Now, Before Salmon Run Out of 'Good' Years Idaho Statesman, 7/30/8 by Cathy Nuxoll
Preservation is Our Duty Idaho Statesman, 7/30/8 by Jessica Holme
Suffering Sockeye The Seattle Times, 7/30/8 by Liz Hamilton
Other Factors Aid Sockeye The Oregonian, 7/28/8 by Liz Hamilton
Summertime, and the Fishing is Perplexing The Seattle Times, 7/27/8 by James F. Vesely
Good Salmon News is Worth Celebrating Idaho Statesman, 7/26/8 by Roger Phillips
Sockeye Deserve Our Best Fight Idaho Statesman, 7/22/8 by Editorial Board
Sockeye Recovery is Still Nowhere Close Idaho Statesman, 7/20/8 by Amanda Peacher
 
Early Fshing Closures Waste Thousands of Fish Idaho Statesman, 7/30/8 by Jerry Gillette
 
It Doesn't Take a Billion Dollars to be Sensible Capital Press, 8/1/8 by Stewart Truelsen
Imported Energy Drains Economy Capital Press, 7/25/8 by Pat McCoy
 
Oregon says Plan for Dams Lacks Salmon Protection Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/22/8 by Associated Press
Myers Sues Feds Over Oregon Dams Legal Newsline, 7/22/8 by Chris Rizo
Russell Brooks, Dead at 41 Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/28/7 by Robert McClure
 
Governor Scolds FERC for "Fatally Flawed" Analysis The Daily Astorian, 7/11/8 by Cassandra Profita
Kulongoski Urges Federal Regulators to Do New LNG Study The Oregonian, 7/12/8 by Ted Sickinger
 
Feds Say No to Aid for Salmon Fishermen Seattle Times, 7/11/8 by Staff
No One's Happy with Columbia Salmon Sharing The Columbian, 7/3/8 by Allen Thomas
Advocacy Group Sets Sights on Regional Fishing Policy The Oregonian, 6/29/8 by Bill Monroe
 
Oregon's Salmon and Timber Resources Deserve Attention Statesman Journal, 7/10/8 by Sen. Fred Girod
 
Salmon on the Columbia: See You in Court Crosscut, 7/7/8 by Daniel Jack Chasan
 
Groups Seek to Join Swan Falls Suit Ag Weekly, 7/3/8 by Nate Poppino
 
The Sockeye and Good News Wenatchee World, 7/8/8 by Tracy Warner
Fish Fuss Focuses on Fallacies Coeur d'Alene Press, 7/3/8 by Witt Anderson
Living in Confusing Times Keizer Times, 7/3/8 by G. I. Wilson
West Coast Salmon Crisis The Willits News, 7/3/8 by Gary Roussan
 
We Shouldn't Give Up on ESA or Any Species in Jeopardy Idaho Statesman, 7/9/8 by Dr. Jean Brennan
Wildlife Experts are Resigned to Extinction of Some Species Bellingham Herald, 6/30/8 by Rocky Barker
 
Hearing Highlights Importance of Hydroelectric Dams Capital Press, 6/24/8 Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Experts Debate Role of Hydropower in the Northwest Capital Press, 6/17/8 by Associated Press
 
Water on Their Minds Times-News, 6/17/8 by Nate Poppino
Fish Recovery Plans Under Scrutiny Ag Weekly, 6/19/8 by Cindy Snyder
Still Caught in the Salmon Cycle Wenatchee World, 6/19/8 by Tracy Warner
 
Giant Salmon Swims Up Capitol Hill To Protest Plan Oregon Public Broadcasting, 6/17/8 by Staff
2-ton Salmon to Beach on Capitol Hill The Oregonian, 6/16/8 by Charles Pope
 
Play It Again, Salmon Grist Magazine, 6/17/8 by Staff
Groups File Against 2008 Salmon Biological Opinion Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/20/8 by CBB Staff
Salmon: Right this Time? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/18/8 by Editorial Board
Newest Dam Plan Brings Court Challenge Wenatchee World, 6/18/8 by News Services
Federal Plan to Balance Salmon and Dams is Challenged Seattle Times, 6/18/8 by Associated Press
Groups to File Suit Over Latest Salmon Plan The Columbian, 6/17/8 by Erik Robinson
 
Protect Wild-salmon Strongholds The Seattle Times, 6/13/8 Ruckelshaus & Kitzhaber
Experts Debate Role of Hydropower in the Northwest Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/12/8 by Associated Press
Thinking Long Term on Salmon Recovery The Oregonian, 6/6/8 by Martin Goebel
Dams are Vital to Lewiston Area The Spokesman-Review, 6/5/8 by Keith Havens
Sali: Proposals to Breach Dams Politicizes Science Capital Press, 5/23/8 by Pat McCoy
 
Get Used to the New, Orwellian World Wheat Life, 12/7 by Robert Stokes
Good News for a Change Wheat Life, 10/7 by Robert Stokes
 
New US-Canada Salmon Agreement Proposed Intl. Herald Tribune, 5/23/8 by Associated Press
Proposed Treaty Change would Allow More Chinook to Return Seattle Times, 5/22/8 by Warren Cornwall
 
Stop this Atrocity Daily Astorian, 5/30/8 by LaVerne Payne
Good Work for Salmon at Sea Wenatchee World, 5/28/8 by Tracy Warner
A Workable Fix to Save Salmon Seattle Times, 5/26/8 by Editorial Board
Putting the Fate of Salmon First The News Tribune, 5/25/8 by Editorial Board
Historic Salmon Deal Really More of the Same Yakima Herald-Republic, 5/25/8 by Mike Barenti
Two Experts Make the Case for Acting Now to Bolster Salmon The Oregonian, 5/18/8 by Bill Monroe
How Not to Save Salmon High Country News, 5/12/8 by Ted Williams
 
Former Greenpeace Head Touts Nuclear Power Wenatchee World, 6/5/8 by Christine Pratt
 
Corps' NW Division & Portland District Get New Commanders Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/6/8 by Staff
New Division Chief for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers The Oregonian, 5/28/8 by Jonathan Brinckman
Local Corps of Engineers to get New Commander Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/27/8 by Staff
 
House Dems Blast NMFS over West Coast Fisheries Collapse Environment & Energy Daily, 5/16/8 by Patrick Reis
 
Bumbling with Salmon The Oregonian, 5/19/8 by Brady Bennon
Lower Snake Dams Block Fish, Progress Spokesman-Review, 5/18/8 by Dustin W. Aherin
What the ESA Really Costs Americans Capital Press, 4/25/8 by M. David Stirling
Salmon Win in this Dam Legal Battle Capital Press, 4/25/8 by Editorial Board
 
Men Cited In Fish Scam Fox 12 News, 5/6/8 by Staff
Pikeminnow Probe Nets The Dalles Men The Dalles Chronicle, 5/6/8 by Staff
Ore. Men Accused of Holding Fish without Permit The Oregonian, 5/5/8 by Associated Press
 
Sea Lion Cages Were Outside Bonneville Dam Surveillance The Oregonian, 5/9/8 by Michael Milstein
Columbia River Sea Lion Death Probe Not Pointing at Poison Seattle Times, 5/8/8 by Joseph Frazier
Officials Now Say Sea Lions Weren't Shot to Death in Oregon Seattle Times, 5/7/8 by Joseph Frazier
Sea Lions' Killers Used Boat, Opened Cages, Authorities Say Seattle Times, 5/6/8 by Tim Fought
 
NOAA's Latest NW Plan Battles Against Current of Criticism Land Letter, 5/8/8 by Colleen Luccioli
Latest Plan to Save Salmon Should be Given Chance to Work Union Bulletin, 5/10/8 by Editorial Board
A New Federal Plan, the Same Old Failure The Oregonian, 5/6/8 by Ted Kulongoski
Latest Salmon Recovery Plan a Sinker High Country News, 5/7/8 by Rebecca Clarren
 
Salmon Advocates Call Plan a Step Backward Capital Press, 5/10/8 by Jeff Barnard
New Dam Plan Helps Montana Daily Inter Lake, 5/7/8 by Jim Mann
NW Recovery Plan Sets Salmon Survival Standards KUOW NPR, 5/6/8 by Tom Banse
Bush Issues Final Plan to Deal with Endangered Salmon Fox 12 News, 5/6/8 by Staff
Feds' Latest Plan Leaves Dam Operations Largely Intact The Oregonian, 5/6/8 by Scott Learn
New Plans Would Make Dams Safe For Endangered Salmon All Headline News, 5/6/8 by Nidhi Sharma
Agencies Issue Plan to Run Columbia Dams, Preserve Salmon The Oregonian, 5/5/8 by Jeff Barnard
 
Narrowing the Field: Risch, LaRocco Deserve Nominations Idaho Statesman, 5/18/8 by Editorial Board
Endorsement: A Pro-breaching Congressional Candidate Idaho Statesman, 5/5/8 by Kevin Richert
 
BPA, Tribal Groups Reach Agreement on Fish The Chronicle, 5/7/8 by Staff
Tribes, U.S. Sign Deal on NW Dams The Oregonian, 5/3/8 by Scott Learn
 
Wind, Wine, Water Knute Berger, 4/30/8 by PNW Inlander
 
Sea Lions Are Not to Blame for Decline in Salmon Runs Statesman Journal, 5/3/8 by Donna Wolfe
Connect the Dots to Save Orcas, Salmon The Seattle Times, 5/2/8 by Fletcher & Garrett
Strike a Fair Balance The Daily News, 5/1/8 by Patricia Hendrickson
Time to Act The Daily News, 5/1/8 by Ken Spring
 
Something fishy on the Square The Daily Page, 5/14/8 by Kristian Knutsen
Species Survival News Review, 4/24/8 by Robert Speer
 
Salmon Decline is a Wake-up Call Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/28/8 by Doug Howell
Pointing Fingers Won't Save Any Fish The Oregonian, 4/23/8 by Steve Fick
The Salmon Problem New York Times, 4/22/8 by Terry Flores
Dams Aren't Dreadful The Columbian, 4/21/8 by Bob Voller
Real Issues for Salmon The Daily Astorian, 4/18/8 by Tim Weaver
So Much Talk About So Few Fish Crosscut, 4/15/8 by Kim McDonald
Salmon Stock Collapse: Are We Next? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/8/8 by Lisa Stiffler
Healthy River, Ample Fish The Daily Astorian, 4/10/8 by Editorial Board
 
Gas Prices and the Presidential Candidates The Oregonian, 4/18/8 by Jeff Mapes
Candidates Not Ready to Take Sides on Salmon, Dams Idaho Statesman, 4/15/8 by Rocky Barker
 
Author Makes Kayak Journey from Idaho to the Pacific Bellingham Herald, 4/18/8 by Rich Landers
 
Judge Rules Against Idaho Power over Snake River Water Fort Mill Times, 4/18/8 by Staff
 
Montana Settles Salmon Suit with Feds Missoulian, 4/11/8 by Staff
Idaho Announces Long-Term Agreement With BPA Local News 8, 4/9/8 by Staff
 
Bushies Not Wild About Wild Salmon Gristmill, 4/22/8 by Joseph Bogaard
Salmon Numbers Wane as Dollar Numbers Grow BPA Watch, 4/12/8 by Jim Fisher
Environmentalists: Agreements Won't Save Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 4/11/8 by Jason Kauffman
Money Won't Save the Fish The Oregonian, 4/10/8 by Steve Allen
Feds' Plans Won't Help Save Idaho's Struggling Salmon Idaho Statesman, 4/10/8 by Editorial Board
Proposed Deal in Lawsuit Best for Salmon Recovery Tri-City Herald, 4/8/8 by Editorial Board
 
Tribes, Feds Sign Off on Columbia River Pact The Daily News, 5/2/8 by Shannon Dininny
Tribes Make a Controversial Deal on Salmon High Country News, 4/21/8 by Rocky Barker
Fish Restoration Plan OK'd by Tribes, Feds Daily Record, 4/21/8 by Staff
BPA Buys Tribes' Support For New BiOp NW Fishletter, 4/11/8 by Bill Rudolph
Deal on Dams, Salmon Signed Capital Press, 4/11/8 by Mitch Lies
Deal with Tribes Could Raise Rates Up to 4%, Bonneville says The Oregonian, 4/10/8 by Scott Learn
New Salmon Deal Mostly Helps Fish Downstream of Idaho Idaho Statesman, 4/9/8 by Rocky Barker
NW Salmon Deal Includes Just $540 Million for New Projects Post-Intelligencer, 4/9/8 by Matthew Daly
The $900 Million Salmon Deal The Oregonian, 4/9/8 by Staff
Salmon Recovery: Working in Unison Seattle Times, 4/9/8 by Editorial Board
Dam Breaching Or Not, Fish Recovery Will be Pricey The News Tribune, 4/9/8 by Editorial Board
Deal Gives Money to Tribes to Drop Role in Fish Lawsuits New York Times, 4/8/8 by William Yardley
Columbia Tribes Give Up Call For Breaching Dams Idaho Statesman, 4/8/8 by Rocky Barker
Feds, Tribes Strike Deal on Dams, Fish Tri-City Herald, 4/8/8 by Mary Hopkin
American Indian Tribes, Feds Reach Salmon Deal Times-News, 4/8/8 by Nate Poppino
4 Tribes Agree to Settlement on Restoring Salmon Runs Seattle Times, 4/8/8 by Hal Bernton
BPA, Tribes Reach $900 Million Deal to Help Salmon Seattle Times, 4/8/8 by William McCall
Tribes Seal $900 Million Deal The Oregonian, 4/8/8 by Milstein & Learn
3 NW Indian Tribes Cut Deal, Drop Calls to Breach Dams The News Tribune, 4/7/8 by Rocky Barker
BPA to Pay NW Tribes Millions to Drop Salmon Lawsuit 710 KIRO, 4/7/8 by Associated Press
 
Restoring Wild Salmon Means Restoring Wild Rivers Plenty, 2/27/8 by Joseph Friedrichs
 
Scientists: Fish Plans Should Be Tweaked Lewiston Morning Tribune, 3/28/8 by Dean Ferguson
 
Cassidy Shows the Proper Path The Columbian, 3/25/8 by Editorial Board
Cassidy Hangs Up Hat The Columbian, 3/24/8 by Erik Robinson
 
Idaho Studies Rebuild of Failed Teton Dam Jackson Hole Guide, 3/26/8 by Jeannette Boner
Dams Roil with Controversy Capital Press, 3/21/8 by Pat McCoy
Lawmakers Have Their Eye on New Dams, Higher Dams Idaho Statesman, 3/20/8 by Rocky Barker
 
Save 'Noah's Ark for Salmon' Idaho Mountain Express, 3/26/8 by Pat Ford
Save the Salmon; Build More Nukes Daily Press, 3/25/8 by Steve Williams
Noah's Ark for Salmon Los Angeles Times, 3/21/8 by Carl Pope
Driving the Salmon to Extinction Statesman Journal, 3/18/8 by Gene McIntyre
 
Humane Society Misses the Mark The Olympian, 4/15/8 by Editorial Board
Saving Sea Lions Tri-City Herald, 4/1/8 by Ken Robertson
Injunction Sought On Sea Lion Killings In Oregon All Headline News, 3/31/8 by Jupiter Kalambakal
Lawsuit Targets Sea-Lion Killings Seattle Times, 3/25/8 by Joseph Frazier
Animal Group Files Suit to Stop Sea Lion Killings Reuters UK, 3/25/8 by Teresa Carson
The Sea Lion Dilemma: Feast or Salmon? The Columbian, 3/23/8 by Erik Robinson
Don't Blame Sea Lions The Daily Astorian, 3/21/8 by Maria Garcia
No Free Lunch for Sea Lions Seattle Times, 3/17/8 by Editorial Board
Feds Give OK to Kill Salmon-Scarfing Sea Lions The Columbian, 3/19/8 by Erik Robinson
Sea Lions at Oregon Dam Sentenced to Death Seattle Times, 3/18/8 by Joseph Frazier
Lawsuit Seeks to Save Sea Lions The Columbian, 3/18/8 by Dean Baker
Saving Salmon Should Trump Sea Lion Protection Seattle Times, 2/19/8 Celilo Village Members
Upstream Battle Seattle Times, 2/19/8 by David Liberty
Quick Fix Seattle Times, 2/26/8 by Gregg Larson
 
Lawmakers Want Breaching of Snake Dams Considered The Oregonian, 2/26/8 by Michael Milstein
 
Senate Reprimand Should Humiliate Craig, But Doesn't Idaho Mountain Express, 2/15/8 by Editorial Board
Sen. Larry Craig Scolded for 'Improper Conduct' Los Angeles Times, 2/14/8 by Richard Simon
 
McMorris Endorses McCain for President Capital Press, 2/22/8 by Scott Yates
Three WA House Members Back McCain Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/15/8 by Matthew Daly
McMorris Rodgers Endorses McCain Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/15/8 by Associated Press
State Issues Can Upend a Presidential Campaign Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/4/8 by Neil Modie
 
WA Governor Appoints New Member to Council Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/8/8 by Staff
Power Council Elects New Chair, Gets New Member NW Fishletter, 2/7/8 by Bill Rudolph
 
Governor Otter Highlights Idaho Energy Needs Fox 12 News, 1/2/8 by Staff
 
FEEDBACK: Salmon Extinctions Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/8/8 by Jim Esch
FEEDBACK: Salmon Extinctions Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/8/8 by Fred Mensik
Research Estimates Salmon Extinctions for Historical Baseline Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/1/8 by Jim Esch
 
Judge Renews Order to Help Salmon The Oregonian, 2/27/8 by Michael Milstein
Court Orders Extension of Plan to Save Salmon Portland Business Journal, 2/26/8 by Staff
Dam Rules Extended as Salmon Plan Written Seattle Times, 2/26/8 by William McCall
 
Bush: Finish Columbia Deepening a Year Early Seattle Times, 2/22/8 by Matthew Daly
State Projects Would Take Hit Under Bush's Spending Plan Seattle Times, 2/5/8 by Alicia Mundy
 
Saving Salmon: We Need to Clean Up Our Act Kitsap Sun, 2/3/8 by Norm Johnson
 
Oregon: Deadline for Fish-Run Plan Is Delayed New York Times, 2/1/8 by Associated Press
OR Judge Again Extends Deadline for Salmon Plan The Register-Guard, 1/31/8 by Joseph Frazier
 
Researchers Study the Many Angles of Barged vs. In-river Chinook Observer, 1/3/8 Columbia Basin Bulletin
 
Easy Answers Elusive for Salmon vs. Sea Lions Tri-City Herald, 1/27/8 by Editorial Board
 
Migration, Interrupted: Nature's Rhythms at Risk New York Times, 1/1/8 by Carl Zimmer
Crossroads Await in '08 for County The Columbian, 1/1/8 by Don Hamilton
 
Salmon Can't Live on Shallow Symbolism The Daily Astorian, 1/10/8 by Editorial Board
Warming Could Fry Salmon The Oregonian, 1/6/8 by Michael Milstein
Bold Approach to Climate Seattle Times, 10/22/7 by John McGlenn
 

What Rubes and Redden Believe is Part of 'Scare Talk' Wheat Life, 10/22/7 by Robert Stokes
 
Democrats say Bill will Protect Salmon Capital Press, 12/28/7 by Matthew Daly
Craig's Rider Axed by Dems Times-News, 12/21/7 by Matt Christensen
Democrats Step Up on Salmon Issues as Craig Loses Support KTVZ.com, 9/29/7 by Associated Press
 
Salmon: Faster Learners Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/19/7 by Editorial Board
Time's Running Out On the Columbia The Oregonian, 12/19/7 by MacMullan & Whitelaw
Judge Goes Too Far in Trying to Manage Dams Union-Bulletin, 12/16/7 by Editorial Board
Last Chance for Feds on Salmon The Oregonian, 12/14/7 by Editorial Board
Judge Redden is All We've Got The Daily Astorian, 12/13/7 by Editorial Board
Question Role of Judge in Salmon Case Capital Press, 12/21/7 by Editorial Board
 
Judge Asks for Better Dams Plan to Aid Salmon Kitsap Sun, 12/13/7 by Joseph Frazier
'We Can Do Better' for Fish, Judge Says The Oregonian, 12/13/7 by Michael Milstein
Federal Judge Critical of Salmon Plans Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/10/7 by Jeff Barnard
Redden: Plan Doesn't Meet the Law and Issues Warnings Idaho Statesman, 12/10/7 by Rocky Barker
Judge Blasts Latest Federal Salmon Recovery Plan The Columbian, 12/7/7 by Erik Robinson
 
Seattle Times writer Sticks to His Salmon and Dams Story Idaho Statesman, 12/6/7 by Rocky Barker
Moment of Truth for Tribes and States Arrives on Salmon Idaho Statesman, 12/5/7 by Rocky Barker
Fish and Dams: Tell it to the Judge Seattle Times, 11/30/7 by Lance Dickie
 
Dams Play Vital Role The Columbian, 12/11/7 by Don Brunell
May the Next President be as Courageous Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/3/7 by P-I Readers
Salmon: Don't Remove Dams, Kill Birds Kitsap Sun, 11/30/7 by Don Wyman
Beware Doe-eyed Invaders The Columbian, 11/8/7 by Michael Turnauer
 
Fisheries Guru Don Chapman on BiOp, Salmon and Dams Idaho Statesman, 11/30/7 by Rocky Barker
 
Dam Logic: If Fish can't Swim, Then Whales can't Eat Seattle Times, 12/5/7 by Uko Gorter
Fin is Just the Start Seattle Times, 12/5/7 by Alex Uber
Produce Recovery Results The Columbian, 12/2/7 by Ross Morgan
Circle of Life Seattle Times, 11/29/7 by Robyn Carmichael
Remove Dams to Save Salmon and Killer Whales Kitsap Sun, 11/28/7 The Rev. Jennifer Pratt
Protect the Orca and Salmon Christian Science Monitor, 11/29/7 by Jeff Hogan
Clean Energy vs. Whales: How to Choose? Christian Science Monitor, 11/28/7 by Brad Knickerbocker
Killer Whales: Take Measures to Save Them Kitsap Sun, 11/27/7 by Matt Little
Dam Removal 'Vital' to Help Threatened Killer Whales Intl. Animal Rescue, 11/26/7 by Marine Wildlife
Orca Advocates say Remove Snake River Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/20/7 by Associated Press
Orca Researchers Call for Dam Removal Kitsap Sun, 11/20/7 by Christopher Dunagan
 
Follow the Ripples Seattle Times, 11/17/7 by Rob McCallum
Hooked the Wrong Species Seattle Times, 11/17/7 by Spencer Higley
Water Over the Dam Seattle Times, 11/13/7 by Bob Johnson
Like Fish Out of Water Seattle Times, 11/13/7 by Patrick Donovan
Fish or Cut Bait Seattle Times, 11/10/7 by Eric Jordan
Seared in Memory: Salmon Cut in Huge Chunks Seattle Times, 11/10/7 by Tobias Person
Orca Stripped Thin Seattle Times, 11/10/7 by Howard Garrett
Nothing Left But Skeletons Seattle Times, 11/10/7 by Brian Bennett
Salmon Fight Will Grow More Difficult The Daily Astorian, 11/5/7 by Editorial Board
White House Continues to Put Dams Ahead of Salmon Idaho Statesman, 11/3/7 by Editorial Board
Don't Expect Any Surprises in Salmon & Dam Politics 2008 Idaho Statesman, 11/2/7 by Rocky Barker
 
Feds Give Thumbs Up To Latest Salmon Plan NW Fishletter, 11/2/7 by Bill Rudolph
Biologists for Agency Endorse Dams Plan New York Times, 11/1/7 by Felicity Barringer
Officials say Fish are Not Jeopardized by Dam Plans BPA Watch, 11/1/7 by Eric Barker
New Plan Sets Up Court Fight Over Salmon Idaho Statesman, 11/1/7 by Rocky Barker
Feds Release Plans for Dam Management Times-News, 11/1/7 by Matt Christensen
Columbia, Snake Dam Plan Gains Support East Oregonian, 11/1/7 by Associated Press
U.S. Proposal Provides Billion Extra to Save Fish The Oregonian, 11/1/7 by Scott Learn
Columbia, Snake Dam Plan Won't Jeopardize Fish KXLY, 10/31/7 by Associated Press
Salmon Agency: Dams' Plan Won't Jeopardize Fish The Oregonian, 10/31/7 by Jeff Barnard
Idaho's Sockeye: FCRPS Biological Opinions Executive Summary, 10/31/7 by NOAA Fisheries
 
ID has Tough Task Convincing Downstream Democrats Idaho Statesman, 10/15/7 by Rocky Barker
Idaho Delegation Sticks Together on Salmon Policy BPA Watch, 10/13/7 by Dean Ferguson
Delegation Backs Craig's Salmon Water Rider Idaho Statesman, 10/13/7 by Rocky Barker
 
Plan Maps the Future of Sawtooth Region Idaho Mountain Express, 10/24/7 by Jason Kauffman
Wheat Week Under Way Columbia Basin Herald, 10/24/7 by Chrystal Doucette
 
Otter Appoints Yost as Idaho's Newest Council Member Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/19/7 by Staff
 
Good Water Policy Addresses Needs of All Users The Columbian, 10/23/7 by Don Brunell
Managing Salmon Populations Reno Gazette-Journal, 10/12/7 by Charles E. Lawson
Save the Environment. Just Which One? Sound Politics, 10/10/7 by Don Ward
 
Eating Our Way Out of Extinction Crosscut, 9/15/7 by Knute Berger
 
Troubled Waters for Craig, ID ESA Concerns Times-News, 10/21/7 by Matt Christensen
Is Craig's Loss a Gain for Salmon? Idaho Mountain Express, 10/5/7 by Jason Kauffman
ID Fish Overwhelmingly Opposes Craig Maintaining Post The Hill, 10/4/7 by Daphne Retter
Craig Down, Fish Up? Idaho Mountain Express, 10/3/7 by Editorial Board
Craig's Fall May Benefit Salmon Guardian UK, 9/29/7 by Matthew Daly
Larry Craig's True Crimes Against Nature OpEdNews.com, 9/25/7 by Lee Patton
Idaho's Defenses Crumble in the Post-Craig Era Times-News, 9/19/7 by Editorial Board
Reid Enters NW Salmon-Dam Politics as Craig Pushed Out Idaho Statesman, 9/17/7 by Rocky Barker
Reid's Letter on Fish is 'Good News' Idaho Statesman, 9/16/7 by Rocky Barker
Pity the Fool Boise Weekly, 9/12/7 by Bill Cope
 
Another Flawed Fish Plan The Register-Guard, 9/8/7 by Editorial Board
Salmon Plan Disappoints Fish Advocates Sun Valley Online, 9/7/7 by Gary Stivers
Salmon Plan Follows Administration's Blueprint for Failure Salem-News, 9/6/7 by Staff
Feds Reel Out Third Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 9/7/7 by Michael Milstein
Agencies Release Columbia Fish Recovery Plan The Oregonian, 9/6/7 by Associated Press
 
103 Years Since Chief Joseph Wikipedia, 9/21/7 by Various Authors
The Legacy of Little Rock Wall Street Journal, 9/25/7 by Shelby Steele
Little Rock's Central High Marks 50 Years of Integration Dallas Morning News, 9/2/7 by Michael Schuman
Integration: Revisiting the Ghosts of '57 Register & Bee, 9/2/7 by Kyle Taylor
Big Hole Battle Tribute Planned Billings Gazette, 8/8/7 by Staff
 
National Geographic Lauds Lewiston Idaho Statesman, 8/16/7 by David Parker
 
Science, Not Prejudice, Should be Basis of Policy Idaho Statesman, 9/17/7 by Bill Eastlake
When Fish Come Before Humans, Something is Wrong Idaho Statesman, 9/4/7 by Sonya D. Jones
Coalition Appeals Discounting of Hatchery Fish Capital Press, 8/24/7 by Cookson Beecher
Salmon Ruling Makes Policy Adhere to Science Idaho Statesman, 8/21/7 by Editorial Board
 
Salmon Plan's Critics Locked on Single Issue Tri-City Herald, 9/17/7 by Editorial Board
Salmon and Dams Can Coexist on the Snake River The Seattle Times, 9/12/7 Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Let's Compromise to Save Salmon, Steelhead Runs Idaho Statesman, 9/12/7 by Bill Hauf
The Endangered Species Act Out of Control Fox News, 9/4/7 John Lott Jr & Sonya Jones
Saving Salmon and the Environment The Seattle Times, 9/2/7 by James Kintzele III
Lawmakers Can Help Hatch a Vibrant Future for Salmon Seattle Times, 9/4/7 by Donald Barbieri
Dams and Their Impact Salmon and Smolts Idaho Statesman, 8/24/7 by Edward L. Fisk
Slack-Water Pools are Critical to Salmon Idaho Statesman, 8/24/7 by Roy Heberger
Save Our Wild Fish: Breach the Dams Idaho Statesman, 8/24/7 by Warren Hostetler
Politicians Doing Nothing to Stop Decline in Salmon Idaho Statesman, 8/18/7 by John Seiller
Dams Provide Cheap, Clean Energy We Can't Afford to Lose Idaho Statesman, 8/18/7 by Ron Williams
Other Factors More Damaging than Dams Idaho Statesman, 8/12/7 by Darrell W. Brock
Dam Breaching is Best Alternative for Salmon Idaho Statesman, 8/12/7 by Andy Munter
Elected Officials Lie About Survival Priority Idaho Statesman, 8/12/7 by Mike Ihli
Redfish Lake and Alaska Bears Idaho Statesman, 8/9/7 by Buck Wilde
Statesman Ignores Facts on Salmon Survival Rates Idaho Statesman, 8/7/7 by David Doeringsfeld
Breaching is Not Step Forward that The Statesman Suggests Idaho Statesman, 8/6/7 by Jim Kempton
Two Sockeye Return to Redfish Lake in Idaho Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/8/7 by James Schroeder
Keep Science in its Place Albany Democrat-Herald, 8/2/7 by Hasso Hering
No Reason to Keep Dams, Endanger Salmon Idaho Statesman, 8/1/7 by LuVerne D. Grussing
Breaching 4 Out of 221 Dams the Best Option for ID Salmon Idaho Statesman, 7/31/7 by Tom Stuart
The Case for Breaching is Stronger than Ever Idaho Statesman, 7/22/7 by Editorial Board
Idaho Saves Dollars if Dams are Breached Idaho Statesman, 6/30/7 by Darel T. Hardenbrook
Semanko's Words Don't Make Sense Idaho Statesman, 6/30/7 by R.L. "Nick" Nicholson
Sign Away Our Souls The Daily Astorian, 7/20/7 by Don West
Remove the Dams Idaho Statesman, 6/30/7 by Reed Burkholder
 
Cantwell Works to Erase Craig Folly Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/25/7 by Joel Connelly
Craig's Parting Shot Hurts NW Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/12/7 by Dan Ritzman
Resignation or Not, Craig's Power Over West is Gone New West, 9/9/7 by David Frey
With Sen. Craig Disgraced, Lobbyists Turn to Smith The Oregonian, 9/5/7 by Jeff Mapes
Craig Fallout: Idaho Will Lose Millions, Influence Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/30/7 by John Miller
Sen. Craig No Friend to 'Greens' in NW Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/30/7 by Joel Connelly
Real Crime is Taking Dollars from Out-of-State Interests Idaho Statesman, 8/29/7 by Brooks Montgomery
 
Sen. Craig's Action Demonstrates Disdain Idaho Statesman, 8/12/7 by Jim Miller
Keep the Columbia and Snake River Waterways Flowing ID Farm Bureau Quarterly, 8/7/7 by Rick Keller
 
Two States, Divided by Salmon The Oregonian, 7/18/7 by Michael Milstein
 
Current State Legislative Session Will Set Tone for Two Years Wheat Life, 2/7 by Jim White
Hate X? Wheat Life, 2/7 by Robert Stokes
Deceit Behind an Environmentalist Mask Wheat Life, 1/7 by Robert Stokes
 
OR, WA Ask for Rehearing on Power Benefits Ruling The Oregonian, 7/20/7 by Associated Press
BPA Offers Power-Selling Rules with Gaps The Oregonian, 7/20/7 by Ted Sickinger
 
New Administrator for Idaho's Office of Species Conservation Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/24/7 by Staff
Caswell Confirmed as BLM Director Capital Press, 8/7/7 by Associated Press
 
Who's Signing Whom The Politico, 7/21/7 by Aoife McCarthy
 
Inherit the Wind Idaho Statesman, 7/11/7 by Staff
Walden: Firm Plan Needed for Iraq Argus Observer, 7/15/7 by Larry Meyer
 
Nez Perce Hammering Out Plans for Water Deal Dollars Capital Press, 7/6/7 by Associated Press
Celebrating a City The Dalles Chronicle, 7/3/7 by Michael Novinson
 
Moore Resigns as ODFW Director; Takes Deputy Job at IDFG Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/29/7 by Staff
 
Exchange Still Inflates PUD Customer Bills The Dalles Chronicle, 6/25/7 by Kathy Gray
PUDs: Too Much, Too Fast The Dalles Chronicle, 4/1/7 by Kathy Gray
 
Spin Control: Politicians Don't Take Summers Off Spokesman-Review, 6/24/7 by Jim Camden
Hydropower -- It's a 'Green' Resource Tri-City Herald, 6/19/7 by Staff
Hydro is Not the Only H in FisH Recovery NW Public Power Bulletin, 6/1/7 by Terry Flores
 
Heed Redden's Warning Register-Guard, 6/24/7 by Editorial Board
Feds Tell Judge Not Much will Change in Salmon Plan The Seattle Times, 6/21/7 by Jeff Barnard
Judge: Protect Salmon Better The Columbian, 6/21/7 by Erik Robinson
Feds get More Time to Form Dam Strategy The Oregonian, 6/21/7 by Michael Milstein
Warning Precedes Hydro Dam Hearing The Oregonian, 6/20/7 by Michael Milstein
BPA: Power to the People Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/29/7 by Robert McClure
 
Judge: People Can Just Freeze Albany Democrat-Herald, 6/26/7 by HH
Judge Scolds BPA for "Marketing Error" The Seattle Times, 6/25/7 by Associated Press
Left in the Dark on Salmon The Oregonian, 6/24/7 by Editorial Board
Customers, 1; Fish, 0 The Oregonian, 6/21/7 by Michael Milstein
 
Latest Steelhead Ruling Must Be Appealed Capital Press, 6/22/7 by Sonya Jones
Thanks to Courts, Agencies Get a Jolt of Scientific Sanity Seattle Times, 6/18/7 by Jill Wasberg
Salmon Protection: Not Just About Genes The News Tribune, 6/15/7 by Editorial Board
Judge: Bush Policy Errs on Species Protection Seattle Times, 6/14/7 by Alex Fryer
Only Wild Fish Matter in 'Endangered' Count, Judge Rules New York Times, 6/14/7 by Felicity Barringer
Ruling Changes Salmon Listing Spokesman Review, 6/14/7 by Gene Johnson
Judge Sides with Wild Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/13/7 by Robert McClure
Judge: Wild Salmon Are Key to Protections Kitsap Sun, 6/13/7 by Christopher Dunagan
Judge Discounts Hatchery Fish in Salmon Recovery Efforts Capital Press, 6/14/7 by Cookson Beecher
Overhaul of ESA Welcomed Capital Press, 4/6/7 by Cookson Beecher
 
It's Idaho Power vs. Idaho in Latest Water Lawsuit Times-News, 5/20/7 by Matt Christensen
Suit Targets Snake Flows Capital Press, 5/18/7 by Dave Wilkins
Newcomb, Idaho Power Reach Deal on Snake River Aquifer Idaho Statesman, 4/12/6 by Shawna Gamache
 
Lawsuit Challenges Salmon Protection Forbes, 4/18/7 by Jeff Barnard
 
Stanley Leaders Back Salmon Study Idaho Mountain Express, 6/20/7 by Jason Kauffman
Stanley Resolution is a Lesson in Good Economic Sense Idaho Statesman, 6/19/7 by Editorial Board
Central ID Town Passes Resolution to Improve Salmon Runs KIFI, 6/14/7 by Assoicated Press
 
OR to Fed Agencies: Do Better for Columbia Basin Salmon The Oregonian, 6/12/7 by Jeff Barnard
 
Clean Energy: Harvest Nature's Bounty (letter 1) The Oregonian, 6/1/7 by Michael Haney
Clean Energy: Harvest Nature's Bounty (letter 2) The Oregonian, 6/1/7 by John Bailes
Clean Energy: Harvest Nature's Bounty (letter 3) The Oregonian, 6/1/7 by Richard Joseph
If Coal is So Bad, Then State the Alternative Tri-City Herald, 5/16/7 by Editorial Board
 
Earthjustice's Biop Bill Nearly $1 Million NW Fishletter, 6/14/7 by Bill Rudolph
 
Scientists Protest New Reading of ESA Enivronmental News Net, 5/2/7 by John Flesher
 
One View from Lewiston Post-Register, 5/20/7 by Marty Trillhaase
Fish and Families at Stake The Oregonian, 5/29/7 by Sharon Schaub
Set Dams for Demolition The Oregonian, 5/26/7 by Annalisa Grumich
OR Residents are Pitted Against WA State Residents The Oregonian, 5/26/7 by LeeAnn Friedman
BPA Legal Shift Unfair to Oregon, Critics Say The Oregonian, 5/22/7 by Ted Sickinger
 
Judge Stiffens Salmon Rules after Report of Violation at Dams Idaho Statesman, 5/25/7 by Rocky Barker
 
Letter: Coverage The Daily Astorian, 4/13/7 by Ken Olsen
No Salmon Dam on Columbia FlyFish News Service, 4/13/7 by American Rivers
Truth Wins Idaho Mountain Express, 4/12/7 by Editorial Board
Fighting Sea Lions for Fish is Becoming Too Expensive The Bellingham Herald, 4/11/7 by Editorial Board
9th U.S. Circuit Court Agrees with Judge Redden The Columbian, 4/11/7 by Editorial Board
Appeals Court Rejects Bush Salmon Plan as "Sleight of Hand" Seattle Times, 4/10/7 by Jeff Barnard
Big Win for Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 4/11/7 by Staff
 
Redden Stresses Hydro Fish Operations Not Optional Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/1/7 by Staff
 
A Promise Made Nearly 70 Years Ago Nears Fulfillment East Oregonian, 6/3/7 by Bill Andrus
Even Now, Chief Joseph's Memory Besmirched North County Times, 6/2/7 by Jodi Rave
Writer Differs with Nez Perce Chairman Wallowa County Chieftain, 5/17/7 by Gary Poole
Nez Perce won't Build Casino, won't Take Water Rights Wallowa County Chieftain, 5/3/7 by Rebecca Miles
Nez Perce Water Agreement Inked Capital Press, 5/4/7 by Associated Press
Nez Perce Sign Water Rights Deal Spokesman Review, 5/2/7 by Associated Press
 
Julie MacDonald Scandal Grows Environmental News Net, 5/23/7 Press Release
 
Fund Snake River Dam Study The Register-Guard, 6/8/7 by Karl Mueller
Another Flawed Plan The Register-Guard, 5/25/7 by Editorial Board
Breaching Snake River Dams is Action of Last Resort Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 5/28/7 by Editorial Board
Federal Agencies Release Newest Salmon Plan NW Fishletter, 5/24/7 by Bill Rudolph
Newest Recovery Plan Dismays Salmon Advocates The Oregonian, 5/23/7 by Michael Milstein
Salmon Recovery Draft Plan Criticized BPA Watch, 5/23/7 by Erik Barker
Salmon Recovery Proposal does Not Consider Breaching The Oregonian, 5/22/7 by Jeff Barnard
 
Dam Removal and the Recovery of Salmon Wall Street Journal, 6/18/7 by Harry Edward Grant
Salmon Better than Dams Spokesman Review, 6/6/7 by Don Tryon
Destroy the Dams, Save the Salmon (letter 1) Wall Street Journal, 6/4/7 by Rebecca Wodder
Destroy the Dams, Save the Salmon (letter 2) Wall Street Journal, 6/4/7 by Peter T. Ferenbach
Destroy the Dams, Save the Salmon (letter 3) Wall Street Journal, 6/4/7 by Scott Christensen
Water Under the Dam? Hardly Columbia Journalism Review, 5/31/7 by Curtis Brainard
Dam the Salmon Wall Street Journal, 5/30/7 by Shikha Dalmia
 
To Extol Value of Dams is to Disregard Credible Information Idaho Statesman, 6/7/7 by Mitch Sanchotena
Breaching Dams Would Do More Harm than Good Idaho Statesman, 5/26/7 by Patricia Barclay
Dam's Natural Allies Seem to Have a Change of Heart New York Times, 5/13/7 by Felicity Barringer
 
Skewed Salmon Statistics Spokesman Review, 5/27/7 by Harvey Morrison
Dam Removal Best for Region Spokesman Review, 5/27/7 by Mary Jokela
All the Wrong Interests Spokesman Review, 5/26/7 by John Traynor Jr.
Snake River Dam Rebuttal Weak Spokesman Review, 5/25/7 by Chris Kopczynski
Dam Removal Not the Answer Spokesman Review, 5/23/7 by Terry Flores
Objective Information Urgent Spokesman Review, 5/20/7 by Ron Johns
Make Salmon Support Known Spokesman Review, 5/19/7 by Richard Rivers
Study Fish Recovery, Not Just Dam Removal Spokesman Review, 5/19/7 Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Salmon's Best Bet Spokesman Review, 5/18/7 by James Bradford
Tough Dam Choices Needed Spokesman Review, 5/18/7 by Jeff Holmes
Facts Over Furor Spokesman Review, 5/16/7 by Editorial Board
 
Snake River Debate: Put Facts Before Forks Tri-City Herald, 5/30/7 by Editorial Board
Food Fight: Chefs Fight to Save Wild Pacific Salmon Science Blogs, 5/8/7 by GrrlScientist
Chefs Urge Congress to Protect Wild Salmon The News-Sentinel, 5/8/7 by Les Blumenthal
Chefs Lobby D.C. to Save Wild Salmon Los Angeles Times, 5/8/7 by Margot Roosevelt
 
Sternwheeler's Deck Offers Travelers a New Perspective East Oregonian, 5/27/7 by Ann Terry Hill
Cruise Ship Back in Juneau Port The Seattle Times, 5/14/7 Staff & Associated Press
Empress of the North Runs Aground Marine Log, 5/14/7 by Staff
Passengers Safe, Ship Returning Under its Own Power WHBF, 5/14/7 by Associated Press
 
PUD Lauds Court's Slap Against BPA The Daily World, 5/4/7 by Jordan Kline
Appeals Court Rules on BPA Rate Setting, Fish Costs Columbia Basin Energy Report, 5/4/7 by Staff
 
Washington Will Destroy Dams to Revive a River USA Today, 5/2/7 by John Ritter
 
Some Reasons to Give a Damn About Dams Health News Digest, 5/7/7 by Michael Shaw
PUD Passes Resolution to Protect Dams Columbia Basin Herald, 5/3/7 by David Cole
How Long will Congress Keep Rivers in View Lewiston Morning Tribune, 5/2/7 by Jim Fisher
Breach Snake River Dams Lewiston Morning Tribune, 4/27/7 by Al Espinosa
Pressure Builds on Snake River Dams The Columbian, 4/15/7 by Erik Robinson
 
U.S. Senators Question Bush Endangered Wildlife Plan Environmental News Net, 4/26/7 by Deborah Zabarenko
 
Climate Change Adds Twist to Debate Over Dams Tuscaloosa Times, 4/23/7 by William Yardley
 
A Shallow Commitment The Oregonian, 4/20/7 by Devin Dinihanian
It's Time to Give the Salmon Some Help Yakima Herald-Republic, 4/20/7 by Editorial Board
Delicate Balance Attack on ESA Outrageous Salt Lake Tribune, 4/19/7 by Editorial Board
Salmon Advocates Say Kill Dams, Not Sea Lions The New Standard, 4/17/7 by Shreema Mehta
Court's Ruling on Salmon Threatens Dams & Common Sense Union-Bulletin, 4/15/7 by Editorial Board
 
Betrayals of Trust Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Overfishing, Dams Led to Tribal Poverty Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
The 13 Most Endangered Salmon Runs in Columbia Basin Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Fishing and Conservation Coalition Seeks Breaching Study Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Enron Dealings Cripple Bonneville Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Bonneville's Attacks on Fish Passage Center Began in 1980s Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Bonneville's Long History of Stiffing the Salmon Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Gagging the Salmon-Counters Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
The Benefits of Restoring Snake River Salmon Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Returning the Columbia's Salmon to Canada Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Hanford Reach's Death Traps Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
Do the Legendary "June Hogs" Still Exist? Cascadia Times, 4/7 by Staff
 
Ninth Circuit Decision on 2004 Biop Wheat Life, 5/7 by WWC Staff
Salmon Plan 'A Fraud' The Oregonian, 4/17/7 by Kevin Patterson
Wild Salmon Win Respite in US Court Christian Science Monitor, 4/17/7 by Brad Knickerbocker
The Breaching Option Register-Guard, 4/13/7 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Win a Round Against NMFS Alaska Report, 4/12/7 by John Enge
In Our View: Saving Salmon The Columbian, 4/11/7 by Editorial Staff
Northwest Salmon: Dam Science Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/11/7 by Editorial Staff
Court Finds Feds No Help to Fish The Oregonian, 4/10/7 by Michael Milstein
Salmon Win, Bush Loses Appeal on Dam Plan Environment News Service, 4/10/7 by Staff
Appeals Court Rejects Bush Salmon Plan The Seattle Times, 4/10/7 by Jeff Barnard
Appeals Court Rules Dam Plan Violates ESA The Spokesman-Review, 4/9/7 by Jim Camden
Court Rejects Bush Plan for Salmon, Dams MSNBC, 4/9/7 by Associated Press
 
Scientists Make Dam Suggestions The Missoulian, 5/26/7 by Michael Jamison
Global Warming Could Deal Big Blow to Salmon Seattle Times, 4/6/7 by Hal Bernton
 
Don't Undermine Endangered Species Law, Dicks Warns Seattle Times, 3/29/7 by Warren Cornwall
 
Hastings Blasts John Day Drawdown Tri-City Herald, 3/29/7 by Andrew Sirocchi
OR Offers to Lower Reservoir Instead of Breaching Idaho Statesman, 3/16/7 by Rocky Barker
 
Interior Official Altered then Leaked Science Information Washington Post, 3/28/7 by Juliet Eilperin
 
Customs Court Dismisses ESA Salmon Case NW Fishletter, 3/28/7 by Bill Rudolph
 
Our Rivers, Our Dams Tri-City Herald, 3/24/7 by Bohrmann Dieter
 
The following few articles may well up tears.    
Tribes Mourn Loss of Falls Seattle Times, 3/12/7 by Lynda Mapes
Drowning of Celilo Falls: One Family's Sense of Loss Yakima Herald-Republic, 3/12/7 by Phil Ferolito
At Celilo, Still 'Power Under the Water' The Columbian, 3/21/7 by Tom Koenninger
Echoes from Celilo Speak Volumes Today The Columbian, 3/8/7 by Pat Ford
Remembering Celilo Falls Yakima Herald-Republic, 3/4/7 by Phil Ferolito
Still Waters, Stolen Lives The Oregonian, 3/4/7 by Eric Mortenson
(w/ video) 50 years after flooding Celilo Falls Tri-City Herald, 3/4/7 by Anna King
 
Salmon Treaty and the "Gift Economy" Alaska Report, 3/2/7 by John Enge
Something Fishy about Eco-Extremists' Power Play Business & Media Institute, 2/28/7 by Dan Gainor
 
Time to Make ESA Reform High Priority Capital Press, 3/9/7 by Editorial Staff
ID Senators Introduce ESA Reform Bills in Congress Capital Press, 3/9/7 by Pat McCoy
Agricultural spokesmen: West Needs ESA Reform Capital Press, 2/9/7 by Pat McCoy
ESA Reform Likely 'Road Kill' Capital Press, 2/9/7 by Pat McCoy
 
Salmon Harm by Dams Disputed Capital Press, 3/9/7 by Pat McCoy
 
McDermott Introduces Latest Version of Breaching Studies Bill NW Fishletter, 3/28/7 by Bill Rudolph
New Bill Targets Dam Removal Star of Grand Coulee, 3/28/7 by Rep. Doc Hastings
Rep. McDermott wants Dam Review BPA Watch, 3/14/7 by Eric Barker
Dam Removals Could Cost Millions Idaho Statesman, 3/6/7 by Rocky Barker
BPA Claims Removing Dams could Cost $550M a Year Puget Sound Business Journal, 3/2/7 by Staff
 
Utility Consultant Switches Sides The Inlander, 2/28/7 by Kevin Taylor
Pulling the Plug The Inlander, 2/28/7 by Kevin Taylor
 
Current Power Broker: J. LaMont Keen NW Current, 3/28/7 by Becky Brun
 
Stop Using Nets Idaho Statesman, 2/13/7 by Jerry DeVore
Dam Breaching Idaho Statesman, 2/3/7 by Edward Fisk
Dams and Energy Idaho Statesman, 1/30/7 by Reed Burkholder
 
Redden is Courage; Craig is Ignorance The Daily Astorian, 2/6/7 by Editorial Staff
The Tide may be Turning for Salmon Los Angeles Times, 2/4/7 by Paul VanDevelder
 
Global Warming Issue Heats Up Session The Columbian, 2/12/7 by Kathie Durbin
State Leaders Launch Attack on Warming Seattle Times, 2/8/7 by Cornwall & Thomas
 
Otter Vows to Protect Idaho Water Capital Press, 2/2/7 by Pat McCoy
ID Governor Wants to Keep more Water from Snake River Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/25/7 by Associated Press
 
The River Dry Grist Magazine, 1/25/7 Sarah Kraybill Burkhalter
 
Snake River Dams: Invest in Science Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/30/7 by Editorial Board
Study Questions Call to Breach Idaho Statesman, 1/20/7 by Rocky Barker
 
Court Orders BPA to Keep Funding Fish Passage Center Capital Press, 2/2/7 by Mitch Lies
Court Upholds Fish Passage Center Funding Indian Country, 2/12/7 by Richard Walker
Science and Honest Budgeting Win The Daily Astorian, 1/30/7 by Editorial Staff
Court Ruling on Salmon Hooks Pork The Hill, 1/30/7 by Elana Schor
Good Science Counts Seattle Times, 1/26/7 by Editorial Staff
Court Rejects Senator's Bid to Eliminate Fish Agency Washington Post, 1/25/7 by Blaine Harden
Appeals Court Keeps Fish Center Afloat San Jose Mercury News, 1/24/7 by David Kravets
 
Save Salmon, Not CIEDRA Idaho Mountain Express, 1/17/7 by Arne Ryason
 
Columbia Cleanup The Columbian, 1/19/7 by Editorial Staff
Columbia River Reveals Tell-tale Signs of Industrialization The Daily Astorian, 1/15/7 by Tom Bennett
 
Salmon Justice High Country News, 1/22/7 by Ken Olsen
Hammering Man Pacific Northwest Inlander, 1/11/7 by Kevin Taylor
 
Seminar on Fishing Issues Lingers on Breaching Idaho Statesman, 1/14/7 by Hilary Costa
Breaching Debate Moves to Mainstream Idaho Statesman, 1/12/7 by Editorial Staff
Under Siege The Daily Astorian, 1/12/7 by Susan Evans
Removing Dams Works The Oregonian, 1/9/7 by Jessica Kendall
Breaching the Dams Idaho Statesman, 1/3/7 by Ron Marquart
 

2006

A Better Environment, a Better Future Brochure, 12/6 by BPA
 
State to Propose Water Management Strategy Capital Press, 12/29/6 by Associated Press
 
Power Council adds Ex-Hecla Exec Spokesman Review, 1/5/7 by Becky Kramer
Otter Looks for New Water Chief to Replace Dreher Capital Press, 12/22/6 by Dave Wilkins
 
Archaeological Dig: Spokane Inhabited 8,000 Years Ago Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/14/6 by Associated Press
 
Soul Wounds Idaho Statesman, 11/1/6 by Staff
Yakama Nation could get Millions for Salmon Killed at Dam KNDO / KNDU, 7/10/6 by Staff
 
What's Next: Sounds of Klamath Wheat Life, 11/6 by Robert Stokes
A Balanced Approach to Salmon Policy Evaluation Wheat Life, 7/6 by Robert Stokes
Dam Busters Oppose Technology Wheat Life, 10/6 by Robert Stokes
The Great Leap Forward Wheat Life, 6/6 by Robert Stokes
Not Even Close to Reality Wheat Life, 4/6 by Robert Stokes
De-greening BiOp2000 Risk Analysis Wheat Life, 5/6 by Robert Stokes
Millions in Support of Fish Selling in the Store for a Buck? Wheat Life, 3/6 by Robert Stokes
ESA - Playing Another Mind Game Wheat Life, 2/6 by Robert Stokes
The Great Salmon Hoax Wheat Life, 1/6 by Robert Stokes
Salmon and Dams Wheat Life, 12/5 by Robert Stokes
Saving Dams and Salmon Stocks Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/25/3 by Larry Sheahan
 
Column Taints Farmers Image Capital Press, 12/1/6 by Paul Underhill
Salmon Solution Needed Spokesman Review, 12/19/6 by Sam Mace
Removing LSR Dams a Colossal Breach of Logic The Register-Guard, 12/11/6 by Terry Flores
Businesses Join Fight to Save Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 12/8/6 by Steve Benson
All Parts of Northwest Have Stake in Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/1/6 by Joel Connelly
Weighting the Scale Idaho Statesman, 11/28/6 by Scott Levy
Divisive Danielson Idaho Statesman, 11/30/6 by Paul Hopfenbeck
Another Fish Killer Idaho Statesman, 11/30/6 by Jeff Ford
Breaching Snake River Dams Tri-City Herald, 11/26/6 by Editorial Staff
Salmon are Important Idaho Statesman, 11/18/6 by Anne Pasley-Stuart
Argument Not to Breach Contains Misleading Facts Idaho Statesman, 11/18/6 by Don Chapman
 
The Snake's Costly Dams Idaho Statesman, 11/30/6 by Lee Bernasconi
Otter and Salmon Idaho Statesman, 11/28/6 by R.L. "Nick" Nicholson
Otter Missed Point Idaho Statesman, 11/28/6 by Jim DiPeso
Otter and Salmon Idaho Statesman, 11/25/6 by Ron Marquart
 
Congress Needs to Rethink Salmon Recovery Idaho Statesman, 11/26/6 by Editorial Board
Columbia River Dams: Beyond Breaching Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/26/6 by Editorial Board
Dams Don't Add Up The Register-Guard, 11/21/6 by J. Robb Brady
The Dam Question Register-Guard, 11/20/6 by Editorial Staff
Breaching Dams would Save Money, Salmon Idaho Statesman, 11/16/6 by Rocky Barker
Report Focuses on Benefits of Breaching Dams Tri-City Herald, 11/16/6 by Chris Mulick
Dam Breaching is a Win-win Deal, New Study Claims BPA Watch, 11/16/6 by Eric Barker
An Apology Owed Wenatchee World, 11/23/6 by Liz Hamilton
Dam Breachers on a Comeback Wenatchee World, 11/16/6 by Tracy Warner
 
For Salmon, Dammed or Undammed Makes no Difference Capital Press, 11/24/6 by Pat McCoy
 
Last Week, We Were Glad to Have the Dams The Columbian, 11/14/6 by Don Brunell
Breaching Dams will Not Save Salmon Runs Idaho Statesman, 11/9/6 by Judi Danielson
Dam Removal is Wrong The Columbian, 11/3/6 by Robert Neal
 
Legislator-Elect is Tribe's First BPA Watch, 11/19/6 by Dean Ferguson
 
Senator Drafts Budget Rider to Overturn Salmon Ruling Capital Press, 12/1/6 by Associated Press
Craig Doesn't Plan ID Salmon Water Budget Provision Idaho Statesman, 11/24/6 by Rocky Barker
Rider Tramples Salmon Spokesman Review, 11/17/6 by Rick Eichstaedt
Craig Tries to Overturn Dam Ruling Spokesman Review, 11/17/6 by Christopher Smith
Hastings Speaks on Saving Dams Columbia Basin Herald, 11/16/6 by Bill Stevenson
McMorris: We Must Protect our Dams Press Release, 11/16/6 by Cathy McMorris
Keeping Fish in the Sea and on the Menu Financial Times, 11/4/6 by Editorial Staff
Options Could Avoid Closures in the Future The World, 11/2/6 by Susan Chambers
 
Conservation: Just Follow the Law The Charleston Gazette, 10/31/6 by Staff
Bush Appointee Rejects Advice on Endangered Species Washington Post, 10/30/6 by Juliet Eilperin
 
Gore Scoffs at Reichert's Stance on Global Warming The Seattle Times, 10/25/6 by Alex Fryer
Schwarzenegger Prods Bush on Warming Environmental News Net, 10/26/6 by Associated Press
McGavick Speaks Out on Dams KNDO / KNDU, 10/24/6 by Staff
Candidates Oppose Snake Dam Breaching Capital Press, 10/20/6 by Dave Wilkins
 
Salmon Caught Between Feds and Locals The Daily Astorian, 10/25/6 by Cassandra Profita
 
Students March to Save Sockeye Idaho Mountain Express, 10/20/6 by Dana Dugan
 
Plaintiffs, Tribes & Oregon Express Remand Concerns Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/20/6 by Staff
BiOp Updates Show Evidence Of Little Progress NW Fishletter, 10/9/6 by Bill Rudolph
 
Hells Canyon Relicensing Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/27/6 by Michael Garrity
Defining High Cost, Low Value Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/20/6 by Fred Mensik
 
It's Time to Remove the Snake's Dams The Daily Astorian, 10/18/6 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Safer in Russia? Idaho Mountain Express, 10/18/6 by Editorial Staff
 
Sea Lions Targeted The Columbian, 10/19/6 by Editorial Staff
Congressmen say Sea Lion Hunt Necessary Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/16/6 by William McCall
 
Joining the Wrong Side Post Register, 10/18/6 by Marty Trillhaase
Otter Brings only Rhetoric to Salmon Debate Idaho Statesman, 10/17/6 by Editorial Staff
Follow the Lead Set Out by Babbitt and Kitzhaber Tacoma News Tribune, 10/15/6 by Mark Rutherford
Otter Cites Old Brady Columns in Criticizing Him Spokesman Review, 10/14/6 by John Miller
 
Kempthorne Lends Ear to Idahoans' Conservation Views Idaho Statesman, 10/10/6 by Rocky Barker
Kempthorne Returns to ID to 'Listen,' Gets Earful on ESA Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/9/6 by John Miller
 
Politicians Urge Public to Save Salmon Portland Vanguard, 10/10/6 by Deeda Schroeder
Breach Snake River Dams, says ex-Secretary Babbitt The Columbian, 10/7/6 by Erik Robinson
Kitzhaber, Babbitt Agree: Breach Dams to Save Fish The Oregonian, 10/7/6 by Michael Milstein
Former Governors say Funds for Salmon Endangered The Oregonian, 10/6/6 by Joseph Frazier
 
Bush Pushes Environment Moves, but Still Draws Ire Environmental News Net, 10/10/6 by Deborah Zabarenko
 
Upholding Law is Judges' Job Victoria Advocate, 10/12/6 by Editorial Staff
Courts Balance a Radical Presidency The Daily Astorian, 10/9/6 by Editorial Staff
Nature Under Siege Las Vegas Sun, 10/9/6 by Editorial Staff
Bush Policy Irks Judges in West Washington Post, 10/6/6 by Blaine Harden
 
Upstream Battle to Save the Salmon Wall Street Journal, 10/4/6 by Bob Lohn & Jeff Curtis
 
Congess Must Act to Prevent Water Crisis Capital Press, 10/6/6 by Editorial Staff
New Water Plan is 'Serious Stuff' Ag Weekly, 10/6/6 by Cindy Snyder
 
Judge Orders Agencies to Rewrite Salmon Plan Capital Press, 10/6/6 by Mitch Lies
Judge Tells Government: Save Snake Salmon Daily India, 9/29/6 United Press International
Judge Sends U.S. Agencies Strong Salmon Message Seattle Times, 9/28/6 by William McCall
Judge Warns Feds on Salmon Plans The Oregonian, 9/28/6 by Michael Milstein
 
Hundreds Mourn Former Rep. Helen Chenoweth-Hage Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/9/6 by Jesse Harlan Alderman
Chenoweth-Hage Dies; Served Idaho on Hill The Washington Times, 10/3/6 by Associated Press
Ex-Rep. Chenoweth-Hage Dies in Car Crash Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/2/6 by Brendan Riley
 
Where the River Turns Seattle Times, 9/30/6 by Rob Masonis
 
Priest Works to Save the Salmon The Daily Astorian, 9/18/6 by Cassandra Profita
 
High Energy Boise Weekly, 10/11/6 by Nicholas Collias
The Dam and Its Aftermath Boise Weekly, 10/11/6 by Karl Boyd Brooks
 
EarthTalk: Dams and Salmon Kansas City Infozine, 9/14/6 by Staff
 
Oregon's Delicate Balance The Oregonian, 9/11/6 by Bill Monroe
 
Posing with the Doomed Idaho Mountain Express, 9/15/6 by Editorial Staff
Can The Redfish Be Saved? Idaho Mountain Express, 9/13/6 by Steve Benson
ID Governor Releases 475 Salmon into Mountain Lake KNDO / KNDU, 9/9/6 by Associated Press
Risch Frees Hatchery Sockeye Spokesman-Review, 9/9/6 by Steve Benson
Science Panel Issues Final Review for Fish Projects Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/8/6 by Staff
 
National Criticism Doesn't Stick Once Hastings is Home Seattle Times, 9/10/6 by Andrew Garber
 
High-tech Tags Track Salmon, Draw Political Fire The Daily Herald, 9/3/6 by Keith Ridler
 
Snake's Salmon Decline Fly Fish News Service, 9/8/6 by Staff
Salmon Story Goes on Forever Albany Democrat-Herald, 8/16/6 by Editor
Managed Balance is Left Out of Conservation Statesman Journal, 8/16/6 by Mickey Bellman
Saving Salmon: Dam Removal Makes Sense The Oregonian, 8/16/6 Letters to the Editor
Sources Of Mortality for Snake River Fall Chinook Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/28/6 by Fred Mensik
It's Time for the Region to Start Thinking Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/21/6 by Michael Garrity
Idaho Can Have Fish, Farms and Water Times-News, 7/18/6 by Matthew Yost
Time to Remove Snake River Dams The Olympian, 7/17/6 by Robert L. Vadas Jr.
 
Sides Tussle Over Dam Tri-City Herald, 8/16/6 by Anna King
Feds Tell BiOp Judge Breaching Not In The Cards NW Fishletter, 8/8/6 by Bill Rudolph
70 Years Ago: Are Salmon Now Sold Down the River? Nature Magazine, 8/1936 by William Finley
 
Epic Salmon Journey Dies in Slack Water Idaho Mountain Express, 9/8/6 by Steve Benson
From the Salmon to the Pacific Idaho Mountain Express, 8/9/6 by Steve Benson
Idahoan Kayaks 900 Miles to Support Salmon New West, 8/9/6 by Jennifer Gelband
Support Journey, Efforts to Save Idaho's Salmon Idaho Mountain Express, 8/3/6 by Bill Erickson
Paddling to the Pacific Boise Weekly, 8/2/6 by Jennifer Gelband
Saving the Salmon Huron Daily Plainsman, 7/30/6 by Brett Prettyman
Saving Salmon, a Stroke at a Time Salt Lake Tribune, 7/26/6 by Brett Prettyman
 
Meeting on Bush Enviro Proposal Draws Disparate Views Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/9/6 Nicholas K. Geranios
 
Congressional Hopeful Advocates Salmon Recovery Idaho Mountain Express, 8/2/6 by Jason Kauffman
Washtucna is Still Bush Country Seattle Times, 7/17/6 by Ralph Thomas
 
Remembering Celilo Falls The Dalles Chronicle, 7/10/6 by Emily Alpert
Documentary on Celilo Falls to Air on OPB Medford News, 6/15/6 by Mark Floyd
Yakamas want Compensation for Lost Salmon Yakima Herald-Republic, 7/3/6 by Phil Ferolito
 
Public Comments on Columbia River Plan Reveal Dissent Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/15/6 by Shannon Dininny
 
OR Turns to ID for New Fish and Wildlife Director Capital Press, 7/14/6 by Associated Press
 
Accurate Data Needed in Salmon Debate Tri-City Herald, 7/14/6 by Editorial Staff
Some Blame Power Rates on Salmon Tri-City Herald, 7/8/6 by Andrew Sirocchi
Hearing Covers Debate on Detailing Fish Costs Spokesman Review, 7/8/6 by Jim Camden
Power Users, Salmon Advocates Square Off Again Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/7/6 by Shannon Dininny
Dam Debate Heads to Pasco Spokesman Review, 7/5/6 by Jim Camden
 
Lower Snake Dams and Sockeye Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/23/6 by Fred Mensik
Lifeline for the Sockeye Idaho Mountain Express, 6/23/6 by Editorial Staff
Will Program Preserve Lonesome Larry's Thin Genetic Line? Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/16/6 by Michael Garrity
 
Scientific Panel: Sockeye Recovery Should End Idaho Mountain Express, 6/16/6 by Greg Stahl
Presidential Panel: Let Idaho Sockeye Run Go Extinct The Columbian, 6/15/6 by Associated Press
More Money Approved to Help Endangered Sockeye Salmon KGW, 6/15/6 by Associated Press
Sockeye Salmon Program to Expand Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/14/6 by Robbie Johnson
Risch says Save the Sockeye Idaho Statesman, 6/15/6 by Rocky Barker
 
Fish Plan Ready Early Capital Press, 6/2/6 by Pat McCoy
Longtime Salmon Spokesman Silenced Seattle Times, 6/1/6 by Craig Welch
 
Act to Recover Fish The Columbian, 6/18/6 by James McSherry
Fishing Generates Income The Columbian, 6/14/6 by Jim Harmon
Follow Good Science The Columbian, 6/8/6 by John McConnaughey
Dams are Great Obstacle The Columbian, 6/6/6 by Richard Kennon
The Same Old Tired Rhetoric The Columbian, 6/4/6 by Michael Eakin
Breaching Snake Dams Will Hurt Economy The Columbian, 5/30/6 by Don Brunell
Salmon Got Short Shrift - Again Idaho Mountain Express, 5/26/6 by Editorial Staff
 
Groups Offer Reward in Fish Heist Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/15/6 by Associated Press
 
Judge Tells Government to Start Over on Upper Snake Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/25/6 by Jeff Barnard
Judge: Idaho Plan Violates Endangered Species Act Seattle Times, 5/24/6 by Hal Bernton
Judge Rules Against Idaho Farmers Times-News, 5/24/6 by Michelle Dunlop
Judge Hears Case Over Dam Operations The World, 5/4/6 by Jeff Barnard
State PAC to Push for Right-Wing Judges Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/25/5 by Neil Modie
 
Dams Cost Idaho Idaho Statesman, 5/25/6 by Chris Frazee
Discuss Breaching Idaho Statesman, 5/24/6 by Cristina Watson
Salmon Recovery Requires Political Leadership The Olympian, 5/24/6 by Alex Uber
Snake River Dams Stymie True Salmon Recovery The Olympian, 5/23/6 by Paul Allen
Don't Take the Bait on Northwest Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/19/6 by Joel Connelly
Dirk on Salmon Idaho Statesman, 5/14/6 by Melanie Baldwin
Salmon Recovery Idaho Statesman, 5/14/6 by Briana Orr
Fishing Ban Will Make Us Forget Salmon High Country News, 5/8/6 by Gina Knudson
 
For The Sake Of The Salmon Coastal Post, 5/6 by Staff
 
Half the State Got All of the Quarter Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/6/6 by Julie Muhlstein
Coin Should Reflect Best of Both Sides in State The Chronicle, 5/6/6 by Editorial Staff
Gregoire Endorses People's Choice for State Quarter Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/5/6 by Chris McGann
Gregoire Chooses Salmon and Rainier for New Quarter Seattle Times, 5/4/6 by Ralph Thomas
Gregoire Chooses Leaping Salmon Coin Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/4/6 by Curt Woodward
Leaping Salmon Quarter Design Wins Opinion Poll Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/1/6 by Curt Woodward
WA Quarter Poll Resumes after Computer Mischief Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/11/6 by Curt Woodward
WA Quarter Voting Hijacked by Computer Mischief Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/10/6 by Curt Woodward
 
Judge Weighs Combined Salmon Plan The Olympian, 5/4/6 by Associated Press
 
Idaho Leaders Weigh in on Dirk Kempthorne Indian Country Today, 4/27/6 by Estar Holmes
 
Look to Local Leaders, Not the Feds, on 'Green' Issues PS Business Journal, 4/28/6 by George Erb
 
Picture Perfect Pacific NW Magazine, 4/23/6 by Robert Vadas, Jr.
Fishing Gone Seattle Times, 4/18/6 by Editorial Staff
Hole in the Net Seattle Times, 4/18/6 by Tony Bentley
Hook, Lion and Sinker Seattle Times, 4/18/6 by Scott Strickland
BPA Plays a Leading Role in Decline of Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/17/6 by Michael Garrity
 
Big Plans in Big Sky Country NW Current, 4/24/6 by Brian Back
Energy Week Focus on Protecting Our Dams US Fed News, 4/21/6 by Rep. Doc Hastings
Threat to Dam Removal as Real as Ever Press Release, 4/12/6 by Rep. Doc Hastings
 
Rec Boss Leaves Legacy of Water, Species Pacts Times-News, 4/18/6 by Associated Press
 
Salmon Crisis a Long Time Coming Portland Business Journal, 4/18/6 by Editorial Staff
Readers Blame Sea Lions for Salmon Shortage Portland Business Journal, 4/10/6 by Staff
 
Species Act Report Mixed on Pombo The Record, 4/15/6 by Hank Shaw
U.N. Meeting to Try to Slow Species Loss Environmental News Net, 3/15/6 by Reuters
Senate Urged to Safeguard Species Act Environmental News Net, 3/9/6 by Erica Werner
 
Teacher Walks the Talk Idaho Mountain Express, 4/12/6 by Jason Kauffman
 
Senators ask for Cooperation on Aquifer Solution KTVB.com, 4/3/6 by Associated Press
Aquifer Recharge Bill Dies in Senate Times-News, 3/31/6 by Michelle Dunlop
 
Swimming Upstream Seattle Times, 3/26/6 by Rod Sando
Humans Spur Worst Extinctions Since Dinosaurs Environmental News Net, 3/21/6 by Alister Doyle
Environmentalists Want it Both Ways Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/20/6 by Don Wilbur
 
BPA Met with Static by County Residents Post Register, 4/7/6 by Gina Knudson
 
Fishing Needed to Preserve Tribal Culture Montana Kaimin, 3/14/6 by Sean Breslin
Klamath Provides Example for Snake The Daily Astorian, 3/7/6 by Editorial Staff
Speak Up for Salmon The Daily Astorian, 4/8/6 by Johnson & Messing
White House is 'Screwing Fishermen' The Daily Astorian, 3/24/6 by Kate Ramsayer
Three Hundred Protesters in Astoria Assail Fish Policies The Oregonian, 3/24/6 by Peter Sleeth
It's High Time That We Raise a Ruckus The Daily Astorian, 3/23/6 by Editorial Staff
 
Lawsuit Challenges Use of Hatchery Fish in Counts Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/7/6 by Peggy Andersen
 
Fish Count Agency Gets Extension Statesman Journal, 4/16/6 by Associated Press
Federal Appeals Court Keeps Fish Center Alive Corvallis Gazette-Times, 3/20/6 by David Kravets
Judge Denies Request to Keep Fish Center Open Independent Record, 3/18/6 by William McCall
Suit Aims to Keep Fish Center Open The Oregonian, 3/17/6 by William McCall
 
Water Group Seeks Suit Dismissal Capital Press, 3/17/6 by Dave Wilkins
 
Bill Erickson Plans Kayak Trip to Save Salmon The Plainsman, 3/12/6 by Roger Larsen
 
Idaho Governor New Interior Secretary Capital Press, 3/24/6 by Pat McCoy
Mr. Kempthorne Goes to Washington Capital Press, 3/24/6 by Pat McCoy
How Would Governor Fare as U.S. Interior Secretary? Idaho State Journal, 3/22/6 by Jodeane Albright
Looking for a Cecil Andrus The Oregonian, 3/20/6 by Editorial Staff
Interior Secretary: Bush's Best Bet Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/20/6 by Editorial Staff
Pick for Interior Shows More Charm Than Substance Los Angeles Times, 3/19/6 by Tomas Alex Tizon
Idaho Gov. Chosen for Interior Los Angeles Times, 3/17/6 by Gerstenzang & Cart
Bush Picks Kempthorne for Interior Indian Country Today, 3/17/6 by David Melmer
U.S. Interior Secretary Norton Leaves Bush Cabinet Environmental News Net, 3/13/6 by Bohan & Doggett
 
Gale Norton Resigns Post as Interior Secretary Indian Country Today, 3/16/6 by Jerry Reynolds
Bureau of Rec Chief Retires after Refocusing Agency Capital Press, 3/24/6 by Pat McCoy
 
Changing Currents Pacific NW Magazine, 3/5/6 by Lynda Mapes
Baird Provokes Logging Opponents The Columbian, 2/24/6 by Kathie Durbin
Speaker Broaches Touchy Subject of Dam Breaching The Times News, 2/24/6 by Julie Pence
 
NW Members to Lead Power Council Capital Press, 2/24/6 by Mitch Lies
Water Users Have Voice in Washington, D.C. Capital Press, 2/24/6 by Patricia McCoy
 
Tons of Trouble Seattle Weekly, 2/21/6 by David Neiwert
 
Bury my Heart at Celilo Falls The Oregonian, 2/19/6 by Matt Love
 
Victims Again Face Blame for Salmon Capital Press, 3/3/6 by Bruce Jolma
Govt. Reluctance to Help Leaves Salmon in Lurch The New Standard, 2/10/6 by Catherine Komp
Situation Calls for Integrated Strategies Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/9/6 by Kurt Beardslee
 
Judge in Salmon Case Believes in the Law The Columbian, 2/18/6 by Jeff Barnard
 
Move on BPA Debt Payments a Dangerous Precedent The Register-Guard, 2/26/6 by Matt Cooper
BPA Budget Proposal Alarms Senator Capital Press, 2/24/6 by Larry Craig
Senator Bashing President's Budget Capital Press, 2/24/6 by Rick Jackson
Save the Very Rich, Squeeze the NW The Astorian, 2/19/6 by Editorial Staff
Bush's Plan Could Boost Power Rates and Eliminate Jobs Statesman Journal, 2/19/6 by Editorial Staff
Lawmakers Oppose Fed Plan to Siphon BPA Revenue The Register-Guard, 2/17/6 by Matthew Daly
Cantwell Presses Bush to Reconsider BPA Proposal Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/15/6 by Charles Pope
Gregoire Slams Bush BPA Plan The Daily News, 2/14/6 by Don Jenkins
Cantwell Criticizes Bush Plan The Columbian, 2/13/6 by Jose Paul Corona
Study says Plan Will Raise BPA Rates The Daily News, 2/10/6 by Associated Press
Northwest Power Sees Flying Pigs Seattle Times, 2/9/6 by Editorial Staff
Another Raid on the BPA Register-Guard, 2/8/6 by Editorial Staff
Northwest Lawmakers Slam Bush BPA Idea The Astorian, 2/7/6 by Jim Camden
 
Snake River Adjudication Nearly Complete Complete Capital Press, 2/10/6 by Patricia McCoy
 
BPA Terminates Fish Passage Center Indian Country Today, 2/6/6 by Staff
 
Dams or Fish? Idahoans Choose Fish Idaho Statesman,2/3/6 by Bill Sedivy
 
Don't Wait 30 Years to Help Fish Passage Idaho State Journal,2/1/6 by Editorial Staff
 
'Eco-' Isn't the Issue; 'Terrorism' Is The Missoulian,1/29/6 by Editorial Staff
 
Why is it OK to Kill Threatened Salmon? The Daily Herald, 2/19/6 by Editorial Staff
Consider Harvest and Hatcheries Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/9/6 by Scott Corwin
The Administration's No-plan Salmon Plan Seattle Times, 2/5/6 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Plan: Phony as a Lure Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/3/6 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Policy Finally Hooks Common Sense Capital Press, 2/3/6 by Editorial Staff
We Must Not Permit This Daily Astorian, 1/30/6 by Editorial Staff
Manning: Stalemate on Columbia River Needs Solution Capital Press, 1/27/6 by Peggy Steward
Effort to Save Wild Fish will Switch to Smaller Catch The Oregonian, 1/25/6 by Michael Milstein
Administration Pitches New Salmon Policy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/25/6 by Jeff Barnard
Bush would Cut Salmon Catch, Close Harmful Hatcheries Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/25/6 Staff and News Service
 
Fish Expert Changes Tune on Snake Dams BPA Watch, 1/25/6 by Eric Barker
 
BPA Salmon Move Draws Outrage The News Tribune, 1/27/6 by Jeff Barnard
Advocates Challenge De-Funding of Fish-Counting Agency The Oregonian, 1/24/6 by Associated Press
 
Finalists Selected for State Quarter Design Seattle Times, 1/19/6 by Susan Gilmore
Wildlife, Apples, Mountains: Finalists for WA Quarter Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/19/6 by Curt Woodward
 
Nez Perce Water Agreement Nears Completion The Times-News, 1/17/6 by Michelle Dunlop
 
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to No-Spray Buffers Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/9/6 by Gene Johnson
 
Judge Orders More Spring Spill, Less Steelhead For ID NW Fishletter, 1/16/6 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Orders More Spills on Columbia Dams Capital Press, 1/6/6 by Mitch Lies
Judge Orders Extra Spill at Dams to Aid Salmon Gazette-Times, 12/30/5 by Jeff Barnard
 
Energy, Puget Sound Cleanup Seen as Priorities Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/1/6 by Rachel La Corte
 
 

2005

Wilderness Proposal Tops List of 2005 Stories Idaho Mountain Express, 12/30/5 by Steve Benson
2005 Proved Historic Water Year The Times-News, 12/24/5 by Cindy Snyder
 
Feds to Appeal Court Decision BPA Journal, 1/6 by Staff
Salmon Decision Appealed Capital Press, 12/30/5 by Mitch Lies
State Joins Feds in Salmon Recovery Legal Battle KBCI TV, 12/21/5 by Editorial Staff
 
A Path of Life Full of Obstacles The Oregonian, 12/24/5 by Rick Attig
Heeding the Lessons of Nature's Elegance The Oregonian, 12/20/5 by Jeff Curtis
 
Move Forward on Species Recovery Capital Press, 1/13/5 by Mike Crapo
ESA Reform Effort Continues Capital Press, 12/30/5 by Pat McCoy
Crapo Introduces Bill that Would Reform Species Act Idaho Statesman,12/16/5 by Rocky Barker
Congressmen Bring ESA Common Sense Capital Press, 12/16/5 by Ken Abbe
Will Congress Fix Water Litigation? Capital Press, 11/18/5 by Patricia McCoy
Fix ESA Without Partisan Politics Capital Press, 11/18/5 by Staff
ESA Reform Long Overdue ID Farm Bureau Quarterly, 11/5 by Frank Priestley
 
Lawmakers Drop Plans to Break Up 9th Circuit Capital Press, 12/24/5 by Associated Press
 
Groups Sue Over New Dam Relicensing Rules Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/21/5 by Shannon Dininny
 
Judge Redden Promises Columbia River Plan Oregon Considered,12/15/5 by Ley Garnett
Judge says He May Boost Amount of Water Spilled San Diego Union-Tribune,12/15/5 by William McCall
 
Suit Wants Hatchery Fish Counted in Runs Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/14/5 by Lisa Stiffler
Suit Challenges Salmon Listings in West Mercury News,12/14/5 by William McCall
 
Salmon Recovery is Now the Scapegoat The Daily Herald,12/11/5 by Brian Levin
 
Don't Mess with Salmon Success Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/16/5 by Paul VanDevelder
Research? We Don't Need No Research! New West, 12/15/5 by Shea Andersen
Sen. Craig's Way - Or Else Idaho Mtn Express,12/14/5 by Pat Murphy
Larry Craig Versus the Salmon New York Times,12/12/5 by Editorial Staff
Fishy Politics Idaho Mtn Express,12/12/5 by Editorial Staff
Time to Pass Craig? Idaho Statesman,12/11/5 by Matt Yost
Craig Should Retire Idaho Statesman,12/11/5 by Don Weatherhead
Senator's Tack on Salmon: Just Kill the Messenger The News Tribune, 12/9/5 by Staff
Fish Passage Center to Close its Doors Capital Press, 12/9/5 by Mitch Lies
Salmon Insanity Green Scissors,12/9/5 by Staff
Wanted: Agency to Take Over Salmon Monitoring Seattle Times, 12/8/5 by Hal Bernton
Witnesses Stand Up for Fish Count The Register-Guard, 12/8/5 by William McCall
Craig Helps Cut Funding for Fish Passage Center Idaho Statesman,12/5/5 by Rocky Barker
Ignorance Adds Extra Costs to Salmon Recovery The Daily News, 12/2/5 by Editorial Staff
Zeroing Out the Messenger The Washington Post, 11/30/5 by Blaine Harden
 
Foe of Dam Breaching Does an About-Face Spokesman Review,12/8/5 by Betsy Russell
We All Can Learn from Expert's Change of Heart Idaho Statesman,12/9/5 by Editorial Staff
 
American Rivers Opposes more Water for Irrigation Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/8/5 by Nicholas Geranios
 
Judge to Hear Salmon Arguments Capital Press, 12/9/5 by Mitch Lies
Judge Redden Could Include Breaching Wheat Life, 11/5 by WA Wheat Comm.
 
Class Saves Energy to Save Salmon ID Mountain Express, 11/18/5 by Megan Thomas
 
The expedition of Lewis and Clark -- Sid and Norm ... Seattle Times,11/6/5 by Lynda Mapes
 
Leaders Must Act Now to Avoid Severe Energy Crisis PS Business Journal, 11/18/5 by Agnew & Ganske
Fishing for a Dam Solution in Court The Daily Inter Lake, 11/16/5 by Editorial Staff
Snake River Dams: Not a Judge's Decision Tri-City Herald, 11/8/5 by Ryan Wright
Dam Breaching a Tricky Topic at Political Forum BPA Watch, 11/2/5 by Sandra Lee
Risk to Dams Leaves Mid-Columbia Helpless Tri-City Herald, 11/1/5 by Editorial Staff
Salmon War Surfaces At Boise Fish Conference NW Fishletter, 10/24/5 by Bill Rudolph
 
Tribes End Objections to Water Settlement Capital Press, 11/4/5 by Associated Press
 
Power Council: Dam, Fish Plan Would Raise Bills The Missoulian,11/25/5 by Michael Jamison
Balance Needed on ANWR, Dam Spillage Issues The Chronicle,11/25/5 by Staff
Judge Asked to Help Salmon by Filling NW Rivers Environmental News Service,11/2/5 by Staff
Advocates Ask Judge for More Water Over Dams San Diego Union-Tribune,10/31/5 by Jeff Barnard
 
NW Salmon Face Same Fate as in NE, England University WA News, 10/6/5 by Vince Stricherz
 
Debate Over Who Counts Salmon is Only Distraction Idaho Statesman, 11/16/5 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Center Should Ascend from Ashes of Bill BPA Watch, 11/12/5 by Eric Barker
ID Center Recommends Fish Center Cuts in Oregon Gazette-Times, 11/12/5 by Associated Press
Tribes Write Senators to Save Fish Passage Center NW Fishletter, 10/24/5 by Bill Rudolph
Survival Study from FPC Ignores NMFS' Concerns NW Fishletter, 10/24/5 by Bill Rudolph
Fish Study Center Losing Funding The Oregonian, 10/18/5 by Joe Rojas-Burke
That's Advocacy, Not Fish Science BPA Watch, 9/27/5 by Senator Larry Craig
 
Craig Offers Bogus, Exaggerated Claims Idaho Statesman, 9/24/5 R.L. "Nick" Nicholson
 
Don't Dam Huggers Prefer Fish Spills to Breaching? BPA Watch, 9/16/5 by Jim Fisher
Salmon Advocates Say Spills Succeeded The Oregonian, 9/12/5 by Joe Rojas-Burke
 
It's the Final Stretch for Idaho's Quarter Design Idaho Statesman, 9/27/5 by Tim Woodward
 
Judge: 'Speeching' Won't Avoid Breaching The Dams NW Fishletter, 10/24/5 by Bill Rudolph
Latest Champions for Northwest's Salmon Christian Science Monitor,10/21/5 Brad Knickerbocker
Judge Demands Agencies Help Salmon at Dams The Oregonian, 10/8/5 by Michael Milstein
 
Lawsuits Take Issue with Canadian Salmon Fishing Seattle Post-Intelligencer,11/15/5 by Associated Press
Politicians Get Earful On Salmon Harvest NW Fishletter, 10/24/5 by Bill Rudolph
Groups Want New Fish Treaty News Tribune, 9/26/5 by Les Blumenthal
 
Sharp Words at Salmon Session Capital Press, 10/14/5 by Patricia McCoy
Not All Players Anteing Up in NW Salmon Stakes Capital Press, 10/14/5 by Dirk Kempthorne
Salmon Recovery Must Address All H's Capital Press, 10/14/5 by Patricia McCoy
 
Feds Get 1 Year to Create Plan to Help Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer,10/1/5 by Brad Cain
Salmon Advocates Sue Over Reservoir Plan Seattle Post-Intelligencer,9/30/5 by Christopher Smith
 
Dam Breaching Gets a Surprise Endorsement High Country News, 9/19/5 by Rocky Barker
 
Endangered Species: A Law That Works Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/11/5 by Editorial Board
Landmark Environment Law in Peril Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/6/5 by Robert McClure
ESA Reform Battle Heats Up Idaho Farm Bureau Quarterly, 8/5 by Sean Ellis
Requiem for an Office The Bulletin, 9/5 by Chris Mooney
 
Population Numbers May Doom Salmon Los Angeles Times, 9/6/5 by Jeff Barnard
 
The Snake River, Unplugged Boise Weekly, 9/7/5 by Rachel Odell
ID Must Find Ways to Replace Power from Dams Idaho Statesman, 9/4/5 by Editorial Staff
Saving Salmon, Saving Grace -- Busting Dams Dissident Voice, 8/31/5 by Paul Haeder
This is a Good Year to Honor Promises Seattle Post-Intelligencer,8/30/5 by Pat Ford
Discuss All Salmon Options to Shape Middle Ground Times-News, 8/24/5 by Editorial Staff
 
Warm Ocean Conditions Affect Salmon Returns ID Mountain Express, 8/31/5 by Steve Benson
Stanley Festival Focuses on Saving Salmon ID Mountain Express, 8/26/5 by Steve Benson
 
Montana Intervenes in Salmon Recovery Case Billings Gazette, 9/1/5 by Staff
Montana Joins Salmon Lawsuit Billings Gazette, 8/25/5 by Associated Press
State to Intervene in Salmon Protection Case Billings Gazette, 8/24/5 by Sarah Cooke
 
Semanko Uses Politics Not Science Idaho Statesman, 8/23/5 by Barry Ross
Resurrect the Salmon Idaho Statesman, 8/22/5 a Wayne de la Motte
 
Breaching Dams Would Harm Man, Nature Capital Press, 8/19/5 by Sen. Larry Craig
Pombo Rallies Rural Backing for Coming ESA Fight Capital Press, 8/26/5 by Mark Engler
Salmon Response: Gov. Dirk Kempthorne, R-Idaho Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Salmon Response: Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Salmon Response: Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Salmon Response: Rep. C.L. "Butch" Otter, R-Idaho Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Salmon Response: Rep. Mike Simpson, R-Idaho Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Salmon Response: Rep. Cathy McMorris, R-Wash Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Salmon Response: Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash. Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Salmon Response: Gov. Brian Schweitzer, D-Mont. Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 a Questionnaire
Negotiating Means Talking About All Options Idaho Statesman, 8/7/5 by Editorial Staff
Statesman's 1-Sided View on Dam Breaching is Absurd Idaho Statesman, 8/6/5 by Norm Semanko
 
Heed the Expert's Words Daily Astorian, 8/15/5 by Editorial Staff
Well-known Biologist Reverses on Dam Breaching KTVB News, 8/11/5 by Alyson Outen
Dam Breaching gets Surprise Endorsement Tidepool, 8/17/5 by Rocky Barker
Expert Changes His Mind: Dams Should Come Down Idaho Statesman, 8/9/5 by Rocky Barker
In Switch, Scientist Backs Dam Removal Seattle Times, 8/10/5 by Associated Press
ID Biologist: Dam Breaching Will Save Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer,8/9/5 by Associated Press
 
Salmon Stay, Dams Go; Dams Stay, Salmon Go ID Mountain Express, 8/17/5 by Dick Dorworth
Idaho Shouldn't Have a Two-Bit Quarter Idaho State Journal, 8/11/5 by Editorial Staff
 
Bush Admin. Gambles on Dams, and Loses BPA Watch, 6/1/5 by Jim Fisher
Don't Waste Resources BPA Watch, 3/28/5 by Dick Sherwin
Salmon Wasted BPA Watch, 3/20/5 by Robert L. Parrett Jr.
What Dams Cost Us BPA Watch, 3/9/5 by Steve Evans
Liberal Foolery BPA Watch, 3/20/5 by Bill Hauf
Untruths About Dams BPA Watch, 3/20/5 by Les Wigen
The Tribe Spends Its Salmon Dollars to Region's Benefit BPA Watch, 3/27/5 by David P. Johnson
Small Town Idaho Mayors Want Return of Fish Runs BPA Watch, 3/23/5 by Associated Press
Sho-Bans Threaten Suit BPA Watch, 3/9/5 by Dean Ferguson
Orofino Chamber Fights Indians in the Name of Water BPA Watch, 2/22/5 by Ron Hanes
Fish Stories Lure Investors BPA Watch, 2/9/5 by Dean Ferguson
Not So Green BPA Watch, 2/17/5 by Brendan O'Neill
George W. Bush, the Accidental Environmentalist BPA Watch, 1/29/5 by Patrick McGann
Simplistic BPA Watch, 1/21/5 by Delbert Matson
Breach Dworshak? BPA Watch, 4/5/5 by Phil Wright
Towns Won't be Compensated for Draining Dworshak BPA Watch, 1/18/5 by Dean Ferguson
A Shameful Legacy BPA Watch, 1/6/5 by Duke K. Parkening
 
Seeking to Overturn ID Senator's Salmon-counting Cut Seattle Post-Intelligencer,7/26/5 by Associated Press
NW Leaders Petition House to Save Fish Agency Idaho Statesman, 7/25/5 Rocky Barker
 
Norton says Dam Removal is Model Plan Idaho Statesman, 7/24/5 by Rocky Barker
NW Can Learn from Removal of Maine Dam Idaho Statesman, 7/24/5 by Editorial Staff
Is It Fair to Compare the Kennebec to the Snake River? Idaho Statesman, 7/24/5 Rocky Barker
 
Court Rejects Salmon Recovery Effort BASS Times, 8/5 by John Hay Rabb
Court Upholds Fish Passage Ruling Intl. Water Power, 7/27/5 by Staff
Judge Orders Spillway Increase Intl. Water Power, 6/14/5 by Staff
Court Upholds Spills at 5 Dams to Help Salmon Seattle Times, 7/27/5 by Warren Cornwall
 
Federal Judge has Bilked Ratepayers with Ruling on Fish The Chronicle, 7/22/5 by Editorial Staff
Judge's Ruling will Hurt Salmon, Push Up Power Bills The Chronicle, 7/21/5 by Lewis County PUD
This Case is About Saving a Species Idaho State Journal, 7/21/5 by Editorial Staff
Feigned Concern? ID Mountain Express, 7/20/5 by Editorial Staff
Snake Dam-spillage Case Back in Court Seattle Times, 7/14/5 by Hal Bernton
Bush Administration Asks Court to Junk Salmon Order The Olympian, 7/14/5 by Associated Press
 
Celilo's Cultural Centerpiece The Oregonian, 7/17/5 by Eric Mortenson
 
Taking Tough Stands in Stride The Oregonian, 7/11/5 by Joe Rojas-Burke
 
Comparison is Invalid The Daily News, 7/6/5 by Courtney Sherwood
Cowlitz PUD Joins Spat Over Salmon vs. Power The Daily News, 6/30/5 by Ruth Deery
 
Judge Ignores Science in Salmon Ruling Capital Press, 7/1/5 by Rep. Doc Hastings
Failed Dam Policies Idaho Statesman, 7/7/5 by Brett Crow
Get Past Hysteria Idaho Statesman, 7/7/5 by Tom Shores
Dams of Little Benefit Idaho Statesman, 7/7/5 by Bill Erickson
Power, Not Dams Idaho Statesman, 7/3/5 by Brett Crow
Let's Tear Down Dams Idaho Statesman, 7/3/5 by Raymond Bowden
 
Ostrich Diplomacy Idaho Statesman, 7/7/5 by John Thiel
Don't Twist Science for Political Ends Daily Astorian, 7/5/5 by Editorial Staff
Sen. Craig has Turned His Back on Idaho's Salmon Idaho Statesman, 7/3/5 by Editorial Staff
If You Hate Message, Kill the Messenger Idaho State Journal, 7/1/5 by Editorial Staff
Senator's Salmon Solution: Hide the Facts ID Mountain Express, 7/1/5 by Editorial Staff
Supporting Senator Craig on Fish Passage Center Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/1/5 by John McKern
Escalating the Salmon Wars Post Register, 6/29/5 by Editorial Board
Salmon: Protect the Evidence Seattle Post-Intelligencer,6/29/5 by Editorial Board
Larry Craig Targets Fish Passage Center Electricity Daily, 6/28/5 by Staff
Senator Targets Portland Center in Salmon Flap Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/25/5 by Matthew Daly
Senate Panel Orders BPA to Cease FPC Funding Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/24/5 by Staff
Craig Rider Would Halt Salmon Studies BPA Watch, 6/24/5 by Eric Barker
Senator Aims to Kill Agency That Tracks Salmon The Washington Post, 6/23/5 by Blaine Harden
 
Scientists Unhappy with Fisheries Agency The Washington Post, 7/2/5 by Blaine Harden
NOAA Scientists say Reports Altered Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/28/5 by Jeff Barnard
 
Idaho Politicians Push for New Court Idaho State Journal, 6/29/5 by Dan Boyd
 
BPA Consultant Gets $350,000, But for What? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/20/5 by Charles Pope
 
Water Release is Show of Good Faith at Right Time Idaho Statesman, 6/24/5 by Editorial Staff
 
Future of Salmon Leads to Dispute Over Federal Dams The Washington Post, 7/2/5 by Blaine Harden
Stern Censure of Bush Salmon Follies Raises Hackles The Indian Country, 7/1/5 by Jean Johnson
Good Dam Decision Chinook Observer, 6/29/5 by Editorial Staff
Riley Plans to Lead Chinese Officials through Area Columbia Basin Herald, 6/30/5 by Matthew Weaver
This Fight Must be Settled Daily Astorian, 6/23/5 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Policy: Fish or Cut Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer,6/23/5 by Editorial Board
Judge Pulls the Plug on Bush and Helps Salmon The Independent, UK, 6/23/5 by David Usborne
Court Won't Stop Spill Over Four Dams Seattle Times, 6/22/5 by Hal Bernton
Court Upholds Water Spill for Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/22/5 by Lisa Stiffler
Government Files Final Rebuttal in Salmon Appeal Seattle Times, 6/21/5 by Hal Bernton
For Salmon, a Crucial Moment of Decision High Country News, 6/13/5 by Rocky Barker
 
Environmental Group Argues to Support Spill The Oregonian, 6/19/5 by Associated Press
Spill Plan May Dry Up Tri-City Herald, 6/16/5 by Anna King
Feds Seek Order Stopping Spill to Help Salmon The Oregonian, 6/16/5 by Jeff Barnard
Feds: Judge Wrong to Order Spill BPA Watch, 6/16/5 by Eric Barker
Federal Agencies Urge Appeal of Salmon Ruling Seattle Post-Intelligencer,6/15/5 by Associated Press
Legal Challenges Loom in Wake of Salmon Ruling Idaho Statesman, 6/15/5 by Rocky Barker
Agencies Call for Appeal of Ruling on Dams BPA Watch, 6/14/5 by Eric Barker
 
The NW Salmon Win an Upstream Fight Los Angeles Times, 6/19/5 by Paul VanDevelder
Fish Runs: Judge Right to Spill Water Seattle Post-Intelligencer,6/16/5 by Editorial Board
Spill at Last for the Columbia Hillsboro Argus, 6/16/5 by Lance Fisher
Saving Salmon Means Uptick in Power Rates The News Tribune, 6/15/5 by Editorial Staff
Judge's Ruling on Dam Flow will Aid Salmon Migration Idaho State Journal, 6/14/5 by Editorial Staff
One-man Rule in Salmon Case Democrat-Herald, 6/14/5 by Editorial Staff
Salmon vs. Dam Debate Sharpens Seattle Times, 6/13/5 by Editorial Staff
Grande Ronde River has Everything -- But Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/13/5 by Joel Connelly
Numbers Show Salmon's Fate isn't Predictable Idaho Statesman, 6/12/5 by Editorial Staff
Water Traffic Won't be Affected by Order BPA Watch, 6/11/5 by Dean Ferguson
 
How West Was, is Won BPA Watch, 6/13/5 by Gary Lane
Problem is in Ocean BPA Watch, 6/13/5 by Bill Hauf
Without Dams, Desert BPA Watch, 6/12/5 by Roy Kennedy
Public Excluded BPA Watch, 6/12/5 by Heather Stout
Lacked Objectivity BPA Watch, 6/12/5 by Leigh Winowiecki
Loyalty: Idaho Delegation Protects WA Interests Couer d'Alene Press, 6/12/5 by Dick Dahlgren
Turnabout; We Can Rein in Federal Judges BPA Watch, 6/12/5 by Norm Semanko
 
Nez Perce 'Warriors' who Fought for Fishing Rights Idaho Statesman, 6/14/5 by Tim Woodward
 
AFS Report Critiques Science in BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/10/5 by Staff
 
Water Order Won't Affect Local Dams The Daily Inter Lake, 6/18/5 by Jim Mann
Judge Orders Water Spill for Salmon ID Mountain Express, 6/15/5 by Greg Stahl
A Surplus of Contention, If Not Water Spokesman Review, 6/14/5 by Bert Caldwell
Governor Joins Critics of Salmon Ruling Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/11/5 by Robert McClure
Judge Orders More Water for Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/11/5 by Rocky Barker
Judge Orders Heavy Spills for Salmon The Oregonian, 6/11/5 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Judge Orders Increased Spills on Snake & Columbia San Diego Union-Tribune, 6/10/5 by Joseph Frazier
Spill Water Over Dams, Judge Orders Seattle Times, 6/11/5 by Hal Bernton
To Aid Salmon, Judge may Order Dams to Spill More Seattle Post-Intelligencer,6/10/5 McClure & Stiffler
Judge Favors Bigger Spills to Aid Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/9/5 by Rukmini Callimachi
 
Let's Work with Decision to Find Way to Save Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/16/5 by Nick Nicholson
Choose Facts Over Myth and Remove Snake Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/15/5 by Amy Souers Kober
Electrical Power: Fish vs. Economy Tri-City Herald, 6/12/5 by Bruce Trachte
A Real Working River Idaho Statesman, 6/12/5 by Amy Souers Kober
Time for New Ideas Idaho Statesman, 6/12/5 by Brian Schreiner
Crucial Hydropower Idaho Statesman, 6/12/5 by Larry Rupp
This May Not Be the Last Chapter in Salmon Battle Idaho Statesman, 6/11/5 by Editorial Staff
Salmon vs. Predators Capital Press, 6/10/5 by Carlisle Harrison
Fish Haven't Been Fighting Structures for 60 Years Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/9/5 by Gordon Macdougall
Dry Side Needs Dams to Keep Rates Reasonable Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/9/5 by Paul Chartrand
Removing Dams Protect Salmon in Wilderness Idaho Statesman, 6/10/5 by Reed Burkholder
Any Long-termf Solution Must Represent All Interests Idaho Statesman, 6/9/5 by Rod Sando
Governors, Don't Keep Salmon Planning a Secret Idaho Statesman, 6/9/5 by Editorial Staff
Fixing or Breaching Dams Would Benefit Idaho Idaho Statesman, 6/8/5 by Ed Chaney
Dams Devastate Salmon Runs The Oregonian, 6/8/5 by Joel Kawahara
Remove Dams, Create Jobs, Solve Problems Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/7/5 by Todd Sloan
Stop Studying Problem, Put Dam Removal on Table The News Tribune, 6/7/5 by Susan Cierebiej-Kanzler
Administration's Record More Than a Little Fishy The News Tribune, 6/6/5 by Carolyn King
We will Save Our Salmon by Investing in Innovation Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Patricia Barclay
Salmon are Our Heritage & Should've Been Inheritance Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Kristin & Mark Troy
An Enlightened Era? Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Rich Howard
We Can Have Both Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Jeffrey G. Nesset
Breaching Won't Happen; Seek a Needed Consensus Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Joe Stegner
Recovery Plan must Protect Dams -- and Their Benefits Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by John J. Williams
It's Time to Fight for All that Wild Salmon Represent Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Editorial Staff
Dam Removal is Not a Radical Idea Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Bill Sedivy
Our Children Cannot Afford the Status Quo Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Rebecca Miles
Tribes' Fishing Practices, Not Dams, Are the Problem Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/5/5 by Bob Mehr
'Fish Worship' Promotes Illogical Dislike for Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/5/5 by Dennis Rohn
How $6 Billion Can Churn the Economy Seattle Times, 6/4/5 by Michael Garrity
 
Bush Seeks Expansion of Offshore Fish Farms Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/8/5 by Robert McClure
 
Officials Rehash Salmon Plan Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Rocky Barker
Competing Interests Complicate Finding a Way Idaho Statesman, 6/5/5 by Rocky Barker
Clash Over Uses of Snake, Columbia Rivers Seattle Post-Intelligencer,6/7/5 by Associated Press
Snake River Hearing Renews Debate on Dams BPA Watch, 6/7/5 by Eric Barker
Activists Bring Potent Symbols, Strong Words BPA Watch, 6/7/5 by Eric Barker
Congress Considers Changing the ESA KBCI TV, 6/6/5 by Dan Barth
 
Hastings: Appeal Court's Hydro Power Ruling Daily Record, 6/4/5 by Mike Johnston
 
Shrinking Columbia Changing Face of Northwest Salt Lake Tribune, 6/5/5 by Shannon Dininny
The Same River Twice Tidepool, 5/31/5 by Seth Zuckerman
 
House Committee to Hold Hearing in Clarkston PNWA Nor'wester, 5/24/5 by Glenn Vanselow
 
Judge Rejects Federal Salmon Plan Blue Oregon, 6/1/5 by Bill Bakke
The Judge, Salmon and You Wenatchee World, 6/1/5 by Tracy Warner
A Win for Salmon ID Mountain Express, 6/1/5 by Editorial Staff
Once More, with Feeling Daily Astorian, 5/31/5 by Editorial Staff
Judge Rules Government's Salmon Plan Illegal Spero News, 5/30/5 by Robert Duncan
Salmon: Facing the Dam Question Seattle Post-Intelligencer,5/29/5 by Editorial Board
Salmon Recovery, a Dam-site Better Seattle Times, 5/29/5 by Editorial Staff
Feds Lose Bad Gamble on NW Salmon Plan The News Tribune, 5/29/5 by Editorial Staff
Bumping Into the Dams, Again The Oregonian, 5/29/5 by Editorial Staff
A Win for Salmon The Register-Guard, 5/29/5 by Editorial Staff
Judge Made the Right Call in Rejecting Feds' Fish Plan Idaho Statesman, 5/28/5 by Editorial Staff
 
Govt. Shirked Its Duty to Wild Fish, a Judge Rules New York Times, 5/27/5 by Felicity Barringer
Judge says Bush Salmon Plan Ignores Impact of Dams Seattle Times, 5/27/5 by Welch & Bernton
Judge Rips Federal Salmon Plan The Oregonian, 5/27/5 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Judge Kills Bush's Plan for Dams and Salmon Idaho Statesman, 5/27/5 by Rocky Barker
Plan for Dams, Salmon Thrown Out Spokesman Review, 5/27/5 by Staff & Wire reports
Ruling Brings Mixed Reaction BPA Watch, 5/27/5 by Dean Ferguson
U.S. Judge Throws Out Columbia Dams Plan Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/27/5 by Jeff Barnard
 
Dams Losing Reason for Existence? ID Mountain Express, 5/25/5 by Editorial Staff
A Plan that Benefits Fish -- and Rural Communities Seattle Post-Intelligencer,5/22/5 by Bradford & Masonis
Salmon Policy Defies Science and Economics ID Mountain Express, 5/20/5 by J. Robb Brady
Dams Only Part of the Problem The Oregonian, 5/9/5 by Norman E. Ritchie
Make 'River Lions' Fair Game The Oregonian, 5/9/5 by Kerry Crandall
Hydro Dams Idaho State Journal, 5/6/5 by Reed Burkholder
Thank the Barges, the Engineers and the Scientists Wheat Life, 5/5 by Robert Stokes
 
Enforce the Endangered Species Act Seattle Post-Intelligencer,5/19/5 by Michael Grayum
House Told ESA Burdens Co-Op Power Suppliers NW Fishletter, 5/12/5 by Lynn Francisco
Electric CEO Testifies on Need to Modernize ESA Glendale News, 5/5/5 by Greg Walden
 
Future of Dams Awaits Federal Judge's May Ruling The Oregonian, 4/28/5 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Judge Hears Salmon-recovery Case Seattle Post-Intelligencer,4/28/5 by Rukmini Callimachi
 
The Mystery of the Disappearing Salmon The Indian Country, 5/12/5 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Run Mysteriously Failing in NW Intl. Herald Tribune, 5/12/5 by Felicity Barringer
ID Considers Ending Snake River Salmon Season Idaho Statesman, 5/3/5 by Rocky Barker
We Want Salmon and Steelhead Recovered The News Tribune, 5/4/5 by Joseph Bogaard
Saving NW Salmon Before Last One is Hooked The News Tribune, 5/2/5 by Editorial Staff
Mystery of the Missing Salmon MSNBC ,5/3/5 by K.C. Johnston
If Salmon Go, So Will Orcas The Oregonian, 5/2/5 by Howard Garrett
Salmon Tell Us Good Times are Over Seattle Post-Intelligencer,4/24/5 by Mark Trahant
Property Rights and Fish Habitat Capital Press, 4/29/5 by Maxine Kiesling
Speedier Migration Idaho Statesman, 4/27/5 by Liz Hamilton
Remove the Dams Idaho Statesman, 4/27/5 by Rocky Barker
The Missing Salmon The Oregonian, 4/22/5 by Editorial Staff
Columbia River Treaty Tribes Take a Stand The Indian Country, 4/22/5 by Jean Johnson
Rancher Calls for Snake Dam Removal ID Mountain Express, 3/25/5 by Greg Stahl
Removing Lower Snake Dams will Save Salmon ID Mountain Express, 3/25/5 by John Peavey
 
Tribe OKs Water Pact Capital Press, 4/1/5 by Pat McCoy
Nez Perce Tribe Approves Historic Water Deal Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/29/5 by Rebecca Boone
Nez Perce Settlement Opposed Capital Press, 3/18/5 by T.J. Bruce
Shoshone-Bannock Wary of Nez Perce Deal Idaho State Journal, 2/23/5 by John O'Connell
Deadline Looms for State Water Deal Idaho Statesman, 3/28/5 Rocky Barker
Cigarette Tax Extension Benefits Water Deal Idaho Statesman, 3/24/5 by Gregory Hahn
Water Users Continue to Fight for Idaho Times-News, 3/23/5 by Norm Semanko
Bell Rapids Water Deal a Ripoff for Taxpayers Statesman Journal, 3/22/5 by Jon Marvel
 
Why Not Control Price Rise in Energy? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/24/5 by Bill Virgin
 
Salmon Recovery Plan Hits a Snag BPA Watch, 3/22/5 by Eric Barker
Coalition Seeks to Stop Bush Salmon Plan Gazette-Times, 3/22/5 by Associated Press
 
Fishermen Poets Bond at Oregon Gathering Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/27/5 by Joseph Frazier
 
Babbitt Confident Snake River Dams Will Come Down Capital Press, 3/18/5 by Sheryl Harris
Bush Has Responsibility to Protect Salmon The News Tribune, 3/13/5 by Jan Hasselman
Babbitt Tackles Salmon Blues Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/8/5 by Andy Porter
Dam Removal No 'Silver Bullet' for Salmon Recovery Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 3/8/5 by Andy Porter
Babbitt: Fix Economies not Dams BPA Watch, 3/7/5 by Eric Barker
Babbitt Thinks Snake River Dams Should Go KING5 News, 3/6/5 by Associated Press
Babbitt Relies on Old Propaganda Technique Capital Press, 2/25/5 by Dick Ducharme
Dam Buster Babbitt Capital Press, 2/18/5 by Jerome Hanson
Why Should ID Water be Used to Defend Dams? Idaho House Resources, 2/23/5 by John Peavey
 
Wyden gets BPA Help, Ends Threat The Oregonian, 3/17/5 by Jeff Kosseff
Congress Thwarts BPA Hike Bellingham Herald, 3/12/5 by Ellyn Ferguson
House, Senate Will Vote on Resolutions Next Week Statesman Journal, 3/12/5 by Ellyn Ferguson
NW Must Unplug Bush's BPA Rate Plan PS Business Journal, 3/11/5 by Reardon & Jay Inslee
Senators Block Plan to Boost NW Power Rates Seattle Times, 3/3/5 by Christopher Schwarzen
Bush Hopes to Force BPA Plan Bellingham Herald, 3/4/5 by Matthew Daly
Leave BPA's Rates Alone The Olympian, 3/4/5 by Editorial Staff
Energy Secretary: We Stand by Our Plans on BPA KATU.com, 3/3/5 by Associated Press
To the President about BPA Electricity Rates Alcoa Letter, 3/1(?)/5 by Jack A. Speer
Congress Must Defeat Bush's Plan for BPA The Olympian, 2/25/5 by Editorial Staff
Raising Rates Would Send Jobs Away The Oregonian, 2/18/5 by Doug Geisler
Imagine Effect on Economy The Oregonian, 2/18/5 by Fergus Pilon
Demand Dam Removal in Exchange The Oregonian, 2/18/5 by Brent Bolton
Wyden Warns Bush Over BPA Mail Tribune, 2/13/5 by Paul Fattig
Electric CEO Testifies on Need to Modernize ESA Glendale News, 5/5/5 by Greg Walden
Walden Firm Against PNW Power Rate Increases Bend.com, 2/9/5 by News Sources
Bush's Budget Would Slash Farm, BPA Subsidies Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/8/5 by Charles Pope
 
Locke Becomes Partner with Law Firm Seattle Post-Intelligencer,2/16/5 by Chris McGann
Johnson Retires After Long BPA Career The Oregonian, 2/15/5 by Associated Press
 
Bring Salmon Back from Brink, West Urges Bush Enviro News Service, 2/10/5 by Staff
Indian Tribes Feel Government Creep Seattle Post-Intelligencer,2/9/5 by Joseph Frazier
Fighting Upstream Battle? The Oregonian, 2/7/5 by Hugo Kugiya
A Commitment to Ensure Survival of Salmon Seattle Times, 2/3/5 Action Agencies
 
Salmon Survival Game Plays Out on Board The Oregonian, 1/27/5 by Jim Kadera
 
Orofino Chamber: Color Us Skeptical BPA Watch, 3/4/5 by Eric Barker
Controversy Rears in Nez Perce Agreement Debate Capital Press, 2/25/5 by Patricia McCoy
Nez Perce Hearing Draws Hundreds Times-News, 2/23/5 by Associated Press
Water-rights Pact with Tribe Mulled Spokesman Review, 2/20/5 by Betsy Z. Russell
Kamiah Man: Not All in Tribe Support SRBA BPA Watch, 1/27/5 by Megan Patrick
Should "Farm" Stay in Idaho Farm Bureau? Boise Weekly, 1/26/5 by Lloyd Hicks
Water Deal is Good for Idaho Idaho Statesman, 1/23/5 by Staff
Nez Perce Agreement Threatens Property Rights Idaho Statesman, 1/12/5 by Frank Priestley
Legislature Must Decide on Water Agreement Idaho Statesman, 1/6/5 Rocky Barker
 
Stanley Supports CIEDRA, Salmon Recovery The Challis Messenger, 1/20/5 by Todd Adams
 
Cooperation Key to Salmon Recovery Capital Press, 1/28/5 by Staff
Governor Defends Environment The Oregonian, 1/16/5 by Avalyn Taylor
Abundant Fish? It's Not Likely Corvalis Gazette-Times, 1/15/5 by Editorial Staff
Governor Threatens Suit Over Salmon The Oregonian, 1/15/5 by Joe Rojas-Burke
State Will Sue about Federal Dam Policy Statesman Journal, 1/15/5 by Beth Casper
Oregon to Sue Feds Over Fish-Hydro Stance Bend.com, 1/14/5 by News Sources
Comments on Environment Draw Partisan Reactions Statesman Journal, 1/11/5 by Beth Casper
Governor Blasts Federal Salmon Efforts The World, 1/11/5 by Jeff Barnard
 
Humans' Role on Earth The New York Times, 1/18/5 by Ralph Averill
Views on Wild, Hatchery Salmon Don't Make Sense Idaho Statesman, 1/13/5 by Norm Semanko
 
Bush Policy Criticism Doesn't Make Sense Los Angeles Times, 1/11/5 by Tony Nordick
Science, Economics Point this Way The Oregonian, 1/10/5 by Kevin O'Brien
Argument on Dams Convincing The Oregonian, 1/10/5 by Kevin O'Brien
Breaching Dams is No Answer for Salmon The Oregonian, 1/7/5 by Glenn Vanselow
Are Dams Here to Stay? ID Mountain Express, 1/5/5 by Scott Levy
 
California Energy Official Sees No Crisis Repeat Contra Costa Times, 1/3/5 by Rick Jurgens
 

2004

Shred the Roadmap to Salmon Extinction Los Angeles Times, 12/30/4 by Bruce Babbitt
Bush Team Delivers Two Blows to Salmon The Columbian, 12/28/4 by Tammy Mackey
Bush Abandons Salmon Restoration Dissident Voice, 12/28/4 by Daniel Bacher
 
Fishing Groups Plan Legal Fight in Dam Decision The Oregonian, 12/22/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
 
Hatchery Fish are No Substitute for Wild Idaho Statesman, 12/15/4 by Editorial Staff
 
Effort to Weaken US Endangered Species Law Environmental News Net, 1/7/5 by Judith Crosson
Hope Seen for Reform of Endangered Species Act Capital Press, 12/31/4 by Chip Power
Western Governors Call for Reform of ESA Capital Press, 12/17/4 by Associated Press
Common Sense Goal for ESA Regs Capital Press, 11/17/4 by Patricia McCoy
Environmental Issues Out of Balance Capital Press, 10/22/4 by Patricia McCoy
ESA Conflicts Mulled at Conference in Boise Capital Press, 10/29/4 by Terrell Williams
Workshop Mulls Dilemma of ESA Capital Press, 10/15/4 by Terrell Williams
Idaho Seeks to Bolster Image Beyond Spuds Capital Press, 9/24/4 by Dave Wilkins
Stop the Spiral of Eco-Lawsuits Capital Press, 7/23/4 by Staff
 
Restoring Elwha Could Change Public Thinking Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/12/4 Elizabeth Grossman
Drilling Refuge Won't Help as much as Wind Power Idaho State Journal, 12/1/4 by Editorial Staff
Bush's Vision: a New Environment Los Angeles Times, 11/12/4 by Shogren & Weiss
Court Throws Out Indian Trust Plan Casper Star Tribune, 12/12/4 by John Heilprin
Wasted Energy Barron's, 12/13/4 by Thomas G. Donlan
Heating Up at Last? The Economist, 12/9/4 by Staff
Bush Wants Increased Thinning in National Forests Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/10/4 by Associated Press
 
Demos Poised to Seize Water (and Power) in WA Capital Press, 12/31/4 by James Buchal
Locke Presents Salmon Plan The Columbian, 12/16/4 by Erik Robinson
Locke to Unveil Salmon-Saving Plan The Columbian, 12/11/4 by Erik Robinson
Pombo Wants Home-State Support for ESA Rewrite Capital Press, 12/3/4 by Associated Press
Elected Leaders in NW Need to Take Strong Stand Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/19/4 by Rob Masonis
 
AFS Approves Tribes' Call for BiOp Review NW Fishletter, 12/7/4 by Bill Rudolph
Targeting Proposed ESA Hatchery, Relisting Policy NW Fishletter, 12/7/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Keep Federal Government on the Hook for Salmon The News Tribune, 12/25/4 by Kell McAboy
We Have a Responsibility to Wild Salmon The News Tribune, 12/25/4 by Cathea Stanley
Administration Undermines Salmon Recovery, Again The News Tribune, 12/19/4 by Alex Uber
Bush Investments, Plans Working for Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/19/4 Conrad Lautenbacher
Business Has an Interest in Sustaining Salmon The News Tribune, 12/19/4 by Joan G. Harris
Saving the Salmon Boston Globe, 12/19/4 by Editorial Staff
Bush Abandons Salmon Restoration Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/17/4 by Dan Bacher
Salmon Plan Lays an Egg The News Tribune, 12/12/4 by Jeff Morton
What's a Salmon Stream without Salmon? Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/12/4 by Mark Trahant
Stick to Making Progess, Not Arguing, for Salmon Portland Bus. Journal, 12/10/4 Shauna McReynolds
Are Salmon in Limbo? ID Mountain Express, 12/10/4 by Scott Levy
No Relief for Salmon in Bush Regimen The Indian Country, 12/9/4 by Editorial Staff
New Federal Salmon Plan Abandons Recovery The Oregonian, 12/9/4 by Phil Jensen
Revised Hydro BiOp Released; Litigation Expected NW Fishletter, 12/7/4 by Bill Rudolph
Feds Propose Huge Cuts in Critical Fish Habitat NW Fishletter, 12/7/4 by Bill Rudolph
Targeting Proposed ESA Hatchery, Relisting Policy NW Fishletter, 12/7/4 by Bill Rudolph
Mixed Signals on Salmon Tri-City Herald, 12/7/4 by Editorial Staff
New Risks for Salmon The New York Times, 12/6/4 by Editorial Staff
NOAA say Snake Dams Should Stay ID Mountain Express, 12/3/4 by Greg Stahl
Admin. Rules that Dams Don't Jeopardize' Salmon ID Mountain Express, 9/3/4 by Greg Stahl
Bush Pushes Northwest Into Unthinkable Corner BPA Watch, 12/3/4 by Patrick McGann
New Bush Salmon Plan is Just Bad Medicine BPA Watch, 12/2/4 by Patrick McGann
Removing Critical Habitat Protections is a Bad Idea Idaho State Journal, 12/2/4 by Editorial Staff
Bush's Other 'War' Attacks Increase ID Mountain Express, 12/3/4 by Editorial Staff
It's Public's Turn Now Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/2/4 by Editorial Board
Flip-Flop on Salmon Habitat Raises Questions Idaho Statesman, 12/2/4 by Editorial Staff
Bush vs. Salmon: New Moves Undermine Recovery The Register-Guard, 12/2/4 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Approach has been Tried - and Failed Seattle Times, 12/2/4 David Montgomery
Bush Plan on Dams Rekindles Salmon Debate Christian Science Monitor,12/2/4 Brad Knickerbocker
Fish Agency Lets Dams Off Hook The Columbian, 12/1/4 by Erik Robinson
There is No Environmental Crisis Wheat Life, 10/4 by Robert Stokes
 
Slow-Fading Salmon San Francisco Chronicle, 12/2/4 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Habitats Face Cuts, to be Reduced 80% San Francisco Chronicle, 12/1/4 by Glen Martin
Salmon Refuges may be Curbed Sacramento Bee, 12/1/4 by David Whitney
Salmon and Steelhead May Lose Protections Los Angeles Times, 12/1/4 by Kenneth Weiss
An 80% Cutback in Protected Salmon Habitat Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/1/4 by Robert McClure
Plan Casts Off Protection for Large Areas of Habitat The Oregonian, 12/1/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Feds Propose 80 Percent Cut in Salmon Habitat Corvalis Gazette-Times, 12/1/4 by Jeff Barnard
Bush Seeks to Shrink Habitat, Keep Dams Intact The Register-Guard, 12/1/4 by AP & NY Times
Bush to Dramatically Reduce Areas for Salmon Seattle Times, 12/1/4 by Craig Welch
 
Less Salmon, More Dammin' Grist Magazine by Staff
U.S. Rules Out Dam Removal to Aid Salmon The New York Times, 12/1/4 by Felicity Barringer
Dropping Dam Removal from Plan Angers Critics Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/1/4 by Lisa Stiffler
Bush Proposes Salmon Plans Tri-City Herald, 12/1/4 by Les Blumenthal
 
Save the Steelhead Salt Lake Tribune, 11/26/4 by John Weis
Salmon Relisted under ESA Seattle Post-Intelligencer,11/23/4 by Timothy Harris
Bush Admin. Moving Ahead on Forest and Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer,11/13/4 by Jeff Barnard
Draft BiOp Removes Dam Breaching from Table Wheat Life, November 2004 by Glen Squires
Remove Dams Focus Wheat Life, November 2004 by WWC Staff
Bush Proposal Not Good for Wild Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer,10/24/4 by Richard Simms
 
Farm Bureau Opposes Nez Perce Water Deal Capital Press, 12/17/4 by Associated Press
IFB Opposes Nez Perce Settlement Capital Press, 12/10/4 by Patricia R. McCoy
Growers Back Nez Perce Water Deal Capital Press, 12/17/4 by Dave Wilkins
Grain Producers Support Nez Perce Settlement Capital Press, 11/26/4 by Patricia R. McCoy
Congress Passes Nez Perce Water Settlement Native American Times, 11/29/4 by Staff
Water Deal Goes to Legislature, Tribe Idaho Statesman, 11/27/4 Rocky Barker
Grain Producers Vote Support for Nez Perce Settlement Capital Press, 11/26/4 by Patricia McCoy
Nez Perce Water Deal Progresses Times-News, 11/21/4 by AP & Staff
Water Rights Claim Goes to the President BPA Watch, 11/21/4 by Staff
Senate Passes Tribe's Water Rights Claim BPA Watch, 11/20/4 by Eric Barker
Farm Bureau Opposes Snake River Settlement BPA Watch, 10/18/4 by Staff
Water Deal Has Its Skeptics Idaho Statesman, 10/4/4 Rocky Barker
Water Rights Settlement Draws a Fight BPA Watch, 8/6/4 by Jodi Walker
How's That Again? BPA Watch, 8/15/4 by John Schurbon
Sounds Like Extortion to Me BPA Watch, 7/11/4 by John Schurbon
 
Kulongoski Appoints Dukes Capital Press, 11/26/4 by Staff
Co-op Rates Likely Will Fall Billings Gazette, 12/25/4 by Associated Press
State Senator Tapped for Power Council The Oregonian, 11/23/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Reichert, McMorris Ready for Life in Washington The Oregonian, 11/21/4 by Staff
BPA Names Environment VP Portland Bus. Journal, 10/26/4 by Staff
 
Common Sense Stands Up to Federal Nonsense BPA Watch, 10/18/4 by Patrick McGann
Bipartisan Letter Tackles Salmon Plan BPA Watch, 10/14/4 by Eric Barker
Groups Appeal to Bush to Rethink Salmon Plan BPA Watch, 10/8/4 by Eric Barker
Feds Playing Politics with Fish, Huffaker says BPA Watch, 10/7/4 by Eric Barker
What Happens When Science Makes No Sense? BPA Watch, 10/4/4 by Patrick McGann
Audience Questions Wild Fish Science BPA Watch, 10/1/4 by Eric Barker
 
Tribe Objects to Circuit Court Ruling on Dams BPA Watch, 10/6/4 by Staff
Court Upholds Dam Operations BPA Watch, 10/5/4 by Associated Press
After All That, Cows BPA Watch, 10/3/4 by Liz Chavez
 
More Scrutiny of Fish Passage Center NW Fishletter, 10/27/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Draft BiOp Generates Large Volume of Comments Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/29/4 by Bill Crampton
Baird: Modify Summer Dam Spills The Columbian, 10/15/4 by Staff
Federal Salmon Plan Assailed Seattle Post-Intelligencer,10/15/4 by Associated Press
Congressional Letters For and Against Draft BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin,10/15/4 by CBB Staff
Congressmen, Business Owners Battle Salmon Plan Times-News, 10/15/4 by Associated Press
F&G Chief Speaks Up Courageously on Salmon Idaho Statesman, 10/12/4 by Editorial Staff =
Dams Will Stand, Salmon Be Damned High Country News, 10/11/4 by Rebecca Clarren
Salmon and Science The New York Times, 10/9/4 by Editorial Staff
Pacific Fishery Council Expresses Serious Concern Letter to NOAA, 10/8/4 by Donald K. Hansen
Bush Policy Far More Balanced than Inslee Thinks Seattle Post-Intelligencer,10/7/4 by Timothy Harris
Bush No Friend of the Environment Seattle Post-Intelligencer,10/5/4 by Jay Inslee
Fishing, Outdoor Businesses Send Letter to Feds Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/1/4 by CBB Staff
Judge Redden Concerned About BiOp Remand Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/1/4 by Barry Espenson
 
9th Circuit Upholds Corps in Clean Water Case Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/8/4 by Bill Crampton
House OKs 9th Circuit Split Capital Press, 10/8/4 by Staff
 
Kerry Stepson Heinz Stumps in the Northwest The Columbian, 10/9/4 by Erik Robinson
Radio Advertisement in Southern Idaho Southern Idaho Radio Ad, 10/4 Coalition for ID Water
 
Umatilla Tribes File Notice of Intent to Sue DOE Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 10/6/4 by Shannon Dininny
 
Buffers Don't Help Fish Capital Press, 9/24/4 by David Robbins
 
Report: Feds Ordered Salmon Study Rewrite Miami Herald, 10/2/4 by Associated Press
 
Judge Questions Salmon Plan Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/29/4 by Matthew Daly
Federal Judge Casts Doubt on Salmon Plan Seattle Times, 9/29/4 by Matthew Daly
Judge Questions Federal Salmon Plan Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/28/4 by Matthew Daly
Judge Questions Validity of Bush's Salmon Dam Plan The World, 9/28/4 by Associated Press
Judge Challenges Plan on Dams The Oregonian, 9/28/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
 
Bush Switches Nation's Tack on Protecting Species Seattle Times, 9/27/4 by Craig Welch
US Moves to Cut Salmon Protections Boston Globe, 9/19/4 by Jessica Kowal
 
The Political Science of Salmon Recovery The Oregonian, 9/20/4 by Paul Vandevelder
BiOp Delayed to Re-Vamp Fall Chinook Analysis NW Fishletter, 9/7/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Fish Fabrications BPA Watch, 9/19/4 by Duke Parkening
Preserving Dams, Restoring Salmon The Oregonian, 9/18/4 by Editorial Staff
Boost Columbia Salmon Without Dam Removal Seattle Times, 9/16/4 by Editorial Staff
Bush Team Says 'No' to Breaching Snake Dams Waterways Journal, 9/14/4 by Editorial Staff
Fishing Community Speaks Out The Oregonian, 9/14/4 by Liz Hamilton
Word Games Over Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer,9/13/4 by Editorial Board
US Salmon Plan Slammed Green Consumer Guide, 9/13/4 by Staff
Beware Fish Biology Written by Federal Lawyers BPA Watch, 9/13/4 by Patrick McGann
Conservationists Reject Salmon Plan Times-News, 9/10/4 by Associated Press
Feds Change Rules for Saving Salmon BPA Watch, 9/10/4 by Eric Barker
New U.S. Salmon Plan Would Keep Dams Intact Seattle Post-Intelligencer,9/10/4 Staff & News Services
NOAA Fisheries Files Salmon Plan with Court BPA Watch, 9/10/4 by Associated Press
Feds Take Another Crack at Salmon-Dam Balance Bend.com, 9/9/4 by News Sources
Government: Big Dams Not A Threat to Salmon Corvalis Gazette-Times, 9/9/4 by Jeff Barnard
Salmon Take Another Political Hit ID Mountain Express, 9/8/4 by Editorial Staff
Bush Pledges Support for Farmers Insight Magazine, 9/8/4 by Hil Anderson
Feds: Dams Don't Endanger Fish Capital Press, 9/3/4 by Staff
(Listen) Conflict over WA State Dams and Salmon National Public Radio, 9/3/4 All Things Considered
Fed Decides Dams Don't Hurt Salmon After All Idaho State Journal, 9/2/4 by Editorial Staff
Govt. Declares Dams No Threat to Fish Survival BPA Watch, 9/1/4 by Eric Barker
Snake River Dams No Longer Threat to Salmon Corvalis Gazette-Times, 9/1/4 by Jeff Barnard
Environmentalists Slam Feds Dam Plans KBCI TV, 9/1/4 by Jon Hanian
New Plan Rules Out Dam Breaching Idaho Statesman, 9/1/4 Rocky Barker
Feds Conclude Dams Don't Jeopardize Salmon Seattle Times, 9/1/4 by Hal Bernton
Federal Fish-dam Opinion Revised The Columbian, 9/1/4 by Erik Robinson
Strategy on Dam Operations Won't Help Salmon Times-News, 9/1/4 by Associated Press
Draft Plan to Protect Salmon Will Be Delayed The Oregonian, 9/1/4 by Michelle Cole
U.S. Says It Won't Remove Dams The Washington Post, 9/1/4 by Blaine Harden
Pollsters Doubt Fish Rules Will Move Votes The Washington Post, 5/7/4 by Blaine Harden
 
NOAA to Hear Opinions on Fish Policy BPA Watch, 9/27/4 by Eric Barker
Scientists: Draft Policy on Hatchery Salmon Flawed Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/28/4 by Jeff Barnard
 
Remaking the Klickitat The Columbian, 8/29/4 by Erik Robinson
Fishing Dollars Show Need for Water Policy Balance ID Mountain Express, 8/6/4 by Scott Yates
 
BPA Talks Shaping Electricity in State Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/17/4 by Bill Virgin
 
Bush Supports Funds to Deepen Columbia Democrat-Herald, 8/14/4 by William McCall
Undaunted, Kerry Decides to Stay, Play in Oregon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/16/4 by Joel Connelly
John Kerry's Energy Policy; A Trio of Surprises The Economist, 8/12/4 by Staff
 
We're Better Off Without Barricades Portland Tribune, 8/13/4 by Charles Hudson
Breaching Just Doesn't Make Sense Portland Tribune, 8/13/4 by Glenn Vanselow
 
Walden ESA Proposal Offers Deceptive Sham Capital Press, 8/20/4 by Will Neuhauser
Policy, Reg Changes Needed to Administer ESA Capital Press, 8/20/4 by Patricia R. McCoy
Time to Update ESA Capital Press, 8/6/4 by Editorial Staff
 
Kitzhaber Creates a Policy Institute Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/6/4 by Jeff Barnard
Project Aims to Identify Ways to Restore Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/6/4 by CBB Staff
 
More Pesticides Could End Up in Your Food Statesman Journal, 8/6/4 by George Genevro
 
Biologists Optimistic about Sockeye Salmon KTVB News, 7/26/4 Steve Liebenthal
 
Fish Spills Backed by Appeals Court The Columbian, 8/14/4 by Kathie Durbin
Feds Want 9th Circuit to Overturn Spill Decision Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/6/4 by Barry Espenson
Bush Admin. Appeals Judge's Ruling on Fish Spills The Columbian, 8/5/4 by Staff
Appeals Court Asked to Stay Salmon Decision Times-News, 8/5/4 by Associated Press
 
Court Helps Fish The Columbian, 8/18/4 by Editorial Staff
The Right Decision at a Critical Time The Oregonian, 8/13/4 by Olney 'JP' Patt
Judge Walked Away from Electric Ratepayers Columbia Basin Herald, 8/5/4 by Don C. Brunell
Summer Heat: Just Give In? Democrat-Herald, 8/2/4 by HH
Rebuild Wild Salmon Stocks The Oregonian, 8/1/4 by Kyle Martin
Salmon Bring Jobs and Millions of Dollars The Oregonian, 8/1/4 by Herbert Goldhor
A Good Ruling that Kills a Bad Fish-killing Plan The News Tribune, 8/1/4 by Editorial Staff
Ruling Forces Feds to Keep Their Word on Salmon Idaho Statesman, 7/30/4 by Editorial Staff
U.S. Hydropower Output Hike Blocked Due to Fish Reuters Alert Net, 7/29/4 by Nigel Hunt
Court Ruling Favors Fish Over More Electricity Seattle Times, 7/29/4 by Hal Bernton
Judge Halts Plan to Reduce Dam Spills Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/29/4 by Associated Press
Water Release from Dam for Salmon Upheld Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/28/4 by William McCall
Ruling Favors Fish Corvalis Gazette-Times, 7/28/4 by William McCall
Dam-Spill Plan Backers Upset by Judge's Injunction Bend.com, 7/28/4 by News Sources
 
Fish Stories Get Better and Better Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/1/4 by Mark Trahant
Balance Needed on Spill Plan The Oregonian, 7/24/4 by Editorial Staff
Dam Spillway Closures Would Harm Oregon The Oregonian, 7/22/4 by Ted Kulongoski
Kulongoski Challenges Hydro Dam Spills The Oregonian, 7/20/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Gov Details Opposition to BPA Dam-spill Halt Bend.com, 7/19/4 by News Sources
Kulongoski Opposes Bonneville Summer Spill Plan KGW.com, 7/16/4 by Associated Press
Oregon Joins Lawsuit Against BPA Dam-spill Halt Bend.com, 7/16/4 by News Sources
Oregon Joins Spill Suit, Decision by Month's End NW Fishletter, 7/20/4 by Bill Rudolph
OR Files Motion Supporting Spill Injunction Request Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/23/4 by Barry Espenson
Fed Attorneys File Briefs Against Spill Injunction Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/23/4 by CBB Staff
Groups Request Injunction to Stop Reduced Spill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/23/4 by Barry Espenson
Washington Endorses Spill Proposal NW Fishletter, 7/20/4 by Bill Rudolph
Sides Divided on River Water Spills Statesman Journal, 7/19/4 by Staff
Plan to Cut Back Spilling Water at Dams Challenged The Columbian, 7/10/4 by Erik Robinson
Spill Reduction Plan Draws Fire BPA Watch, 7/10/4 by Eric Barker
Groups to Ask Judge to Stop BPA Plans for Salmon Corvalis Gazette-Times, 7/9/4 Associated Press
Legal Action Kicks into Gear over Reduced Spill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/9/4 by Barry Espenson
 
Fish Tales Lure Russians The Columbian, 7/19/4 by Erik Robinson
Scottish Students Visit Strange Land: The NW Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/18/4 by Nicholas Geranios
 
Bush U.S. Science Policy Swayed by Politics Environmental News Net, 7/9/4 by Maggie Fox
Reclassifying Hatchery Fish Won't Fool Enviros Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/14/4 by Parke Burgess
Salmon Jeopardized by Method Used in Run Count San Francisco Chronicle, 3/26/4 by Glen Martin
Bush Administration "Distorts Science," says Report Environmental News Net, 2/19/4 by Maggie Fox
 
Indians Fondly Recall 'Caring,' Loyal Brando Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/3/4 by Lewis Kamb
 
Gov Appoints New Fish & Game Commissioners BPA Watch, 7/3/4 by Associated Press
 
BiOp Judge Worries of Approaching 'Train Wreck' NW Fishletter, 6/22/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Nez Perce Upset Over Plan for Hatchery Tri-City Herald, 6/15/4 by Anna King
Tribe Sues to Force Release of Young Salmon KTVB News, 6/15/4 Associated Press
 
Greed for Power Kills Salmon The Oregonian, 6/23/4 David Michael Jones
Feds Take Comment on Reduced Spill Proposal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/18/4 by Mike O'Bryant
BPA Mitigation Not Worth Lives of Migrating Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/18/4 by Joseph Bogaard
Fish Matter More Than Power Sales Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/14/4 by Editorial Board
Dam Spill Plan Pits Salmon Against Power The Columbian, 6/13/4 by Erik Robinson
Salmon Plan 'Spills' Disaster The Oregonian, 6/11/4 by Larry Schweiger
BPA, Corps Unveil Amended Summer Spill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/11/4 by CBB Staff
Tribes Ask BPA to Withdraw Summer Spill Proposal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/11/4 by CBB Staff
Making Sense of Salmon Recovery The Oregonian, 6/11/4 by Mark O. Hatfield
Extremes Miss Boat on Salmon Recovery Tri-City Herald, 6/10/4 by Staff
Plan for Dam Spill Criticized for Effect on Fish Arizona Republic, 6/8/4 by William McCall
Expect More Extinctions The Oregonian, 6/7/4 by Caitlin Carlson
Reduced Spill Proposal Expected by Week's End NW Fishletter, 6/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Isolationists Target Sea Treaty, Put Bush Adrift BPA Watch, 6/8/4 by Patrick McGann
 
Salmon Are Important, But So Are the People of ID Idaho Statesman, 6/8/4 by Lynn Tominaga
ID Needs to Face Up to Fact that Water is Scarce Idaho Statesman, 5/28/4 by Bill Sedivy
 
Enviros Challenge Easing of Salmon Protections The Columbian, 5/28/4 by Erik Robinson
 
Tribal Water Rights Deal Nears Senate Floor Missoulian, 7/19/4 by Jodi Rave
Water Rights Deal has Benefits for All, Lawyers Say BPA Watch, 7/3/4 by Eric Barker
Nez Perce Tribe Settles Claim to Snake River Water NW Fishletter, 6/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
Guess Who Wins, Loses in State-Tribe Water Deal BPA Watch, 5/23/4 by Patrick McGann
Idaho, Nez Perce Tribe Reach Water Pact Capital Press, 5/21/4 by Dave Wilkins
Sweeping Snake Water Rights Settlement in Works Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/21/4 by Mike O'Bryant
Legislators See No Problems with Settlement BPA Watch, 5/21/4 by Adam Wilson
Farmers Commit Water to Salmon Idaho Statesman, 5/19/4 Rocky Barker
Tribe, Farmers, Idaho make Historic Water Deal Idaho Statesman, 5/16/4 Rocky Barker
Nez Perce Water Deal Unveiled Today Idaho Statesman, 5/15/4 Rocky Barker
Agreement Proposed in Huge Water Right Case Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/15/4 by Rebecca Boone
Parties set March Goal for Nez Perce Settlement Times-News, 4/21/3 by Jennifer Sandmann
 
BPA Transmission Business Gets New Leader Portland Business Journal, 7/5/4 by Staff
Bill Maslen Named to Head BPA's F&W Division NW Fishletter, 5/11/4 by Bill Rudolph
ID Power Execs Reassigned Due to Resignation Idaho Statesman, 6/22/4 by Ken Dey
 
ID Power Shouldn't Soak Irrigators w/ Cost of Growth Idaho Statesman, 4/25/4 by Lynn Tominaga
IdaCorp Pinches Pennies for Execs Idaho Statesman, 4/13/4 by Ken Dey
 
Dam Agency Won't Rush to Aquifer's Aid Idaho Statesman, 5/7/4 by Gregory Hahn
Idaho Power Won't Help Refill Aquifer Idaho Statesman, 5/6/4 by Ken Dey
 
It's Always About Money The Columbian, 5/27/4 by Randy Krout Sr.
Middle Snake Idaho Statesman, 5/12/4 Staff
 
Base Pesticide Buffer Policy on Science Capital Press, 5/7/4 by Heather Hansen
Buffers Will Take Unfair Toll on Family Farmers Capital Press, 4/2/4 by Steve Appel
 
Judge Concerned BiOp Rewrite Getting Off Track Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/4/4 by Barry Espenson
Judge Gives Feds Till Nov. 30 for New Hydro BiOp NW Fishletter, 6/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Questions Plan to Safeguard Salmon The Oregonian, 5/14/4 Joe Rojas-Burke
Redden gives NOAA Until Nov. 30 to Complete BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/14/4 by Barry Espenson
BiOp Plaintiffs Want Sept. 15 Deadline Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/7/4 by Barry Espenson
Agency wants Salmon-Protection Extension The Oregonian, 5/1/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Feds Ask for Extension on Salmon Plan San Francisco Chronicle, 4/30/4 by Matthew Daly
Process may Push BiOp Rewrite to November Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/2/4 by CBB Staff
Failed Salmon Projects; Ranchers Vulnerable Idaho Statesman, 4/29/4 Rocky Barker
 
Rainbow is a Steelhead is a Rainbow ... BPA Watch, 5/29/4 by Eric Barker
Feds Try to Sort Out Fish Policy BPA Watch, 5/29/4 by Eric Barker
 
Rely Less on Hatcheries The Columbian, 5/31/4 by Alex Uber
Hatchery Habitat Hasn't Helped The Columbian, 5/22/4 by Erik Robinson
Hatcheries Try to Get Natural The Columbian, 5/22/4 by Erik Robinson
West Coast Salmon Likely to Remain Protected Seattle Times, 5/15/4 by Welch & Bernton
Hatchery Reform Points to Coming Changes NW Fishletter, 5/11/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Bush Salmon Plan Needs Follow-Up Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/6/4 by Editorial Board
Salmon Case Returns Portland Tribune, 6/4/4 by Jim Redden
Hatcheries Can Help Rebuild Natural Spawning Runs Idaho Statesman, 6/3/4 by Judi Danielson
Feds Keep All ESA Stocks Listed NW Fishletter, 6/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
Hatchery Hysteria Dies Down Fast After Media Flap NW Fishletter, 6/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
All the Right People Hate Latest Salmon Policy BPA Watch, 6/1/4 by Patrick McGann
Feds Defend Plan to Count Hatchery Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/29/4 Elizabeth Gillespie
Suit Over Fisheries Decision Looms The Columbian, 5/29/4 by Erik Robinson
Reactions of Cautious Optimism to Lawsuit Threats Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/28/4 by Mike O'Bryant
Proposal Considers Role of Hatcheries Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/28/4 by Barry Espenson
U.S.: Endangered List to Remain Intact Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/28/4 by Jeff Barnard
NOAA Releases Proposed Species Listings Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/28/4 by Barry Espenson
Species Won't Lose Federal Protection The Columbian, 5/28/4 by Erik Robinson
 
Don't Count Hatchery, House Members Tell Bush The News Tribune, 5/21/4 by Les Blumenthal
Yes, Count Wild Salmon BPA Watch, 5/16/4 by Les Wigen
Beneficial Creation of Hatcheries is Politicized Idaho Statesman, 5/21/4 by Owen Squires
Feds Back Protecting Wild Runs of Salmon The Oregonian, 5/15/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Salmon to Remain Protected Bellingham Herald, 5/15/4 by Jeff Barnard
NOAA says will Likely Relist 25 of 26 Fish Stocks Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/14/4 by Mike O'Bryant
Proposed Hathcery Policy Leaked, But is it News? NW Fishletter, 5/11/4 by Bill Rudolph
Shift on Salmon Reignites Fight on Species Law The New York Times, 5/9/4 by Timothy Egan
Salmon Recovery Efforts Must be Based on Science Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/12/4 by Sims & Phillips
New Bush Fish Policy Reviving Old Debates Capital Press, 5/7/4 by Mark Engler
Common Sense for Salmon Capital Press, 5/7/4 by Editorial Staff
Rule Change Could Weaken Salmon Protection Environmental News Net, 5/4/4 Chris Stetkiewicz
Under Plan, Fall Chinook could be Delisted Idaho Statesman, 5/2/4 Rocky Barker
Scientists Criticize Government over Salmon Rules BPA Watch, 5/2/4 by Associated Press
New Salmon Policy Causes Quandary Upstream BPA Watch, 5/2/4 by Patrick McGann
Equating Wild, Hatchery Salmon a Major Shift Tri-City Herald, 5/2/4 by Les Blumenthal
Take a Second Look at Salmon Gambit Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/2/4 by Editorial Board
Critics Call Fish Count a Whopper Los Angeles Times, 4/30/4 Shogren & Weiss
U.S. Shift on Salmon Could Cut Protection Seattle Times, 4/30/4 by Craig Welch
Enviro Activists and Editorialist Allies Boo-Hooing Glendale Oregon News, 4/30/4 by Dennis M. Becklin
Wild Salmon May Not Be Able to Survive Bush Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/30/4 by Joel Connelly
Bush Switch on Salmon Protection Stirs Outcry Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/30/4 by Charles Pope
Bush Plan for Salmon Denounced The Olympian, 4/30/4 by Dodge & Allen
Salmon-Counting Change Sets Off Protests The Oregonian, 4/30/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Hatchery Salmon to Count as Wildlife The Washington Post, 4/29/4 by Blaine Harden
Policy will Put Hatchery Fish in Salmon Count The Oregonian, 4/29/4 Milstein& Rojas-Burke
Feds to Count Hatchery Fish BPA Watch, 4/30/4 by Staff
Bush Plans Major Shift in Salmon Recovery Policy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/29/4 by Associated Press
(Listen)Include Bred Salmon in Wild Species Count National Public Radio, 4/29/4 All Things Considered
Judge Orders NOAA Listings Review Within 30 Days Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/30/4 by Barry Espenson
Habitat Protection Remains Important -- Agency Dir. Capital Press, 4/2/4 by Cookson Beecher
Panel Bucks New Direction in Hatchery Policy NW Fishletter, 4/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
Feds Ask More Time to Review Fish De-Listings NW Fishletter, 4/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
Court Dismisses Earthjustice Appeal Wheat Life, 4/4 by Jim Katzinski
Tribe Creates Plan to Help Fish Adapt to Wild Seattle Post-Intelligencer,3/30/4 by Robert McClure
Farmers Challenge Designation as 'Threatened' Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/5/4 by Gene Johnson
 
Lawmakers Push to Change Conservation Law Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/27/4 by Erica Werner
Endangered Species/Law Needs Vigor, Not Dilution Casper Star Tribune, 4/28/4 by Editorial Staff
Endangered Species Act: ABCs for Opponents Wheat Life, 4/4 by Robert Stokes
 
Feds Answer Lawsuit on Upper Snake Projects Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/23/4 by Barry Espenson
 
BiOp Meeting Focuses on Enviro Baseline Proposal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/16/4 by Barry Espenson
Propose Hydro as Part of Environmental 'Baseline' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/9/4 by Barry Espenson
Feds' New Analysis May Turn BiOp on Its Head NW Fishletter, 4/2/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Council Recommends Changes in BPA's Role Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/16/4 by CBB Staff
 
Spokane River Places Sixth on Endangered List The Oregonian, 4/14/4 by Nicholas Geranios
 
Suit Threatened Over Dam Spills Tri-City Herald, 4/23/4 by Chris Mulick
Umatilla Tribes Will Sue If Summer Spill Curtailed Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/23/4 by CBB Staff
Umatilla Tribes Intend to Sue Over Summer Spill NW Fishletter, 4/21/4 by Bill Rudolph
Enviros Promise Motion to Stop Spill Proposal NW Fishletter, 4/21/4 by Bill Rudolph
Tribes Threaten Lawsuit Over Salmon Plan KGW.com, 4/20/4 by Associated Press
Bonneville Power Administration and a NW Icon The Arbiter, 4/22/4 by Michelle Sells
BPA: Progress, Still No Deal on Summer Spills Bend.com, 4/21/4 by News Sources
Agencies Flooded with Comments on Summer Spill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/16/4 by Mike O'Bryant
Parties Still Disagreeing Over Spring Spill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/16/4 by Mike O'Bryant
BPA Seeks Reduced Spill at Columbia Basin Dams Seattle Times, 3/31/4 by Jeff Barnard
BPA Wants to Adjust Water for Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer,3/31/4 by Robert McClure
 
Yes: Summer Spill Costly, Ineffective Seattle Times, 4/15/4 by Brunell & Scott
No: Don't Sell Out Vulnerable Salmon Seattle Times, 4/15/4 by Bill Arthur
Pursue Compromise for Salmon The Oregonian, 4/15/4 by Scott Corwin
Save Energy to Save Salmon The Oregonian, 4/13/4 by Susan Geer
Spill, Flow Aid Salmon Survival The Oregonian, 4/13/4 by Liz Hamilton
Fisheries' Values Detailed The Oregonian, 4/12/4 by Bob Rees
Fish vs. Power on the Columbia Seattle Times, 4/7/4 by Editorial Staff
Flawed Arguments on Spill The Oregonian, 4/6/4 by John Kober
Summer Spill Proposal a Worthy Compromise Tri-City Herald, 4/4/4 by Editorial Staff
Pinching Pennies Won't Save Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/4/4 by Editorial Board
Spills and the Politics of Salmon Extinction The Oregonian, 4/2/4 by Jim Martin
Spill Isn't Best Way to Save Salmon Runs Portland Business Journal, 4/2/4 by Glenn Vanselow
Truth Joins Salmon as Casualty of Water Spill Wars The Indian Country, 3/29/4 by Jerry Reynolds
OR Offers Little Support for Summer Spill Proposal NW Fishletter, 3/15/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
If You Like Dams, You Better Love Fish Hatcheries BPA Watch, 3/28/4 by Patrick McGann
Better Ways BPA Watch, 3/21/4 by Phillip Krause
 
Farmers, Builders Contest Steelhead Listings NW Fishletter, 3/15/4 by Bill Rudolph
BiOp Battle Front; Idaho, Irrigators Join Fray NW Fishletter, 3/15/4 by Bill Rudolph
House Panel Backs State Against Enviromentalists BPA Watch, 3/10/4 by Associated Press
 
Rock of Ages The Columbian, 5/16/4 by Kathie Durbin
Ancient Petroglyphs Finally Returned Home KATU.com, 4/20/4 by Grant McOmie
Gorge Petroglyphs Moved to Place of Honor The Oregonian, 3/28/4 by Terry Richard
 
Warning Sounded on Decline of Species The Guardian, 3/19/4 by Tim Radford
Fresh Studies Support New Mass Extinction Theory Environmental News Net, 3/19/4 by Jeremy Lovell
 
Watchdog Groups Blast River Projects BPA Watch, 3/19/4 by Associated Press
Report Criticizes Columbia Deepening, Snake Dams KGW News, 3/18/4 by Matthew Daly
Report Criticizes Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles Times, 3/18/4 by Matthew Daly
 
Coalition Tries to Block Court Order on Pesticides Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/18/4 by Associated Press
 
NOAA Seeks More Time in ESA Listing Review Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/19/4 by Barry Espenson
Snake River Fish Escape Hooks of Lawsuit BPA Watch, 3/6/4 by Eric Barker
Ag Group Sues Agency over Steelhead Listing BPA Watch, 3/5/4 by Associated Press
Pacific Legal Challenges Steelhead Listings Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/5/4 by Barry Espenson
 
Justice Scalia Refuses to Recuse in Cheney Case Environmental News Net, 3/19/4 by Reuters
 
New Bill to Study Effects of Hydropower on Salmon BPA Watch, 3/19/4 by Eric Barker
House Stands Up for ID's Minding Its Dam Business BPA Watch, 3/13/4 by Staff
 
Feds Seek Stay of Irrigators' Challenge to 2000 BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/19/4 by Barry Espenson
ID, Water Users Seek Voice in Upper Snake Lawsuit Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/12/4 by CBB Staff
ID Attorney General Asks to Join Fish vs. Dams Suit BPA Watch, 3/5/4 by Staff
Coalition Asks Court for Right to Enter Water Case KING5 News, 3/11/4 by Associated Press
Salmon Advocates Ask Farmers to Lease Water BPA Watch, 2/12/4 by Staff
 
End Costly Spills and Pay Anglers Not to Catch The Oregonian, 3/26/4 by Wayne Thompson
Spill Helps Non-Endangered Fish Too Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/23/4 by Sara Patton
Spill Alternatives will Boost Salmon and Economy The Oregonian, 3/15/4 by Scott & McCulley
Salmon or Power? In NW, Pressure is Building The Washington Post, 3/7/4 by Blaine Harden
We Can Have Salmon and Jobs Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/4/4 by Shane Scott
Dams More Valuable than Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/4/4 by Cyrus Noe
Helping Salmon gets Trickier in Oregon Juneau Empire, 3/7/4 by Blaine Harden
Letting Dams Off the Hook Hurts Alaskans Juneau Empire, 3/4/4 by Bill McAllister
 
NW House Delegation Supports Reduced Spill Tests Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/19/4 by CBB Staff
Oregon House takes Testimony on Summer Spill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/5/4 by CBB Staff
For and Against Reduced Spill Make Their Case Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/5/4 by Barry Espenson
CRITFC Tribes Offer Annual River Operations Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/5/4 by CBB Staff
Fish and Wildlife Program Cost Efficiencies Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/5/4 by CBB Staff
BPA, Big Customers Call Dam Spill Too Costly The Oregonian, 3/2/4 by Joe Rojas-Burke
New Coalition Fights for Cut in Summer Spill NW Fishletter, 2/26/4 by Bill Rudolph
Reducing Spill Draws Heat from Fish Advocates Idaho Statesman, 2/29/4 by Staff
Dam Spills Focus of Debate Salem Statesman Journal, 2/28/4 by Staff
 
Economic, Enviro Future Tied to Columbia River Tri-City Herald, 3/6/4 by Linda Hoffman
PNNL Balancing Complex Environmental Issues Tri-City Herald, 3/6/4 by Rod Quinn
 
BPA Will Spill for Hatchery Release Next Week NW Fishletter, 2/26/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Redden to Remain Judge for BiOp Remand, Lawsuit Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/12/4 by CBB Staff
Irrigators in Limbo; Call for Judge to Step Down NW Fishletter, 2/26/4 by Bill Rudolph
Irrigators Seek Consolidation; Judge's Recusal Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/13/4 by Barry Espenson
 
Ninth Circuit Dismisses Appeal of Hogan Decision NW Fishletter, 2/26/4 by Bill Rudolph
Ruling Could Lead to Loss of Protection for Salmon The Columbian, 2/25/4 by Erik Robinson
These Salmon Won't Get Any Special Protections Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/25/4 by Staff
 
Kerry Vows to Name Salmon Czar Idaho Statesman, 2/22/4 Rocky Barker
Salmon Strong Thanks to the Leadership of King The Oregonian, 2/29/4 by Bill Monroe
 
Coalition Opposes Dam Spills The Columbian, 2/22/4 by Erik Robinson
Protect Salmon If You Want Dams Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/22/4 by Editorial Board
Indian Tribes Oppose Dam Spill Reduction Proposal BPA Watch, 2/13/4 by Staff
 
Ag Groups to Appeal Ban on Pesticide Spraying Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/12/4 by Associated Press
Spraying Streams is Part of the Kill Capital Press, 2/13/4 by Glen Hemerick
A Rock and a Hard Place Capital Press, 2/6/4 by Editorial Staff
The Farmer in the Deal Seattle Times, 2/2/4 by Ron Arnold
 
Salmon Recovery Group on Agenda in Asotin County BPA Watch, 2/15/4 by Staff
 
Boldt Decision 'Very Much Alive' 30 Years Later Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/12/4 by Lewis Kamb
Attorneys Promise more Lawsuits over NW Salmon NW Fishletter, 2/6/4 by Bill Rudolph
 
Dunn Deal: Will Miss Respected Congresswoman Seattle Times, 2/4/4 by Vanessa Pierce
WW Man to Run for Mastin's Job Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 2/3/4 by Andy Porter
Danielson Re-Elected NPCC Chair Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/30/4 by CBB Staff
 
Bush Budget Boosts Forests, Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/8/4 by Matthew Daly
Officials Announce Pacific Salmon Fund Increase Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/30/4 by Barry Espenson
Council Discusses Options for Fish / Wildlife Budget Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/30/4 by CBB Staff
 
Take Idaho's Water to Kill Fish Idaho Farm Bureau News, 2/4 by Rick Keller
Drive to Save Salmon Generates Controversy Capital Press, 1/30/4 by Patricia R. McCoy
Fishermen Groups Challenge Upper Snake BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/23/4 by CBB Staff
Salmon Activists Hope to Avert Lawsuits Over Water Idaho Statesman, 1/22/4 Rocky Barker
Groups File Lawsuit to Protect Reservoir Salmon Idaho Statesman, 1/17/4 by Staff
 
Disagreement Over American Rivers Report Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/30/4 by Glenn Vanselow
 
Parts of the Endangered Species Act Endangered The Bulletin of Bend, 1/27/4 by Andrew Satter
Smith's Sound Science Endangered Species Bill Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/23/4 by CBB Staff
What's Good for Environment is Good for Economy San Francisco Chronicle, 12/4/3 by Jeff Barnard
 
Lawsuit Targets Salmon Pollution Berkeley Daily Planet, 1/30/4 by Jakob Schiller
Ease Pesticide Reviews for Endangered Species Environmental News Net, 1/28/4 by John Heilprin
Salmon Protection from Lawn to Farm Seattle Times, 1/26/4 by Editorial Staff
Groups Sue EPA Over Meetings with Task Force Seattle Times, 1/16/4 by Craig Welch
Pesticide Controls to Aid Salmon Now Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/27/4 by Editorial Board
 
Redden Concerned About BiOp Implementation Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/23/4 Barry Espenson
Hydro BiOp Rewrite Nears, How Much Still Unclear NW Fishletter, 1/16/4 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Wants More Role for States, Tribes in Rewrite Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/16/4 by Barry Espenson
Planning: What Happens After the May 28 Deadline? Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/16/4 by Barry Espenson
Policy Group says No to Extending May 28 Deadline Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/16/4 by CBB Staff
 
Farmed Salmon Industry Lawsuit over Contaminants Environmental News Net, 1/27/4 by Terence Chea
Environmentalists to Sue Farmed Salmon Industry Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/23/4 by Associated Press
Look at the Source of Scary Headlines Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/25/4 by Steven Milloy
A Salmon Scare Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/25/4 by John Volpe
We All Need to Heed Warning from Magnificent Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/9/4 Robert L. Jamieson Jr
 
Fish Funds The Columbian, 1/27/4 by Editorial Writers
Bush Aide Touts Salmon Success The Columbian, 1/27/4 by Erik Robinson
Salmon Will Get More Aid, But Dams Remain Seattle Post-Intelligencer,1/27/4 by Rukmini Callimachi
More Aid Planned for NW Salmon Seattle Times, 1/27/4 by Associated Press
Bush Aide to Visit Salmon Projects The Columbian, 1/22/4 by Erik Robinson
 
Zero-Cost Burden of Removal is Possible Seattle Times, 1/9/4 by Mark Heckert
A Raft of Benefits Seattle Times, 1/9/4 by Elise Richman
Red Herrings Seattle Times, 1/9/4 by Benton Williams
Salmon To Go Seattle Times, 1/9/4 by Bill Stevenson
NW Salmon, Lost in the Yellow Zone Seattle Times, 1/7/4 by Editorial Staff
 
Court Voids a Bush Move on Energy The New York Times, 1/14/3 by Matthew L. Wald
Court Overturns Air Conditioner Efficiency Standard Arizona Republic, 1/13/4 by H. Josef Hebert
Court Deals Bush Setback in Air Conditioner Rules Forbes, 1/13/4 by Chris Baltimore
 
Don't Forget What Makes Us Special Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/22/4 by Editorial Board
Governor Locke: Boost Food Industry Salem Statesman Journal, 1/22/4 by Michael Rose
Legislature may Face Water Disputes Idaho Statesman, 1/8/4 Rocky Barker
 
Rebel PUDs Should Not Deny Energy Cut Seattle Times, 1/16/4 by Editorial Staff
Utility Should Stick to Providing Power The Columbian, 1/16/4 by Jeff Miller
 
The Value of Salmon Idaho Statesman, 1/19/4 Reed Burkholder
Snake River Reservoirs Idaho State Journal, 1/10/4 by Dick Rush
Costly Snake Dams Idaho Statesman, 1/6/4 by Brenda Bielke
Drastic Lifestyle Changes are Needed to Save It Seattle Post-Intelligencer,1/5/4 by Laura Vitale
Get Rural Development with Salmon Recovery BPA Watch, 1/4/4 by Bert Bowler
Fish Scales The Columbian, 1/3/4 by Editorial Staff
Would the Endangered Species Act Pass Today? BPA Watch, 1/2/4 by Patrick McGann
Dam Nation VIA Magazine, 1/4 by David Sharp
 
Salmon, Forests, Waste on Agenda Seattle Post-Intelligencer,1/3/4 McClure & Stiffler
Conflict Looms Over Timber Seattle Post-Intelligencer,1/3/4 by Robert McClure
 
NW Follows Europe, New England Fish Failures BPA Watch, 1/1/4 by Doug Esser
History of Salmon Shows Repeated Mistakes Seattle Times, 11/11/3 by Tim McNulty
 

2003

Agency: Federal Wild Salmon Plan Inadequate Idaho Statesman, 1/2/4 by Staff
Plan to Save Northwest Salmon Falls Short Seattle Post-Intelligencer,12/30/3 by Robert McClure
Plan to Save Northwest Salmon Falling Short Arizona Republic, 12/30/3 by Associated Press
Act Still Prompts Debate Tri-City Herald, 12/28/3 by Les Blumenthal
 
Salmon Recovery would be Profitable for Much of ID Idaho Statesman, 12/30/3 by Bert Bowler
River Buffers Worry Farmers Tri-City Herald, 12/20/3 by Anna King
 
The Top Stories of 2003 Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 1/3/4 by Staff
Save Sockeye and Dams with Big-Bucket Approach BPA Watch, 12/19/3 by Patrick McGann
Survival Battle NewsHour Jim Lehrer, 12/17/3 by Lee Hochberg
 
Reflections on Lewis & Clark: Through Indian Eyes The Columbian, 12/29/3 by Dean Baker
Sampson Calls Salmon 'Multi-Generational' Issue BPA Watch, 12/13/3 by Eric Barker
 
Salmon Advocates say They're Going to Court BPA Watch, 12/20/3 by Dan Gallagher
Groups May Sue for More Water from Dams Idaho State Journal, 12/20/3 by Steven Friederich
Salmon Politics Puts the Focus on Eastern Idaho Post Register, 12/14/3 by Bill Sedivy
Behind the Idaho Water Grab Post Register, 12/14/3 by Norm Semanko
Conservationists Willing to Work on Water Questions Idaho Statesman, 12/1/3 by Rob Masonis
 
Salmon vs. Terns Idaho Statesman, 12/22/3 by Evan Merrell
Time for Idaho's Leaders to Support River Economics Idaho Statesman, 12/12/3 by Stephen Pauley
Otter and Dams Idaho Statesman, 12/3/3 by Jeff Ford
Farmers Need Water Idaho Statesman, 12/3/3 by Keith Frank
Bring on Dam Breaching Post Register, 12/1/3 by Reed Burkholder
Dam Breaching Dots Don't Connect Post Register, 11/30/3 by Jim Gerber
Breach the Dams Soon Post Register, 11/26/3 by Jerry Jayne
Money Tree must be Out There Somewhere Seattle Post-Intelligencer,11/25/3 by John W. LaFond
Renewables Best for Both Sides of State Seattle Post-Intelligencer,11/19/3 by Joseph Bogaard
Idaho's Energy Destiny Post Register, 11/25/3 by Eric Loewen
America's New Dark Ages Times-News, 11/24/3 by Tom DeWeese
Your Water or Their Dams Post Register, 11/20/3 by Shelton Beach
Washington's Dams vs. Our Water Post Register, 11/16/3 by Donovan Bramwell
Salmon Advocates Still Willing to Talk Post Register, 11/16/3 by Bill Sedivy
Dams Keep Idaho from $3 Billion Sport Industry Idaho Statesman, 11/13/3 by Tom Stuart
Our Legacy of Killing Fish Idaho Post Register, 11/12/3 by Jon Ochi
Straight from the Playbook Post Register, 11/12/3 by Norm Semanko
 
Irrigators Head for the Turbines with Lawsuit BPA Watch, 11/28/3 by Patrick McGann
Salmon Advocates Threaten Idaho Water Times-News, 11/26/3 by Jennifer Sandmann
Activists Drop Carrot, Use Litigation Threat as Stick Idaho Statesman, 11/20/3 by C.L. 'Butch' Otter
Threat of Salmon Lawsuit Undermines Negotiations Idaho Statesman, 11/16/3 by Editorial Staff
Breaching Snake Dams could Cripple ID Economy Idaho Statesman, 11/13/3 by Frank Priestley
 
Tribes, Oregon Comment on BiOp 2003 Check-in Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/3 by Mike O'Bryant
 
Salmon Debate Keys on Wild vs. Hatchery Issue Times-News, 11/22/3 by Jennifer Sandmann
Splitting, Lumping, Denial, the Trough, Good Show NW Fishletter, 11/26/3 by Cyrus Noe
Manage Recovery Based on the Troughs? Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Crossroads: Do Perceptions Match Realities? Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/3 by Mike O'Bryant
 
Plaintiffs Press for Broader BiOp Action Area' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/5/3 by Barry Espenson
Feds Cry Foul Over Attempt to Add Upper Snake NW Fishletter, 11/26/3 by Bill Rudolph
Feds Oppose Including Upper Snake in Remand Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/3 by Barry Espenson
Leaders Look for Water Resolution Idaho Statesman, 11/20/3 by Staff
Lawmakers Expect a Debate Over Dams BPA Watch, 11/20/3 by Associated Press
Newcomb Expects Water to Dominate Session Times-News, 11/19/3 by Julie Pence
Fish Producers Valid Argument Seeks Curtailment Times-News, 11/21/3 by Editorial Staff
 
Another Potential Lawsuit over Idaho Water NW Fishletter, 11/26/3 by Bill Rudolph
Crapo: Litigation won't Resolve Salmon Debate Times-News, 11/21/3 by Jennifer Sandmann
Idaho Water Coalition Announces Intent to Sue Capital Press, 11/21/3 by Patricia R. McCoy
Water Users File Intent to Sue Over Upper Snake Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/21/3 by CBB Staff
Water Users Plan to Sue Over Salmon Flows After All Idaho Statesman, 11/20/3 by Staff
Water Users Threatening to Sue Over Salmon KTVB News, 11/19/3 Associated Press
Crapo Reacts to Statement on Upper Snake Water Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/14/3 by CBB Staff
Crapo Talks on Salmon, Water Stalled for Now Idaho Statesman, 11/9/3 Rocky Barker
Groups Won't Promise to Stay Out of Court BPA Watch, 11/8/3 by Associated Press
Water Negotiations Fall Apart Post Register, 11/8/3 by Kathleen O'Neil
 
Groundwater Plan Faces Voluminous Opposition Times-News, 11/26/3 by Jennifer Sandmann
Sides Delay Action on Water Rights BPA Watch, 11/1/3 Associated Press
Two More ID Fish Farms Demand Full Water Rights Capital Press, 11/21/3 by Associated Press
Water Plan Comments Sought Capital Press, 10/31/3 by Patricia R. McCoy
Snake River Water Pact Extended for a Year Idaho Statesman, 10/11/3 by Staff
 
Renewable Resources Energize the Future Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 11/5/3 by Rep. Adam Smith
Adam Smith Raises Questions about Issue Seattle Post-Intelligencer,11/12/3 by Christopher Brown
 
Like Density? Imagine Home with 50 Million People Seattle Times, 11/23/3 by James Vesely
Conference Focuses on Future of NW Salmon Tri-City Herald, 11/15/3 by Anna King
 
Prognosticators: Recovery will Stay a Big Business NW Fishletter, 11/10/3 by Bill Rudolph
NOAA Re-do "Essential Fish Habitat" Designation NW Fishletter, 11/10/3 by Bill Rudolph
One-Year BiOp Implementation Plan Due Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/7/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Congress Approves $30 Million for NW Salmon Capital Press, 11/7/3 by Larry Swisher
 
Pesticide Ruling Threatens Central WA Farmers Capital Press, 10/31/3 by Rep. Doc Hastings
 
Dam Breaching Isn't the Answer Post Register, 11/7/3 by Mark Gendron
Salmon Recovery Needs Realistic Options Post Register, 11/5/3 by Butch Otter
Oscar Performance BPA Watch, 11/5/3 by Al Espinosa
Crapo a Hero Idaho Statesman, 11/5/3 by Cathy J. Nuxoll
Salmon and Water Idaho Statesman, 11/5/3 by John Heimer
Seeking Balance Idaho Statesman, 11/3/3 by Brett Crow
Idaho's Salmon vs. Washington's Dams Post Register, 10/30/3 by Tom Stuart
A Warning for Irrigators Post Register, 10/29/3 by J. Robb Brady
Against Breaching Idaho Statesman, 11/1/3 by Honus James
Support Breaching Idaho Statesman, 10/31/3 by Scott Calhoun
Don't Blame Dams Idaho Statesman, 10/29/3 by Patricia Schroeder
Put Humans First Idaho Statesman, 10/26/3 by Creighton Kelly
Favor Breaching Idaho Statesman, 10/22/3 Jonathan (J.J.) Davis
Just the Facts Idaho Statesman, 10/23/3 Reed Burkholder
We Must Hold Idaho's Water Most Dear Idaho Statesman, 10/21/3 by C.L. 'Butch' Otter
Seattle Council Got it Right on Snake Dams Seattle Times, 10/20/3 Hudson & Henderson
 
Officials Discuss BiOp Rewrite/Subbasin Integration Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/7/3 by Barry Espenson
NOAA Agrees to Stock Status Review Deadline Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/31/3 by Barry Espenson
Bureau Urges Passage of Fish Screen Legislation Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/24/3 by CBB Staff
 
Move Hatcheries Upstream, and Fish Harvest Too BPA Watch, 10/24/3 by Patrick McGann
Hatchery Fish to Boost Wild Runs a Thorny Questions Seattle Times, 10/5/3 by Hal Bernton
 
Coalition Adds Members Over Snake River Issue Capital Press, 10/31/3 by Patricia R. McCoy
Users Groups Unite in Snake River Duel Idaho Statesman, 10/25/3 by Staff
Regional Groups Join Water Users BPA Watch, 10/24/3 by Associated Press
Wilderness on Back Burner following Lawsuit Threat ID Mountain Express, 10/22/3 by Greg Stahl
 
100 Reps Back Breaching Study BPA Watch, 11/7/3 by Associated Press
Letter Urges Consideration of All Recovery Options NW Fishletter, 10/20/3 by Bill Rudolph
Idaho Water Users Upset about Salmon Letter Salt Lake Tribune, 10/18/3 by Dan Gallagher
Over 100 House Members Sign Letter to Bush Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/17/3 by CBB Staff
Letter Angers Idaho Water Users Idaho Statesman, 10/17/3 by Staff
Letter to George W. Bush Letter, 10/10/3 by 118 Congressman
 
Bush is Urged to Back Salmon Plan Seattle Post-Intelligencer,10/15/3 by Charles Pope
Senator No Friend to Washington Fishers Seattle Post-Intelligencer,10/14/3 by Wells & Grondin
Promote Renewable Energy The Oregonian, 10/9/3 by Jim DiPeso
 
Agencies Give Judge Redden BIOP Status Report Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/3/3 by CBB Staff
Agencies Release BIOP 'Check-In' Report on Hydro Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/3/3 by Barry Espenson
BiOp Check In: Actions on Track and Working BPA's Journal, 10/3 by Staff
 
Irrigators File Lawsuit Targeting BiOp's Legality Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/3/3 by Barry Espenson
Irrigators Sue Over Salmon Recovery Tri-City Herald, 10/1/3 by Chris Mulick
 
Extinction Risk Drops for Salmon, Court Told The Oregonian, 10/2/3 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Government says Salmon Runs on the Rise Fairbanks News-Miner, 10/2/3 by Associated Press
 
Critiquing the Critic The Oregonian, 10/30/3 by Matt Fisher
A Foolish Focus on Allegedly 'Lethal' Dams The Oregonian, 10/20/3 by Howard Morgan
Water Rights Idaho Statesman, 10/16/3 by Stew Churchwell
Politicians Talk, but Breaching Won't Go Away Idaho Statesman, 10/16/3 by Editorial Staff
Lawyer Sees Hope for Dam Breaching, Salmon ID Mountain Express, 10/15/3 by Greg Stahl
Saving Salmon The New York Times, 10/14/3 by Editorial Board
With Liberty and Salmon For All The Oregonian, 10/5/3 by Joe Rojas-Burke
More Human Than Humans The Shorthorn, 10/3/3 by Jessica Smith
Talking Salmon to Death Idaho Mountain Express, 10/1/3 by Editorial Staff
Ecos Should Heed Andrus on Breaching Dams Times-News, 10/1/3 by Editorial Staff
Water Dispute Idaho Statesman, 9/28/3 by Janet Harshfield
Otter View Wrong Idaho Statesman, 9/28/3 by Doug Armentrout
Salmon at Risk with Bush Adviser, Critics say Capital Press, 9/26/3 by Associated Press
Feds Will Have a Key Role in Idaho's Water Dispute Idaho Statesman, 9/23/3 by Editorial Staff
Water Rights Idaho Statesman, 9/20/3 Wayne de la Motte
 
Schwarzenegger Will Push Fuel Cell Cars Environmental News Net, 9/23/3 by Reuters
West Coast Governors to Combat Global Warming Wall Street Journal, 9/22/3 by Jeffrey Ball
 
Hell Breaking Loose in Hells Canyon Post Register, 10/5/3 by Donovan Bramwell
Groups Hit Idaho Power Over Dam Licensing Idaho Statesman, 9/20/3 by Ken Dey
More Studies Urged on Hells Canyon Relicensing Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/19/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Enviros Sue Government to Safeguard Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/17/3 by Robert McClure
 
Conservationists Put Idaho Water Talks on Hold NW Fishletter, 10/20/3 by Bill Rudolph
Crapo Tries to Bridge Salmon Divide Idaho Statesman, 10/19/3 Rocky Barker
ID Water Talks: Groups Holding Back on Litigation Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/17/3 by CBB Staff
Group Holds Off on Salmon Lawsuit Idaho State Journal, 10/15/3 by Steven Friederich
Water Groups take Break from Talks Post Register, 10/14/3 by Kathleen O'Neil
Crapo's Closed Water Talks Continue Idaho Statesman, 10/11/3 by Gregory Hahn
Saving Fish may Endanger Farmers' Control of Water Idaho Statesman, 10/9/3 Rocky Barker
Crapo to Continue Facilitating Talks over Water Use Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/3/3 by Barry Espenson
Forum Participants Reach No Agreements BPA Watch, 9/28/3 by Associated Press
Simpson's Wilderness Deal Hits a Snag The Challis Messenger, 9/26/3 by Anna Means
Crapo to Lead Talks on Upper Snake Water Use Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/26/3 by CBB Staff
Threat of Lawsuit Launches Water Battle Ag Weekly, 9/20/3 by Staff
Enviros Cut Noses to Spite Own Faces Ag Weekly, 9/20/3 by Staff
Us vs.Them Rhetoric Inflames the Conflict Idaho Statesman, 9/15/3 by Editorial Staff
Water-free Fields Dream for Some, Nightmare for Us Idaho Statesman, 9/15/3 by Rep. Butch Otter
Sen. Crapo Wades into Water Dispute BPA Watch, 9/12/3 by Associated Press
Enviros, Water Users Need to Confer Peacefully Idaho State Journal, 9/9/3 by Editorial Staff
 
Cecil Andrus Sees Dam Breaching as Impractical Casper Star Tribune, 9/26/3 by Associated Press
Andrus Talks Environment BPA Watch, 9/26/3 by Joel Mills
 
Idahoans Must Insist Upon Recovery of Wild Salmon Idaho Statesman, 9/19/3 R.L. "Nick" Nicholson
Conservationists Hitch Ride with Lewis, Clark The Oregonian, 9/16/3 by Michelle Cole
Damming the American West Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/14/3 by Alex Kuo
Seek the Real Answers from Dam Breaching Times-News, 9/14/3 by Scott Levy
We Won't Miss Dams Idaho Statesman, 9/13/3 by Dave Hayes
Removal of Four Dams Will Help Salmon, Workers The News Tribune, 9/12/3 by Joan G. Harris
Faulty Solution Idaho Statesman, 9/10/3 by Dick Dahlgren
Experts Silenced Idaho Statesman, 8/22/3 Edward L. Fisk
Bush Has No Interest in Public Input on Salmon The News Tribune, 9/3/3 Derek W. Dexheimer
 
Seattle City Council Should Mend this Breach Seattle Times, 9/8/3 by Kate Riley
Seattle Has a Strong Connection to Snake Dams Seattle Times, 7/27/3 by Elise Richman
 
Imported Seafood Goes Untested The Oregonian, 9/14/3 by Michael Milstein
Defends Scientific Accuracy The Oregonian, 9/17/3 by Liz Moore
Junk Science at Work The Oregonian, 9/2/3 by Daniel Mindus
 
Hatchery Experiment a Failure The Oregonian, 8/29/3 by Kaitlin Lovell
Healthy Fish Need Clean Environs The Oregonian, 8/29/3 Elizabeth Grossman
Hatcheries are No Substitute for Quality Habitat The Oregonian, 9/8/3 by Chris Wood
 
Environmentalists Give Dams Failing Marks Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/3/2 by Nicholas Geranios
 
Proposal Includes $5 Million for Idaho BPA Watch, 9/5/3 by Eric Barker
Senate Panel Approves Salmon Recovery Funding Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/5/3 by CBB Staff
 
State Dept. to Fund Pacific Salmon Commission The News Tribune, 9/12/3 by Matthew Daly
U.S. Stance Means Salmon Could be a Trade Irritant Canada News, 9/3/3 by Scott Sutherland
Give a Little, Get a Lot for Salmon Seattle Times, 9/2/3 by Editorial Staff
Salmon Commission Delivers Rare Bargain Tri-City Herald, 9/2/3 by Staff
Salmon Commission Funds Dry Up Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/26/3 by Lisa Stiffler
U.S. Nonpayment Might Doom Salmon Panel Mercury News, 8/25/3 by Matthew Daly
 
BPA Wins Lawsuit in 9th Circuit Over 2001 Hydro NW Fishletter, 9/12/3 by Bill Rudolph
Federal Court Sides with BPA in Salmon Case The Oregonian, 9/3/3 by Joe Rojas-Burke
 
Crapo to Bring Groups Together on Water Use Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/19/3 by Barry Espenson
Dam Lawsuit Put on Hold for Negotiations Idaho Statesman, 9/12/3 Rocky Barker
Salmon Dispute Threatens Talks on Owyhees Idaho Statesman, 9/11/3 Rocky Barker
Groups Threaten Suit Over Upper Snake Project Columbia Basin Bulletin, 9/5/3 by CBB Staff
Farmers, Salmon Advocates Duel Idaho Statesman, 9/5/3 Rocky Barker
Salmon Issue Could End in Lawsuit KPVI News Channel 6, 9/3/3 by Jessica Sanchez
 
Old, Weak, Unreliable BPA Watch, 9/14/3 by Reed Burkholder
Keep the Fins On BPA Watch, 9/14/3 by N.E. Bartlow
Bush's Path Through the Politics of Salmon Christian Science Monitor,9/10/3 Brad Knickerbocker
Dam Breaching Debate Resurfaces Idaho Statesman, 9/9/3 by Staff
On Salmon, Bush Just as Hostile Idaho Mountain Express,9/3/3 by Editorial Staff
Wolves are Here to Stay / The Dams Ain't Boise Weekly, 9/3/3 by Bill Cope
Rationality, like Salmon, Threatened with Extinction Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/28/3 by Perry Callas
Bush's Stance on Dams Not Shored Up by Facts Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/28/3 by Brenda Buchanan
Bush Keeps Solid Policy in Place for Dams and Fish Times-News, 8/27/3 by Editorial Staff
Bush Places Heavy Stock in Short-term Salmon Gain Idaho Statesman, 8/26/3 by Editorial Staff
Bush's Visit Goes Beyond a Fish Story Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/26/3 by Editorial Board
Senator says Snake River Dams Will Remain Salt Lake Tribune, 8/22/3 by Associated Press
Bush as Defender of Nature? Now That's a Fish Story Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/22/3 by Joel Connelly
Locke has Harsh Words for Bush Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/19/3 by David Ammons
 
Columbia/Snake Salmon: Let's Make it Right Seattle Times, 8/28/3 by Jim McDermott
 
(Listen)President Discusses Salmon Recovery in WA Ice Harbor Speech, 8/22/3 by George W. Bush
Bush Focus on Salmon Brings Right Balance Tri-City Herald, 8/24/3 by Staff
Select Crowd Pleased with Presidential Visit Tri-City Herald, 8/23/3 by King & St. John
Bush Promotes Salmon Restoration in Northwest Talon News, 8/25/3 by Jim Hauser
Bush Touts Salmon Plan Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/23/3 by McClure & Stiffler
Bush Touts Salmon Surge, Battle of Enviro Issues Chicago Tribune, 8/23/3 by Kemper & Singer
Bush Credits Policy with Salmon Increase Boston Globe, 8/23/3 by Wayne Washington
Bush Rejects Razing Dams to Make Way for Salmon Macon Georgia Online, 8/23/3 by Christina Ling
Bush Wants to Save Salmon, Dams Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, 8/23/3 by Andy Porter
Dams, Fish Can Coexist, Bush says The Oregonian, 8/23/3 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Northwest Symbols on Bush Agenda Seattle Times, 8/23/3 by Staff Reporters
(Listen)Bush Supports Keeping Snake River Dams Oregon Public Radio, 8/22/3 Oregon Considered
Bush Goes Green in Northwest Chicago Tribune, 8/22/3 by Bob Kemper
Salmon: Environmentalists, Tribes Remain Skeptical The News Tribune, 8/22/3 by Les Blumenthal
Bush's Salmon Policy Debated Tri-City Herald, 8/22/3 by Les Blumenthal
Bush Pushes Salmon Restoration w/o Breaching Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/22/2 by Nicholas Geranios
Bush Talks About Environment, Economy Seattle Times, 8/22/3 by Sorensen & Wright
Salmon or Parks -- Bush Record in Dispute Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/22/3 by Stiffler & Craft
Dams Stand, But Faith in Cleanup Teetering Tri-City Herald, 8/22/3 by Staff
Ice Harbor Dam 'an Asset of Astounding Importance' Tri-City Herald, 8/22/3 by Staff & AP
Bush Talks Salmon while Demos Lament Economy Tri-City Herald, 8/22/3 by Associated Press
Bush out West for Fund Raising, Enviro Speeches CNN.com, 8/22/3 by Associated Press
Bush Hits Great Outdoors for Votes, Vindication Seattle Times, 8/21/3 by David Postman
Some Question President's Plan to Focus on Salmon Tri-City Herald, 8/21/3 by Associated Press
The Education of President Bush Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/21/3 by Editorial Board
Bush to Pay Visit to Snake Dam Idaho Statesman, 8/21/3 by Staff
Bush Plans Visit to Region Friday Tri-City Herald, 8/20/3 by Chris Mulick
Bush to Visit Ice Harbor Dam on Friday Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/20/2 by Nicholas Geranios
Now's the Time to Ask Bush Some Tough Questions Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/20/3 by Joel Connelly
Security Formidable for Visit Tri-City Herald, 8/23/3 by John Trumbo
All President's Men Gear Up for Visit Tri-City Herald, 8/21/3 by John Trumbo
Meth Lab Crashes on Likely Bush Route Tri-City Herald, 8/21/3 by John Stang
 
Better Legal Framework Needed for Salmon Wheat Life, 8/3 by Robert Stokes
BIOP Judge Calls for Meeting to Outline Expectations NW Fishletter, 7/22/3 by Bill Rudolph
Irrigators File to Sue Feds Over Hydro BIOP's 'Flaws' NW Fishletter, 7/22/3 by Bill Rudolph
 
Fish Farming No Substitute for Natural Stocks Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/16/3 by Don Thompson
Farmed Salmon Foe to Fishermen Seattle Times, 7/21/3 by Associated Press
 
Advice from Big Apple Too Much to Stomach Tri-City Herald, 8/17/3 by Staff
Just Add Water Seattle Times, 8/16/3 by Barbara Perry
Farm Fresh Salmon Seattle Times, 7/31/3 by Editorial Staff
Try the Wild Salmon Seattle Times, 8/1/3 by Editorial Staff
 
Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Fish Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/19/2 by Nicholas Geranios
Irrigators: Nowhere to Go But to Court? Tri-City Herald, 8/15/3 by Staff
Enviro Group Seeks to Halt Columbia Dredging The Oregonian, 8/9/3 by Dylan Rivera
Idaho Senators Cast Two More Votes Against Trade BPA Watch, 8/5/3 by Jim Fisher
 
Pressing for Regional Ownership of Power System Capital Press, 8/8/3 by Mark Engler
BPA Rate Hikes Can Help PNW in the Long Run Capital Press, 7/25/3 by Larry Swisher
 
U.S. House Nixes Salmon Rehab Funding Hikes Capital Press, 8/8/3 by Larry Swisher
Idaho Senators Bid for Salmon Funding Capital Press, 7/25/3 by Larry Swisher
 
Hydropower Relicensing is Good Policy Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 8/5/3 Linda Church Ciocci
 
Depending on Hatcheries to Stop Extinction Bad Idea Seattle Times, 7/30/3 D. & J. Garrity
Saving Dams and Salmon Stocks Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/25/3 by Larry Sheahan
Flawed Summary of Dams Columbian Basin Herald, 7/25/3 Adrienne Strickland
Common Sense does Battle with Politics as Usual Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/20/3 by Benton Williams
 
Official: Water Storage Isn't Needed Yet BPA Watch, 7/18/3 by Associated Press
Nez Perce Water Rights Case Remains in Mediation Idaho Statesman, 7/5/3 by Staff
Crapo Wants Feds to Pay for Losses at Dworshak Idaho Statesman, 7/3/3 by Staff
 
Same Old Gripes about BPA or New Situation? Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/29/3 by Bill Virgin
BPA Plans to Respond to Critical Evaluation Tri-City Herald, 7/4/3 by Chris Mulick
BPA Review says Agency Lacks Vision Tri-City Herald, 7/3/3 by Chris Mulick
 
House Subcommittee Calls for BPA Review Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/18/3 by CBB Staff
BPA's Risk of Default Grows, GAO says Tri-City Herald, 7/18/3 by Les Blumenthal
GAO Details Delays, Problems in ESA Consultations Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/11/3 by CBB Staff
 
Redden's BiOp Orders Hint at Expectations Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/11/3 by Barry Espenson
 
Irrigators to Sue Over Fish Tri-City Herald, 7/16/3 by Chris Mulick
Yakama Asks 9th Circuit to Review Fish Funding Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/11/3 by Barry Espenson
Vandals, Weather Scar Rock Etchings Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/7/3 by Linda Ashton
 
Good Progress on Columbia Channel Capital Press, 7/4/3 by Editorial Staff
 
Roll on, Swain The Oregonian, 7/3/3 by Staff
Too Harsh on Columbia Swimmer The Oregonian, 7/12/3 by Maxine Frost
Swimmer has a Mission and a Message Seattle Times, 6/12/3 by Hal Bernton
Media All Wet for Buying Story: Hook, Line, Sinker The Oregonian, 7/9/3 by Staff
Where River Meets Ocean, Swimmer's Journey Ends The Oregonian, 7/2/3 by Kevin Graham
Man Swims 1,200 Miles to Protect the Columbia Environmental News Net, 7/2/3 by Lee Douglas
End-to-end Columbia Swim Nears Finish Line BPA Watch, 6/23/3 by Peter Prengaman
 
New Acting Top EPA Officials Named Environmental News Net, 6/27/3 by John Heilprin
Second Top Official at EPA Resigns Environmental News Net, 6/27/3 by John Heilprin
 
Fisheries Official says Salmon Plan "On Track" BPA Watch, 6/25/3 by Matthew Daly
NOAA Strategic Plan for Future Under Review Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/20/3 by CBB Staff
Salmon Rebound May Not Be Permanent Tri-City Herald, 6/16/3 by Les Blumenthal
Scientists: Saving Salmon must Address Population BPA Watch, 6/13/3 by Jeff Barnard
 

U.S. Court Denies Cheney Appeal on Energy Papers Environmental News Net, 7/9/3 by Susan Cornwell
Group to Sue Over Slow Pace of Delisting Action Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/27/3 Barry Espenson
Cities Recognizing the Right to Go Rafting Environmental News Net, 6/20/3 by Jon Sarche
Tribes Call for Improved Salmon Runs BPA Watch, 6/5/3 by Scripps-McClatchy
Judge Orders End to Tribal Water Dispute Idaho Statesman, 5/30/3 Rocky Barker
 
Slippery Salmon Science on Trial before Ninth Circuit Pacific Legal Foundation, 6/3 by Russ Brooks
Dams Stand in Way of Salmon The Oregonian, 7/1/3 by Andrew Wulfers
Dams Can Be Removed The Idaho Press, 6/28/3 Reed Burkholder
The Perfect Recipe for Extinction of Northwest Icon Letters, Seattle Times, 6/24/3 by Becky Stanley
Wild Logic BPA Watch, 6/21/3 by Dick Sherwin
Wind Power is Gentle On the Environment Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 6/12/3 by Bjorn Fredrickson
Governors for All in this Salmon vs. Humans Struggle The Idaho Press, 6/16/3 by Editorial Staff
Four Governors and Four Dams Seattle Times, 6/15/3 by Editorial Staff
Dams are Useless Idaho Statesman, 6/15/3 by Reed Burkholder
Salmon Column Praised Portland Business Journal, 6/9/3 by Jeff Jensen
What's the Price of Extinction? Portland Business Journal, 6/9/3 Dan Hoyt
A Salmon Plan for Rural Idaho Idaho Statesman, 6/5/3 by Steven Bruce
Time to Decide Why We Want to Save the Salmon Portland Business Journal,5/26/3 Richard Shepard
Bitter Debate Threatens Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/20/3 by Editorial Board
Invest in Solutions to NW Salmon Crisis Seattle Times, 5/23/3 by Paula Del Giudice
Breaching the Dams Isn't a Sound Option Seattle Times, 5/23/3 by Cyrus Noe
Good Intentions Don't Save Salmon Seattle Times, 5/18/3 by Editorial Staff
 
Idaho Will Have to Push to Get Back its Wild Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/7/3 by Editorial Staff
Governors: Don't Stop Process on Salmon Recovery Idaho Statesman, 6/6/3 by Gregory Hahn
Governors Stand by their Dams in Salmon Recovery BPA Watch, 6/6/3 by Dan Gallagher
Question & Answer about Snake River Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/5/1 Rocky Barker
Governors Head Back to Drawing Board for Salmon Idaho Statesman, 6/5/1 by Rocky Barker
Governors Need Send a Message: Salmon Matter Idaho Statesman, 6/4/3 by Editorial Staff
Miracle' Cure Idaho Statesman, 6/4/3 by Mike Ihli
Swimming Into Oblivion Seattle Times, 5/17/3 by Peter Nevin
Strong Leadership Needed to Restore Resource Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/11/3 by Benton Williams
 
(Listen)Crapo Focuses on BiOp Rewrite, Collaboration Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/27/3 by CBB Staff
2nd Time this Month, Senate Scrutinizes BPA Environmental News Net, 6/24/3 by SOWS
Senate Panel Hears Testimony on BPA Finances Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/6/3 by CBB Staff
Senator Crapo Wants More Bucks for the BiOp NW Fishletter, 6/30/3 by Bill Rudolph
Council Unhappy with BPA Head's Testimony NW Fishletter, 6/30/3 by Bill Rudolph
Council Letter Details View of Fish Funding to Senate Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/20/3 by Barry Espenson
Idaho Sen. Crapo Plans Salmon & Steelhead Hearing Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/13/3 by CBB Staff
 
Sen. Craig Should Butt Out of Whole Dam Business Idaho State Journal, 6/24/3 by Rocky Barker
Idaho Senator's Dam Provisions Scrutinized Tri-City Herald, 5/12/3 by Les Blumenthal
 
House Panel Approves Salmon Fund; Idaho Eligible Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/13/3 by CBB Staff
Simpson Push for Share of Coastal Salmon Funding BPA Watch, 6/12/3 by Eric Barker
Simpson Bills Await House Action Idaho State Journal, 6/12/3 by Graham Garner
FS Policy Changes may Speed Up Hydro Relicensing NW Fishletter, 6/13/3 by Lynn Francisco
Effort Launched to Amend Hydro Relicensing Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/6/3 by CBB Staff
 
White House Enters Dispute Over Dams Salmon Tri-City Herald, 5/25/3 by Les Blumenthal
 
Redden Rules to Keep BiOp in Place During Remand NW Fishletter, 6/30/3 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Rules BiOp Stays in Place During Revision Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/27/3 by Barry Espenson
Feds Say Dams May No Longer be Jeopardizing Fish NW Fishletter, 6/30/3 by Bill Rudolph
Parties File Briefs Supporting Keeping BiOp in Place Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/20/3 by Barry Espenson
NW Governors Unite Against Breaching Rhetoric NW Fishletter, 6/13/3 by Bill Rudolph
Endangered Species Act 'Broken,' Fed Official Says Capital Press, 6/6/3 by Phillip S. Moore
Fishing Groups Urge Judge to Toss BiOp Now Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/6/3 by Barry Espenson
4 Governors Proclaim Support for Biological Opinion Columbia Basin Bulletin, 6/6/3 by CBB Staff
Dam Breaching Not Back on the Table Capital Press, 5/30/3 by Steve Appel
Judge's Decision Poses Threat for Salmon Plan Tri-City Herald, 5/25/3 by Editorial Staff
Feds Argue Against Removing Basin Salmon Plan Capital Press, 5/23/3 by Mark Engler
Future of Snake System Rests on Upcoming Decision Capital Press, 5/23/3 by Phillip S. Moore
The Pressure's Back On to Save the Salmon Seattle Times, 5/19/3 by Kate Riley
Fish Protection Debates Enter New Phase Capital Press, 5/16/3 by Mark Engler
Ruling on NMFS has Little Effect on Power Plan Capital Press, 5/16/3 by Phillip S. Moore
NW Delegation: Doesn't Mean Breaching is on Table Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/16/3 by CBB Staff
 
Groups Make Case for BiOp'S Immediate Demise NW Fishletter, 6/13/3 by Bill Rudolph
Oregon Judge Dumps BiOp over "Uncertainties" NW Fishletter, 5/20/3 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Calls for More Briefs in BiOp Decision NW Fishletter, 5/20/3 by Bill Rudolph
Judge Tells U.S. to Fix Salmon Plan Seattle Times, 5/17/3 by Hal Bernton
Take Briefs on Whether BiOp Stands During Rewrite Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/16/3 by Barry Espenson
Judge Rules Against BiOp; 'Arbitrary and Capricious' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/9/3 by Barry Espenson
Regional Parties take Stock of Redden's Ruling Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/9/3 by Barry Espenson
Dam Breaching is Back on the Table in Fish Debate Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/9/3 by Associated Press
Judge Agrees with Enviros that Salmon Plan is Faulty Environmental News Net, 5/9/3 by Joseph B. Frazier
Judge: Salmon-Saving Efforts Insufficient Idaho Statesman, 5/8/3 by Staff
Salmon-Protection Plan Falls Short, Judge Rules Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 5/8/3 by Associated Press
Judge Orders Salmon Plan Revision Tri-City Herald, 5/8/3 by Chris Mulick
Salmon Plan Faulty, Judge Rules The Oregonian, 5/8/3 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Judge Orders Revision in Salmon Strategy Seattle Times, 5/8/3 by Lynda V. Mapes
Judge Voids Salmon Plan; Dams at Stake Again Spokesman Review, 5/7/3 by Joseph B. Frazier
Judge Rejects Federal Plan to Save Salmon USA Today, 5/7/3 by Tom Kenworthy
OR Judge may Toss Out Hydro Biological Opinion NW Fishletter, 4/30/3 by Bill Rudolph
Battle over BiOp goes Public; Ruckus over RPA NW Fishletter, 4/30/3 by Bill Rudolph
Federal Judge Hears Oral Arguments on BiOp Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/25/3 by Barry Espenson
Draft Opinion Calls for Reworking BIOP Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/18/3 Barry Espenson
 
Work Continues on Project Allocation for Mainstem Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/9/3 by Barry Espenson
Tribes & Enviros Battle Farm-backed WA Water Bills Environmental News Net, 5/7/3 by Paul Queary
Western Delegation Seeks ESA Reform Capital Press, 4/25/3 by Patricia R. McCoy
 
FERC Sued over Petition Inaction Idaho Statesman, 5/2/3 by Ken Dey
Groups Sue Dam Regulators over Snake River Hydro Spokesman Review, 5/2/3 by Associated Press
Groups Sue FERC over Hells Canyon Complex Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/2/3 by Barry Espenson
 
Corps to Move Petroglyphs from Dalles Dam to Park Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/2/3 by CBB Staff
Public Feels Cut-Off from Decision Making Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/2/3 by CBB Staff
 
Fish Need State Nurture not Just Mother Nature Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/27/3 by Jeffrey Koenings
Salmon Recovery Relies on Free-Flowing River Seattle Post-Intelligencer,4/23/3 by Joseph Bogaard
A Dam Big Issue The Daily Evergreen, 4/22/3 by Sarah McGuire
Home Builders want Salmon Count Redefined Capital Press, 4/11/3 by Staff
Salmon a Convenient Excuse to Dismantle SR Dams Wheat Life, 4/3 by Robert Stokes
PBS Frontiers' Scientist Answer Questions PBS Frontiers, 4/3 Michael Schiewe
 
Snake River on Watchdogs' Sick List Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/10/3 by Robert McClure
Northwest Rivers make Most Endangered List BPA Watch, 4/10/3 by Associated Press
Snake Again on Annual Endangered List Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/11/3 by CBB Staff
Klamath, Snake Retain Spots on Annual Rivers List The Columbian, 4/10/3 by Erik Robinson
 
Interview: Rob Walton, Leader of NOAA Fisheries Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/16/3 by CBB Staff
USFWS Named New Director for Pacific Region Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/25/3 by CBB Staff
Cassidy Recommended for Pacific Salmon Comm. Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/18/3 by Staff
Salmon at Risk with Adviser Rutzick, Critics Say The News Tribune, 4/7/3 by Les Blumenthal
 
SOS Report Feedback Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/7/3 by John McKern
Effectiveness of Smolt Transportation Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/14/3 by Rob Masonis
Dams, Politics, and Science Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/21/3 by John McKern
Snake River Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/3 by Rob Masonis
Fish and Dams Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/11/3 by John McKern
Snake River Fish Recovery Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/18/3 by Rob Masonis
Managing Salmon Survival Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/25/3 by John McKern
Lower Snake Temperatures Columbia Basin Bulletin, 5/9/3 by Rob Masonis
 
NOAA Fishereis Nears 2003 BIOP Findings Report Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Science Panel's Negative Report Stalls RM&E Columbia Basin Bulletin, 4/4/3 by Barry Espenson
Power Council Delays Vote on Dam Changes The Daily Inter Lake, 3/13/3 by Jim Mann
No Surprises from Feds in ESA Fish Status Updates NW Fishletter, 3/7/3 by Bill Rudolph
 
Congress Moves on ESA Exemptions for Military Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/23/3 by CBB Staff
Pentagon to Prepare Exemptions to Enviro Laws Environmental News Net, 3/21/3 by John Heilprin
Military Doesn't Want to Go Green Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/13/3 by Charles Pope
Environmental Exemptions Sought Washington Post, 3/6/3 by Eric Pianin
Military Seeks Exemptions on Harming Environment The New York Times, 3/5/3 by Jennifer Lee
 
House Panel Takes Up Hydro Licensing Reform Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/14/3 by CBB Staff
Leader of Inter-Tribal Fish Comm. takes Umatilla Post The Oregonian, 3/15/3 by Joe Rojas-Burke
Sampson Resigns CRITFC; Takes Umatilla Post Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/14/3 by Wil Phinney
Salmon Effort to Headquarter in Portland The Oregonian, 3/8/3 by Joe Rojas-Burke
NOAA Fisheries Forms Salmon Recovery Division Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/7/3 by CBB Staff
 
Tribes say BPA Underfunds Fish Programs Columbia Basin Bulletin, 3/7/3 by CBB Staff
Annual Flap Over Fish Report Card Makes Headlines NW Fishletter, 3/7/3 by Bill Rudolph
SOS Report Flunks Feds; Agencies Dispute Findings Columbia Basin Bulletin, 2/28/3 by CBB Staff
Bush Ignoring Salmon Goals, Groups Charge Seattle Times, 2/27/3 by Matthew Daly
Bush Lambasted for Record on Salmon The News Tribune, 2/27/3 by Les Blumenthal
U.S. gets 'F' on Salmon Restoration in NW Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/27/3 by Charles Pope
Bush, Congress Need to Take Salmon Seriously The Oregonian, 2/27/3 by Tom Detzel
Agency Saddled with Debt Because not all Users Pay Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/27/3 by Gerard Bentryn
NW Tribes Blast BPA for Fish / Wildlife Funding Cuts The Indian Country, 2/25/3 by Staff
 
Saving Idaho's Fish Post Register, 3/19/3 by J. Robb Brady
Salmon Recovery Failing The Oregonian, 3/15/3 by Tom Wolf
Cutting the Noose From Salmon's Neck Patagonia 3/3 David J. Duncan
Don't Cut Back Water for Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/18/3 by Editorial Board
Critics Ignoring the Basics of Energy Crisis PS Business Journal, 2/21/3 by Steve Ernst
Keep BPA Strong through Tough Times Seattle Times, 2/16/3 by Editorial Staff
Protect Northwest Hydropower The Oregonian, 2/6/3 Editors
Think Snow The Columbian, 2/13/3 by Editorial writers
 
Idaho Farm Bureau Policies for 2003 Idaho Farm Bureau Quarterly, 2/3 by IFB Foundation
 
Groups Sue to Prod State Protecting Wild Salmon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/21/3 by Robert McClure
Green Groups Sue U.S. Govt. over Forest Plan Environmental News Net, 3/5/3 Christopher Doering
NMFS Attorney Sees God Squad on BIOP Horizon NW Fishletter, 1/31/3 by Bill Rudolph
 
Along for the Ride Missoulian, 1/18/3 by Sherry Devlin
Trout Unlimited Signs on for 'Green Power' Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/17/3 by CBB Staff
Name Change: NW Power & Conservation Council Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/17/3 by Mike O'Bryant
 
Idahoan Considered for FERC Idaho Statesman, 2/21/3 by Ken Dey
West has a Power Shortage on Energy Panel Spokesman Review, 2/20/3 by Bert Caldwell
Walden gets Waiver to Keep Resources Seat Capital Press, 1/24/3 by Staff
Idahoan Named Head of Power Council Idaho Statesman, 1/21/3 by Staff
Idaho Member Heads NW Power Planning Council Times-News, 1/21/3 by Associated Press
Idaho's Danielson Takes NWPPC Leadership Post Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/17/3 by Barry Espenson
 
Channel Deepening Hearings Draw Large Crowds Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/10/3 by Mike O'Bryant
Drawdown Does More Damage than Dredging Capital Press, 1/10/3 by John McKern
 
Candidate Bush may have Told Us a Fish Story Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1/15/3 by Joel Connelly
Republicans Tap Chairs for Key Enviro Panels Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/10/3 by CBB Staff
New Council Member said Driven by Fairness State & Local Wire, 12/30/2 by Associated Press
Former State Senate Pres. Takes NWPPC Post Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/15/2 by Barry Espenson
Oregon Member of NWPPC to Resign Spokesman Review, 11/7/2 by Associated Press
Member of Power Board Announces Resignation The Oregonian, 11/6/2 Jonathan Brinckman
 
Mull Including Rainbow Trout with Steelhead Tallies Capital Press, 1/10/3 by Associated Press
 
Panel Begins Columbia River Study Next Month Capital Press, 1/10/3 by Associated Press
National Academy of Science to Review Policies Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/20/2 by Mike O'Bryant
Team to Assess Columbia Salmon Tri-City Herald, 12/29/02 by Mike Lee
 

2002

Viewing Environment through Human Center Lens Wheat Life, 1/3 by Robert Stokes
Four Dams on the Snake River The Bay City Times, 12/19/2 by The Editors
Don't Sacrifice Salmon While Pursuing Power Seattle Times, 12/17/2 by Mike Carlson
Focus on Right Catch Seattle Times, 12/17/2 by Jesse Feathers
More Power and Fish? Seattle Times, 12/13/2 by Editorial Staff
Council Hears on Proposed Flow Aug Changes Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/13/2 by Barry Espenson
Fish Need Water The Oregonian, 12/12/2 Editors
 
Suit Versus Cheney Is Dismissed Washington Post, 12/10/2 by Neely Tucker
Fed Judge Hears Wild vs. Hatchery Listing Issue Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/6/2 by CBB Staff
Patriotism Lies in Weaning U.S. From Fossil Fuels Los Angeles Times, 12/2/2 by Robert Redford
 
Plan to Dredge River Halted Seattle Times, 12/13/2 by Ray Rivera
Judge Puts Lower Snake Dredging on Hold Tri-City Herald, 12/13/2 by Mike Lee
Court Injunction Halts Lower Snake River Dredging Columbia Basin Bulletin, 12/13/2 by Barry Espenson
Groups Sue to Stop Snake River Dredging Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/15/2 by Barry Espenson
Challenge Seeks to Halt Snake River Dredging Tri-City Herald, 11/13/2 by Mike Lee
Enviros Fight Dredging Plan BPA Watch, 11/8/2 by Eric Barker
Groups Oppose Dredging of Snake River Idaho Statesman, 11/3/2 by Staff
Group Wants to Stop Dredging BPA Watch, 11/2/2 by Eric Barker
 
Those For & Against Cite Flow Aug Science Columbia Basin Bulletin, 1/17/3 by Barry Espenson
Power Planners to Review Use of Dams The Columbian, 1/12/3 by Staff
PUD Pitches in $8,000 to Review Federal Plan The Columbian, 1/8/3 by Erik Robinson
Irrigators Support No Water Increase Spokesman Review, 11/20/2 by Associated Press
Dam Management Plan Angers Environmentalists PS Business Journal, 11/18/2 by Steve Ernst
Public Hearings on Proposed Mainstem Changes Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/15/2 by Barry Espenson
Council Hears Testimony on Water Plan Spokesman Review, 11/14/2 by Dan Hansen
Hearing Focuses on Reduced Spring Flow Spokesman Review, 11/13/2 by Dan Hansen
Council Unveils Plan for Columbia Capital Press, 11/1/2 by Mitch Lies
Council Seeks 'Solid Science' on Hydro Changes Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/1/2 by Barry Espenson
Council Disputes Controls of Rivers Tri-City Herald, 10/31/2 by Mike Lee
Plan Calls for Releasing Less Water for Fish The Oregonian, 10/19/2 Jonathan Brinckman
Montanans Praise Council's Mainstem Efforts Columbia Basin Bulletin, 11/1/1 by Jim Mann
BPA Columbia Customers Favor MT / ID Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/18/2 by Mike O'Bryant
ID & MT Seek Reduced Water Spills for Salmon The Oregonian, 10/16/2 Jonathan Brinckman
 
Energy Task Force Is Told to Turn Over Papers Wall Street Journal, 10/17/2 by Associated Press
 
Mediation in BIOP Lawsuit Fails Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/11/2 by Barry Espenson
Salmon Soldiers March Back into Court over BIOP NW Fishletter, 10/1/2 by Bill Rudolph
Coalition May Sue Salmon Farms Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/26/2 by Associated Press
Salmon Lawsuit Suffers Initial, But Not Fatal, Blow Capital Press, 9/6/2 by Cookson Beecher
 
Dams are Central to Salmon Problem St. Petersburg Times, 10/24/2 by Melissa Metcalfe
Let's Get Started Saving Resources Spokesman Review, 10/18/2 by Paul Haeder
Dam Removal Still Best Option Spokesman Review, 10/18/2 by Pat Ford
Writer Wrong About Dam Removal Spokesman Review, 10/17/2 by Jim Hollingsworth
Dam Removal Advocates Wrong, but Here to Stay Spokesman Review, 10/7/2 by Robert Stokes
Idaho Dams Deserve a Failing Grade Idaho Statesman, 10/4/2 by Reed Burkholder
BPA's Notion of Cost Turns Word on its Head The Oregonian, 9/24/2 by Michael C. Blumm
Good Corps Plan Needs Vigilance Capital Press, 9/20/2 by Editorial Staff
No End in Sight to Water Wars, Experts Say Capital Press, 9/20/2 by Dave Wilkins
Power Prospects Depend on Where You Are Capital Press, 9/20/2 by Mark Engler
Dams That Waste Dollars, Resources The Tampa Tribune, 9/19/2 by Editorial Staff
Religions Find New Soul Mate in Ecology Contra Costa Times, 9/26/2 by Matt Sedensky
bin Ladin's Salmon Recipe Wood River Journal 9/18/2 by Tom Cies
A Practical Case for Breaching Post Register, 9/18/2 by J. Robb Brady
More Voices for Dam-Breaching Idaho Mountain Express, 9/11/2 by Editorial Staff
Saving the Salmon Providence Journal, 9/10/2 by Staff
America Dammed Water and the West The Weekly Standard, 9/9/2 by Bill Croke
Conserving Water Comes Before More Storage Capital Press, 9/6/2 by Patricia R. McCoy
Water Transport Deserves to Work Capital Press, 9/6/2 by Editorial Staff
 
CRITFC'S Sampson Earns Leadership Award Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/7/2 by Staff
Natives Gather for Celebration of Culture Seattle Times, 9/8/2 by Christine Clarridge
Craig Raises 75% of Cash from Outside Idaho Idaho Mountain Express, 10/14/2 by Associated Press
 
Rand's Study on Regional Energy Wasn't Political PS Business Journal, 11/8/2 by Stephen Rattien
Power Planning Council Disputes Snake Report PS Business Journal, 10/25/2 by Steve Ernst
Power Council Calls Dams Report Inexact Tri-City Herald, 10/22/2 by Mike Lee
Council Disputes Findings in RAND Report Columbia Basin Bulletin, 10/18/2 by Staff
Dam Removal Still on the Table Tri-City Herald, 9/15/2 by Chris Mulick
RAND Report Stirs Breaching Issue Back to Life NW Fishletter, 9/13/2 by Bill Rudolph
Think Tank's Thought on Dam Breaching is All Wet Union Bulletin, 9/8/2 by The Editorial Board
Dam Breaching Effects Questioned BPA Watch, 9/1(?)/2 Tribune & AP
 
Pouring Money in a River BPA Watch, 8/30(?)/2 by Staff
BPA Rate Increase May Be Necessary Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/3/2 by Editorial Board
BPA Administrator Asks a Question of Values BPA's Journal, 8/2 by Staff
 
BPA says GAO Seriously Underestimates Costs NW Fishletter, 9/13/2 by Bill Rudolph
Report: Recovery Efforts to Save Salmon Fruitless Seattle Times, 8/27/2 by Matthew Daly
$3.3 Billion Spent to Save NW Salmon Spokesman Review, 8/27/2 by Dan Hansen
GAO Salmon Review: Need for Improvement Press Release, 8/26/2 by Susan Wheeler
 
Flow Proponents Sound Off as Council Begins NW Fishletter, 8/23/2 by Bill Rudolph
 
Great Natural Zoo has Become an 'Extinction Zone' Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 9/18/2 by Joel Connelly
Chinook Remain 'Endangered' while Suit Proceeds Seattle Times, 8/23/2 by Matthew Daly
A Fish is A Fish is A Fish High Country News, 8/19/2 by Laura Paskus
Snake River Promise Boston Globe, 8/11/2 by Editorial Staff
NMFS Unveils Proposals for ESA Listing Policy NW Fishletter, 8/6/2 by Bill Rudolph
Protection Disappoints Property-Rights Advocates Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/25/2 by Robert McClure
Protect Salmon as Long as Wild Stocks Struggle The Oregonian, 7/25/2 Jonathan Brinckman
NMFS to Investigate 'Wild Only' Listing Proposals Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/26/2 by Barry Espenson
NMFS' Draft Hatchery Policy Focuses on Wild Fish Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/26/2 by Barry Espenson
 
Interior Secretary in Contempt Over Indian Trust Wall Street Journal, 9/18/2 by John J. Fialka
House Panel Limits Probe Into Indian Trust Fund Wall Street Journal 7/25/2 by John J. Fialka
Indian Trust Fund Workers Criticized by Court Spokesman Review, 4/12/2 by Associated Press
Judge to Protect Indian Trust Fund from Hackers Spokesman Review, 12/6/1 by Robert Gehrke
 
Senate Nixes Spending Increase for Salmon Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/9/2 by Staff
Idaho Gets Fish Recovery Funds Capital Press, 8/2/2 by Dave Wilkins
BPA Pumps Cash into Program to Rebuild Runs Idaho Statesman, 7/26/2 by Staff
ID Praises 'Mountain Snake' Funding by BPA Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/26/2 by Staff
BPA Announces $9 Million 'Blue Mountain' Plan Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/26/2 by Staff
Senate Panel Boosts Corps' Columbia Budget Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/26/2 by Staff
Senate Panel Leaves ID Out of Salmon Fund Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/19/2 by Staff
Conference on Columbia River's Major Issues Columbia Basin Bulletin, 7/19/2 by Staff
 
Brogoitti Removal Hearing Canceled Indefinitely NW Fishletter, 9/13/2 by Bill Rudolph
Brogoitti Hangs on at NW Power Planning Council NW Fishletter, 8/23/2 by Bill Rudolph
Kitzhaber's Friend Becomes Foe The Oregonian, 8/19/2 Jonathan Brinckman
Brogoitti: I'll Stay for Stewardship Capital Press, 8/16/2 by John Brogoitti
Brogoitti Pushes Water Project Capital Press, 8/16/2 by John McDonald
Gavel Spat Distracts from Threat to NW Power Seattle Times, 8/12/2 by Kate Riley
Kitzhaber Designates Appointee The Oregonian, 8/9/2 Jonathan Brinckman
Brogoitti to Appeal Ouster from Power Council Capital Press, 8/9/2 by Mike Forrester
Oregon Council Member Fired by his Governor NW Fishletter, 8/6/2 by Bill Rudolph
Member Breaks with Kitzhaber; Refuses to Resign Columbia Basin Bulletin, 8/2/2 by Barry Espenson
Council Says No to Oregon Over Chair Vote NW Fishletter, 7/19/2 by Bill Rudolph
Power Council Snubs Oregon Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/18/2 by Linda Ashton
Oregon May Leave Power Council Tri-City Herald, 7/14/2 by