CHICO HOT SPRINGS, Mont. — Bison managers here Nov. 28 agreed to try to cull between 600 and 900 Yellowstone bison through hunting and capture-for-slaughter operations this winter.

TORRINGTON, Wyo. — Now that it’s official the Western Sugar will no longer be processing beet sugar in Torrington and 92 employees have been informed they will be permanently laid off come January, it’s time for Torrington to look to the future — and brace for the economic impact.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Two percent of our population produces food for the other 98 percent. These farmers are often unseen. OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center in cooperation with the Klamath County School District and the Klamath City School District are inviting local potato fa…

SALEM, Ore. — Pinot noir is one of the finickiest grapes, but with proper nurturing it produces an amazing wine. Officials in Oregon and at a U.S. government agency are similarly finicky, and are stomping on a California winery’s claims that it makes an Oregon pinot.

LARAMIE, Wyo. — With forecasters increasingly expectant of an El Niño in the first months of 2019, Albany County is currently on track to bring irrigators ample water, and possible flooding, next year.

GILLETTE, Wyo. — The Adventurarium in Gillette is growing plants and feeding many of its animals through a new hydroponics room.

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Rogue Pack’s taste for beef continues after a 700-pound calf found dead and partially eaten Saturday in northeast Jackson County became the fifth cow kill attributed to gray wolf OR-7’s pack in the past three weeks, officials said.

DAY CREEK Wash. — Jim Hayton had been looking for his family’s 1959 John Deere 730 tractor for 10 years when he got a call that it was on Craigslist.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath Tribes on Thursday announced they have withdrawn a lawsuit regarding lake levels in Upper Klamath Lake against the Bureau of Reclamation.

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Two ranchers in eastern Oregon are working with the state to test a new strategy for preventing livestock attacks by wolves with the hope of breaking an impasse between conservationists and ranchers on how to manage the predators.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath Tribes on Thursday announced they have withdrawn a lawsuit regarding lake levels in Upper Klamath Lake against the Bureau of Reclamation.

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Two ranchers in eastern Oregon are working with the state to test a new strategy for preventing livestock attacks by wolves with the hope of breaking an impasse between conservationists and ranchers on how to manage the predators.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Department of Interior official Alan Mikkelsen — who spent the week in Klamath Falls and Medford — said he will return to the Klamath Basin next month to continue water talks, but that he has no plans to reach out to the Klamath Tribes based on their last interaction.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Two students from Cheyenne’s East High are continuing a trend of top agriculture students at the school.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — At Shasta Elementary School in Klamath Falls, the countdown was done over the intercom. Students throughout the school were ready to simultaneously bite into their Oregon-grown apples Oct. 30 as part of the first-ever Crunch at Once event.

TREMONTON, Utah — About 10 years ago when Cody Roche got his first Angora goat, he did it because he liked how they looked and not what they could one day become.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Wolves from two packs that have been preying on cattle in the northeastern corner of the state will be killed, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said Wednesday morning.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A trio of cattle deaths in the Fort Klamath area last week are being blamed on the Rogue Wolf Pack.

LOGAN, Utah. — Farmers are always looking for ways to improve crop production while maintaining soil health for future yields. In Utah’s arid climate, the soil’s health and ability to hold water can determine a harvest’s success or failure.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Students at Klamath Community College are learning more about local water issues thanks to a scholarship provided by a local producer.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The 2018 water year in the Klamath Basin was as wild as a rollercoaster ride by some accounts, with a collective sigh of relief coming at the end of the season by many in the ag community.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The death of a fourth calf found killed in the Fort Klamath area was again done by the Rogue Wolf Pack, according to a report issued Tuesday by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — Margot Dodd, this year’s winner of the annual Oktoberfest Cow Pie Bingo contest, says it’s the best pie she’s ever had!

KALISPELL, Mont. — Carlos lets out a long, low-pitched protest moan — sounding suspiciously like Chewbacca in the Star Wars movies — as Jim Watson says “sook sook” and gently pulls the enormous camel’s head and halter downward.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Oilfield byproduct water is now a resource instead of a waste, and that new resource may improve the livelihoods of farmers and ranchers.

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Federal officials won’t make any changes to domestic sheep grazing guidelines on public land in a southwestern Montana mountain range despite objections from wild sheep advocates who argue the practice threatens a nearby herd of wild bighorns.

MOUNT VERNON — The Skagit County Board of Commissioners approved a study Monday that will look into the potential impacts of agritourism in the county.

LOGAN, Utah — For the second time, the Caine Dairy Teaching and Research Center was ranked the No. 1 college dairy herd in the nation by Holstein World magazine.

TREMONTON, Utah — Tremonton City officials have commissioned a familiar face to create the city’s next mural, continuing a tradition for which the city has gained recognition statewide and beyond.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Students at Klamath Community College are learning more about local water issues thanks to a scholarship provided by a local producer.

DUNDEE, Ore. — No one knows just what bee species live in Oregon, which means we can’t even begin to track if they’re declining. Oregon Public Broadcasting reports a statewide project wants to change that.

EDISON, Wash. — The Edison Farmers Market is set to come to an end Sunday unless someone steps forward to manage the market or a funding source is found.

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — For Lake County Resident Mary Woodworth, the opportunity to attend the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s (NCBA) Young Cattlemen’s Conference (YCC) this summer was something she attributed to being in the right place at the right time.

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — Skagit County Planning Commission voted unanimously Oct. 16 to recommend a long-range study that will look into the potential effects of agritourism in the county.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — “I’ve got a question for you guys,” rancher Jason Chapman said as 12 Mazama High School students looked around his Poe Valley ranch. “What percentage of the U.S. population is involved in agriculture?”

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — This fall, almost every variety of quinoa available in North America and some from Europe and South America was growing at the Washington State University Mount Vernon Research Center.

Key provisions for water relief in the Klamath Basin of Oregon and northern California are included in a major piece of legislation signed into law on Tuesday by President Donald Trump.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Several senior residents at Pelican Pointe spent Monday afternoon riding in style with horse-drawn carriage rides, apple cider and cookies, and fall foliage at Solid Ground Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy, a horse therapy facility in Klamath Falls.

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Montanans have grown lentils for two decades, at times producing more lentils than any other state. But growers and scientists still have many questions about managing the crop that is uniquely suited for the northern Great Plains and Pacific Northwest.

DENVER — President Donald Trump on Oct. 19 ordered the government to speed up environmental reviews and streamline regulations he says are hindering work on major water projects in Western states.