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This fast-growing, light-weight poplar is finding a market in a more carbon-conscious forest-products industry.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The gas tax would be phased out and drivers monitored by GPS and subjected to a mileage tax instead.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
An international movement to change the ethic of growing cities seems right for the Northwest. But we'd have to check the boom-town impulses embedded both in our growth economy and our frontier DNA.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
The pressure for real estate and the short-term perspective of fancy Wall Street financial instruments have changed the old line companies utterly.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
So far, no big catches in the Northwest by the Obama team. But keep an eye on Rep. Adam Smith.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Our religious impulses toward the wilderness could be boosted by the way our brains work.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The campaign symbol that got away. Plus: tales of ravenous locusts, obese bears, Bigfoot's B.C. invasion, and more animal news.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
There's still hope for state Republicans. According to columnist Joel Connelly, all the GOP needs to do is cut ties with its biggest backer — the Building Industry Association of Washington.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
As Washington and Oregon become increasingly urban, Republicans are increasingly scarce. They remain in control of isolated, rural counties, but their numbers are no match for Democrats.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
Some links to voting-related Web sites to help you prepare.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The network's political director surveys all 50 states for races and trends to watch. Here's what he sees in the Northwest.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Will the purported Obama wave show up to the polls on Tuesday? Actually, the wave may be bigger than we all expected.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The fierce struggle over the 60-vote barrier in the U.S. Senate could be decided by a third-party candidate in Oregon.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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