The return of wolves stirs up old hostilities between rural and urban Oregonians.
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After just three weeks of simmering will-they-won't-they tension, wildlife officials report today wolf OR-7’s mate has given birth to two furry wolf babies.The famous OR-7, who made international headlines after walking 1,000 miles from Northeastern Oregon to Northern California, has produced the first offspring west of the Cascades since your grandpappy's day. In early May, b...
California's Superstar Wolf May Have Sired Some Wolf Puppies
In 2011, a wolf labeled OR-7 because he was the seventh Oregon wolf to receive a tag, left the confines of the Wallowa Valley in Oregon's northeastern corner and followed the road of so many starry-eyed ingenues: he headed south to California in search of fame, stardom and miles and miles of wolf ass. The first two came easily...
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Thursday, Oct. 24
Keep Portland Lost
It’s pumpkin patch time at the Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island. This year’s Maize is themed “Keep Portland Lost,” because that’s the goal: to trap Portlanders inside the maze of corn, then harvest the hapless denizens of the Rose City into, I don’t know, corn syrup or something. The Maize at the Pumpkin Patch, 16511 N...More