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  1. Go: Harvest Celebration Farm Tour, Sturgeon Festival, Repair CafeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | The Columbian

    Get an insider's view of farm living during the 20th annual Harvest Celebration Farm Tour, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 15. Ten farms in Clark County will open their operations to the public so that local folks can learn about life on the farm.

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  2. Fishing report, Sept. 13Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | The Columbian

    The fall salmon season is closed from Buoy 10 upstream to U.S. Highway 395 in Pasco, starting as of Thursday. The river was closed by emergency order.

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  3. Trump awards Medal of Honor to late airmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 22 | The Columbian

    Valerie Nessel, second from left, accompanied by family members, blows a kiss to the sky as she accepts a Medal of Honor from President Donald Trump, center, for her husband, Air Force Tech. Sgt. John A. Chapman, on Wednesday at the White House.

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  4. Salmon Challenge draws anglers to Buoy 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 22 | The Columbian

    Under clear skies and fine weather, the 19th annual Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association Buoy 10 Salmon Challenge was held on Aug. 17 on the Columbia River near Astoria. The tides were good for the event, and while runs are not great this year, fishing for Chinook and coho salmon during the derby was good, albeit a bit spotty.

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  5. Outlook improving at Buoy 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | The Columbian

    The Buoy 10 fishery has been open for two weeks now, and a number of fishing patterns are beginning to emerge. Catches have improved over the last week, and anglers and guides are figuring where to be to intercept the schools.

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  6. Team rushes to help ailing orca spotted off CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2018 | The Columbian

    Teams of whale experts raced out to sea Thursday to help an ailing young killer whale, but they don't plan to intervene to help a mother orca in the same critically endangered pod that has been pushing the body of her dead calf for more than two weeks. The young orca J50 was spotted off British Columbia and teams were preparing to do a health assessment if conditions in the waters between the U.S. and Canada allow, said Michael Milstein, a spokesman with NOAA Fisheries.

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  7. Biologists consider options to save emaciated orcaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2018 | The Columbian

    Federal biologists are weighing a range of emergency options to save an emaciated endangered orca, including possibly feeding it live salmon at sea dosed with medication. Whale researchers are worried about the survival of the 4-year-old female orca known as J50, a member of the dwindling population of southern resident killer whales that spends summer months in the inland waters of Washington and British Columbia.

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  8. Fishing report Aug. 2Current & Upcoming Fishing OpportunitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2018 | The Columbian

    Effective Wednesday, the fall salmon season opened from Buoy 10 upstream to the Oregon/Washington Border above McNary Dam . An estimated 375,500 fall Chinook and 213,600 coho are expected to return to the Columbia River this fall.

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  9. Buoy 10 opens soon, but for how long is the questionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | The Columbian

    Robbie San Souchi shows off a fall Chinook he caught at Buoy 10 last year while fishing with Buzz Ramsey of Yakima Bait. The largest salmon fishery in the Lower 48 kicks off Aug. 1 at Buoy 10 of the Columbia River, but the season and limits have been reduced because of poor projections for returns of Chinook and coho salmon.

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  10. Fishing report: July 26Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | The Columbian

    The Columbia River from the Astoria-Megler Bridge upstream to the Oregon/Washington is open to fishing for summer steelhead, sockeye and Chinook jacks through July 31 . White sturgeon retention is closed from Buoy 10 upstream to McNary Dam but remains an option for catch-and-release fishing.

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  11. New endangered Puget Sound orca dies soon after birthRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | The Columbian

    The first calf born in three years to the endangered orcas that spend time in Pacific Northwest waters died Tuesday, the latest troubling sign for a population already at its lowest in more than three decades. A dead orca was seen being pushed to the surface by her mother about a half hour after it was spotted alive, said Ken Balcomb, senior scientist with the Center for Whale Research on San Juan Island, which closely tracks individual whales.

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  12. Fishing Report: July 18Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2018 | The Columbian

    The Columbia River from the Astoria-Megler Bridge upstream to the Oregon/Washington border is open to fishing for summer steelhead, sockeye and Chinook jacks. White sturgeon retention is closed from Buoy 10 upstream to McNary Dam but remains an option for catch-and-release fishing.

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  13. Fishing report, July 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2018 | The Columbian

    The Columbia River from the Astoria-Megler Bridge upstream to the Oregon-Washington border is open to fishing for summer steelhead, sockeye and Chinook jacks. The McNary Pool is open to the retention of legal white sturgeon through July 31. Anglers are reminded that spawning sanctuaries are in effect.

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  14. Taking it to the bank for salmon, shadRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2018 | The Columbian

    Anglers on Hamilton Island below the Bonneville Dam measure a summer chinook to see if it is shorter than 24 inches. The retention of adult Chinook below Bonneville was closed on July 1, but anglers can keep jacks.

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  15. Fishing report: July 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2018 | The Columbian

    Salmonid angling is currently open for Chinook jacks, steelhead, and sockeye from the Astoria-Megler Bridge upstream to Bonneville Dam. Adult summer Chinook retention closed early on July 1. The McNary Pool is open to the retention of legal white sturgeon through July 31. Anglers are reminded that spawning sanctuaries are in effect .

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  16. Columbia River sockeye run beats forecastsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2018 | The Columbian

    The Columbia River Technical Advisory Council has upgraded this year's sockeye run to double the pre-season forecast, from 99,000 to 209,000. Fisheries managers from Washington and Oregon responded by opening a sockeye retention season on the Columbia starting July 1. "The new projection means there is a sufficient number of fish for recreational fishing opportunities throughout the Columbia," said Bill Tweit, a WDFW special assistant, in a press release.

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  17. Fishing report, June 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2018 | The Columbian

    Salmonid angling on the Columbia River is currently open for Chinook jacks and steelhead from the Astoria-Megler Bridge upstream to Bonneville Dam. Also, adult summer Chinook may be kept until July 4. The McNary Pool is open to the retention of legal white sturgeon through July 31. Anglers are reminded that spawning sanctuaries are in effect .

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  18. Out and About: Chinook season extendedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | The Columbian

    Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington extended the ongoing recreational spring Chinook fishing season on the lower Columbia River, set a one-day white sturgeon season in the estuary, and approved a two-fish bag limit on Chinook above Bonneville Dam today during a joint state hearing. Downstream of Bonneville Dam, the states approved a nine-day extension to the ongoing spring Chinook season continuing through June 15. The effective area is from the Tongue Point/Rocky Point line up to the boat and bank deadlines near Bonneville Dam.

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  19. Out and About: Spring Chinook run downgradedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | The Columbian

    Based on the available data and the range of evidence discussed, TAC downgraded the upriver spring Chinook run size from 167,700 to 116,500 adult fish expected to return to the Columbia River mouth. Recreational fishermen will get another chance to go after spring Chinook salmon in the Columbia River under seasons adopted this week by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington.

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  20. Chinook numbers on Snake, Columbia improvingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2018 | The Columbian

    Spring chinook counts in the Snake and Columbia rivers are improving after a late start to this year's run, but fishery managers in Idaho, Oregon and Washington are still unsure how strong the final run will be. Flows on the lower Columbia River have surged in recent weeks and may be the reason for a dip in the number of chinook passing Bonneville Dam last week and this week, The Lewiston Tribune reported .

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