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Two new siphons in Lind Coulee will help expand ground water deliveries

By JOURNAL STAFF

Officials from the Columbia Basin Project say the first 13 miles of expansion are complete.


Groundwater worries stop well permits in SE Oregon

By MATEUSZ PERKOWSKI

Water regulators have largely stopped permitting new agricultural wells in Oregon's Harney Basin due to concerns about groundwater depletion.


13 states sue over rule giving feds authority on state water

By JAMES MacPHERSON

Thirteen states led by North Dakota filed a lawsuit Monday challenging an Obama administration rule that gives federal agencies authority to protect some streams, tributaries and wetlands under the Clean Water Act.


Denny Substation costs rise by $36M

By JOURNAL STAFF

City Light says the cost of building Denny Substation has jumped by $35.9 million to $209.5 million because of design changes, higher prices for equipment, a construction delay and soil cleanup.


Power plant ruling may be temporary setback

By SAM HANANEL

The Supreme Court split 5-4 to rule that the EPA failed to take cost into account when it first decided to regulate the toxic emissions from coal- and oil-fired plants.


Coal plant operator says Colstrip still profitable to operate for now

By MATTHEW BROWN

Colstrip serves customers across the Pacific Northwest and is co-owned by Talen, PacifiCorp, Avista Utilities, Portland General Electric, Puget Sound Energy and Northwestern Energy.


Solar farms proposed near Bend

By TED SHORACK

Two adjoining solar facilities have been proposed east of Bend and others could soon follow.


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