Lands protesters vow to keep up the fight

FBI: No explosives or booby traps found at refuge

Malheur standoff: The latest

Wildlife refuge now a crime scene

BURNS — The site of a nearly five-week-long armed occupation, the headquarters for the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is now a crime scene. FBI agents are going through a series of sweeps of the compound, occupied by militants until Thursday. “The refuge has already been ...MORE

Cliven Bundy charged in 2014 Nevada standoff

NEWS UPDATE

Occupiers arrested, but it’s still not over

BURNS — Emotion. Exhaustion. Relief. All were on display Thursday afternoon from Harney County Sheriff David Ward during a news conference marking the end of the 41-day armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters. The siege ended late Thursday morning with the peaceful ...MORE

MALHEUR REFUGE

Holdouts say they will turn themselves in Thursday morning

Cliven Bundy arrested after flying into Portland

Groups file for Central Oregon water supply changes

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Dog tag display may lead to more returns

BLM plans controlled fires in Central Oregon

Lawsuits over spotted frog worry farmers

Paulina Lake lodge sues ODFW over flooding

Bend skier rescued after falling into tree well

Social media, online news key in refuge cases

In building a case against Ammon Bundy and other accused occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters, the FBI relied upon social media and news reports. The headquarters remains occupied so rather than search the compound for evidence, FBI investigators scoured the Internet, according ...MORE

Occupation draws Central Oregonians to Harney County

Memorial to Finicum torn down

Large thinning, controlled burn project planned for Ochocos

Oregon Wild’s reputation factor in opposition to Ochoco plan

OCHOCO NATIONAL FOREST

Recreation area plan stirs local debate

Grand jury indicts Ammon Bundy and some other occupiers

Snow depths looking solid west of Bend

MALHEUR REFUGE OCCUPATION

Bundy remains in jail as four holdouts show no signs of leaving

Restoration planned for Deep Creek in Ochocos

The tribes

Burns Paiute Tribe: Afraid for their heritage

Malheur standoff: The aftermath

A tense Burns starts asking, what now?

Refuge occupiers remain vigilant

NEWS UPDATE

Judge denies release of Malheur occupiers

Judge won’t release three of the main occupiers

Woman drawn to Malheur, wants to bring an end to occupation

Tuesday shooting victim ID’d as LaVoy Finicum

Burns: Upset, relief, sorrow as occupation unravels

Few details about traffic stop that led to Malheur arrests

Oregon lawmakers react to arrests, shooting

Bundy asks holdouts at refuge to go home

The scene in Harney County

A somber night in Burns after arrests

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