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Federal biologists forecast a big increase in salmon returns to two rivers that have returned stingy catches for Oregon and California fishermen in recent years.  The biologists say more water for fish and an upturn in the cyclical supply of food in the Pacific Ocean is largely responsible for improved runs in the Klamath and Sacramento Rivers. The Pacific Fishery Management Council forecasts 1.65 million adult Chinook salmon for the Klamath River and almost 820,000 for the Sacramento. The Klamath expectations are more than four times higher than last year.

 

 

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  • I-84,Troutdale MP 17 - 62, in the Coumbia Gorge remains closed. The highway is closed EB at Exit 17 in Troutdale. Trucks use US-26 to OR-35 as an alternate route.

 

  • Construction at 27th Street . Northbound Lane Closed from Ferguson to Bear Creek.  Detour in place.

 

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  • O.B. Riley Road South-bound lane closed south of Mervin Samples Rd (12/17)