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Henry Miller

Statesman Journal

Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Henry:

These days, stockings ring in trout season

It’s been 24 years since year-round fishing was allowed, erasing tradition of opening day. → Read More

Albany lake known for fish, but also large duck, paddle boats

Lake off Interstate 5 is being stocked now, and duck and paddle boats will return in June. → Read More

The best time to go fishing is...any time that you can

A lot of people have different opinions on when to go fishing. But is there a right answer? → Read More

Gervais ponds offer fishing option for disabled

St. Louis Ponds feature paved trails, accessible fishing docks and fishing platforms. → Read More

Miller: Reminiscing about trout stocking and my favorite Butts

I miss the annual visits to the Statesman Journal office by Sally and Larry Butts of Salem. → Read More

One person's invasive is another's jambalaya

Invasive, or étouffée? → Read More

Algae advisories lifted in Klamath Couny

Algae health advisories lifted at two lakes, one reservoir in Klamath County → Read More

Plea hearing delayed in cyclist hit and run

Plea hearing for woman in hit and run of Keizer cyclist delayed until December → Read More

Badger Lake Fire out after scorching 80 acres

Fire in Badger Lake Wilderness held to 80 acres, source was human-caused, officials say → Read More

Rare Sierra Nevada red fox in Oregon

Abundance, range of rare Sierra Nevada red fox in Oregon is being explored → Read More

2016 hunting rules, wolves top agenda

Public comments on wolf de-listing, adopting 2016 hunting rules are on Fish and Wildlife Commission agenda Friday → Read More

Badger Fire has grown to 60 acres

Badger Fire grows to 60 acres in rough terrain for firefighters in Badger Lake Wilderness → Read More

Public's help sought in hoof disease fight

Hunters, outdoor enthusiasts asked to report elk that are limping in data-collection effort on hoof disease → Read More

Mussel gathering closed on south coast

Departments of Agriculture, Fish and Wildlife close recreational mussel gathering south of Yachats → Read More

Algae advisory lifted on Willamette

Long-running toxic-algae advisory is lifted for Ross Island Lagoon on the Willamette River → Read More

Drone work group updates lawmakers

The Work Group on Unmanned Aircraft Systems updates committee about work on privacy, identification → Read More

Pheasant pen vandalized

A pen holding pheasants at E.E. Wilson Wildlife Area north of Corvallis was vandalized on the evening of Sept. 17. → Read More

Lakes will drop below low-water boat ramps

The low-water boat ramps at Detroit and Green Peter reservoirs probably will be out of the water as early as next week, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. → Read More

Campfire bans lifted in area national parks

Following the lead of the Siuslaw National Forest, the Willamette, Mt. Hood and Umpqua National forests have lifted campfire restrictions. → Read More

Campfire ban lifted on Siuslaw NF

With the arrival of cooler, wetter weather, Siuslaw National Forest officials have lifted the ban on campfires across the forest. Visitors also can use charcoal grills in developed campgrounds and at day-use areas. → Read More