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Weyerhaeuser to sell Montana timberland for $145 million

Weyerhaeuser’s three manufacturing facilities in Montana won’t be affected by the sale, the company said Tuesday.

UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 3, 2019

Rep. Matt Shea loses more support from corporate donors

Boeing, Allstate, the timber company Weyerhaeuser and the Washington Health Care Association have joined the list of corporate donors saying they will no longer contribute to Shea’s re-election campaigns, the …

Mill closure a punch in the gut for northwest Montana

The expected loss of about 200 jobs in northwestern Montana resulting from timber giant Weyerhaeuser’s purchase of Plum Creek Timber will be a punch in the gut for a community …

Weyerhaeuser employees sue over retirement benefits

Former Weyerhaeuser Co. employees have filed a class-action lawsuit against the company in hopes of regaining retirement benefits.

Field Reports: Fire threat closes private timberlands

FORESTS – More than a million acres of private timberlands are being temporarily closed to public access in the Inland northwest because of extreme fire danger. Stimson Lumber Company has …

Weyerhaeuser adds to timber holdings

ASTORIA, Ore. – Weyerhaeuser Co.’s takeover of a competing landowner for $2.65 billion means the timber company is betting big on its foremost asset. The company has struck a deal …

Idaho issues permit for pulp mill megaload

BOISE – The Idaho Transportation Department announced late Wednesday that it had issued a permit for Nickel Bros. transportation company to take its first megaload across U.S. Highway 12 in …

Hearings denied on pulp mill megaloads

BOISE – Idaho’s transportation director refused Friday to allow hearings that could delay a new proposal to send megaloads of equipment across scenic U.S. Highway 12 in north-central Idaho. Several …