Latest St. Helens Stories

2010-11-01 08:55:00

When Mount St Helens blew its top in 1980, it wasn't a surprise that it happened, but even today the extent of the damage is hard to fathom.

2009-11-03 06:54:00

BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boise Inc.

2009-08-05 06:52:00

BOISE, Idaho, Aug. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boise Inc.

2009-04-10 14:54:21

Dwight Crandell, a renowned volcanologist in the U.S.

2009-02-24 07:01:00

BOISE, Idaho, Feb. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boise Inc. (NYSE: BZ) today reported a net loss of $15.5 million or ($0.20) per diluted share for fourth quarter 2008, compared to third quarter net income of $4.4 million or $0.06 per diluted share. Full year 2008 net loss was $45.5 million.

2008-01-17 14:20:00

Until earlier this week, the most recent significant tremor at Mount St. Helens was in October of 2004. On Sunday January 13th, some steam was rising from a fracture in Mount St. Helens’ crater.

2006-07-15 16:07:57

For all the talks interpretive guide Nick Racine has given to visitors about this volcano, standing on the crater rim and watching as the mountain pumps out tons of rock in its own rebirth left him nearly speechless.

2006-05-15 15:25:53

More than 25 years after its eruption turned this river valley into moonscape, elk living in the shadow of Mount St. Helens are starving to death at a rate that has alarmed many observers.

2005-11-22 19:58:52

SEATTLE (Reuters) - A rock fall at Mount Saint Helens caused a large gray cloud of dust to appear above the volcano on Tuesday, but there was no sign of increased seismic activity.

2005-09-12 11:34:23

In September 9 story headlined "Scientists find growing land bulge in Oregon," please read in first paragraph, "A large, slow-growing volcanic bulge in Western Oregon," instead of "A large, slow-growing volcanic bulge in Eastern Oregon." A corrected story follows: By Teresa Carson PORTLAND, Oregon (Reuters) - A large, slow-growing volcanic bulge in Western Oregon is attracting the attention of seismologists who say that the rising ground could be the beginnings of a volcano or simply...

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