Registration open for Sun City runs in Oct.
Wildlife commission approves budget request
August is here, and with the new month comes some new opportunities in the outdoors.
Nature walk with the library at the Arboretum
On July 20, there were two sightings of the nomadic white-winged crossbill in the high Cascades west of Yakima.
YAKIMA, Wash. — If you spend some time outdoors and look around — I mean really look around — you will see some amazing things.
Outdoors workshop for women in September
OK, I’ll admit it, I talk to my dogs as if they were humans. And the funny thing is, I think they know what I am saying, if not most, at least some of the time.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Long, steep climbs have become something of a habit for former Eisenhower cross country runner Carter Svendsen.
Several people have asked me in the past week or so about where to find some good fishing right now. That is a really good question.
Learn to live with wolves
Hiking this summer near large rockslides and talus slopes in the Cascades, listen for a loud and nasal “enk...enk...enk.” It’s the American pika, a super cute mammal a little smaller than a guinea pig. Though in the same order as rabbits, they bear no resemblance to their long-eared cousins,…
I drove by Dog Lake near the summit of White Pass the other day, on the way to do some fishing at Riffe Lake near Morton. As we passed the campground at Dog Lake a wave of memories washed over me.
Ahtanum Campground to close in August
FAIRFIELD, Calif. — The Yakima Pepsi Beetles lost their final two games at the Fairfield, Calif., Tournament on Sunday, falling to Reno 14-1 and Merced 7-1.
The Columbia River continues to be closed for summer chinook and sockeye salmon fishing, according to a state Department of Fish and Wildlife news release.
There are a number of anglers out there who like to fish so much they would love to make a living at it. And there are those that do.
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