Ahtanum Campground to close in August
WDFW to review legislative request
As spring gives way to the sunny, warm weather of summer, it’s the perfect time to check in on the ambitious bicycle master plan the city released two years ago.
The fish-counters at Bonneville Dam have had their hands full the past couple weeks. Just since the first of June over two million shad have scurried up through the fish ladders on their way to where ever it is shad go.
YAKIMA, Wash. — As beginning birder in my teenage years, I still remember quite clearly my first glimpse of this exotic appearing bird. It was 1968 and at Buena Vista Lagoon north of San Diego in California. Through my binoculars, I caught sight of this brilliantly patterned yellow bird with…
Yakima Mile expected to draw elite runners
If you’ve been thinking about doing some fishing, but you’re not sure you want to spring for a license just to fish for a day or two, well Washington State has a deal for you. This weekend fishing is free. That’s right, on Saturday and Sunday, everyone can fish without a license.
Lower-than-predicted spring chinook runs to the Columbia River are puzzling fish managers and frustrating fishermen.
Kids summer camps beginning in June
YAKIMA, Wash. —With due respect to the Dickens classic, “A Tale of Two Cities,” last week my friends and I experienced a tale of two fishing trips, the best of fishing times, and the worst of fishing times.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Now that spring chinook salmon fishing is basically over, it’s time to start thinking about where else to fish, and something else to try to catch, especially with the big holiday weekend approaching.
After spending 7 of the last 10 days fishing for spring chinook salmon in the mid-Columbia I can tell you there is nothing easy about the endeavor.
Cyclists can ride through the canyon Saturday
Explore the shrub-steppe with KEEN on Saturday
A bill that would have increased hunting and angling fees for the first time since 2011 was not approved by the Washington Legislature.
A recent Yakima Herald-Republic article from April 10 suggested various “symbols” for Yakima. The bird chosen was the prairie falcon. The mammal the paper chose was what many south-central Washington residents call the “sage rat.” The proper name for this endearing creature is Townsend’s gro…
A wildflower experience