YAKIMA, Wash. — The bird hunting seasons are not over, yet. But they are winding down quickly. Upland hunters have through Monday, Jan. 20 to chase pheasants, quail and partridge in Eastern Washington. Waterfowlers get a few more days. Duck and goose hunting in most of Washington closes next…
Learn to xc ski and snowshoe
Klingele wins first week of Button Shoot
YAKIMA, Wash. — You’ve probably heard of Duck Dynasty, but how about duck ministry? No? Not many have, but one Yakima man is combining his calling, well, with his calling, to create an outdoor experience that may be the most unique Sunday morning church service you’ve ever seen.
YAKIMA, Wash. — The snow bunting is a true “Snowbird.” It is a species related to sparrows that nests in rocky arctic regions all around the Northern Hemisphere, and comes south to Central Washington in winter and then only rarely. It breeds across northern Alaska, Canada, Scandinavia and Si…
YAKIMA, Wash. — Wow, it’s 2020. Hard to believe, isn’t it? Back in the late 1970s, when I took my very first full-time job, I remember thinking that 2020 would be about the time I would be retiring. It seemed so far away.
CWU professor to give volcano lecture
YAKIMA, Wash. — If you are a person who likes to fish for salmon in Washington, I hope you received some walleye and trout gear from Santa yesterday. Because based on the forecasts for spring and summer salmon, things aren’t looking too shiny.
BASKETBALL: The Yakima Valley Sports Authority is hosting three upcoming AAU events in January:
So, here it is less than a week until Christmas. If you are one of those people who has all your gift shopping done, good for you. But there are many others of us who are just now starting to think about the sometimes tedious task of finding that perfect something for the special folks on our list.
WDFW commission approves fishing rule changes
Basketball: The Yakima Valley Sports Authority is hosting three upcoming AAU events in January:
YAKIMA< Wash. —How does the old holiday song go? “The weather outside is frightful, but the fire is so delightful.”