Pond to Pines summer camp set to return
The odds of me falling out of bed and being injured, and even possibly killed in the middle of the night, have increased by about 23 percent. The probabilities bumped up after my wife Terri decided we needed a special pad to add softness to our existing mattress. That goal was accomplished, …
Basketball: The Yakima Valley Sports Authority is hosting the Three Rivers Summer AAU basketball league July 6th-August 5th. The league is for boys and girls in first grade through High School Varsity. Games will be played on Monday thru Thursday evenings. The cost is $255 per team and the r…
There is an old saying that goes something like this; “nothing in life is free.” Or maybe it is; “nothing in this world is free.” Whatever it is, people still love to try to get something for free.
Terry Harrington recorded a hole-in-one on the sixth hole at the Yakima Country Club on Saturday.
Growing up not far from Cowiche Creek offered ample opportunities to go fishing whenever the spirit and gumption to do so arose. From April, when fishing season around the state opened, until late summer, my friends and I would either hike, or ride our bikes to the creek and spend the day fi…
During early evening or morning hours in June and July, Cascade east slope forests echo with the lovely and haunting flutings of the hermit thrush, ascribed by some as one of the finest North American birdsongs.
The Yakima Aggies football team was on the road for the second week in a row after getting two wins last week in Boise. The Aggies traveled to Seattle on May 22 and beat the NW Junior Huskies by a score of 12-6.
One of the many great things about living in the country is the abundance and variety of flora and fauna that make our home place their home place. This year, for instance, we have several species of birds nesting literally right out our front door.
The Selah Vikings lacrosse team handed Hermiston its first loss of the season with a 12-8 victory Thursday at Sozo Sports Complex.
Yakima’s Zaepfel Stadium will host the AAU Region 21B Track and Field Championships on June 18-20.
Making the most of her home-course advantage, Barbara Walkenhauer of the Yakima Country Club won low-net honors at the 67th annual Blossom Invitational golf tournament on Friday.
According to the comprehensive book, Washington State Fishing Guide, there are over 2,400 lakes and streams that, at some point in time, are open for fishing in the Evergreen State each year. For someone to have fished every one of these spots seems almost impossible. But it would be a fun c…