As I unfurled my sleeping pad and pulled my sleeping bag out of its stuff sack the other evening, setting up for yet another night under the stars, I starting thinking about just how many times I had slept in that bedding combination.
Caleb Belton won his first Yakima Amateur Invitational on Sunday at SunTides Golf Course.
Noah Brown stood in the grass on the edge of the Kiwanis Skate Park in downtown Yakima Sunday afternoon and watched as fellow skateboarders showed off their talent, one by one.
YAKIMA, Wash. — The unmistakable sound of ball hitting paddle can be heard at Franklin Park most mornings and evenings this summer.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Eleven girls from the Central Washington Sounders were part of an Eastern Washington tournament team that recently won the 2005 Division at the LA Galaxy Cup in California.
MURRIETA, Calif. — Powered by a second-round 66, Yakima’s Cassie Kim earned co-champion honors at the Girls Junior Americas Cup earlier this month.
YAKIMA, Wash. —Marshall Kent started hot but a couple of splits ruined his momentum as he finished third in the Professional Bowlers Association Tour’s Wilmington Open that wrapped up Wednesday in North Carolina.
YAKIMA, Wash. — The Yakima Amateur Invitational could crown a new champion for the fifth straight year.
Registration open for Sun City runs in Oct.
People fish for different reasons. Some fish for the food. If they can’t keep and eat what they catch they probably wouldn’t fish. Others fish just for the fun of it. The challenge of enticing a fish to bite and utilizing the skills needed to land it is enough to make fishing worthwhile for …
Baseball: The Yakima Beetles will hold tryouts for the 2020 season on Saturday, Aug. 17. The tryouts are open to all students who attend Davis, Eisenhower, East Valley, Wapato, White Swan, Toppenish, Granger, Zillah, Sunnyside, Grandview, La Salle, Riverside Christian and West Chestnut Acade…
Ken Wheeler hit a hole-in-one Friday at the Yakima Country Club.
YAKIMA, Wash. — I drive by the Naches River every morning going to work, and every evening coming home. And every day as I look at some of the riffles dropping into deeper, darker water I think to myself “man, that HAS to hold a trout or two.”
Wildlife commission approves budget request
SEQUIM — Keith Crimp fired a 1-over par 73 to earn one of the two available spots for the U.S. Senior Amateur after a qualifying tournament Monday at Sunland Golf and Country Club.
Bill Boggess recorded his ninth career hole-in-one on Thursday at the Yakima Country Club.
August is here, and with the new month comes some new opportunities in the outdoors.