The Columbia Basin’s 2015 salmon season ended with a remarkable 2.3 million adult salmon passing Bonneville Dam on their up-river migration.
The Boy Scouts of America is accepting registrations for the annual Jingle Bell One Mile Fun Run, being held in conjunction with the Sunnyside Lighted Farm Implement Parade.
The high school basketball season gets underway in earnest tomorrow, Saturday, when the Vikings host a jamboree.
The Viking girls basketball team came oh-so-close last year to earning the program’s first-ever state tournament trophy.
There is plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving in the Amaro household.
Eight of nine Pirate girls know what it means to face some tough basketball opponents.
Ending last season with a 1-19 record, the Grizzlies have their work cut out for them in boys basketball.
Although many park roads are closed to vehicle access for the winter, areas throughout Mt. Rainier National Park remain open for recreation.
What a difference a week can make in football.
Finishing in the Top 4 of the Central Washington Athletic Conference standings is the goal for the Greyhounds boys basketball team this season.
Will lean on three returning players
With eight varsity players lost to graduation, the 2015-16 edition of the Sunnyside girls basketball team will look to new faces to sustain the program’s momentum.
Doing the little things right is the key to the Vikings’ big dream of getting back to the state 2B boys basketball tournament.
Sections of the upper Columbia River are closed to steelhead and rainbow fishing, according to the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The top vocational and athletic scholars for the first quarter of the 2015-16 school year were announced recently by Fred E. Hayes Post 57 of the American Legion.