August 16, 2016
August 16, 2016
August 15, 2016
Olney ties for eighth place in bullriding
Toppenish bullrider Cheyne Olney found himself in the money this weekend at the 83rd Omak Stampede.
Five environmental groups plan to sue the EPA under the clean water act for failing to reduce water temperature.
The Tri-City Americans will open their 29th season against their arch-rival, the Spokane Chiefs, on Sept. 24.
As the NFL edges toward decision day and the Dallas Cowboys roster has to be winnowed to 53 players, fans are asking what will happen to Kellen Moore.
The state has a new largemouth bass record, and it didn’t come from a warm-water lake in Eastern Washington.
Cowboys and cowgirls rustle up prize money
Several cowboys – and a couple cowgirls – walked away with a share of the $23,144.95 prize money from this past weekend’s Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Yakima Valley Rodeo wrapped up Saturday after two days of action in Grandview.
Shane Erickson wins all-around cowboy title
The Range, 1701 Garretson Lane, will host a free gun cleaning workshop Aug. 23.
Renowned swimmer Michael Phelps announced his retirement following his team’s gold medal win in the 400 medley relay Saturday.
The Tri-City Dust Devils fell to the Boise Hawks, 11-4, last night.
Eastern Washington Adventures will host the Wagons East 4x4 run.
The Granger Lions Club is hosting the second Cancer Awareness fun walk/run Sept. 4.
Two-day event saw plenty of action in arena
The Yakima Valley Pro-West Prime Rodeo lived up to big expectations, with more than 1,000 spectators attending.
The Yakima Dirt Track Association will be hosting races tomorrow.