August 15, 2017
August 11, 2017
August 11, 2017
Dozens of personal watercraft riders from around the world spent the weekend at Grayland, showing off their aerial antics at the annual Grayland Open.
Briscoe: Man may have fallen from small cliff
The Yakima County Coroner’s Office will conduct an autopsy this week on a hiker found dead on Clemans Mountain.
Renowned explore John Roskelley led a group of about eight kayakers down the Columbia River on Saturday, exploring the Hanford Reach area.
The state Recreation and Conservation Funding Board wants to know what you think the priorities should be for outdoor recreation.
City officials will close several streets Sept. 16 for the annual Sunshine Days and a related 3-on-3 basketball tournament.
The state Department of Natural Resources on Friday banned all campfires in Eastern Washington.
The third annual Tee It High, Let it Fly Golf Tournament is set for Aug. 26.
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife is offering two free clinics on the basics of hunting turkey, waterfowl and upland game birds.
Bareback rider Kirk St. Clair of Blodgett, Ore., bursts out of the chute during Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo action Friday night in Grandview.
Bicyclists wanting to experience Yakima’s wine country are taking part in the fifth annual Ride D’Vine tomorrow, starting at 8 a.m.
Check for sites where camp fires allowed
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced campfire restrictions on DNR-protected lands in Eastern Washington.
Beginning today, youngsters trained in different horsemanships skills are competing in the 55th annual Washington State Junior Horse Show.
The Central Washington Super Cup Soccer Tournament at Sozo Sports Complex is under way today.
Teams of horses from throughout Washington and Oregon were put to the test last night during the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo team pulls.
CF Cycle for Life, a nationwide, one-day bicycle event is planned at The Reach Interpretive Center, 1250 Mahan Ave, Saturday.