One of Sunnyside’s largest, most premier tournaments started with pairing of golfers last night.
The public only has a few days left to purchase an America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass at the current $10.
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.
The Naches Ranger district is putting several hundred blown down trees to good use, improving habitat for listed fish in the Bumping River this month.
Second rescue from ‘False Summit’ in less than a week
A helicopter search and rescue team plucked an injured hiker off Mount Adams shortly after noon Monday.
The Yakima Valley Pippins were trailing the Corvallis Knights 4-3 with two runners on base and two outs in top of the ninth inning Saturday night but made a valiant comeback to win, 6-5.
Biologist offers suggestions
A Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist has been examining the benefits of trail cameras.
Black Rock Creek hosts fundraiser
The Northwest Community Foundation hosted its annual Hogue Classic Golf Tournament last Friday at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
Across the Forest, crews are reporting substantial road damages and washouts caused largely by flooding from heavy snowpack melt and continued spring rains.
Satisfying their love of adrenaline and fast cars at Renegade Raceway were numerous competitors and fans of drag racing this past weekend.
Racers find thrills and spills at Dry Creek
The weekend of adrenaline-fueled racing action is over at Dry Creek Recreation Area.
Join the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation in support of local cancer patients and their families.
PowerBait, worms and Pautske land rainbow trout
Nearly 50 fishermen, from youth through adult, turned out Sunday morning for the annual Cherry Festival Fishing Derby in Hisey Park.
Restoration event focuses on lamprey
Biologists at a local hatchery have been studying an ancient fish in an effort to restore its numbers to the Yakima and Columbia rivers, as well as the Pacific Ocean.