Smith has been one of the most successful hill climb racers at Northwest Nitro Nationals
At four years of age, most children begin to play sports for the first time.
Anglers bypass small Chinook run for other fish
With the salmon count over Prosser Dam low so far, fishermen on the river are turning to smallmouth bass.
Construction on indoor facilities to begin in 2017
Taking its name from the Greek word meaning “to keep safe and sound,” the SOZO Sports of Central Washington complex is designed to be a safe environment for all athletes, according to the man behind its development.
Thousands turnout to support sixth annual Nitro event
Rainy, windy weather wasn’t going to stop the Northwest Nitro Nationals from having its sixth annual race last weekend.
Top pro rider breaks femur during hillclimb
One of the nation’s top hillclimb racers is recovering today after breaking his leg Saturday during a run at the Northwest Nitro Nationals.
Shawn Hvall of Grants Pass, Ore., flies through the first gate in first-round of 0-450cc stock-wheeled action Friday during the Northwest Nitro Nationals at the Dry Creek Recreation north of Sunnyside.
Cory Perkins of Nehalem, Ore., crashes his KTM 450 in the 0-450 cc stock-wheeled class Friday at the Northwest Nitro Nationals near Sunnyside.
The Peterson family has been riding for over 40 years
The Peterson family has enjoyed decades of hill climbing success.
Pro hill climb racer Jason Smith begins to mount the hill at Dry Creek Reservation. Smith will be competing at this weekend’s Northwest Nitro Nationals.
Racers and fans starting to arrive for event
Organizers of the 6th annual Northwest Nitro Nationals have made an effort to make this year’s event better than ever.
Churches take to the gridiron
When Aaron Munoz moved from California to the Yakima Valley three years ago, he noticed something different.
The 68th annual Granger Cherry Festival includes a fishing derby.
Registrations start May 9 in Grandview
With summer right around the corner, city swimming pools are preparing to open their facilities to the public and offer different activities throughout the season.
Weather brings out kayakers
Outdoor recreationalists will have an opportunity to discuss water trails during a presentation on paddlesports May 5.