The Columbia Basin’s 2015 salmon season ended with a remarkable 2.3 million adult salmon passing Bonneville Dam on their up-river migration.
There is plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving in the Amaro household.
Although many park roads are closed to vehicle access for the winter, areas throughout Mt. Rainier National Park remain open for recreation.
Sections of the upper Columbia River are closed to steelhead and rainbow fishing, according to the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Sunnyside Fire Chief Aaron Markham is pictured with the results of his successful hunt recently in the Entiat area, just north of Wenatchee.
The first time proved a charm for 11-year-old Angel Tovar of Mabton, who bagged this elk recently on his first hunt.
Although water safety is usually perceived as a summertime issue, there are water perils in this area later in the year as well.
Fall chinook salmon are returning to the Hanford Reach section of the Columbia River in record-setting numbers. Scientists estimate 200,000 chinook are spawning in the Hanford Reach, the most fish ever counted in this area since dams were constructed in the 1930s.
A local woman stood out among participants in last week’s football contest.
VALLEY LANES WEEK #9
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is accepting letters of interest through Monday, Nov. 30, for membership on its Master Hunter Advisory Group.
Ten-year-old Wyatt Harlan Ohler was successful in his hunting ventures last month, bagging this four-point deer in Goldendale.