The state commissioner of public lands is calling on the federal government to reject a plan to raise fees to access national parks.
Fishermen earn money taking squawfish
Bonneville Power Administration paid out $1.54 million this year to fishermen hauling squawfish out of the Columbia and Snake rivers.
Recreationalists are urged to purchase U.S. Forest maps prior to Jan. 1. For the first time in nearly a decade, increasing costs of production, printing and distribution are driving the need for the U.S. Forest Service to increase the price of its maps. Prices of paper and plastic coated maps will increase to $14.
9 year olds to play La Salle, 11 year olds face Ellensburg
Two Sunnyside youth football teams take to Sozo fields Saturday in Grid Kids semi-finals.
A local man was arrested Monday for allegedly operating a personal watercraft in a reckless manner.
Five Nuclear Goat Heads student cyclists and a coach took part last weekend in the Chinook Cycling Club’s Fall MTB Race No. 2 on the Bennington Lake Trail.
Anglers in the Yakima Valley need not look far for some of the best fishing in the state.
Day-use, boat launch areas to remain open until snow falls
Two federal Bureau of Reclamation recreational facilities in Central Washington will be closing for the winter season.
Due to decreased risk to public the Jack Creek Fire closure area will be reduced to allow access to recreational areas.
Anglers from near and far converge on Vernita Bridge public fishing site
The hunt for Chinook is on and a fishing village, comprised of RVs, travel trailers, boats and tents is popping up upstream of the bridge crossing the Columbia River north of Sunnyside.
Celeste Olivian, a member of Crossfit Lower Valley, competes Saturday at her home gymnasium’s Rally in the Valley.
Goes toward scholarships for graduates
With most of the recent forest fire smoke dwindling, Merit Resource Services drew a gracious field for its 16th annual Bill Hayes Memorial Tournament Saturday at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.
The leaves may be falling, but that’s not stopping crews from getting important work done on US 12 along White Pass.
Columbia Park will be transformed into the land of ladies and lords, knights and wenches for Ye Merry Greenwood Renaissance Fair at 10 a.m. Sept. 23-24.