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Wahclella Falls offers ‘Gorge’-ous hike

Forest Service: ‘Memorable waterfalls’

If you’re looking to be really efficient with a Gorge hike and want to cram in a lot of different elements of local trails into one outing, consider making a trip to Wahclella Falls.

Fishery under new rules

Chinook, Coho catch affected

Columbia River anglers should be aware of several new rules that the state Department of Fish and Wildlife set at the beginning of the month.

Restrictions on eastern Washington

The arrival of hot, dry weather has prompted the state Department of Fish and Wildlife to restrict fires and other activities.

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Raceway continues tradition

Renegade marks 46 years of racing

With more than 40 years of racing under its belt, Renegade Raceway is one of the Northwest’s premier racing destinations.

Anglers allowed to harvest sturgeon

From July 1 to September 30

Beginning July 1, recreational anglers will have the opportunity to harvest hatchery sturgeon from Wanapum and Priest Rapids reservoirs.

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Sorting ‘4’ the cause

Thousands raised at sixth annual event

Speck Arena was the site of the 6th Annual Sort 4 The Cause this weekend.

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Golf under way

Eric Johnson putts this morning in the Sunnyside Memorial Foundation Golf Tournament.

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Log boom installed at Lake Chelan

Structure will help with boating safety

Forest Service officials placed a nearly quarter-mile long log boom on Lake Chelan to protect boats from wildfire debris.

Zillah closes pool

The city has closed its pool permanently due to maintenance issues and lack of lifeguards.

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Cool down at pool

‘Go fishing’ is biologist’s mantra

Free fishing weekend starts Saturday

With a free-fishing weekend on the horizon, the Noon Rotary Club hosted a fish biologist at its Monday meeting.

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Four Prosser girls heading to rodeo nationals

Foursome travels to Wyoming in July

Four girls qualified this week to compete at the National High School Rodeo Finals on Monday.

Spring chinook re-opening Friday

Anglers fishing the lower Columbia River will be able to catch and keep spring chinook salmon beginning Friday.

State and tribal leaders reach agreement

Inslee content with agreement

The State Department of Fish and Wildlife and tribal leaders reach agreement on salmon.

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2016 Wine Trail Run