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The public will have more time to review proposed changes to fishing rules for the Columbia River Basin under an extended comment period announced recently by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Fishing managers for agencies in Washington and Oregon are seeking candidates to fill positions on advisory committees that provide guidance on sport and commercial fishing issues on the Columbia and Snake rivers.
GRANDVIEW – With the fall weather setting in, Grandview’s indoor walking program is slated to begin on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Harriet Thompson Elementary School each Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Football player overcomes hurdles
Joey Silos likes rap music. He also likes playing football for Sunnyside’s Harrison Middle School.
Weeks #1 & 2
Wildlife biologists with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife have compiled some useful information they say will help hunters have a successful season.
Washington state fisheries managers are seeking public comments on proposed sport fishing rules being recommended for the Columbia River Basin.
Starting this coming Saturday, anglers will be able to catch and keep hatchery fall chinook salmon seven days a week on the Snake River.
Schutt low gross champ, Smith wins low net honors
Andrew Schutt of Sunnyside, this past weekend, bested what some might argue was the best field ever assembled for the annual Banana Belt.
Now that the Sunnyside municipal swimming program is ready to be wrapped up for another season, the Sunnyside Parks and Recreation Department is preparing to launch a fall co-ed softball league, beginning Sept.15.
Following are the results of two nights of ropin’ and ridin’ in Grandview during the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo.
Paul Hatcher of Salem, Ore. eyes his hand while taking on Brittany Pierce of Springfield, Ore. last Friday.