MILTON-FREEWATER — Bill Riley knew better than to make the same mistake twice.
WALLA WALLA — Mike Clark recorded his first career hole-in-one on the Walla Walla Country Club’s eighth hole Friday.
A meeting Friday in Moses Lake will discuss the $3 million purchase of another 1,600-acre piece of 4-O Ranch in rural Asotin County.
LEWISTON — There might be hope for rafters who have a history of rotten luck when it comes to drawing coveted permits for the Selway and Middle Fork of the Salmon rivers.
Robert Younghanz is among those on a mission to convince lure and live-bait fishermen that fly fishing is the only way to angle.
SEATTLE — Salmon anglers could see another blissful summer and fall fishing season.
Idaho researchers tap hundreds of citizens to help with a study of reclusive creatures in the Inland Northwest.
April is the month of new life. All about you are plants, insects, birds, reptiles and amphibians showing vigor and enthusiasm over every hour they live -- each looking to procreate.
Welcome to this inaugural monthly column on the natural world we all live with here in Walla Walla County. My goals are to inspire, entertain, educate and create questions and interest about all those other life forms among us. Columns will include storie