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LEWISTON — Thousands of plants have been installed at management unit south of Lewiston
This story starts way back in early April 2012 up in the high basalt rims along the Snake River in northern Walla Walla County.
Ice fishing can warm an angler’s heart when weather gets cold enough to freeze the surface of smaller Inland Northwest waters.
Issues from the great outdoors are trying to see the light of day in the 2013 Washington Legislature.
My Granma, the poorly paid CEO of an 11-bedroom boardinghouse for a quarter century or more, often acknowledged being a jack of all trades and the master of none.
BOISE — Hank Patterson is the funniest man in fly fishing. OK, maybe that’s setting the bar a little low, but a low bar is how “Hank Patterson” came to be.
Here is the latest fishing report from Dave Graybill, longtime Eastern Washington outdoor radio host and angler: The plan for the Colville Confederated Tribes to build a new hatchery began 10 years ago. If construction continues on schedule the facility will be operational by May of 2013. The completion of the project will not only mean the return of harvestable salmon to the Colville Tribal members, but thousands of additional salmon available to recreational fishermen on the main stem Columbia and the Okanogan rivers.
Lately, when walking with Nora the Schnauzer and a Nikon camera at Mill Creek and Bennington Lake, I have sensed a vague kinship with the French Impressionist painters of the 19th century.
BOISE — Zimo and I have shown some of our favorite trips from 2012, and now we’re showing you trips in the works for 2013.
SPOKANE — The spotlight was on predators in 2012, and so were the nets, traps and crosshairs in many cases throughout the Inland Northwest.
The new year is upon us and will drag many of us kicking and screaming along that road of life to hopeful change, learning, new ideas and greater understanding.
At noon on Christmas Eve, to calm pulses palpitating for Santa’s visit, Darlene, Nora the Schnauzer and I wandered westward on rural roads parallel to the Walla Walla River.
BOZEMAN, Mont. — Joe Josephson’s work to brand Bozeman as an ice-climbing town scrambled upward last weekend with ice climbing competitions held on a 38-foot tall wood and metal wall in the heart of the city.
Eleven white swans rested briefly at Bennington Lake on a misty Sunday afternoon (Dec. 9).
ASPEN, Colo. — Classical music echoed through the hotel's basement halls, drawing an audience around the person sitting behind the piano.
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