May 20, 2015
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Biologists believe the increased salmon runs to the Snake River may help feed sturgeon.
Hummingbirds capture our imagination as they zip in and out of our lives. They arrive in a blur of wings, stopping in midair so fast we expect to hear a rubber-on-pavement screech. They offer a good look, often sporting spectacular colors, and then they are gone.
A new book answers questions and reveals new information about Mount Spokane.
These five easy hikes are full of nature’s fireworks displays in April and May.
The College Place Lions Park will host the Friday After School Fishing Derby on May 1 from 4-7 p.m.
Ted Lucia hit his first hole-in-one at the Walla Walla Country Club on April 9.
One of the warmest Marches I have ever lived through in Eastern Washington has passed. Many wild species of reptiles, insects and plants emerged from their winter slumbers much earlier than average, and records were set for the appearance of many wildflowers and creatures such as the Southern alligator lizard, Western rattlesnake and several butterfly species.
While most shooters would never walk onto an active gun range without ear plugs or muffs in place, hunters who use firearms tend to neglect precautions to protect their hearing.
The wolves’ future depends in part on research put on hold during legal battles.
Travis Bullock guides hunters on serious backcountry elk, deer and bear hunts.
A lack of snow this winter has the beginning of spring feeling like mid-summer.
Anglers ask the WDFW to shift part of the Columbia Basin harvest upriver.
Two enthusiasts take part in a documentary called ‘Chip’s Winter Ride’ about the fun of riding Rokons.
Kevin Peterson’s new archery target can be disassembled so a new bull’s-eye can be inserted.
Sophomore Daniel Enger leads the Wa-Hi precision rifle team to a second-place finish at the JROTC All Service National Championship.
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- Wa-Hi's Doepker fourth at state discus 1 comment