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69th annual Chief Joseph Days returns July 22

The small town of Joseph, Ore. welcomes the world’s top-ranked rodeo athletes for a four-day competition.

First aid for when 911 isn’t an option

Miles McDonough stood in front of a group of Forest Service workers and asked for a volunteer.

Return to Idaho's Bighorn Crags

Two brothers attempt to re-create a wildnerness trip they took as teens in 1974.

Towns, ski areas eye cyclists as business boosters

Discovery Basin opens its chair lift to downhill mountain bikers this summer.

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Summer signals southern migration

With June blown off the calendar and July firmly in place, I want to give you an update on summer bird happenings in the Walla Walla Valley before diving in to a sneaky critter called the common brown-headed cowbird and a voracious insect with a double life.

Summer bucket list

Must-dos in the Inland Northwest

Yampa’s canyons offer stunning escape

The Yampa River is the largest undammed tributary in the Colorado system.

Northwest Championship Tour makes stop in Walla Walla

The Northwest Championship Tour will make a stop in Walla Walla this weekend.

Mendoza aces eighth hole at Wildhorse Golf Course

Veterans Memorial member Manny Mendoza recorded his first career hole-in-one on the eighth hole at Wildhorse Golf Course on June 16.

Fishing with Ladin Langeman

Ladin Langeman, the host of “Fishing with Ladin”, puts his heart into his role.

No easy way down from Mount St. Helens

“Is there an easier way to get down?” Two women packed into puffy coats vocalized the question we were all thinking. It was nearing 3 p.m. and the two female climbers (who had their sights optimistically set on the summit) were still far from reaching the crater rim of Mount St. Helens. Getting up should have been their first thought.

New mountain bike trails help Oregon find flow, tourism

With the number of Oregonians hunting and fishing dwindling, mountain biking is becoming a focus for state agencies.

Pilot spring Chinook fishery opens on lower Grande Ronde River

ENTERPRISE, Ore. – For the first time in almost 40 years, anglers will have a chance to fish for spring chinook on the Grande Ronde River June 27-30.

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Youth team wins JV title

Nick Brown and Danielle DeSalvo also claim individual medals at the shooting competition.

Pepper has a nose for poachers

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s lone K-9 officer, Pepper, sniffs out rule-breaking hunters.