Now that temperatures have dipped slightly this weekend, consider heading to McNary National Wildlife Refuge for a free show.
Members of the Togo wolf pack killed a cow in the Colville National Forest and injured another last week, according to state wildlife officials.
“Zehn. Neun. Acht … Drei. Zwei. Eins. Go!” Race officials and the crowd counted down and sent us off into the mountains. Over the next 15 to 20 hours, I would be running an ultra race in the Alps.
One person’s backbreaking labor is another’s competitive sport.
Idaho’s imperiled Snake River sockeye run has nearly matched last year’s return but hasn’t paralleled the surprising performance of sockeye that return to the upper Columbia River Basin.
Check out this gigantic moose in Alaska.
The Lands Council needs volunteers to water trees along Hangman Creek, Little Spokane and the Spokane River. The trees, which were planted, require extra water during the summer’s hottest months, according to the Lands Council. There are numerous volunteer opportunities throughout August.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife commission met yesterday in Olympia to discuss long-term funding options and a potential fee increase aimed at
The rising sun is already casting its soft light on the lake as we pull up to the marina. It’s quiet but for a few morning sounds – birds, bees, and dedicated water sport enthusiasts. And me, a naive bystander.
The heat blanketing the Spokane region didn’t just send us two-legged mammals scurrying for cooler climes. Fish in the Spokane River also sought refuge as the air temperature neared 103 degrees.
A grieving orca mother pushing her dead child. Her pod mate slowly starving. Spokane-area activists and environmentalists say the drama highlights the political and biological connections between the Columbia River Basin and the Puget Sound.
An abusive father, daily bombings and three weeks of walking without food as a young World War II refugee tarnished the early years of Anna Patterson’s life, but you wouldn’t know it by her attitude.
Lee Prouty has been hiking Spokane’s Beacon Hill for more than a decade. So, when he saw the flames from Upriver Beacon fire last month he was worried.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Aug. 9
A popular Washington climbing spot is getting a much-needed second toilet.
Two new wolf packs were confirmed on the Colville Indian Reservation this week.
A Tacoma man now holds the state record for the largest redbanded rockfish caught in Washington.
He’d driven by the statues of the horses numerous times, crisscrossing Washington as he often does for work. One of those times, a few years ago, an idea started to form in Ben Herndon’s mind.
After 17 hours on the trail, the group stumbled through their self-determined finish line at Schweitzer Mountain Resort on July 29.
Is it her grief … or ours? As she carried her dead calf for the ninth straight day, Tahlequah the mother orca whale has captured the world’s attention.
Most read stories
- Kris Kristofferson plans gig at the Fox in Spokane in January …
- 14-year-old boy uses legal quirk to run for Vermont governor …
- Air quality ‘unhealthy’ in Spokane, North Idaho, Northeastern Washington …
- Former Eastern Washington basketball star Austin McBroom is a YouTube sensation …
- Steve Mcgrew His Three-Dimensional Work Shows Up On Credit Cards, Licenses …