If you believe in omens, skiing on Thanksgiving weekend is a good one. I’ve heard from some resort managers that historically, inland northwest ski areas are able to open during the Thanksgiving holiday about 25 percent of the time. If your heart is set on making turns this early, chances are you’ll be making them at Lookout Pass Ski & Recreation Area
Every year, I spend approximately as much time considering my New Year’s Resolution as I spend committed to it after Jan. 1. This week in our home we discussed heavily what ought our resolutions be. Thus, we can estimate a month-long commitment to whatever life-altering change I fervently entertain come the new year.
Just because no fish are showing on your fish finder, don’t assume there are none in the area. Fish in the top 20 feet of water often do not show at all, and fish hugging the bottom sometimes just look like bottom structure.
KAHLOTUS, Wash. – The state has erected fences closing some unauthorized trails around scenic Palouse Falls as a safety measure. The Tri-City Herald reported Tuesday that temporary fencing is in place at Palouse Falls State Park, limiting the use of unauthorized trails.
Katie Helm has grown up with hunting on several levels beyond her 5-foot height. “I was about 5 years old when I started going out with my dad,” said the senior in communications at Eastern Washington University. “He said I had to reach 95 pounds and able to hold a rifle steady before he’d let me hunt.”
This week’s snowfall was my wakeup call for engaging in some ski-specific conditioning. Even though you work out throughout the year, getting on the snow puts unique demands on the body. Some dry land preparation can make your first day a lot more fun and a little less painful afterward.
The Idaho Supreme Court today reinstated the ACLU lawsuit challenging Idaho’s public defense system as unconstitutional, reversing in large part a lower court decision that dismissed it on procedural grounds. ...
TAPACHULA, Mexico - The four Washington State University students on an international reporting trip gathered stories Thursday that left them in tears. The students - Estreyita Rosales, Nicole Clements, Kelsey ...