Stories tagged: hunters
Sun., Oct. 9, 2016, 2:30 a.m.
Late to the game: Man discovers deer hunting in his 30s using father’s vintage .30-30
A hunter steeps in the tradition of hunting by bagging his first deer with the .30-30 rifle his father used to bag his first deer nearly 60 years ago.
Sat., Oct. 8, 2016, 3:59 p.m.
Late to the game: Woman takes to hunting in her 40s; does it her way
Celene Olgeirsson was in her mid-40s before taking leave from being a non-hunter. She bagged her first deer with a partner who preferred road hunting. She felt unfulfilled, and pursued …
Thu., Aug. 18, 2016, 12:54 p.m.
Hemingway home gets back antlers taken by Hunter S. Thompson
A young Hunter S. Thompson went to Idaho to write about Ernest Hemingway and decided to take a piece of his hero home with him – a set of trophy …
Wed., Feb. 17, 2016, midnight
100 years ago in Lincoln County: Hog drivers move hundreds of pigs 40 miles through 3 feet of snow
From our archives, 100 years ago L. Stubblefield needed to get 746 hogs to market in the dead of winter so he embarked on a hog drive from Hunters to …
Fri., Aug. 28, 2015, 3:36 p.m.
Wellpinit School District delays start date again due to fire
The Wellpinit School District will delay the start of the school year again, based on the recommendation of officials who are overseeing firefighting efforts in the area.
Wed., Aug. 26, 2015, 5:03 p.m.
Witnesses say man killed by Stevens County deputy was walking away
A man killed last week in Hunters, Washington, by a Stevens County deputy was shot in the back of the neck as he walked away, according to eye witnesses.
Mon., Aug. 24, 2015, 5:18 p.m.
Wellpinit School District to delay the start of school
The Wellpinit School District is delaying the start of school because of wildfires in the area.
Thu., Aug. 20, 2015, noon
Police investigating fatal officer-involved shooting in Hunters
A Stevens County deputy shot and killed a suspect in Hunters on Highway 25 Wednesday night in front of multiple witnesses.
Tue., July 8, 2014, midnight
Area Hall of Fame coach Graffis dies
Roy Graffis, who became the first coach in state history to guide both girls and boys basketball teams to titles, died on July 4 at the Alderwood Care Center in …
Sat., Nov. 30, 2013, midnight
Hunt for elk proves more challenging
NEAR ST. MARIES – Calob Wilson sat on the tailgate of his dad’s pickup, dandling a rack of antlers on his knees. It was the opening weekend of rifle season, …
Sun., Jan. 6, 2013, midnight
GPS collars help hunters keep track of their dogs
It can be one of the lowest feelings in bird hunting. Darkness is falling across a rugged and remote landscape at least five miles from the nearest house and 15 …
Thu., March 15, 2012, midnight
Landers: Farmers decisions affect hunters
Decisions farmers are making this week will have a big impact on hunters for the next decade. Sign-ups for the Conservation Reserve Program began Monday. Producers have until April 6 …
Thu., Jan. 5, 2012, midnight
Landers: Proposed changes will affect some Master Hunters
The sweet deal some Master Hunters have for tagging elk outside of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge would go sour under changes proposed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. …
Fri., Nov. 26, 2010, midnight
Hunter faces charges for out-of-season kill
SANDPOINT – An Idaho hunter will be prosecuted for killing a bull moose out of season, authorities said. Prosecutors had not yet decided whether to charge Jeff Jayne, a corporal …
Mon., Nov. 15, 2010, midnight
Stops let officials monitor deer health, numbers
Sunday was chilly, gray and damp, but that didn’t stop area hunters from heading to the hills. If the number of empty-handed hunters stopping by the state Department of Fish …
Fri., Nov. 12, 2010, midnight
Elk, hunters increasing
Rich Gerhard filled his freezer with 280 pounds of elk meat this fall. The kill took place within an hour’s drive of his home. One morning last month, Gerhard got …
Sun., Nov. 7, 2010, midnight
Hunters help themselves at check stations
Hunters who drive past voluntary game-check stations may be eroding their future hunting opportunity. Washington and Idaho wildlife agency employees and sportsmen volunteers staff the stations on busy hunting season …
Thu., Aug. 19, 2010, midnight
Landers: Evidence doesn’t support antler restrictions
Looking into the Stevens County-based campaign to set four-point-minimum antler restrictions on white-tailed deer hunts in portions of northeastern Washington, one logical conclusion emerges: Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Gary Douvia …
Wed., March 24, 2010, 5:28 p.m.
Senate backs making hunter information private
Senators voted 30-3 to exempt hunting and fishing license information from Idaho’s public records laws.
Tue., Aug. 25, 2009, midnight
Thousands turn out for wolf tags
After a half-century in the woods, 76-year-old Hugh McKay had hung up his hunting rifle. But he couldn’t resist the opportunity to take aim at a wolf. The Coeur d’Alene …
Tue., June 30, 2009, midnight
Grizzly bites, tosses man hunting bears with dogs
An eastern Idaho bear hunter was bitten by a grizzly Sunday when his hounds surrounded a female with cubs. The bear knocked over Keith Klingler, bit him on the arm …
Mon., June 29, 2009, 9:45 a.m.
Grizzly chases Idaho hunters with dogs
Three eastern Idaho bear hunters got an unpleasant surprise Sunday morning when their hounds surrounded a female grizzly with cubs.