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Skwalameister pattern rocks the Yakima River

The skwala stonefly hatch on the Yakima River isn’t anything to shout about. No clouds of insect plastering pickup windshields. Even the fly shops don’t pump it up that much compared with outfitters who’ve hyped the Montana salmonfly hatch to legendary status. But the Yakima’s hatch is certainly worth mentioning with at least a loud voice and a few arm pumps and high-fives.

CWU chimps being relocated to Quebec sanctuary

The two remaining chimpanzees at Central Washington University are being moved to a sanctuary in Canada. The university’s Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute was made famous by the late Washoe, a chimp that successfully learned American Sign Language and taught other chimps to use it.

West Valley, Cheney take top two seeds to 2A softball

Earlier in the week, West Valley center fielder Brooklyn Robinson pondered aloud. “I don’t know just how good our league is,” said the senior, tabbed the Great Northern League Most Valuable Player. “I’m looking forward to the (2A) regional tournament to find out.”