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UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 26, 2019, 9:21 p.m.

Elk hoof disease confirmed in Washington’s Blue Mountains

Elk hoof disease has made its way to Washington’s Blue Mountains.

How I almost became a believer: Exploring the Bigfoot phenomenon in Eastern Washington

In pitch-black darkness atop a mountain near Walla Walla, Cliff Barackman let loose the biggest howl I’ve ever heard.

Portland man missing in Blue Mountains

Authorities are looking for a Portland man who went missing after running out of gas along Interstate 84 in the Blue Mountains.

100 years ago in Spokane: Movie theater owners promise to avoid “immoral pictures”

Spokane’s movie theater owners held a meeting with city commissioner F.K. McBroom in an attempt to head off a threatened moving picture censorship ordinance.

Elk numbers spike in Blue Mountains

Elk hunters in southeastern Washington are getting good news. Blue Mountains surveys show the elk population has healthy levels of spikes and mature bulls.

Landers: Saving wildlife habitats critical

Washington sportsmen should stand their ground against opposition to preserving lands critical to fish and wildlife. A group in Asotin County is complaining that state efforts to expand wildlife areas …

Cow tag: best elk hunt you’ll never talk about

Attracted from across the old clearcut by my hunter-orange clothing, a magpie swoops in and lands a few feet from my leg. It seems to be checking whether this colorful, …

Landers: Fewer bull tags but new elk opportunities in Blues

Statistically speaking, elk hunters will have fewer chances to put their sights on a bull in the Blue Mountains this fall. But in some areas, they have new opportunities to …

Wenaha River offers rewards for muscle-powered adventurers

Despite the prevalence of black bears, poison ivy and rattlesnakes, the Wenaha River is among the most accommodating backcountry muscle-power destinations in the Northwest. Looking for an overnight wilderness destination …

Tussock moth infestation hits Inland Northwest

Tussock moths chewed their way across 68,000 acres of the Idaho Panhandle last summer, leaving behind red-topped trees.

State acquiring land near Grande Ronde

The public and wildlife soon will be sharing a chunk of an elk-friendly ranch and Grande Ronde River access in southern Asotin County. The 2,200-acre parcel bordering the river was …