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Commission amends state wildlife interaction rules

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission amended several state wildlife interaction rules, including those addressing conflicts between wolves and livestock, during their Oct. 4 public meeting in...

 

Passing land based business to the next generation, topic for workshop

Few challenges that family forestland owners, farmers, ranchers, and other land-based family businesses face are more important than the issue of passing the business and its land base on to the...

 

East District Court

September 10 •David Joseph Epidendio: Hunt Big Game 2 (7/1/12); Guilty plea, 364 days/364 susp., fines/fees $323, 24 months bench probation. •Matthew C. McQueen: Purchase/Use License 2 (6/2/13);...

 

Sudden change in momentum sends Goldendale to third straight loss

The game was a battle of size versus speed and it seemed like size was going to rally and win. But, a sudden shift in fourth quarter momentum sent the...

 

Jagelski, Kan lead Wolf harriers in league action

Michael Jagelski and Qi Cathy Kan were top runners for Goldendale at Thursday’s SCAC league cross country meet in Naches. Jagelski placed seventh in 19:29 for the 5,000 meter course. Kan was sixth...

 

Lady Wolves outside looking in at start of second half

It’s not time to panic, but the Lady Timberwolves are sitting in fifth place as they start the second half of the volleyball season, following a 3-0 loss at the hands of Granger. Serve-receive,...

 

Klickitat tries to even score with Trout Lake at Glenwood as new home team

Andrew Christiansen Reporter Don’t be surprised if there is a strange vibe in the stands for Friday night’s volleyball match with the home team Kl...

 

Record return of salmon ups limit, extends season on Klickitat River

Record return of chinook salmon to the Columbia River and Klickitat Rvier has led the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to announce that up to four adult chinook salmon may be retained and...

 

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