WASHINGTON, D.C. — State Sen. Linda Evans Parlette says that every time she thinks about the Stehekin Valley Road, she hears her late father saying that something needed an “act of Congress” ringing in her ears.
TWISP — State and federal agencies plan to salvage-log less than 2,700 aces of trees that burned in the Carlton Complex Fires this summer — a tiny fraction of the timber that burned in the 256,000-acre fire.
WENATCHEE — Some Columbia Basin schools including those in Quincy and Moses Lake started two hours late this morning due to icy road conditions. But most North Central Washington areas didn’t get the overnight icy rain and snow forecast by the National Weather Service.
The feeling of the wind through her hair, streaming out behind her — not blowing furiously, but spiritedly. The smell of nature in the air, complete with the trace of morning dew from the sprinkle last night, and the nip of coldness in the air that pricks her nose with the reminder of winter. The sound of the — no, her — wild animal’s four hooves pounding on the ground below her, ready to take her wherever she feels the need. The sense of trust between her and her mighty ...