Colville Tribal member Robert Thomas caught this 20-pound Northern Pike in Lake Roosevelt this spring. Biologists are worried about their impact on the reservoir, and that they could make they way down the Columbia River, and hurt salmon recovery.
Northern Pike caught in Lake Roosevelt.
Judy Chavez, left, talks with Mary Morse during the Leavenworth Community Garden Seed Swap at Barn Beach Reserve in Leavenworth on Saturday. The event was held to raise awareness about the E. Lorene Young Community Garden, which has plots to rent. Go to wenatcheeriverinstitute.org and look for the community garden under the community programs tab.
Alan Walker United Way of Chelan and Douglas Counties executive director
Workers prune grape vines in the Clos CheValle Vineyard just west of Chelan on Thursday. The vineyard is owned by Rocky Pond Winery, which has a tasting room in Chelan.
A 1939 Sayers & Scovill Imperial Cadillac "Carved Side" Hearse is one of several funeral vehicles on display in "The Art of the Undertaker" exhibit in Moses Lake.
Honoring longtime mourning traditions, many people in the late 19th century preferred to view the deceased on biers erected in their homes. This set-up is part of "The Art of Undertaking" exhibit in Moses Lake.
Coleman Oil bulk fuel yard on South Worthen, shown in relation to the focus of the biodiesel spill on the Columbia River. The spill has been linked to leaky pipes at Coleman. Photo provided/state Department of Ecology.
Biodiesel leaks from deteriorated pipes at Coleman Oil's South Worthen street bulk fuel yard. The leaks have been linked to the biodiesel sheen on the Columbia River. Photo provided/state Department of Ecology.