SPOKANE — The state Department of Fish and Wildlife will capture and release mule deer in Chelan and Klickitat counties to learn about movement and migration patterns.
About four months after an accident changed his life forever, the artist formerly known as Crash the Cat is loving every whiskered breath he takes.
Electric vehicles seem to be the wave of the future. One study suggests that by 2040, 60 percent of the cars will be electric. This begs one big question, “Where will the electricity come from?”
WENATCHEE — Removing an unprecedented two feet of snow across the city didn’t come cheap for Wenatchee.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee City Council approved the purchase of three properties from Wenatchee Mining Partnership for a little over $184,000 Thursday night.
LEAVENWORTH — Do you have any extra space? Would you like some snow? Leavenworth might be in touch.
SPOKANE — Snow and cold weather have biologists worrying about regional wildlife, particularly after Eastern Washington deer herds were hit hard by two deadly diseases this summer.
WENATCHEE — Amtrak passengers stranded in Wenatchee by record snow continued to wait Friday to get over the Cascade Mountains to Seattle.
Passengers were put up in a hotel Thursday night.
WENATCHEE — Record-breaking snowfall in the Wenatchee Valley disrupted food bank operations.
OLYMPIA — Hunters who report their 2021 black bear, deer, elk, or turkey hunting results by Jan. 10, will have the opportunity to win one of nine deer and elk incentive permits for fall 2022, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officials said Monday in a news release.
NCW — Snowfall from Sunday to early Monday afternoon in North Central Washington ranged from 3 to 20 inches.
WINTHROP — The state Department of Transportation is moving the North Cascades Highway’s east side closure point from Silver Star campground, milepost 171, to Early Winters campground, milepost 178, according to a news release.
WENATCHEE — Though it arrived after the holiday, Mother Nature’s Christmas gift to the Wenatchee Valley seems to be unseasonably brisk weather.
WENATCHEE — There's a good chance of snow on Christmas and then it's going to get cold — very cold.
YAKIMA — Shareholders approved the sale of the White Pass Ski Area to a partnership of five Yakima businessmen this week.
EAST WENATCHEE — The Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail may soon be connected to the Valley Mall Parkway in East Wenatchee.
NACHES — A group of local buyers has offered to purchase the White Pass Ski Area in western Yakima County, and shareholders will consider the proposal next week.
OLYMPIA — Start off 2022 with a guided snowshoe trek at Lake Wenatchee State Park, a hike on the Little Bear Trail at Lake Chelan State Park or get a lesson in history and some walking in at the Lincoln Rock State Park. Those are three of more than 40 state parks offering free First Day Hike…
Jasmani Cortez with Root Factor Maintenance of East Wenatchee rakes leaves from sculpted juniper shrubs in the yard of Tom Rowe's Wenatchee home Tuesday. Rowe, who has owned the home for about 30 years, says the plants were there when he moved in. He has them pruned every year to look like the foothills located just above his home.
WENATCHEE — The record-setting warm weather has forced Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort to close down temporarily and Stevens Pass Ski Resort to push back an opening date.
The breaching of the Condit Dam along the White Salmon River might or might not provide some lessons about dam removal. But it definitely offers instruction about the remarkable resiliency of ecosystems.
(Editor’s note: This is the second of three columns focusing on the book: “Dividing Paradise: Rural Inequality and the Diminishing American Dream” by WSU sociologist Jennifer Sherman)
We all have blind spots. We see the world from our own experience, education and background and deceive ourselves into thinking that our perspective is correct and the viewpoint of others is faulty. That’s why it’s important to seek out different viewpoints and consider evidence that counters our thinking.
WENATCHEE — Two roads in Chelan County will be closed for winter starting Dec. 1 to protect mule deer habitat and prevent damage to the roads.
WENATCHEE — The same weather pattern causing record-breaking rain in Western Washington has given Wenatchee three record-high temperatures.
Workers for Canyon Fence of Cashmere cut a rail to fit a new split-rail cedar fence at Kirby Billingsley Hydro Park on Monday. Restoration work at the park began in September to improve native habitat and stop erosion from the Columbia River. The crew is installing more than 1,500 feet of fencing at the park and another 1,300 feet at Beebe Bridge Park in a similar project.
LOS ANGELES — Wolf advocates across the nation were brooding over the bad news this week: The epic journey of a lone gray wolf that ventured from Oregon to the very edge of Southern California’s crowded suburbs in search of territory and female mates had ended in a vehicle collision near Int…