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Hibbs to ride at Iron Legacy

RITZVILLE – Saddle up. The Iron Legacy Ranch will host a fundraiser Sunday, Oct. 2, to help Miss Rodeo Washington Lexy Hibbs. The event will run from 1-5 p.m. at the ranch, 651... — Updated 9/29/2022

 
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Sockeye fishing to open at Lake Wenatchee this week.

WENATCHEE – Amid a record return of sockeye salmon to the Columbia River, sockeye fishing in Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River is opening. As of July 22, more than 23,000... — Updated 7/28/2022

 
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NAWG Farm Bill survey now online

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Association of Wheat growers is surveying farmers to develop priorities to address in the next Farm Bill. The survey is designed to gather feedback from growers about what policies are most... — Updated 4/8/2022

 
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Ralston trailhead to be discussed

RALSTON – Two Washington State Parks representatives will be in Ralston on Tuesday, March 15, to discuss opening a new trailhead for the Palouse to Cascade Trail. Beginning at 6:30 p.m., ranger Travis Gabriel and manager Audra Si... — Updated 3/10/2022

 
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Magazine ban advances

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee is considering a measure that would make it illegal to sell, manufacture and distribution so-called “high-capacity” magazines for firearms in Washington state. Senate Bill 5078 passed the House,... — Updated 3/10/2022

 
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Kupp recognized by state Senate

OLYMPIA – The Super Bowl’s most valuable player, an Eastern Washington native, was celebrated in a Senate resolution this week. Cooper Kupp, a Yakima native and former Eastern Washington University football standout, was... — Updated 3/3/2022

 
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Sturgeon fishing to open Jan. 1

OLYMPIA – The white sturgeon fishery opens Jan. 1 for some the lower Columbia River. Fishing for legal-size white sturgeon opens New Year’s Day in Bonneville Pool between Bonneville and The Dalles dams, The Dalles Pool between... — Updated 12/23/2021

 
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Commission considers firearms rules

OLYMPIA — The state Fish and Wildlife Commission may implement new firearms restrictions and hunting closures when it meets virtually Oct. 21-22. In addition, commissioners will discuss a new rule on importing and retaining dead... — Updated 10/21/2021

 
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State seeks input on Columbia Basin Wildlife Area

OTHELLO – The state Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking public input on a draft management plan for the Columbia Basin Wildlife Area in Adams and Grant counties. Comments will be accepted through Nov. 17. The plan will... — Updated 10/21/2021

 
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State agencies to protect, restore shrubsteppe

OLYMPIA – State Department of Fish and Wildlife officials say they need to spend nearly $4 million in the next two years to protect pygmy rabbits and sage grouse from over development and wildfires in Eastern Washington. To that... — Updated 10/7/2021

 
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Flag tradition carries on for Memorial Day

RITZVILLE — Flags will be put up to honor veterans in observance of Memorial Day at 10 a.m. Friday at the Ritzville Memorial Cemetery, followed by placement of flags at the... — Updated 5/21/2020

 

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