The Cowlitz Valley Runners group sponsors Saturday morning fun runs and other club events on a monthly basis with special activities on other dates.
The Mount St. Helens Hiking Club typically holds several hikes each month. Anyone interested in the hikes is welcome.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife shellfish managers in late August announced tentative days people can dig for razor clams through the end of December. The approval of the dates are pending on marine toxin test results which usually take place about a week or less before each set o…
This year, fire season started several months earlier than usual due to drought and heat, "leaving firefighters worn out and resources spread thin," the press release said.
For the past 17 months or so I have been unable to go to my favorite place in the world and do my favorite things, namely fish and hunt, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
No early symptoms, no cure, always fatal, remains in the environment for decades and is rapidly spreading among wild and fenced deer throughout the United States.
TOUTLE — Each summer from 1994 to 2008, Marvin Cooper pedaled up thousands of feet in elevation through the Mount St. Helens blast zone.
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Lyle Chambers, 95, of Silver Lake recently sent a photo to The Daily News of his bird feeder.
The price of Sno-Park permits will increase in the fall when they go back on sale Nov. 1, according to a press release from Washington State Parks.
Laid off from her job as a dialysis tech during the pandemic, Mexicali resident Beatriz Ojeda felt like she could not take another day alone in her home.
Emily Ford says yes to things.
Ryan Hashagen and Margot St. Finch recently canoed down the Cowlitz River from the railroad bridge north of Kelso to the Columbia River to Rainier then rode a motor bike from Rainier across the Lewis and Clark Bridge.
Fishermen J.T. Kaul, Carson Grant and Corky Reed were taken by surprise on March 9 when a California Gray whale surfaced for air about 30 yards in front of their boat while they were testing new equipment for Brad’s Killer Fishing Gear.
In the age of online education and never-ending screen time, some observers have noted that learning has never been more difficult, Many mighty minds have searched high and low for a solution.
Wisconsin's image took a hit recently when 216 wolves were killed during a three-day Badger State hunt — a toll that was 82% over the hunt's quota.
As the weather across the country warms up, outdoor activities will become more attractive to people looking to find ways to get moving.
Visitors to Washington state parks can now plan visits for the 2021 free days. Free days are when visitors to state parks do not need a Discover Pass for day-use visits.
People from across the Pacific Northwest flocked to the Cowlitz River Tuesday for the one-day recreational smelt dip.
Prepare your dip nets — there will be a one-day recreational smelt dipping window this Tuesday. The traditional iconic event occurs one or two times yearly, if at all.
Job openings for hundreds of seasonal park aides to help operate state parks during the summer have been announced by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.
Fishing was one of the few sports where participation seemed to pick up when everything else went on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The results of the Christmas Bird Count have been trickling in over the last several weeks and the report offers a glimpse into the wide world of life on the wing. The 121st annual Christmas Bird Count continued the tradition of the longest running citizen science census of winter avian popu…