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New Naturalists on the River program this Summer Join WRI and Leavenworth Outdoor Center for a new program this summer. Become a river naturalist as you paddle down the Icicle and …

Harts Pass Trailhead will be closed in July due to construction work

WINTHROP - A popular trailhead used by Pacific Crest Trail hikers will close temporarily for construction work in July 2023. Contractors will be working at Harts Pass Trailhead, located 32 miles …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT July 2

Summer Chinook Season Curtailed The Oregon and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced fishing for adult summer chinook from the mouth of the Columbia River to Priest Rapids Dam was …

Leavenworth's Own: Infuse Organics

I've always enjoyed wandering the backroads. It's where I typically find the most intriguing places and friendliest people. This May, while RVing as part of my Harvest Host membership, I …

Sutherland, the Town, and The Tumwater Twister

John Sutherland, the sixty-year-old developer of the controversial new Tumwater Twister in Leavenworth, was eight when his mother first put him on a roller coaster—a rickety wooden affair in …

The Wenatchee River Ranger District will be implementing five aquatic restoration projects this summer

Leavenworth - Five aquatic restoration projects are planned this summer on the Wenatchee River Ranger District. A portion of these projects will require temporary closure of roads, trails, and …

Mission Ridge Ski Team hosts second annual Kids Triathlon July 8

Mission Ridge Ski Team (MRST) is hosting the 2nd Annual Kids Triathlon Saturday, July 8, in Walla Walla Point Park in Wenatchee. The event is sponsored by Artisan Flooring and begins at 9 a.m. …

STATEPOINT - Bug bites are not just a nuisance; they can cause discomfort and even pose health risks for some. “Mosquitoes that may carry Zika, Chikungunya, Dengue fever and West Nile …

WDFW opens public feedback survey to begin three-year hunting season planning

OLYMPIA – Members of the public are invited to weigh in on longer-term hunting season planning as the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) begins its latest three-year season …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT June 25

Most folks think of the S&P 500 as a stock market index but on a recent trip to the Columbia River Gorge, I realized it had a fishing meaning as well. Namely, the opportunity to catch 500 shad …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT June 18

As a young Boy Scout who went on monthly hiking and camping trips, the Ten Essentials for survival was drilled into me as the items I always needed to have with me, even if I was on a day hike. In …

Leavenworth Adventure Park’s Grand Opening

The mounds of steel upon the hill, the mark we loved to point at, has completed its metamorphosis. Leavenworth Adventure Park (LAP) opened to the public on June 1. During the grand opening John …

The Washington Outdoor Report June 11

WENATCHEE RIVER IN LEAVENWORTH OPEN FOR SALMON FISHING The Wenatchee River from the US Highway 2 bridge to the mouth of the Icicle River is now open for Chinook salmon fishing, thanks to a …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT June 4

Catching bass in the shallows during the spawn is a fun thing to do in the spring but when it comes to summertime fishing, few things are more enjoyable than catching aggressive largemouth and …

Leavenworth Winter Sports Club Recognized with “Friend of Children” Award

At the May 22 nd Cascade School Board meeting, Superintendent Tracey Edou recognized Leavenworth Winter Sports Club (LWSC) with a “Friend of Children Award” from the North Central …

Golf Team Sportsmanship: Cascade High School Softball Coach of the Year: Steve Mongeon, Cashmere Team Sportsmanship: Cashmere Player of the Year: Jenna Reeder, Cashmere …

345 acres of critical habitat added to Wild Sky Wilderness

Almost 60 years ago The Wilderness Act set forward the strongest set of protections for our public lands with a vision of maintaining our wildest places for future generations. But today, across the …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT May 28

Spring Chinook fishing improves After a very slow start for the Columbia River spring Chinook salmon run things turned around in a big way. As of May 24, over 101,000 springers had crossed …

Cascade Scoreboard May 24

Scoreboard Tennis May 16: Cascade, Chelan; No scores posted May 18: Cascade Quincy; No scores posted

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT May 21

Last week I wrote about the Pro-Am bass fishing tournament I participated in at Potholes Reservoir where I personally didn’t catch many bass fishing with two pros over two days but I certainly …

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