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FILE - A grizzly bear roams an exhibit at the Woodland Park Zoo on May 26, 2020, in Seattle. The federal government plans to restore grizzly bears to an area of northwest and north-central Washington. Plans announced this week by the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service call for the release of three to seven bears a year for five to 10 years to achieve an initial population of 25.

The federal government plans to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades region of Washington

FILE - A grizzly bear roams an exhibit at the Woodland Park Zoo on May 26, 2020, in Seattle. The federal government plans to restore grizzly bears to an area of northwest and north-central Washington. Plans announced this week by the National Park Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service call for the release of three to seven bears a year for five to 10 years to achieve an initial population of 25.

April 25, 2024, 1:11pm Latest News

The federal government plans to restore grizzly bears to an area of northwest and north-central Washington, where they were largely wiped out. Read story

WA trout derby kicks off Saturday in Longview, Kelso, Woodland lakes

April 25, 2024, 7:30am Latest News

For those putting off restocking their tackle boxes, don’t wait much longer. The state’s annual trout derby kicks off Saturday. Read story

A skier floats over the Central Oregon Cascades while launching a 360 in the Woodward Terrain Park near the Skyliner lift at Mt. Bachelor.

It’s shaping up to be a memorable spring on the slopes in Pacific Northwest

A skier floats over the Central Oregon Cascades while launching a 360 in the Woodward Terrain Park near the Skyliner lift at Mt. Bachelor.

April 20, 2024, 5:59am Life

Just when skiers and snowboarders were ready for the sun-soaked slopes and warmer days of spring skiing, winter returned to Central Oregon. Read story

Salmon fishermen on the Columbia River.

States delay decision on spring chinook reopening

Salmon fishermen on the Columbia River.

April 20, 2024, 5:57am Editor's Choice

Washington and Oregon officials say they will wait to decide whether to reopen spring chinook salmon fishing in the lower Columbia River despite anglers having about 40 percent of their early-season allowance remaining. Read story

Clam digging just south of the Oysterville approach at the northern end of Long Beach Peninsula in Pacific County.

More time to get shellfish with razor clam digs set

Clam digging just south of the Oysterville approach at the northern end of Long Beach Peninsula in Pacific County.

April 20, 2024, 5:55am Outdoors

Razor clam diggers on the Washington coast will get more opportunities to dig starting next week, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildife coastal shellfish managers announced. Read story

A view of the Keystone Colorado ski resort.

7 tips for spring skiing

A view of the Keystone Colorado ski resort.

April 20, 2024, 5:45am Outdoors

While Mount Hood Skibowl closed for the season last week, other Mount Hood resorts like Mt. Hood Meadows and Timberline Lodge will keep skiing operations going to strong into May and beyond. Read story

Bikers take a break from the 100-mile Ride Around Clark County loop at the Clark County Fire &amp; Rescue Station 24 in Ridgefield in 2019.

Ride Around Clark County: Annual bike outing returns with four updated routes

Bikers take a break from the 100-mile Ride Around Clark County loop at the Clark County Fire &amp; Rescue Station 24 in Ridgefield in 2019.

April 19, 2024, 6:05am Clark County Life

Living and driving in Clark County may lead you to think you’ve seen the place. But have you ever taken a self-propelled tour of the local landscape on two wheels, not four? Read story

Mindi Eleazer, the wife of fishing guide Matt Eleazer, with a fine spring Chinook salmon she took from the Columbia River.

Salmon seasons tentatively set for 2024-2025

Mindi Eleazer, the wife of fishing guide Matt Eleazer, with a fine spring Chinook salmon she took from the Columbia River.

April 13, 2024, 5:45am Clark County News

Anglers in Washington can expect similar salmon fishing opportunities in 2024-2025 compared to last season, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife fishery managers announced. Read story