Snowfall in the forecast for the U.S. Highway 97, Coulee corridors as temperatures rise slightly
Three feet of new snowfall has prompted state officials to close North Cascades Highway for the winter
Reps. Doc Hastings and Cathy McMorris Rodgers among those signing letter calling for local management of wolves
Group asks Canadian government to support plan for park stretching from U.S. border to near Oliver
Motorists' new service to be unveiled at 5:30 p.m. Thursday
Comment deadline has been extended
The federal government’s temporary partial shutdown last month affected furloughed employees, state parks – and the public process that could lead to the delisting of the gray wolf as an endangered species.
Residents and visitors can cut their own tree in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
Electricity jumps from power line to water outflow
Omak Wood Products expects operations restart 'first thing Monday'
Insect damage leads to area forest health warning
The state Department of Natural Resources has a new method of helping landowners address forest health problems in the areas around Republic, Curlew, Chesaw, Orient, Kettle Falls and Wauconda.
Grants available to help pay for forest hazard reduction
An emergency rule for taking lethal action against attacking wolves is now part of permanent state rules. The state Fish and Wildlife Commission approved changes to its wildlife interaction rules Oct. 4.
Governor Jay Inslee has appointed long-time Wenatchee resident Bob Bugert to serve on the Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board.
‘Caught in the Act’ could become permanent law
The state Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet Friday to consider changing its wildlife interaction rules, which could mean a permanent rule allowing local ranchers to take lethal action in wolf attacks.
Nearly 60 ranchers and hunters turned out Thursday night to voice concerns over wolf management rules during a roundtable discussion with state Department of Fish and Wildlife officials.