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A coalition of environmental groups is urging Washington to undo some recent changes to cougar and black bear hunting rules, arguing the tweaks have led to too many of the animals being killed. … more
Regular readers of The Chronicle’s “Beak of the Week” feature have likely noticed the piece’s misnomer.   There is not a beak every week. Some weeks, there are two. … more
This picture was submitted by proud husband Colton Stevens. It shows his wife, Kaydee Stevens, who is in front holding horns. Kaydee Stevens double lung shot this 5x5 bull elk from 60 yards with her … more
Razor clam lovers ought to get their nets and buckets cleaned out.   The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) confirmed four days of razor clam digging opportunities at Long … more
Owen Sharp, 15, of Centralia, has loved hunting and fishing from the time he was little, according to his mother, Michelle Sharp.  His passion has only intensified as he grows older. The … more
West Lewis County residents have a gem of a state park in their backyard.  Rainbow Falls State Park has 129 acres of camping, hiking, relaxing and sightseeing and is open for camping and … more
By the time the Renaissance began, the oldest trees in the Grove of the Matriarchs may have already turned 300. Today, “old growth” generally refers to trees that are older than 100 … more
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) shellfish managers on Tuesday confirmed the first round of razor clam digging opportunities at Long Beach, Twin Harbors and Copalis will begin … more
Ellensburg's cross country runners can rest assured their coach understands the mental challenges involved with pushing the human body to its limits. Jeff Hashimoto has found success in … more
Little is new under the Southwest Washington overcast. On Sept. 11, Cory Montgomery posted to a Packwood community Facebook page a photo of an elk with hoof deformities.   All four of … more
Shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) today announced 36 days of tentative razor clam digs at coastal beaches from Sept. 29 through Dec. 29. “We … more
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Tanner Tobin, 14, of Chehalis, poses with the 7x7 bull she harvested with her youth elk tag that she drew through a Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife drawing. The hunt location was near the … more
There is no comfort zone when climbing Mount Adams, the second-highest peak in Washington. The area looks like an alien landscape, the hike is difficult and there's no restrooms or running water. But … more
These photos were captyred by Chronicle Photo Editor Jared Wenzelburger during a trip to Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park on Tuesday. To submit your own photos for potential publication, send … more
Along a back road in northwestern Lewis County, Anthony Novack studied the long line of trees behind a big, open, grassy field. From afar with binoculars. Then up close in person. For Novack, a … more
Chronicle Assistant Editor Isabel Vander Stoep and Photo Editor Jared Wenzelburger were in East Lewis County Thursday for a pair of assignments. They captured these photos along the way. To submit … more
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