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 By Carol L Allen    Events    

VFW Auxiliary Scholarship

The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and VFW Auxiliary offer several scholarships that are available to students in grades 9 through 12. The Scholarship program is not a new one, but it is so... Full story

 
 By NPS    RVing    October 1, 2021 

Extinct Reptile Fossils

Extinct Reptile Fossils Find Their Way Back To Arizona's Petrified Forest National Park In a lab at the University of Washington's Burke Museum in Seattle, Wash., a large block of fossils, on loan... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    August 1, 2021

Guy Lombardo Was Also A Speedboat Racer

Many remember him and his Royal Canadians for their extremely popular band performances, especially from 1929 to 1952, but on into the '70s and beyond with his top-selling recordings. However, Guy... Full story

 

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue

These are only two of the myriad at Lost Our Home pet rescue. Scooby "Hi, my name is Scooby. I was brought to Lost Our Home Pet Rescue in November of 2020. I had a bit of a bumpy path because I was... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    April 1, 2021

Zebra Mussels

Pet stores urged to remove aquarium product from shelves; consumers should follow disposal guidelines. The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD), along with wildlife agencies across the country,... Full story

 
 By BoatUS    Boating    February 1, 2021

BoatUS Makes A Difference

Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), the national advocacy, services and safety group with more than 700,000 members, weighed in on a range of boating issues, debates and... Full story

 

CCW Rules

In Other Words, Know Before You Go If you have taken a Concealed Carry class and have gotten your permit, congratulations! Now you need to start thinking about what that permit does and doesn't do... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Events   

Patriot Day: A National Day Of Mourning

In the immediate aftermath of the attacks on September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush proclaimed Friday, September 14, 2001, as a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for the victims of the... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Events   

VFW Auxiliary Offers Four Scholarships

We encourage students to express their Americanism and Patriotism thoughts through our scholarships programs. By participating in our scholarship programs, they show support for our country and are... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    May 1, 2020

Columbia River Scheduled To Open

Columbia River scheduled to open for spring Chinook on select days beginning May 5 OLYMPIA – The Columbia River spring Chinook fishery is scheduled to open for four days through mid-May, state... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    May 1, 2020

Snake River To Open

OLYMPIA – Anglers on the Snake River will be able to fish for spring Chinook salmon when fishing begins to reopen in Washington on May 5, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW)... Full story

 

Traveling Boaters

Federal Boating Infrastructure Grant program pays for transient slips, moorings, fuel docks, navigation aids, restrooms, utilities and breakwaters. The Boating Infrastructure Grant (BIG) program, whic... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    April 1, 2020

WDFW To Open Some Recreational Fishing And Hunting

OLYMPIA -- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today it will reopen some recreational fishing and hunting in a phased approach following the state's efforts to limit the... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Events   

Washington State Lands To Reopen

OLYMPIA -- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission (Parks) announced today they will reopen state-managed lands on Tuesday, May 5,... Full story

 
 By Margie Anderson    RVing    March 1, 2020

Arizona Ghost Town Loop

Ever since I read about this loop, I've wanted to do it – the loop takes you through five ghost towns in southern Arizona, and it goes through some seriously beautiful country, too. We made... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    February 1, 2020

Washington Salmon Forcasts Released

OLYMPIA – Fishery managers say the coming year may be another tough one for anglers in Washington, with low salmon returns expected again in 2020. The 2020 forecasts for Chinook, coho, sockeye, and... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    January 1, 2020

WDFW To Use Helicopters To Capture Mule Deer

SPOKANE- Starting in early January, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will conduct mule deer captures from helicopters in three study areas along the east slope of the Cascades in... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    January 1, 2020

Sailing Convention For Women

Where do women sailors go to learn? The answer is a place where they can enjoy the camaraderie of other women sailors, learn from top instructors both on the water and in the classroom, and have... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    December 1, 2019

Sailing Convention For Women

Where do women sailors go to learn? The answer is a place where they can enjoy the camaraderie of other women sailors, learn from top instructors both on the water and in the classroom, and have... Full story

 

Recreational Fishing Wins Bipartisan Support

The National Fish Habitat Through Partnership Act Was Included In This Conservation Legislation Alexandria, Va. – December 17, 2019 – Today, the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    November 1, 2019

Razor Clam Dig

WDFW Approves Seven-Day Razor Clam Dig On Ocean Beaches, Including Thanksgiving Holiday Digs OLYMPIA - Razor clam diggers can return to ocean beaches for a seven-day opening beginning November 24.... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    November 1, 2019

Coho Fisheries Modified

Action: •Anglers limited to 1 adult coho on lower Cowlitz and lower Kalama Rivers. •Release all adult coho on the Lewis River, Cedar Creek (including all tributaries), and Washougal River.... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Events   

Brendan Brokes Named WDFW North Puget Sound Region Director

OLYMPIA – Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Director Kelly Susewind has named Brendan Brokes Regional Director of the North Puget Sound Region based in Mill Creek. He began his new... Full story

 
 By Carol L Allen    WOOT    October 1, 2019

VFW Invites Teachers, Students

To submit forms to a local VFW Auxiliary, see contact information at the end of this article. Teacher Of The Year (Submission deadline is Thursday, Oct. 31.) Without our nation’s veterans, America... Full story

 

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