Thursday Mar 6
Officials: Criticism of Pasco fisherman's record walleye misguided
Most people who’ve seen the photo of a Pasco fisherman holding the Washington record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory.
New state record walleye caught in McNary Pool of Columbia River last Friday
With all the giant walleye being caught in the Columbia River, it was bound that the state record was going to get broken.
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Pasco man catches Washington's largest walleye
A Pasco man made a record-breaking catch last week. John Grubenhoff brought in the largest walleye ever recorded in Washington state while fishing at Lake Wallula Feb. 28. The 20-pound, 35.5-inch fish was more than a pound heavier and almost two inches longer than the previous record-holder.
Letter: Open spaces vision worth preserving
The Jan. 24 Tri-City Herald asks a question on Page A1, then answers it on C1. The A1 question: How should we brand ourselves to change how others perceive us? The C1 answer: Preserve open space, create a regional trail network, integrate it with our communities and local businesses, such as wineries.