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UPDATE: Horseback hunter found near Soda Springs

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WHITE PASS, Wash. - The horseback hunter who went missing on Saturday near White Pass has been found and is doing well.

Yakima County Search and Rescue crews say he had gotten turned around and was found near the Soda Springs area within the last hour.

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WHITE PASS, Wash. - More teams are joining the search Monday for a hunter on horseback who has been missing since Saturday near White Pass.

The Yakima County sheriff's office says the man's hunting partner reported him missing Sunday evening. The 49-year-old Cashmere man was on horseback.

The search area is on the border of Lewis and Yakima counties, between Dog Lake and Dumbbell lakes and including the Pacific Crest Trail north of Highway 12.

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