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Body found at Mount Rainier cliff

A body believed to be that of a Pierce County woman was recovered Monday from the base of a cliff at Mount Rainier National Park by rangers investigating a vehicle…

The scope on hunting in Pierce County

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown   The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have updated its web page with the new 2012 hunting prospects. Dave Ware, Game Division…

Three in a row for Cruisers

Eatonville High School’s football team will put its three-game winning streak on the line against a Canadian invasion this Friday. The Cruisers will host Bow Valley, a school from the…

Game On

High school volleyball Sept. 24: Cedar Park Christian at Eatonville Sept. 25:Bethel at Spanaway Lake (7 p.m.) Sept. 27: Graham-Kapowsin at Curtis, Emerald Ridge at Bethel (7 p.m.) Sept. 29:…

Scores and schedules

High school football SPSL 4A South Graham-Kapowsin 46, Emerald Ridge 27 Curtis 35, Puyallup 21 Nisqually League Sept. 21: Eatonville at Vashon   High school boys tennis Eatonville 5, Cascade…

Eagles back on track

Graham-Kapowsin outscored Emerald Ridge 46-27 in a South Puget Sound League 4A high school football game Thursday. The Eagles, now 3-1 overall and 2-1 in the SPSL, bounced back from…

Ranger’s death ‘couldn’t be prevented’

The fatal shooting of a Mount Rainier National Park ranger last January by a gunman couldn’t have been prevented, but steps are being taken to help ensure that the park’s…

Municipal Court leaving town

Anyone having business before Eatonville’s Municipal Court will soon have to take it out of town. The Town Council has agreed to put Eatonville’s court system under the control of…

No lefts two times a day

The Eatonville Police Department is asking for the public’s cooperation with school-related traffic-control efforts at the intersection of Carter Street and Washington Avenue North. Left-hand turns onto Carter from Washington…

Fire danger shuts down logging

The state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) increased its Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL) to 4 this morning, requiring a full shutdown of logging and other industrial work in forests.…