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G-K breaks Bethel barrier

Graham-Kapowsin is starting to even the playing field in its inter-district high school football rivalry with Bethel. The Eagles’ 35-28 victory last Friday was their first against the Braves, who…

Cruisers still atop Nisqually

A pattern for Eatonville High School’s football team – high-scoring starts and insurmountable halftime leads – continued last Friday in what so far is a perfect Nisqually League campaign. The…

Guilty plea in release of sewage

The former operator of a wastewater treatment plant at Mount Rainier National Park admitted in federal court last Friday that  he allowed about 200,000 gallons of sewage that was’t fully…

One will be called ‘senator’

Randi Becker and Bruce Lachney have more in common than the state Senate seat that she holds and he wants to take away from her in the general election next…

Long days on the fire frontlines

Fires burning in the forests and brushlands of eastern Washington seem close to westsiders who’ve seen smoky horizons above the Cascade foothills and around Mount Rainier. For Jason Darwent and…

Forum: Questions about trail’s use

For many years, a trail has existed between Eatonville Elementary School and the town airport. It has been used by students walking to and from school, as well as others.…

Runs and a walk at Northwest Trek

Two runs of varying distance and a walk for slower-paced participants are scheduled for Northwest Trek’s annual Run Wild event this Saturday at the wildlife park near Eatonville. The courses…

Virginia Clark

Virginia “Ginny” Mae Clark of Anchorage, Alaska passed away peacefully in her sleep on Sept. 1, 2012 after a long battle with Alzheimers. Ginny was born March 15, 1932 in…

Political Buzz: Forums, endorsements announced

• Candidates for Eatonville-area offices in the general election in November are scheduled to participate in a forum Oct. 11 hosted by Eatonville Chamber of Commerce. The forum, open to the…

Fall Fest back for fun, understanding

Fall Fest, which puts an emphasis on fun and information for people of all ages and abilities, is back. The fifth annual free event will be held Saturday from 11 a.m.…