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Search for snowboarders to continue

The search for two men missing on Mount Rainier was scheduled to resume at first daylight Tuesday. teams will renew their efforts at first light tomorrow morning. Searchers believe they…

Searchers trying to find snowboarders on mountain

A search began Monday morning for two snowboarders believed to be lost on Mount Rainier. Authorities said that at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, the snowboarders, ages 20 and 21, called 9-1-1…

All-Nisqually honors for Cruisers

Eatonville High School’s Cruisers are the winners of the top honors in voting for the All-Nisqually League football team for 2012. Lineman Lucas Hatton was named the Most Valuable Player…

Crowds making permit-only hunting likely

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Unofficial deer harvest numbers indicate modern firearm hunting was not too impressive on Weyerhaeuser’s Vail Tree Farm during this years’ modern firearm general season.…

Where there’s wood smoke, there’s trouble for lungs

Where there’s wood smoke, there’s trouble for lungs

As temperatures drop this fall and winter, smoke from homes will increase as people fire up woodstoves and fireplaces to keep warm. And that concerns Puget Sound Air Pollution Control…

Auction benefits Bethel graduates

The Graham Business Association’s scholarship auction, benefitting high school graduates in the Bethel School District, will be held Wednesday at 7 a.m. at the Silver Creek retirement community. The cost…

Free days at Rainier; remember the tire chains

For three days in a row beginning this Saturday, visitors will be allowed into Mount Rainier National Park free of charge in honor of Veterans Day. In addition to Saturday,…

Forum: Disabled parking, business upgrade, Ashford’s postmistress

I heard that there is going to be undercover police out to catch texting while driving. That’s good, but they need to catch people using disabled parking when they don’t…

Veterans Day: One of two times a year we honor military

By Stan Stuefloten Contributing writer Did you vote? I’m sure you did. Don’t we live in a great country. Where else in the world, if you don’t like your boss,…

Wildlife corridor at 2,500-acre, $10.5 million mark

The Nisqually Land Trust says has completed a 2,500-acre, $10.5 million wildlife corridor connecting local, state and federal protected land near the main entrance to Mount Rainier National Park. The…