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Bethel Rec deadline is near

Registration closes this Saturday for Bethel Rec’s softball and baseball seasons. Participants can register at www.bethelrec.org. Practices are tentatively scheduled to start the week of April 8, with games April…

Big win in season-opener

Big win in season-opener

Eatonville High School’s fastpitch team opened its 2013 campaign with a 12-1 rout of Port Townsend last Friday. Morgan Maida was the pitching and hitting star for the winners. She…

Student part of space think tank

Student part of space think tank

Cassidy Forler has the right stuff. The Eatonville High School student is a participant in Phase One of the 2012-13 Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS). The program is a free, competitive…

Game On: High school schedules

Baseball March 13: Eatonville at Spanaway Lake. March 15: Eatonville at Seattle Christian. March 18: Eatonville at Cascade Christian. March 19: Graham-Kapowsin at Bethel (4 p.m.). March 20: Chimacum at…

Eatonville closer to picking schools chief

At least 12 people might have been trying to become Eatonville School District’s superintendent by last week’s application deadline. That’s the number of “interested people” who either submitted an application…

Columbia Crest deserves to stay open and keep educating kids

By Ken and Autumn Zentz As parents of a Columbia Crest Elementary School student, we were saddened to hear that closing Columbia Crest is once again a topic on the…

Pistols of Pierce County

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch More than 14,000 Pierce County residents wanted to legally arm themselves with handguns in 2012, and another 500-plus requested that authority in barely the first…

Gun issues gain legislators’ attention

By Zoey Palmer WNPA Olympia Bureau Four firearms-related bills are expected to continue moving through the House of Representatives this state legislative session after receiving committee confirmation before the policy-bill…

Sea lion-versus-salmon debate continues

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Last month, a Portland, Ore.-based federal judge dismissed a lawsuit that asked the court to declare illegal a federally approved program to remove California…

Daylight Saving Time and spring almost here

Daylight Saving Time starts at 2 a.m. this Sunday, so like you hear every year, set your clocks ahead one hour before going to bed Saturday night (or, for something…