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G-K keeps winning, James keeps scoring

Teague James ran for four touchdowns, giving three or more touchdowns for the third consecutive game, and Graham-Kapowsin powered past Emerald Ridge 49-13 Friday to remain undefeated through the first…

Three in a row for Eatonville

Eatonville stretched its winning streak to three straight by trouncing Vashon 41-20 in a Nisqually League high school football game Friday. Long touchdown runs of 65 yards by Joe Evans,…

Federal Way downs Braves

Federal Way High piled up leads of 19-0 in the first quarter and 25-3 at halftime Thursday en route to a 45-18 thumping of Bethel, the Braves’ third consecutive defeat…

Body of hiker found at Mount Rainier

The body of a 66-year-old man who went missing during a day hike was recovered Friday at Mount Rainier National Park. A park spokesman said park rangers and Mountain Rescue…

United, we can bring tourism dollars to town

By Rich Williams Many of you have probably seen the new Historic Eatonville” sign as you enter town. This is an important step in promoting tourism in Eatonville. According to…

500-plus cars and trucks on show

There will be plenty of eye candy on wheels this Saturday for Pierce County Parks and Recreation’s 11th annual Hi-Tech Collision Classic Car and Truck Show. The free show, featuring…

Returning chinook ‘through the roof’

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown More upriver fall chinook are returning to the Columbia River than at any time in the past 75 years. A revised run update predicts…

Fire district asks voters for modern stations

Fire district asks voters for modern stations

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Did you hear the one about the room so small that you have to open the door if you want to turn around? It’s no…

Two days for art and wine lovers

The Rainer View Art and Wine Show Sept. 28-29 in Graham will feature local artists, wine tasting and live music. The free, two-day event will run from 12 noon to…

A pond in Ken Kildahl’s memory

A pond in Ken Kildahl’s memory

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The fishing pond that Ken Kildahl helped make kid-friendly will be named in his memory. Kildahl, who died March 29 at the age of 65,…

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