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Park rangers memorialized

Park rangers memorialized

The names of 11 National Park employees – two of them Mount Rainier National Park rangers – who died in the line of duty the past three years have been…

Forum: ‘Big hearts’ fund-raising; Eatonville schools budget

A huge “thank you” to each and every person and business who donated to the Gary Sokol auction and spaghetti feed, the dinner at Elbe Bar and Grill, and who…

Richard (Dick) J. Hermsen Sr.

Richard (Dick) J. Hermsen Sr. of Elma, Washington passed away peacefully at Mother Joseph’s in Olympia with family by his side on March 3, 2013. He was 88. Dick married…

Evelyn M. Guske

Evelyn M. Guske died peacefully in her sleep on Feb. 27, 2013 at the age of 98. She was born on Dec. 23, 1914 on the George Dean Farm near…

Pierce Transit reduces amount of service cuts

The Pierce Transit Board of Commissioners, taking some of the sting out of the service cuts that will take effect this fall, have voted to provide limited bus service on…

Legislators ‘looking forward to citizen input’

State Reps. Gary Alexander and J.T. Wilcox will host three town hall-style meetings this Saturday in the Second District for discussions of issues facing the Legislature. The first meeting of…

Eatonville puts some Frost on Life Christian

Colton Frost scored two goals as Eatonville blanked Life Christian 3-0 Monday in a season-opening boys high school soccer match. Jerry Caldwell scored the Cruisers’ other goal. (Read more in…

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…