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Blood drives at schools, stores, LDS ward

Bethel High School will host a blood drive Feb. 8 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for Cascade Regional Blood Services (CRBS), the supplier of blood for  hospitals in Pierce…

161 same-sex marriage licenses in first month

Same-sex couples in Pierce County haven’t wasted any time heading for the altar after being cleared by voters to legally marry. In approximately the first month since the legalization of…

Cruiser hoops, mat roundup

The winning streak of Eatonville High’s girls basketball team reached four in a row with victories last week over Cedar Park Christian 50-39 and Wright 50-45. That left the Cruisers…

Students learn and win through poetry

Students learn and win through poetry

Is a trip to the nation’s capitol in Bethany Padgett’s future? It might be, now that she’s Eatonville High School’s representative in the Poetry Out Loud contest being staged at…

Graddy All-State in soccer

Graddy All-State in soccer

Machaela Graddy’s prowess as a soccer player at Eatonville High School has gained statewide attention with her selection for the All-State class 1A team for the 2012 season. The honor…

Salmon regulations, fishing rules and cougars

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Under the new management policy for lower Columbia River salmon fisheries adopted last week by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission, there will be…

Game On

BOYS BASKETBALL Jan. 22: Eatonville at Wright, Graham-Kapowsin at Federal Way, Beamer at Bethel Jan. 25: Beamer at Graham-Kapowsin, Rogers at Bethel, Eatonville at Cedar Park Christian Jan. 29: Bethel…

Junior ski and snowboard competition this weekend

The Junior Freeride Tour, featuring ski and snowboard competition for athletes 15 to 17 years old, is headed to Crystal Mountain Resort for the first of four tour stops this…

Eatonville schools superintendent retiring

Rich Stewart will retire as Eatonville School District’s superintendent at the end of the current school year. Stewart formally told the School Board of his plans at its meeting Wednesday.…

Next stop: One-third cut in bus service

Pierce Transit plans to eliminate weekend bus runs and some weekday service by this fall as part of a 34 percent reduction in service. The agency’s Board of Commissioners approved…