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Forum: Chamber appreciation, Bush reaction

The Eatonville Chamber of Commerce is an important institution for both businesses and residents of the town of Eatonville. The members of the Chamber would like to thank a few…

Horse owner pleads not guilty to animal cruelty

A Graham horse owner has formally denied Pierce County authorities’ charges of animal cruelty. John Diller pleaded not guilty in Superior Court on Dec. 27. The plea was entered on…

Hancock donates to school

A timber company has donated money to the Eatonville School District for middle school education. The School Board last month formally accepted the $1,070 donation from Hancock Forest Management for…

Graham business group meets at Skills Center

Graham Business Associastion’s monthly meeting in January will be held at the Pierce County Skills Center on Jan. 16, starting at 7:30 a.m. The breakfast meeting will include a presentation…

Cruisers’ comeback too much for Vashon

One rally worked and another came up just short as Eatonville High School split a pair of Nisqually League boys basketball games in the first week of the new year.…

American Legion meeting Jan. 8

The American Legion Post in Eatonville will celebrate the new year and hold its regular meeting on Jan. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Rainier Building at the corner of…

With new year comes rule on barbless hooks

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Effective Jan. 1, barbless hooks are required when fishing for salmon, steelhead and cutthroat in the Columbia River from it’s mouth (including the north…

Mount Rainier will blaze a better trail

Mount Rainier will blaze a better trail

Mount Rainier National Park has been given the go-ahead to start rebuilding its Nisqually to Paradise road, perhaps as soon as this year. Chris Lehnertz, Pacific West Region director of…

Congressman backs legal protection for federal police

Legislation partially introduced by U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert to give federal law enforcement officers some legal protection for certain off-duty actions in a peacekeeping role has passed a hurdle to…

Go play in the snow

Go play in the snow

If snow is your thing, Mount Rainier National Park has it. Park officials said the snowplay area at Paradise is generally open through mid-March, depending on snow levels and conditions.…