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Eatonville swimmers win

The Eatonville Cruisers, led by yet another record-breaking effort by Jayla Thirtyacre, defeated W.F. West/Centralia 97-73 in a high school girls swim meet Tuesday. Thirtyacre broke Eatonville’s school record in…

Fisher comeback at Mount Rainier: Yea or nay?

Fisher comeback at Mount Rainier: Yea or nay?

The National Park Service is seeking public comments on a proposal to restore the fisher, a member of the weasel family, to the Mount Rainier and North Cascades national parks.…

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, campaign signs are part of democracy

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, campaign signs are part of democracy

By Mark Lindquist School has started, football season is upon us, temperatures are falling and the political season is heating up. Public participation is necessary to our democracy, whether we…

County unemployment 6.1 percent

August’s unemployment rate in Pierce County was higher than the statewide average and matched the national level, state officials reported. The 6.1 percent jobless rate was the same as the…

Salmon Fest needs volunteers

Salmon Fest needs volunteers

Organizers of the second annual Eatonville Salmon Fest are recruiting volunteers to help with activities during the Oct. 18 event. The public and representatives of organizations from around the South…

Community meeting on schools’ plan

Eatonville School District’s strategic plan will be the subject of a community meeting with the School Board Oct. 8 at Weyerhaeuser Elementary School. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m.…

Eagles ready for perennial powerhouse

Eagles ready for perennial powerhouse

Graham-Kapowsin ran away from Spanaway Lake in the second quarter en route to a 45-14 victory last Friday in a showdown between cross-district and South Puget Sound League 4A football…

Cruisers leading the Evergreen

It’s a good thing that Eatonville piled up 23 points before Montesano got in gear in their Evergreen League 1A football matchup last Friday. The Cruisers did all their scoring…

Braves win tuneup for SPSL showdown

Mountain View found out last Friday what four other high school football teams already knew about the Bethel Braves: They’re tough to beat. In fact, the Braves have been unbeatable.…

Public can comment on trails policy

The state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is adding a public meeting to a series of six open houses for public input on a statewide policy for managing public-access trails…