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Shooter and hostage situations simulated

Students and teachers from Eatonville Middle School, along with emergency personnel from police and fire agencies, will simulate “active shooter” scenarios during a drill Tuesday. The scenarios, scheduled to begin…

‘Quiet man with a big heart’ is Helping Hands Hall of Famer

‘Quiet man with a big heart’ is Helping Hands Hall of Famer

Dale Cronkhite isn’t the type to call attention to himself, but he got some anyway when Eatonville Family Agency named him as its first Helping Hands Hall of Fame member.…

Work begins on Stevens Canyon Road, Part 2

Work is scheduled to resume on the rehabilitation of 10 miles of Stevens Canyon Road in Mount Rainier, which officials say will be an inconvenience for park visitors but well…

No injuries as plane hits house

No injuries as plane hits house

An airplane that was forced off its original course by bad weather struck a house during an apparent landing at Swanson Field in Eatonville Thursday evening, resulting in minor injuries…

Ranger memorialized by law enforcement

Margaret Anderson, the Mount Rainier National Park ranger who was fatally shot in the line of duty, has posthumously been awarded the Washington State Medal of Honor, the state’s highest…

A time for veterans and their memories

A time for veterans and their memories

Edward Saylor and his B-25 bomber crewmates were photographed during their time with “Doolittle’s Raiders” in World War II. Doolittleraiders.com courtesy photo Copy note: background on Saylor from doolittleraider.com Edward…

Bethel students win state history title

Bethel High School is back at the top of Washington’s history game. The National History Day state championship that Bethel won this month is the school’s second, coming eight years…

They’ll run to keep hearts going

They’ll run to keep hearts going

Runners and walkers in the Lynch Creek Run this Saturday will be doing it for their own health and possibly to help save the lives of people they might never…

Community puts movie theater in digital age

Dim the lights and start the movie. The Roxy is going digital. A community-based fund-raising drive led by some of its supporters has produced nearly $34,000.that will enable the Roxy…

Drive for the Fourth begins

For Audrey Thompson, Karen Woodcock and Debbie Gayman, it’s never too early to be thinking about the Fourith of July. The three businesswomen are once again in their annual ramp-up…