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OK given to keep killing sea lions

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has re-authorized the states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho to continue lethal removal of California sea lions…

Sprinker turning 40 with a big party list

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Forty years of recreational activities and sports at Sprinker Recreation Center will be celebrated July 30 with a sampling of all of them. From 10…

Habitat help for endangered frogs

Habitat help for endangered frogs

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch In an action felt particularly in the Eatonville area, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has finalized critical habitat for the Oregon spotted frog within…

RAMROD bike ride goes 150 miles

As many as 800 bicyclists will pedal through Eatonville and nearby areas July 28 during the annual RAMROD (Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day), described by Redmond Bicycle Club…

Pyles will play for Pierce

Pyles will play for Pierce

KatieLynn Pyles, a recent Bethel High School graduate, will attend Pierce College and play volleyball for the Raiders starting this fall. Pierce is a member of the Northwest Athletic Association…

Still room for 7th and 8th-grade Junior Cruisers

Eatonville Junior Cruisers Football reports it has room for more players on its seventh/eighth-grade teams. If you’re interested, here’s how you can get involved, straight from Cheryl Taylor, treasurer of…

Shrimping, crabbing underway

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Marine Area 7 South, which includes Iceberg Point and Salmon Bank shrimp fishing grounds, reopened for eight days of recreational shrimp fishing July 9-16.…

Flurry of mountain rescues proves mini-army point

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Mount Rainier National Park officials say it takes a virtual mini-army to carry out rescues of missing or stranded climbers. And the past few weeks…

Nisqually River Water Trail goes public

Plans for the Nisqually River Water Trail will be the subject of an open house for the public July 18 in Eatonville. The session, scheduled for 6 p.m. at the…

Biggest catch

Biggest catch

Brooks Johnson (left) of Puyallup holds his five-pound, 23-inch trout that was the winning catch in the sixth annual Fathers Day fishing derby at Tanwax Lake on June 18. The…

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