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Snow makes Paradise a playground

Recent storms brought the snow depth at Paradise at Mount Rainier National Park to 112 inches, enough to open the recreation area’s snow play runs. Along with the opening Jan.…

Beavers might be the ticket for wild steelhead survival

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Depending who you ask, beavers can be a blessing or a curse. Considered shadow rodents because we don’t hear much about them unless their…

Swartout a sharpshooter for PLU now

Erik Swartout, who built a reputation as a standout Eatonville High School basketball player with his shooting and overall offensive skills, is showing the same traits at the college level…

Game On

High school boys basketball Results Wright 66, Eatonville 26 (Isaac Boettcher 5 points for Eatonville) Eatonville 66, Vashon 65 (Isaac Boettcher 16 points, Joe Evans 13 points, Caleb Keefer 11…

Going far in circles

Going far in circles

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Most young adults at the start of their professional careers are trying to move forward. Brad Baker is happy going in circles. And he’s darn…

Bait makers try to hook anglers with hype

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Every year fishermen are inundated with a myriad of new fishing lures and hype in an effort to establish what ends up in their…

Game On

High school boys basketball Results Mount Tahoma 50, Bethel 48 (Markus Glenn 14 points, Caleb Diamond 12 points for Bethel) Bethel 48, Rogers 46 (Bryce Bowers 16 points for Bethel)…

Graham native is CWU’s new football coach

Graham native is CWU’s new football coach

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Graham, Orting, Kansas, North Dakota, Ohio and Minnesota have been the stepping stones on a path that led Ian Shoemaker to his first college head…

Hancock land’s reservation comes with a view

Outdoorsmen who venture into Hancock Forest Management land east of Lake Kapowsin are afforded a majestic view of Mount Rainier on clear days – and plenty of recreation opportunities every…

Take care of spinning reels during winter lull

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It probably would be a safe bet to say during the winter only about half of Washington fishermen go fishing. The prospects of getting…