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Good news on hunting permits: More of them, and cheaper

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It is a rare phenomenon when Washington fishermen and hunters get a reduction in the cost of their licenses, but lo and behold, it…

Three-time winners Tomal, Newman pace Cruisers

George Tomal won the sprint events and the javelin to pace the boys, and Daisey Newman won all three weight events and Heidi Brankline captured the long and triple jumps…

Anglers, vets can be Mineral Lake derby winners

American Legion Storm King Post 171′s 21st annual Mineral Lake Fishing Derby, with anglers competing for prizes and proceeds benefitting veterans, is set for April 26. The derby, from 12:01…

Kaelin wins shot put in Oregon Relays

Justin Kaelin of Eatonville High won the shot put in the Oregon Relays high school track and field meet April 19-20 at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon. Kaeli,…

Bethel, G-K and SL student-athletes commit to colleges

Seven student-athletes at high schools in the Bethel School District are among some of the latest to sign letters of intent with colleges to continue their academic and athletic careers.…

Eatonville saying goodbye to Nisqually League

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A year-long study has led to a decision that will put Eatonville High School’s sports teams in a league with schools in towns ranging from…

Cruisers third at halfway point

An 11-1 loss to Orting last Friday capped a week of baseball for Eatonville High School in which the Cruisers split a pair of Nisqually League contests and found themselves…

Mount Rainier admission free through April 27

National Park Week is being observed at Mount Rainier National Park with free admission through April 27. Vehicle fees for entering the park will be waived during the period that…

Game On

High school track and field April 24: Bethel at Graham-Kapowsin April 30: Spanaway Lake at Rogers, Graham-Kapowsin at Emerald Ridge, Puyallup at Bethel High school baseball April 23: Beamer at…

Corps of Engineers will kill fish-eating birds

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown To reduce the birds’ predation on juvenile salmon and steelhead in the Columbia Basin, the U.S. Corps of Engineers has announced it will kill…