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Sure, it’s cold, but fishing still hot

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It has been said that fishing in the winter could be considered a masochistic pastime because of conditions, but that doesn’t appear to be…

Game On

Boys high school basketball Dec. 9: Graham-Kapowsin at Mount Rainier, Elma at Eatonville (5:45 p.m.), Bethel at Emerald Ridge, Spanaway Lake at Puyallup Dec. 12: Eatonville at Aberdeen, Emerald Ridge…

Free day for Eatonville at Trek

Eatonville residents will be admitted free of charge to Northwest Trek on Dec. 7. The one-day free admission, an annual event hosted by the wildlife park, requires proof of residency…

Cascade Christian knocks out Eatonville

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The Eatonville Cruisers walked off the Tacoma Dome field without the shot at a state championship they hoped for, but they could make the argument…

Graham-Kapowsin comes up short

Chiawana, the defending 4A state high school football champion and arguably the favorite to keep the crown for another year, proved it doesn’t have to score 40-plus points to win.…

VIDEO: A big night for Eagles and fans

Graham-Kapowsin High School’s football team will travel to Pasco Nov. 29 to face Chiawanah in the semifinals of the 4A state football tournament. The winner will play for the state…

Mountain’s Nisqually entrance reopens

Public access to Mount Rainier National Park through the Nisqually entrance was reopened Wednesday morning after being closed Tuesday because of heavy flooding that filled park streams and creeks and…

Two Cruisers All-Evergreen

Two Cruisers All-Evergreen

Eatonville High School’s 2014 girls soccer team, good enough to qualify for the state tournament, received additional validation from its rivals in the Evergreen League. The Cruisers’ Heidi Brankline and…

Overnight bunks free on trails

For winter hikers, snowshoers and cross country skiers, Mount Tahoma Trails Association offers reputedly the largest no-fee, hut-to-hut trail system in North America. About 50 miles of trails include three…

Go east, Eagles

Graham-Kapowsin’s path to a potential state football championship continues to run through eastern Washington. For the second week in a row, a team from there is the Eagles’ opponent in…