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Could be another chinook record this fall

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It looks like this year’s fall chinook return to the Columbia River might be another record run, according to Washington and Oregon fish managers.…

Parks wins on Symetra Tour

Sadena Parks, the former Bethel High School student-athlete, fired a 5-under-par 67 in the final round and then defeated Jackie Stoelting on the second playoff hole Sunday to win the…

Happy to be a junior hydro racer

Happy to be a junior hydro racer

Two years ago at Silver Lake near Eatonville, Travis Ulsh took a boat-racing class put on by the Seattle Outboard Association. He’s been a junior hydroplane racer ever since. The…

To the mountain and back

To the mountain and back

About 700 riders tackled the 152-mile RAMROD bicycle ride mlast Thursday. The one-day ride started in Enumclaw at 5 a.m. and wound through Pierce and King counties and Mount Rainier…

Anglers have something to look forward to

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Last week, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced anglers will be allowed to retain up to six adult hatchery coho on…

Eatonville starts fall sports signups

The fall sports signup for Eatonville High School student-athletes is scheduled for Aug. 20, Aug. 21 and Aug. 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Aug. 26-29 from 7 a.m.…

Junior football on parade

Junior football on parade

Eatonville Junior Cruisers football players were part of the Independence Day community parade in Eatonville July 4. Football fields are one of the next places they’ll be seen as their…

Night closures for mountain road project

Work on the Nisqually to Paradise Road at Mount Rainier National Park is continuing, with park officials advising visitors to be aware of related traffic disruptions. Road work is scheduled…

Fishing lines follow the leader

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown When fishing for salmon and steelhead – and for that matter, any other fish, the most vulnerable part of a fishing line is the…

Parks stays on national stage

Parks stays on national stage

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Sadena Parks’ high-profile year in women’s professional golf continued last month with an appearance in the U.S. Golf Association’s national championship. Parks, the former Bethel…