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What a deal: Park admission is free this week

The mountain comes free this week. In observance of National Park Week April 22-26, admission is free at Mount Rainier National Park. Entrance usually costs $15 for a day pass…

Track success in Tacoma

Track success in Tacoma

Eatonville High School track and field coaches voiced satisfaction with their teams’ seventh-place finish in the boys’ competition and 16th-place on the girls’ side in the 35-team Tacoma Invitational last…

Late fireworks produce victory

Eatonville exploded offensively in the later stages of the contest to defeat the defending Nisqually League champion Chimacum Cowboys 10-4 in a high school baseball game April 9. The victory…

New hunting, fishing and clamming this month

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown For many of us, April is the most invigorating month of the year, because it marks the start of a new year of hunting,…

Eatonville serves notice on Nisqually

Eatonville serves notice on Nisqually

The balance of power in girls tennis in the Nisqually League may be shifting toward Eatonville. The Cruisers won their first four matches of the 2013 season. Included among their…

Game On

Baseball April 10: Puyallup at Graham-Kapowsin (4 p.m.), Wright at Eatonville. April 12: Cedar Park Christian at Eatonville (4 p.m.), Curtis at Graham-Kapowsin (4 p.m.), Bethel at Puyallup. April 15:…

First time fishing for kids? Make it safe and fun

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown With the opening of the general fishing season April 27, many youngsters will be experiencing fishing for the first time and the excitement that…

Maida’s arm, Voss’ bat pace victory

Pitcher Morgan Maida limited Seattle Christian to three hits and teammate KK Voss drove in two runs as Eatonville steamed to an 8-1 Nisqually League high school fastpitch victory last…

Hatton takes down own record

Lucas Hatton broke his own school record and joined Daisey Newman in dominating the weight events to help lead Eatonville to team victories in a high school track and field…

Local lakes getting their share of new rainbow trout

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) seldom receives a pat on the back for its managerial know-how or for its wildlife programs…