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High adventure awaits on trail to High Rock Lookout

High adventure awaits on trail to High Rock Lookout

From the Mount Rainier Visitor Association’s blog: We’re thrilled that the great weather has brought thousands of visitors into Mt. Rainier National Park the last few weeks.  However, long lines…

Tougher ‘BUI’ boating law starts July 28

Tougher ‘BUI’ boating law starts July 28

Governor Jay Inslee has signed legislation that changes Washington’s boating safety laws and gets tough on boaters operating under the influence. The changes will take effect July 28. Most notably,…

Outdoor fun the geocaching way

The 100th year of Washington’s state parks is bringing them into the wide world of geocaching. The state Parks and Recreation Commission and the Washington State Geocaching Association (WSGA) announced…

Bluegills are here, and here’s how to catch them

Bluegills are here, and here’s how to catch them

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown One of the most overlooked freshwater game fish is the bluegill. Because of their small size, it never has received raving reviews from the…

Hail to the student-athletes

Here’s a rundown of team and individual honors for Eatonville High School student-athletes during the 2012-13 school year. The high school career achievements of graduating seniors also are listed: ·…

Extra zip in challenge course

Extra zip in challenge course

The challenge course at Northwest Trek has gotten zippier. Sensation, termed by Trek as the pinnacle of the four-course Zip Wild complex, opened in late May. Its thrills are suitable…

A 52-pound striped bass? It can happen

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown A huge, 52-pound striped bass was recently caught in the lower Columbia River by Jason Lake, a commercial fisherman from the Lynnwood area. Jason…

Fishing derby nets some big ones

Fishing derby nets some big ones

A whopper weighing in at three pounds and eight ounces was the winner in the second annual Rainbow RV Resort fishing derby June 16 at Tanwax Lake. The prize fish…

Wanted: Volleyball officials

Retirees, former players and anyone else looking to re-connect with volleyball by officiating high school and middle school matches can get involved through Tacoma-Pierce County Volleyball Officials Board. The board…

They rode to the top

They rode to the top

Ally Banks, an Eatonville High School senior, has finished her high school equestrian career as a state champion. Banks and her horse, Oscar, won the stock seat equestrian event at…