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Controversial predator control leaves questions

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown In early 2012, the Utah Legislature passed the Mule Deer Protection Act. The new law directed the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) to…

Deadhorse Creek and Moraine trails: Solitude

Deadhorse Creek and Moraine trails: Solitude

From the Mt. Rainier Visitor Association blog: The Paradise area is filled with wildflowers this time of year, and the fields are filled with bright-spotted beauties while the trails are…

Orting trips up Cruisers

Orting scored 20 unanswered points in the first quarter and rolled from there to a 34-13 victory over Eatonville last Friday in the first game of the 2013 high school…

Eagles win opener in Idaho

Eagles win opener in Idaho

Twenty-four points in the second quarter helped Graham-Kapowsin’s Eagles return from Idaho with a 31-21 victory over Post Falls in a season-opening high school football game Thursday. The contest was…

Pierce County case shows difficulty of catching poachers

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown No state has enough wildlife enforcement officers to curtail poaching, and Washington is no exception. Although those officers try hard, the greatest difficulty in…

Cruisers breaking new ground

It’s not only a new season, but also a virtually new team for Eatonville’s Cruisers as they head into the 2013 high school football season. The squad that steps onto…

Smaller crowds expected at park

The fewer people the better is how some visitors prefer Mount Rainier National Park. And for them, a good time of year is coming up. Park officials note that with…

What you do after the fish is caught is a matter of taste

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It is amazing how many articles have been published on how to catch particular species of fish, and equally how few have been written…

Girls’ volleyball league registering

Registration for the RAGE Girls Volleyball League in the Spanaway-Parkland and Puyallup areas will be held on Sept. 14 at Puyallup High School from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and…

Quarter-midget racing produces speedy laps and family bonding

Quarter-midget racing produces speedy laps and family bonding

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The way Bryan Gee sees it, some of the most fun a family can have on four wheels is in quarter-midget racing. Kids, moms and…