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Latherow paces season-opening victory

Eatonville High School opened its 2012-13 girls basketball season Friday with a 51-26 blowout of Bonney Lake. The Cruisers’ non-league victory, part of the Les Schwab Kickoff tourney hosted by…

Five Eagles All-SPSL for 2012

Five Eagles All-SPSL for 2012

Wide receiver and defensive back Kahlil Dawson of Graham-Kapowsin High School was a two-way choice and teammates Teague James, Logan Wood, Ulu Porter and Joe Gomez were picked on offense…

Dinner and intersquad for wrestling team

Eatonville High School’s wrestling team will stage an intersquad dual meet at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 29 as part of a fund-raiser for the squad. The action on the mat will…

Catching fickle coho requires being colorful

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Anyone who has fished for coho can attest to the fact they are fickle when it comes to bait and what color of lure…

McKibben honored for all-around excellence

McKibben honored for all-around excellence

Lexi McKibben, a junior at Eatonville High School, has been named a CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week by the telecommunications company, the Seattle Seahawks and Q13 FOX television.…

All-Nisqually honors for Cruisers

Eatonville High School’s Cruisers are the winners of the top honors in voting for the All-Nisqually League football team for 2012. Lineman Lucas Hatton was named the Most Valuable Player…

Climbing fee up a buck

Mount Rainier National Park‘s climbing cost recovery fee will be increased by one dollar for 2013. The increase applies to youth and adult passes. Adult passes for those 25 and…

Borderites stop Eatonville

The Blaine Borderites beat Eatonville 2-1 Oct. 30 in a loser-out, first-round match played at Blaine in the 2012 Tri-District 1A girls high school soccer tournament. A win in that…

First-year diver in state meet

Alana Hall of Eatonville High will compete in the diving competition in the state high school girls swimming and diving championships this week in Federal Way. Hall, who already had…

Feeding bears will get you in trouble with the law

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown   It is doubtful many people are aware of two new state laws that went into effect last June. The laws prohibit the intentional…