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Camp Muir changes get go-ahead

Camp Muir changes get go-ahead

A makeover of Camp Muir at the 10,000-feet level of Mount Rainier is scheduled for the next few years following an environmental approval of the project. The National Park Service…

Night of the double victory

The Nisqually League high school basketball doubleheader at Eatonville High School Jan. 11 between the Cruisers and Seattle Christian was doubly successful for the hosts – and also highly thrilling…

Snowshoeing part of free-admission day

Entrance fees at Mount Rainier National Park will be waived Jan, 21 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday. The Henry M. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center…

Cruisers take down Bellevue Christian

Eatonville High School threw its weight around in Nisqually League wrestling circles last week by beating Bellevue Christian 44-30. In the league meet hosted by BC, the Cruisers were led…

‘Eraser’ propellant can keep hunting guns foul-free

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Last year, the Hodgdon powder company introduced a new propellant called CFE 223. Made by St. Marks Powder in Florida, CFE stands for Copper…

Graham-Kapowsin gets to brag

Graham-Kapowsin gets to brag

In the battle for bragging rights among high school wrestling teams in the Bethel School District, Graham-Kapowsin defeated Bethel 45-18 Jan. 4. Prevailing in the South Puget Sound League 4A…

Game On

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Jan. 11: Seattle Christian at Eatonville, Spanaway Lake at Bethel, Emerald Ridge at Graham-Kapowsin Jan. 15: Cascade Christian at Eatonville, Bethel at Graham-Kapowsin Jan. 17: Puyallup…

Cruisers’ comeback too much for Vashon

One rally worked and another came up just short as Eatonville High School split a pair of Nisqually League boys basketball games in the first week of the new year.…

With new year comes rule on barbless hooks

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Effective Jan. 1, barbless hooks are required when fishing for salmon, steelhead and cutthroat in the Columbia River from it’s mouth (including the north…

Go play in the snow

Go play in the snow

If snow is your thing, Mount Rainier National Park has it. Park officials said the snowplay area at Paradise is generally open through mid-March, depending on snow levels and conditions.…