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Fastpitch teams converge for tourney

A girls’ fastpitch tournament drawing teams from as far away as Chehalis will be staged this weekend in Eatonville. Eatonville Youth Sports Association (EYSA) and Varsity Pizza are hosting the…

Catching chinook salmon depends on location, timing

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown July is a transition month between spring and autumn, and for many anglers it is a transition month in sport fishing. July opens the…

G-K, Bethel grads sign with colleges

Two former Bethel School District student-athletes, newly graduated from their high schools, recently signed letters-of-intent to continue their athletic careers in college. Dallas Kramer, an All-South Puget Sound League 4A…

Raft trips show Nisqually’s wild side, help conservation

Two raft trips this month on the Nisqually River will show the “real” Nisqually while raising money to help keep it that way. The Nisqually Land Trust is offering the…

Volleyball refs needed for school, rec matches

The Tacoma-Pierce County Volleyball Officials Board is recruiting officials for middle school, junior high, high school, college and recreation volleyball matches throughout Pierce County. A training program will start Aug.20…

The more women hunting and fishing, the merrier

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Twenty-five years ago, women who enjoyed traditional outdoor sports like hunting, fishing and shooting were considered novelties .Today, seeing women in hunting and fishing…

Park shuttles up and running

Free shuttle service for visitors to Mount Rainier National Park has resumed for the summer. Depending on where they originate, the rides are available two or three days on Fridays,…

Except for camp fires, forests have burn ban

Campfires are in but virtually all other types of burning is out in state-owned forests following the start last Sunday of a statewide burn ban. The state Department of Natural…

Junior football camp, season gearing up

Eatonville Junior Cruisers Football is preparing for a summer camp and its new season. The camp, which is free, is scheduled for the week of July 23 at the Eatonville…

Back to 1A – and glad to be going

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Eatonville High School’s return to the class 1A enrollment category for athletics won’t necessarily be a perfect marriage, but it will be better overall than…