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Bethel, G-K and SL student-athletes commit to colleges

Seven student-athletes at high schools in the Bethel School District are among some of the latest to sign letters of intent with colleges to continue their academic and athletic careers.…

Eatonville saying goodbye to Nisqually League

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A year-long study has led to a decision that will put Eatonville High School’s sports teams in a league with schools in towns ranging from…

Cruisers third at halfway point

An 11-1 loss to Orting last Friday capped a week of baseball for Eatonville High School in which the Cruisers split a pair of Nisqually League contests and found themselves…

Mount Rainier admission free through April 27

National Park Week is being observed at Mount Rainier National Park with free admission through April 27. Vehicle fees for entering the park will be waived during the period that…

Game On

High school track and field April 24: Bethel at Graham-Kapowsin April 30: Spanaway Lake at Rogers, Graham-Kapowsin at Emerald Ridge, Puyallup at Bethel High school baseball April 23: Beamer at…

Corps of Engineers will kill fish-eating birds

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown To reduce the birds’ predation on juvenile salmon and steelhead in the Columbia Basin, the U.S. Corps of Engineers has announced it will kill…

Kaelin’s record-breaker also leads state

Justin Kaelin’s school record in the shot put helped Eatonville finish sixth in the boys’ team standings in the Tacoma Invitational high school track and field meet last Saturday. Besides…

Fishing derby at Ohop Lake

The annual Ohop Lake Fishing Derby is scheduled for April 26, with proceeds from registration fees and a raffle earmarked for a fireworks show at the lake this sumer. The…

New coach, same goal

New coach, same goal

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The coach is new but the outlook on the 2014 season isn’t for Eatonville High School’s fastpitch team. After winning the Nisqually League championship and…

River anglers handling high water

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown During winter and early-spring, high flows and off-colored water are common realities in western Washington Rivers. For novice fishermen, those conditions can be quite…