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Feb. 14-16 next free days at Rainier

One down and eight more to come. Mount Rainier National Park admitted visitors free of charge on Jan. 19 in recognition of the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. Eight…

Cruisers nip Hoquiam

The Eatonville Cruisers rallied in the fourth quarter for a 41-39 victory over Hoquiam in an Evergreen League girls high school basketball game Tuesday. Hoquiam led 27-25 entering the final…

School says ‘Go Hawks’

Not since its own team played in the semifinals of the state 1A tournament last November has Eatonville High School been so excited about a football game. On Friday, two…

Game On

High school boys basketball Jan. 30: Eatonville at Montesano, Bethel at Graham-Kapowsin (7 p.m.) High school girls basketball Jan. 30: Eatonville at Montesano, Graham-Kapowsin at Bethel (7 p.m.). High school…

Johnson’s sweet 16 leads Braves’ win

Donte Johnson’s 16 points helped Bethel beat Rogers 63-57 in a South Puget Sound League 4A high school boys basketball game. Leo Muchiri scored 14 points for the Braves in…

Avid hunter and fisher is new wildlife leader

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Last Saturday, Jim Unsworth, deputy director of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, was chosen as the new head of the Washington Department…

Graham-Kapowsin girls prevail

Graham-Kapowsin pulled away in the fourth quarter to post a 47-37 victory over Eatonville in a high school girls basketball game Wednesday. Alicia Headley’s 12 points helped the Eagles, who…

Park admission is free for MLK Day

Mount Rainier National Park will admit visitors free of charge on Jan. 19 in recognition of the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.  All vehicle admission fees will be…

Pain in Spain only slows down Baker

Pain in Spain only slows down Baker

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Brad Baker finished the 2014 flat-track motorcycle racing season with a roar – and some physical pain. Before being temporarily sidelined by injuries while practicing…

River shoreline getting greener

The Nisqually River shoreline will once again become greener and healthier next Monday in conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, thanks in part to Cris Peck, a Washington Service…