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Regionals next for wrestlers

Wrestlers from Bethel, Eatonville and Graham-Kapowsin will compete this weekend in the high school regional wrestling tournaments, the next step to possible berths in the state championships. Bethel won the…

Smelt fishery is a big question mark

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown When the Southern District Population Segment eulachon were federally listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in May 2010, many fishermen believed…

All-State soccer honors for Cruisers

All-State soccer honors for Cruisers

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Eatonville High School’s memorable 2013 girls soccer season has been given even more luster with all-state recognition for three Cruisers. For the second year in…

Basketball clinic for first/sixth-grade girls

Girls in first through sixth grade can get some basketball instruction from members of Eatonville High School’s girls team during a youth basketball clinic Feb. 17. The clinic is scheduled…

Mountain and park ‘renamed’ for Seahawks and fans

Winning a Super Bowl is a mountainous accomplishment. The Seattle Seahawks went even further by having a famous mountain renamed in their honor. The state Senate unanimously voted last Friday…

Northwest Trek euthanizes second black bear

Northwest Trek euthanizes second black bear

A 23-year-old black bear that had been in declining health for months was euthanized Jan. 16 at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Officials at the wildlife park near Eatonville said the…

Pins galore as Eatonville tops Bellevue Christian

Five Eatonville Cruisers pinned their opponents, helping Eatonville beat Bellevue Christian 33-27 last Thursday in a Nisqually League high school wrestling match. The pins came from Dylan Mann at 160…

Game On

High school boys basketball Results Cascade Christian 49, Eatonville 34 (Joe Evans 13 points for Eatonville) Rogers 65, Spanaway Lake 49 Puyallup 79, Graham-Kapowsin 42 Eatonville 42, Seattle Christian 40…

Snow makes Paradise a playground

Recent storms brought the snow depth at Paradise at Mount Rainier National Park to 112 inches, enough to open the recreation area’s snow play runs. Along with the opening Jan.…

Beavers might be the ticket for wild steelhead survival

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Depending who you ask, beavers can be a blessing or a curse. Considered shadow rodents because we don’t hear much about them unless their…