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EYSA registering for soccer, volleyball

Registration for Eatonville Youth Sports Association’s soccer and volleyball seasons is scheduled for Sept. 6 from 9 to 11a.m. at the EYSA shed, which is located in the parking lot…

Registration open for girls’ volleyball league

Registration for the RAGE Girls Volleyball League in the Puyallup and Spanaway-Parkland and Puyallup areas will be held on Sept. 14 at Puyallup High School from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15…

Rodeo’s back in Roy

The Roy Pioneer Rodeo, featuring such events as bareback riding, calf roping, steer roping and bull riding, will be held Aug. 30-31. Gates at the rodeo arena will open at…

Remember, hunters: Be seen to be safe

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Autumn is just around the corner with its misty mornings and falling leaves. It also is the beginning of the yearly hunting seasons. Bear…

Amputees putting pedal to the water

Amputees putting pedal to the water

Amputee military veterans will be skimming across the water in hydroplanes during a race this weekend near Eatonville. WOW-Warriors on the Water, a new program for veterans with lower-leg mobility…

Park celebrates with free admission

Something the federal government did 98 years ago will get visitors into Mount Rainier National Park for free Aug. 25. The creation of the National Park Service Act on on…

Rehabilitation gets some footpower

Rehabilitation gets some footpower

By Elisa Rau Contributing writer One moment in 2010 changed Richelle Heacock’s life forever. The multi-sport athlete was driving home to Ashford when she was in a car accident that…

Jumping into football

Jumping into football

High school football is back. Wednesday is the first day that the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association, the regulatory body of high school athletics in the state, allows organized team practices…

State lifts campfire ban

A ban on campfires in state parks in western Washington has been lifted. State parks officials announced the change Aug. 15 because of changing weather conditions, including recent heavy rain.…

Could be another chinook record this fall

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It looks like this year’s fall chinook return to the Columbia River might be another record run, according to Washington and Oregon fish managers.…