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Park fee is on state

The 103rd birthday of Washington State Parks will be observed March 19 with free park admission for all. Such “free days” are in keeping with state legislation that created the…

Prediction: Chinook good, coho not so much

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Last week at a public meeting in Olympia, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and treaty tribes released their 2016 forecast for…

Longer hours at Mount Rainier

The days will be longer soon at Mount Rainier National Park, and not just because Daylight Savings Time starts this Sunday. Starting Saturday, the road between Longmire and Paradise will…

1A’s fifth-place team familiar to Cruisers

Eatonville’s Cruisers can can say it took one of the state’s top five 1A teams to put an end to their 2015-16 high school boys basketball season. King’s Way Christian,…

Equestrians riding high

Equestrians riding high

Equestrian competitors are in it for the long haul. Take the meet staged Feb. 12-14 at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Vancouver. Eatonville High School competed in the weekend-long, early-season…

Smelt dipping may be done for the year

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Anglers hoping for an additional day of smelt dipping on the Cowlitz River are going to have a long wait. In fact, it looks…

High school teams ready for spring

Spring has arrived. Well, at least the high school spring sports season is here. Teams could officially start practicing Feb. 29 in preparation for competition that will start in March…

Foothills Dash (and walk) March 5

The Pierce County Parks and Recreation-sponsored Foothills Dash – 5k and 10k fun runs and walks – will be held on March 5 on the Foothills Trail in Orting. The…

Wrestling brothers pack a 1-2 punch

Wrestling brothers pack a 1-2 punch

Last weekend was a good one for the Springsteen family, even if not quite as good as they hoped. Philip Springsteen and Dante Springsteen, who starred all season for Bethel,…

Cruisers just miss regionals

Eatonville High School’s boys basketball team will remember its 2015-16 season as one of “almost.” The Cruisers beat La Center 51-49 last Thursday in the district playoffs to move within…