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Cruisers exit with accolades

Eatonville High School student-athletes who graduated this year were honored recently for their sporting achievements during their prep careers. They’re listed here alphabetically: Zachary Ames: 2013, 2014, 2015 Scholar Athlete;…

She ‘trained’ park bosses

She ‘trained’ park bosses

“Mother Rainier” is leaving the nest. Donna Rahier is retiring after 48 years of working for the National Park Service as secretary of superintendents at Mount Rainier National Park. The…

Tour de Pierce bike ride June 28

The 25th annual Tour de Pierce bicycle ride is scheduled for June 28 and will include marked routes of 30 and 50 miles, plus one of 12 miles designed for…

Sunrise opening before some facilities ready

The Sunrise area of Mount Rainier National Park will open June 5, with some facilities opening later, according to park officials. Restrooms will be available immediately. But the Sunrise Lodge…

Kaelin repeats as state shot put champ

Kaelin repeats as state shot put champ

Justin Kaelin’s storied track and field career at Eatonville High School came to a fitting end last weekend in Cheney. For the second consecutive year, the senior won the shot…

Eagles blaze to 4A relay crown

Some of Washington’s fastest high school track runners hail from Graham-Kapowsin, as demonstrated last weekend in Tacoma. The Eagles’ foursome of Aaron Wright, Luke White, Kevin Dudley and Chukwudi Onwumere…

Bethel falls in softball tourney

Redmond’s revenge put an end to Bethel’s hope for a state 4A high school softball championship last week in Spokane. A 7-1 loss to Redmond in the opening round of…

Sarell fourth in 4A shot put

Foster Sarell of Graham-Kapowsin finished fourth in the shot put in the 4A state high school track and field championships Thursday in Tacoma. Sarell’s best mark of 52 feet 11.75…

Bad idea to cut wildlife officers

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown People may not have a lot in common with one and another, but two things they do have in common are concerns and opinions.…

Hagerty queen of SPSL tennis

Graham-Kapowsin, led by singles champion Megan Hagerty, finished second in the South Puget Sound League 4A high school girls tennis tournament. Hagerty beat all five opponents she faced, including Avery…