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Harvest of hatchery-raised sturgeon first in two decades

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown For the first time in two decades, recreational anglers will have an opportunity to harvest hatchery sturgeon from Wanapum and Priest Rapids reservoirs. Chad…

Cheers for a volleyball coach

Cheers for a volleyball coach

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Kevin Aoki, a former Bethel High School volleyball coach who has gone on to find success in the same sport at Pacific Lutheran University, will…

Youth soccer signups begin

Eatonville Youth Sports Association has opened registration for the 2016 soccer season. Registration and information is available at www.teamsideline.com/eysaeatonville.…

McAlllister Creek returning to good old days?

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Probably there are still a lot of us old geezers around who remember fishing for hatchery salmon in McAllister Creek. It was a popular…

Junior football camp June 20-22

Eatonville Junior Cruisers Football will host a camp June 20-22 at Eatonville Middle School from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Final player registrations for teams will be accepted during the camp…

Workers back at it on Nisqually to Paradise Road

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Another long summer of roadwork is underway at Mount Rainier National Park, with a road closure and traffic delays for weekday visitors in the offing.…

Cruiser teams earn state academic honors

Four teams from Eatonville High School have been honored for having some of the top student-athletes in the state during the spring sports season. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA)…

Fishing is free June 11-12; no license needed

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown This weekend, thousands of Washingtonians in south Pierce County and across the state will go fishing legally without a license during the state apartment…

Nisqually Water Trail up for discussion

Plans for the Nisqually River Water Trail will be discussed during an open house in Yelm June 9 at 6:30 p.m. at Ridgeline Elementary School. The proposal by the Nisqually…

Eatonville tennis: Evergreen champs, state alternates

Three Eatonville High School student-athletes finished the 2016 girls tennis season as alternates to the 1A state tournament. Kendra Baker, a junior, was a singles alternate, and the duo of…