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Shrimping, crabbing underway

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Marine Area 7 South, which includes Iceberg Point and Salmon Bank shrimp fishing grounds, reopened for eight days of recreational shrimp fishing July 9-16.…

Flurry of mountain rescues proves mini-army point

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Mount Rainier National Park officials say it takes a virtual mini-army to carry out rescues of missing or stranded climbers. And the past few weeks…

Nisqually River Water Trail goes public

Plans for the Nisqually River Water Trail will be the subject of an open house for the public July 18 in Eatonville. The session, scheduled for 6 p.m. at the…

Biggest catch

Biggest catch

Brooks Johnson (left) of Puyallup holds his five-pound, 23-inch trout that was the winning catch in the sixth annual Fathers Day fishing derby at Tanwax Lake on June 18. The…

54 Cruisers are Evergreen scholar-athletes

Fifty-four of Eatonville High School’s student-athletes were named by the Evergreen League as scholar-athletes for the spring sports season that ended in May. The honor, which requires a grade point…

New moose on the block

New moose on the block

A newborn moose – the latest in a recent baby boom at Northwest Trek – stayed close to its mother after its birth June 12 at the wildlife park. The…

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…