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Free admission, projects highlight Public Lands Day

Mount Rainier National Park will celebrate National Public Lands Day on Sept. 24 by waiving park entrance fees for the day and welcoming volunteers for two large park-improvement…

Sumner knocks G-K from unbeaten ranks

Connor Wedington’s 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown propelled Sumner to a 34-27 victory Thursday over Graham-Kapowsin, knocking the Eagles from the unbeaten ranks of high school football…

Green River is open for fall, but the Nisqually? Forget it

HOOK AND FUR Bob Brown Last week, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) opened a section of the Green (Duwamish) River to fishing for coho and…

Game On: Prep results and schedules

BOYS TENNIS Eatonville 4, Clover Park 1 (Singles: Arnell Pulido (CP) defeated Connor Rau 6-3, 5-7, Garret Ames (E) forfeit. Doubles: Buddy Brandt-Braden Hendricksen( E) defeated Diego Montervas-Chen-Hong…

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All aboard for the first-class express

All aboard for the first-class express

Riders on the Mt. Rainier Railroad can now go first-class. The sightseeing railroad has begun…

Alder Lake incident gets DSHS reaction

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A near-drowning at Alder Lake has prompted the state Department…

‘Each of us can be a hero in our community’

‘Each of us can be a hero in our community’

By Karina Rigtrup Contributing writer Bright and early on a Saturday morning, 120 community members…

That time of year to be thinking flu shots

For the flu season that is coming, the flu vaccine is the first and most…

500-plus classics in Sprinker car show

Sprinker Recreation Center’s parking lot will be filled with more than 500 classic cars and…

Nature calls, record number answer at Trek

Nature calls, record number answer at Trek

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Just like the one before it, 2016 has turned into…

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Anti-terrorism vigilance proves we are strongest when we stand as one

By Dave Reichert Sept. 11, 2001. It was supposed to be a celebratory day. On Sept. 10, a colleague handed me test results from DNA samples found on…

Keep schoolkids away from pitfalls of absenteeism

Keep schoolkids away from pitfalls of absenteeism

By Krestin Bahr Eatonville Schools are back in session. The opening days of school conjure up images of backpacks stuffed with notebooks and unsharpened pencils, bulletin boards freshly…

Celebrate the important work of a community helping people

Celebrate the important work of a community helping people

By Ruth Ferris Anyone watching the political conventions knows that there is much anger in the U.S. on both the left and the right ends of the political…

Low-cost electricity is vital for clean-tech industries

By Don C. Brunell Since the construction of Grand Coulee and Bonneville dams, Washington has enjoyed an abundance of low cost, reliable hydropower. It has been one-key competitive…

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