- DB Cooper – 42nd Anniversary celebrations include symposium in Tacoma and annual bash in Ariel December 4, 2013
- Bethel Open Market offers holiday-themed festivities and crafts November 2, 2013
- Readers weigh in on GMO labeling initiative October 18, 2013
- Mount Rainier National Park is now open October 17, 2013
- Animal rights group in Eatonville seeking a foster home for a special dog October 14, 2013
- Yelm writer pens an account of her search for the feminine in a man’s world October 12, 2013
- SR 7 through Alder Gorge re-opens, relieving traffic in Eatonville October 6, 2013
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Category Archives: Remarkable men and women
By Bruce A. Smith The Mountain News has received the following information concerning same-sex marriages from the Washington State Department of Health. They report that since legislation was enacted authorizing same-sex marriage, more than 20% of all marriages in the … Continue reading
by Bruce A. Smith Jeanne Trantel, the woman who authored the popular book, “Disguised Blessings” will be featured tonight on the Discovery Channel at 8:30 Eastern Time. Trantel’s book is the true story of her experiences being married to a … Continue reading
by Milt Gordon October 1991, I was a volunteer fireman in California when my fire pager went off summoning me to a call. I was to be part of a strike team being dispatched to the Oakland Hills fire – … Continue reading
By Bruce A. Smith In a couple of days I will be heading to New York to spend the holidays with family. Mom is on Long Island, Sis and her kids are up in Boston, and my ex and her … Continue reading
By Bruce A. Smith As Superstorm Sandy upends our world and seems a capstone to a growing list of global disasters like the economic collapse of 2008, local author Michael Meade shares words of advice in his new book, Why … Continue reading
By Bruce A. Smith, and photo by Josh Magill Like many, I was consumed with watching coverage of Hurricane Sandy this evening.
by Bruce A. Smith 13,000 festival-goers swarmed over the Puyallup Fair Grounds June 2 & 3 for the 2nd Annual Mother Earth News Fair, in testament to a growing interest in sustainable living.
Author with ties to PNW pens book describing her marriage to a man with a secret life as a bank robber
by Bruce A. Smith In her new book, Disguised Blessings, author Jeanne Callahan Trantel tells the story of her life married to a man who led a double life.
By Bruce A. Smith Rob Danno, the former Chief Ranger at Bryce Canyon National Park who gave Margaret Anderson her first ranger job in the National Park Service, has written an account of his whistle blowing activities within the … Continue reading
Special to the Mountain News The national spotlight that was placed upon Mount Rainier National Park over the past few months – first in the tragic shooting death of NPS Ranger Margaret Anderson, and then days later in the dramatic … Continue reading