Winging to freedom | Life Outdoors

A bald eagle took flight along the Green River recently after being nursed back to health by animal rescue advocates. The eagle had been injured and was found near Flaming Geyser State Park. - Dennis Box
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A rehabilitated female bald eagle flew to freedom March 20 on a section of the Green River west of Flaming Geyser State Park. Dr. Jan White, a veterinarian and founder of South Sound Critter Care, and Lisa Horn, executive director of West Sound Wildlife Shelter, met at Coates Christmas Tree Farm to release the eagle.


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When kids don’t drive | Living with Gleigh

  • Mar 22, 2015 at 2:04PM

I sat in my Big Red Chair one morning last week eating breakfast, drinking my first cup of coffee and gazing out the window, watching THE PARADE OF TEEN CARS go by.

Iyengar Yoga, for the less flexible | Pierce County Parks

  • Mar 15, 2015 at 5:41PM

A new 6 week session of this special yoga class begins 10 a.m. Wed., April 8.

Hatha Yoga Classes | Pierce County Parks

  • Mar 15, 2015 at 5:39PM

A new session of Hatha Yoga at the Frontier Park Lodge, 21800 Meridian S in Graham starts Tuesday, March 31 & Thursday, April 2.

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YES We CAN Ground Breaker Brewing

Time is ticking for the Kickstarter campaign to support our favorite certified Gluten-Free beer by Ground Breaker Brewing – Portland, Oregon.  We only have 3 days left to raise at least $3400 to support the YES We Can – campaign  click here. Ground Breaker Brewing started in December 2011 when James Neumeister, a craft/home brewer,...

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