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June
9th

Barista robbers

An armed robber is suspected of holding up 10 espresso stands since late March, including robberies Wednesday on South Hill and in Fircrest.

1. 03-25-10 8511 Canyon Road East

2. 04-05-10 8511 Canyon Road East

3. 04-10-10  9508 SR 162

4. 04-14-10 11811 Canyon Road East

5. 04-15-10   5915 Hannah Pierce Road

6. 04-17-10   7214 Bridgeport Way West

7. 04-18-10   7919 176th Street East

8. 06-07-10   5915 Hannah Pierce Road West

9. 06-09-10   135th Street East and Meridian Avenue East.

10. 06-09-10 65th Avenue West and South 19th Street, Fircrest,

June
8th

Getaway

FLYING WHEELS
Where: The ride starts at the Marymoor Park Velodrome, Redmond.
Getting there: From I-5, take Highway 520 toward Redmond, then take the Marymoor Park Exit and follow the signs to the park. Park in Lot B at the park’s velodrome.

June
8th

Hike of the week

TWIN LAKES AND LAKE LILLIAN, TRAIL NO. 1332

Directions: Travel east on Interstate 90 to Exit 54 (Hyak). At stop sign on the off-ramp, turn left going under the freeway and then turn right on the frontage road. At approximately 2.4 miles from turning on the frontage road,
it heads into the forest starting a series of switchbacks. At approximately 2.8 miles, stay right, at 3.4 stay right, at 3.5 stay left, at 3.8 turn left into the parking lot labeled Lake Margret Tr. Green Trails 207 Snoqualmie
Pass map shows this route correctly. Some hiking books have

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June
3rd

Animals removed from Eatonville home

Pierce County Animal Control officials served a search warrant this morning at an Eatonville home to remove more than 75 animals from unsafe conditions. The animals include miniature horses, large horses, goats, a guinea pig, two cats and at least 55 dogs.

June
3rd

Road work

Northbound lanes of Interstate 5 in Lakewood will be restricted from 8 tonight until 8 a.m. Sunday. Rain might delay the closure a week.

June
2nd

Hike of the week

CAMP HANDY ON the UPPER DUNGENESS RIVER TRAIL

Directions: Drive U.S. 101 to Louella Road, which is about 1⁄4 mile south of Sequim Bay State Park. Turn west on Louella and go to Palo Alto Road. Turn left on Palo Alto, go to Forest Service Road 2880 and turn right. At Forest Service Road 2870 turn left and drive to the trailhead. There are signs for Dungeness Trails at all the intersections from Palo Alto Road on. The trailhead is 17 miles from U.S. 101.