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Friends group to host book sale March 7

NEW — 11:35 a.m. Feb. 26, 2015

The Friends of the Newcastle Library will host a mini book sale March 7.

The group will take over the library lobby, where it will sell hundreds of books for all ages in a wide-ranging selection of genres, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Newcastle Library is at 12901 Newcastle Way.

The group sponsors additional library programs through its book sales. It gladly accepts donations of gently used books throughout the year. Bring them to the library’s front desk.

Learn more about the Friends of the Newcastle Library at www.facebook.com/FriendsOfNewcastleLibrary.

Sports

Liberty, Hazen athletes ready for big weekend at state

NEW — 2:30 p.m. Feb. 19, 2015

Athletes from across the state will descend on the Tacoma Dome this weekend to compete in both the Mat Classic XXVII and the state gymnastics meet.

Liberty and Hazen will both be well-represented at the state wrestling tournament Feb. 20-21. The Highlanders will send five athletes, while the Patriots will send three.

For the Patriots, Conner Small (170), Romney Noel (182) and Joanna Moreira (135) each qualified for the Mat Classic.

The Highlanders will send Anthony Scott (106), Tyson Mowrey (113), Nik Vargas (132), Derek Nichols (138) and Raven Svenson (155) to the Dome. Read more »

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Ever since he was little, which, admittedly, wasn’t too long ago, Apollo Elementary School fourth-grader Arthur Gwozdz often found himself staring at a globe. Read more »

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