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Cruisers, Eagles and Braves open football seasons

Cruisers, Eagles and Braves open football seasons

• Eatonville at Orting, Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. Scouting report: This is the 2015 non-league season-opener for both teams. In 2014, Eatonville had one of its best…

Game On

High school volleyball Sept. 10: Morton-White Pass at Eatonville (5:30 p.m.) Sept. 15: Eatonville at Elma High school girls soccer Sept. 5: Graham-Kapowsin at Tahoma Sept. 8: Bethel…

Two days of buckin’ and bustin’ in Roy

Two days of buckin’ and bustin’ in Roy

Airborne steers and cowboys like the pair pictured here will be among the sights and bronco-bustin’ entertainment during the Roy Pioneer Rodeo Sept. 5-6. The event, which is…

Record number of fish overcome weather

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown There is no need to be reminded this has and is a crazy weather year. The media has seen to that and…

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Town’s power will be out eight hours for maintenance

Customers of the town of Eatonville’s municipal electricity system will be without power for eight…

Graham-packaged pork recalled

Kapowsin Meats, a Graham-based meat supplier, is recalling approximately 523,000 pounds of pork products that…

Weekend wind knocks out power, closes Northwest Trek

Pierce County was among the areas where Puget Sound Energy customers were without electricity last…

Alder Lake fire at 253 acres; evacuation alert issued

The size of a fire burning in a forested area near Alder Lake has grown…

State paying for cemetery cleanup

State paying for cemetery cleanup

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A quarter-million dollars in state funding has been set aside…

Day of Service remembers, beautifies

The annual 9-11 Day of Service in Eatonville is scheduled for Sept. 12, as community…

Opinion

Make park more accessible for future festivals

To members of Eatonville Town Council: For over 20 years, I have attended Eatonville Lions’ Art Festival. This year for the first time, I couldn’t attend. Last year…

Drought adds to man-made problems for salmon

By Lorraine Loomis Water – how much we have and how clean it should be – is on the minds of many these days as the drought rolls…

Caring community backed Art in Bloom

I wanted to thank everyone who attended Art in Bloom, held Friday evening and Saturday, July 24 and 25, at Terry and Sharon Van Eaton’s home. The event…

Feeding hearts, minds and tummies

By Alana Smith Hunger is a silent hardship. It can strike anyone at any time. The face of hunger in Eatonville may surprise you. It is not the…

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