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Assessor-treasurer race up to four

Spiro Manthou on Wednesday became the fourth official candidate for Pierce County assessor-treasurer. When Manthou filed his candidacy Wednesday with the county elections department, he also became the second former…

Girls dance for crowds at Disney World

A group of dancers 6 to 18 years old who train and take classes at Eatonville Dance Center performed at Disney World in Orlando, Fla. in mid-April, culminating six months…

Man accused of hunting bears illegally

An Eatonville man has been accused by state authorities of hunting illegally for black bears in Okanogan County. According to prosecutors and the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, James…

Put out the welcome mat

If you like talking to tourists about Eatonville and pointing out what the town has to offer, there’s a place for you at its Visitor Center. Volunteers are being recruited…

Breakfast with business group

Graham Business Association will meet Wednesday at 7 a.m. at the Graham Fire and Rescue station at 23014 70th Ave E. The breakfast meeting will include a presentation from the…

More of what comes around goes around

More plastic from household products is being recycled in Pierce County after a public survey found that’s what people wanted. Plastic jars, tubs and buckets – yogurt, sour cream and…

A Ford for Fireworks

A Ford Thunderbird, donated by the Korum Ford automobile dealership in Puyallup, is part of the fund-raising for this year’s Independence Day celebration in Eatonville. Sales of $1 tickets for…

SPSL test passed with flying colors

Two school records for Eatonville fell as 16 Cruisers stormed through the South Puget Sound League 2A high school track and field meet last week and qualified for this week’s…

Cruisers in district fastpitch field

Eatonville’s Cruisers will face Lindbergh in an opening-round game in the West Central District 2A high school fastpitch tournament this Friday. Lindebergh is entering the tourney as the number 8…

Bigger fish put smiles on anglers’ faces

Good weather and big trout helped boost catch rates on opening day of this year’s lowland lakes fishing season in Washington. Based on creel checks conducted at 112 lakes around…

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