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Linda Lee Everett

Linda L. Everett, 69, passed away peacefully May 31, 2012. Born in Seattle, she had been an Eatonville area resident the last 11 years. Linda worked in the print shop…

Ashford’s the ‘theater’ for film festival

Forty-four films by regional filmmakers and from around the world will be screened during the three-day Rainier Independent Film Festival, which starts Friday in Ashford. Various genres and topics will…

Senate hopefuls drumming up support

State Sen. Randi Becker and Bruce Lachney, who’s hoping to prevent her re-election this fall, are planning campaign kickoffs at the same location four days apart. Lachney’s event will be…

You don’t need a fishing license this weekend

Those who desire to go fishing but don’t have a license will be able to fish to their heart’s content during Free Fishing Weekend this Friday and Saturday. No license…

Teacher of the Year nominations due

June 17 is the deadline to submit nominations for the Ohop Grange Teacher of the Year award for 2011-2012. Nomination forms have been available to parents and students in the…

Government watchdog cut his teeth in Pierce County

PAT JENKINS Dispatch editor Government audits have been in the news and not in the news lately. The latter is preferred by those on the receiving end of the reports…

Cops get their tax

A new tax on utilities in Eatonville will begin in August and may increase next year, depending on whether voters have a say. The Town Council last week approved a…

Seeing more red

The population of the endangered red wolf got a boost in Pierce County this month with the birth in a one-week period of 15 pups, the majority of them in…

Five troop mates enter Eagle Scout ranks together

Five troop mates enter Eagle Scout ranks together

Five members of the same Boy Scouts troop arrived at the same ultimate destination this month when they were awarded Eagle Scout status. The highest rank in Scouting, which fewer…

Waders are an angler’s friend until they fill with water

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Many of those who fish wear waders to access lakes, streams and wetlands without worrying about getting wet. Waders also offer a convenient way…