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Raft trips show Nisqually’s wild side, help conservation

Two raft trips this month on the Nisqually River will show the “real” Nisqually while raising money to help keep it that way. The Nisqually Land Trust is offering the…

Highway closed until October

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch State Route 7 in the Alder area will likely remain closed into October while efforts continue to keep a hillside from crumbling onto the highway.…

Senate incumbent has party challenger in primary

Voters in the reconfigured Second District have a choice to make in the primary election in August: Should state Sen. Randi Becker remain in the running for another term, or…

Bethel schools have new leaders

The Bethel School District has announced new administrators at its school and central office levels: • New principals include Lynn Gill at Graham-Kapowsin High School, Jeff Gutfield at Bethel junior…

Volleyball refs needed for school, rec matches

The Tacoma-Pierce County Volleyball Officials Board is recruiting officials for middle school, junior high, high school, college and recreation volleyball matches throughout Pierce County. A training program will start Aug.20…

Donald Zuelich

On July 2, 2012, Donald Zuelich passed away from a sudden virus which damaged his heart. He was a beloved husband, father, grandpa, brother and friend. Don loved many things…

Roy G. Watters/April 10, 1943-June 23, 2012

Roy was born in Calais, Maine, April 10, 1943 to Roy F. and Edith Watters. He spent his childhood in Calais, joining the Navy in 1962. While at the Naval…

Lena Gillilan

Lena Gillilan, loving mother, grandmother, aunt and friend, passed away June 20. She had resided in Eatonville most of her life. She just celebrated her 92nd birthday. One of her…

Sights to behold on garden tour

Eatonville is again joining other communities in promoting its loveliest gardens. The fourth annual Eatonville Garden Tour on July 21 will feature five gardens. Three are in the town and…

Fireworks law comes in quietly

The town of Eatonville’s conversion to a new, more restrictive fireworks law apparently went off without too much of a bang during the Independence Day holiday. The Police Department reported…