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Selling property won’t help school district’s budget

By Paulette Gillardi I would like to begin by thanking everyone who has attended public meetings, written letters and e-mails and made phone calls to the School Board to give…

Roger D. Hoskins

Roger D. Hoskins

Roger Hoskins of Port Orchard, WA, beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend passed away on 03/28/2013. He grew up in LaGrande and Eatonville, attended Eatonville High School and retired from…

Tom Noel Jr.

Tom Noel Jr.

Tom Noel Jr. was born in Atlanta, Ga. on August 31,1923. Tom grew up in South Carolina and attended Clemson college, then to the Air Force to be a pilot.…

Diana Jo ‘Di’ Cheeks

Diana Jo ‘Di’ Cheeks

Diana Cheeks 41, of Lakewood, Wash., born Sept. 14, 1971 in Sherman, Texas, died Thursday, March 21, 2013. Diana graduated from RAF Greenham Common in England. Diana was a very…

Rite of spring: County to start spraying roadsides

Beginning next week, Pierce County roadsides will get their annual makeover this spring and summer. An initial application of herbicides to combat weeds along road shoulders will start April 8…

Fake deliveryman charged in stabbing, robbery

Pierce County authorities have charged a man who allegedly posed as a delivery driver with assault, burglary and robbery in connection with an incident that occurred last fall in Spanaway.…

First Citizens Bank closing four branches

The First Citizens Bank branch in Eatonville will close in July, one of four such actions the bank is taking at four locations in Washington. Barbara Thompson, a spokeswoman for…

Maida’s arm, Voss’ bat pace victory

Pitcher Morgan Maida limited Seattle Christian to three hits and teammate KK Voss drove in two runs as Eatonville steamed to an 8-1 Nisqually League high school fastpitch victory last…

Hatton takes down own record

Lucas Hatton broke his own school record and joined Daisey Newman in dominating the weight events to help lead Eatonville to team victories in a high school track and field…

Local lakes getting their share of new rainbow trout

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) seldom receives a pat on the back for its managerial know-how or for its wildlife programs…