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National spotlight on libraries’ literacy work

National spotlight on libraries’ literacy work

Pierce County Library System’s efforts to advance early learning and be a “cornerstone of the communty” had the attention last Wednesday of the nation, including the president’s wife. During a…

Mayor will run for council instead of re-election

Eatonville Mayor Ray Harper won’t run for re-election this fall, but he will try to return to the Town Council. Harper, who was a council member before being elected mayor…

State track meet berths on the line

The stakes get bigger this week for Eatonville High School’s track and field athletes. They’ll compete Thursday and Saturday in the class 1A tri-district meet at King’s High School in…

Race for mayor gets candidates

A town councilman, the town’s treasurer and a former fire chief are running for Eatonville mayor. In the first two days of this week’s candidate filing period, Councilman Gordon Bowman,…

Student-produced documentary stirs environmental concscience

Student-produced documentary stirs environmental concscience

By Leah Traxel Contributing writer When rain falls on natural soil, it gets soaked up by the land and filtered as it sinks underground. However, on paved roads and urbanized…

Tri-district meet next step to state track

The stakes get bigger this week for Eatonville High School’s track and field athletes. They’ll compete Thursday and Saturday in the class 1A tri-district meet at King’s High School in…

Weyerhaeuser to start charging for access to its land

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Weyerhaeuser Co. recently announced that all access, motorized and non-motorized onto its Vail and Pe Ell tree farms will require a recreation access permit…

Green River lands recruit from Eatonville

Green River lands recruit from Eatonville

Kendra Trummert of Eatonville High School has signed a letter-of-intent to play basketball at Green River Community College. Trummert, who will graduate in June from Eatonville, was a forward on…

For 87th year, Community Day unites schools and public

For 87th year, Community Day unites schools and public

Nearly 90 years of community togetherness had its latest incarnation last Friday during Community Day in Eatonville. The 87th annual event, sponsored by Eatonville School District, featured dancing, displays, awards…

Add radiology assistants to Medicare?

U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert is one of the prime backers of legislation in Congress that would allow for Medicare coverage of qualified radiology assistant services. The Medicare Access to Radiology…