Socialize

Facebook
Home » 2013 » June (Page 4)

Soccer camp slated for Sprinker

Pierce County Parks and Recreation will host a one-week soccer camp at Sprinker Recreation Center June 24-28 for boys and girls 6 to 17 years old. Heading the camp is…

Community garden hosts food drive, open house

The Eatonville Family Agency and Mountain Community Garden have joined to fight hunger and provide more nutritious options at the local food bank.   This Saturday, from 10 a.m. to…

Good people and good intentions

PAT JENKINS Dispatch editor John “Jack” Chappell was the kind of civic-minded person that local communities lean on for leadership and to help make them good places to live, which…

Relatives Raising Children: Changing lives ‘dramatically’

Relatives Raising Children: Changing lives ‘dramatically’

By Joan Cronk Contributing writer The lives of family members who are taking care of a child who is not their own are turned upside down – quickly. These generous…

School board seat gets a candidate

An extended filing period has produced a candidate for an Eatonvlile School Board seat that initially had no one running in this fall’s election. John Lambrecht, a Roy-area resident, submitted…

Potential for falling rock closes trail

The Narada Falls Trail at Mount Rainier National Park will be closed temporarily on weekdays beginning June 10 in order to protect hikers from rocks that could fall from work…

Braves no. 2 in relay

Braves no. 2 in relay

Bethel streaked to a second-place finish in the girls’ 4×100 relay in the class 4A high school state track and field championships. The Braves’ Erica Hamlin, Katreeona Williams-Mac, Kiana Chandler…

Father accused of putting baby daughter in freezer

A Roy man is facing criminal charges after putting his infant daughter in a freezer because she was crying and he wanted to sleep, according to authorities. Tyler James Deutsch,…

Light at the end of the tunnel is local jobs

Light at the end of the tunnel is local jobs

The State Route 99 tunnel on Seattle’s waterfront that’s scheduled to open in 2015 will get some of its backbone from 1,450 concrete rings fabricated at a newly expanded plant…

Gladys L. Hardy

Gladys L. Hardy

Gladys L. Hardy, 96, passed away on May 22, 2013 in Graham, Wash. She was born on April 12, 1917 in Pine Creek, Calif. to Alvin R. and Ruby I.…

Page 4 of 512345