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In Our View: South Pierce Fire bond deserves support

Far be it for us to tell people how to spend their hard-earned money, but there’s a pretty darn good investment being offered by South Pierce Fire and Rescue. Voters…

Shutout keeps Eatonville undefeated

KK Voss and Machaela Graddy each scored two goals as Eatonville High School’s girls soccer team blanked Cascade Christian 6-0 Tuesday to remain undefeated in the Nisqually League. (Read more…

‘Anything Goes’ is big fun

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch In the 5th Avenue Theatre’s rolllicking production of “Anything Goes,” what goes the most is the unending laughter and good vibes for audiences lucky enough…

Hunting turns a page with new access rules

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown The history of modern firearm hunting in western Washington turned a page last Saturday, opening day of the 2013-14 general hunting season. Once the…

Cruisers rally for volleyball win

Eatonville lost the first set, then won the next three to top Chimacum in a Nisqually League high school volleyball match last Wednesday. Lauren Pate finished with 20 kills for…

Election ballots mailed; due back by Nov. 5

Election ballots mailed; due back by Nov. 5

Ballots for the general election have been mailed to Pierce County voters. Now it’s up to them if there’s at least a 46 percent voter turnout, as projected by the…

Libraries have help for insurance questions

People can find help with the Affordable Care Act from free resources and events at branches of the Pierce County Library System, including Graham and Eatonville. In partnership with the…

Here are the ways educators and community members ‘do school’

Here are the ways educators and community members ‘do school’

By Krestin Bahr As this is homecoming month for our Eatonville School District, I wonder what we do as educators and community members to make this the time that students…

Figure skaters move on after regionals in Spanaway

Figure skaters move on after regionals in Spanaway

Some of the best figure skaters in the Northwest will have fond memories of Sprinker Recreation Center. The top four finishers in each category of competition at the Spanaway facility…

Saving tiny rabbits earns big award

Saving tiny rabbits earns big award

Northwest Trek Wildlife Park’s effort to save Columbia Basin pygmy rabbits has earned national notice. The wildlife park near Eatonville and Oregon Zoo jointly received the prestigious North American Conservation…