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Santa’s Bikes goes over 100 mark

Santa’s Bikes goes over 100 mark

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Nancy Mettler remembers how it all started. The year was 2008. The Eatonville woman wanted to make Christmas brighter for kids of local families that…

Game On

High school boys basketball Dec. 10 Graham-Kapowsin at Bethel, Seattle Christian at Eatonville Dec. 13 Bethel at Puyallup, Cascade Christian at Eatonville Dec. 17 Bethel at Beamer, Chimacum at Eatonville…

Christmas comes to town Saturday

Eatonville’s annual Christmas Parade and accompanying holiday festivities is scheduled for Saturday afternoon. Families can visit with Santa Claus at the Visitor Center on Mashell Avenue from 2 to 6…

Silo accident victim’s body recovered

The body of a worker who died after a silo at Wlcox Family Farms in Roy collapsed Monday, burying him under tons of corn, has been recovered. The body of…

Town setting pot zoning rules

Town officlals are setting rules on where possible marijuana stores and manufacturers could be allowed in Eatonville. The Town Council is scheduled to vote next Monday on zoning regulations that…

Basketball season tips off

Local high school basketball teams will open their seasons this week. Eatonville’s boys team tips off the 2013-14 campaign Tuesday at Orting and Friday at Auburn Riverside, while the Cruisers’…

A business almost as long-lasting as its owners

A business almost as long-lasting as its owners

By Joan Cronk Contributing writer Sometimes when a couple is fixed up on a blind date by relatives, it just doesn’t work out. In the case of Sharon and Terry…

Countywide burn ban over

A Stage 2 burn ban in Pierce County was lifted Friday after air quality improved. The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency announced that weather changes Friday, with predictions of rain…

Up close with Skills Center and communities

By Randi Becker As anyone who has heard me talk about the subject will tell you, I am passionate about skills centers, and particularly the one here in Pierce County.…

Paradise open daily during winter

About a month from now, visitors to Mount Rainier National Park will be allowed – weather permitting – to drive to Paradise seven days a week. The all-week access, scheduled…