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Cruisers’ basketball seasons end

King’s beat Eatonville 51-37 last Saturday in a 1A tri-district basketball game that sent the winner into the high school boys basketball regionals and ended the loser’s season. Eatonville reached…

Wolverines may get endangered status

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking to list the North American wolverine as an endangered species and are seeking comments from the…

Good line for electricity

Good line for electricity

Work has been completed on a federal-funded project that could help Eatonville avoid power outages. Town officials said an underground electrical feeder line has been installed beside State Route 161…

Forum: Big money and state Senate

Under Initiative 960, any bill introduced in the Legislature that would increase taxpayer expenses must have a 10-year estimate of its cost. Here are two of the latest offerings from the…

‘We owe’ changes in child custody cases

One year after the deaths, the murders of two young boys by their father in Graham were the subject during a hearing in Olympia on legislation aimed at trying to…

Rodeo and country music lined up

Rodeo and country music lined up

Big-name rodeo performers and country music artists are headed for the Washington State Fair – aka the Puyallup Fair – this fall. In an early announcement of some of the…

Bowlers and wrestlers academic state champs

Bowlers and wrestlers academic state champs

Graham-Kapowsin High School’s bowling and boys wrestling teams have been named academic state champions for the 2012-13 season by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. The WIAA is the governing body…

March 30 may become annual salute of Vietnam vets

By WNPA Olympia News Bureau and The Dispatch After what some felt was moving testimony about the realities experienced by military veterans was delivered by Vietnam War veteran Gill Calac…

School safety subject of public meeting

Eatonville School District officials will host a public meeting Feb. 19 to update the community on efforts to keep schools and students safe. The meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. at…

Enough squeezing of voters on ballot deadlines

Pat Jenkins Dispatch editor If you’re like me and you’re a little tired of being told when you must vote, potential new state legislation could further chafe your sense of…