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Eatonville High hoops

Eatonville High School’s boys basketball team notched a pair of Nisqually League basketball victories last week, while the Cruisers’ girls split their contests, including a showdown with Nisqually leader Cascade…

Flu showing up early and with deadly results

Two people in Pierce County have died of the flu so far this year in what health officials are describing as the earliest-arriving flu season in 10 years. The county,…

Gary Guffey

Gary M. Guffey, 76, of Puyallup, Wash. passed away peacefully on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013.  Born in Seattle, Wash. to Woodrow and Cecile Guffey, he lived most of his life…

Forum: Thank you to community

The Eatonville Day Break Lions Club would like to thank the community for remembering and honoring 52 loved ones that were represented on the annual Tree of Honor in 2012. …

Burn ban is over

Due to improvements in air quality and rain, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has lifted a Stage 1 burn ban in Pierce County.  The change took effect Tuesday at…

Game On

BOYS BASKETBALL Jan. 22: Eatonville at Wright, Graham-Kapowsin at Federal Way, Beamer at Bethel Jan. 25: Beamer at Graham-Kapowsin, Rogers at Bethel, Eatonville at Cedar Park Christian Jan. 29: Bethel…

Lend your voice (and ears) to debate over gray wolves

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Management and recovery of gray wolves in Washington and other western states will be the topic of three public meetings hosted by the Washington…

Smith rejoins Bethel board

Smith rejoins Bethel board

Warren Smith, returning to an office he held once before, formally joined the Bethel School Board Jan. 8 during a swearing-in ceremony at a board meeting. Smith was appointed by…

Budget issues dominating in Legislature

The 2013 session of the Legislature opened last week in Olympia with budget issues – such as court-mandated funding for public schools and the ever-present debate over taxes – expected…

Graham deputy fire chief retiring from ‘greatest job in the world’

Graham deputy fire chief retiring from ‘greatest job in the world’

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch For someone who thought he was signing up for something else, fire protection has been very good to Gary Franz. Graham Fire and Rescue’s deputy…