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Thai Mekong in Graham a relaxing oasis

LET’S EAT By Carolyn Augustine Relax, have a cup of tea, enjoy the orchids, get good service and have some good Thai food. Go to the Thai Mekong Restaurant in…

Game On

High school baseball April 3: Graham-Kapowsin at Emerald Ridge, Bethel at Rogers, Spanaway Lake at Federal Way (4 p.m.) April 7: Eatonville at Spanaway Lake (4 p.m.) April 8: Federal…

Yarn bombs, away

Yarn bombs, away

By Tillie Vuksich Contributing writer This year’s Eatonville Art Festival will feature a unique art installation in downtown Eatonville, known in the craft community as a yarn bomb. It’s a…

Gun violence: We get what we tolerate

Gun violence: We get what we tolerate

By Paul Pastor Recent events of mass murders committed by people with guns has focused national attention on guns and gun ownership. The Pierce County Sheriff Department has received multiple…

Simmons homers in Eatonville romp

Rayna Simmons hit a three-run home run after a 15-minute rain delay, helping power Eatonville past Cascade Christian 18-1 in a high school fastpitch game Wednesday. Simmons also had a…

At least five more years for Eatonville school

Columbia Crest Elementary School, once considered for closure, is assured of being open at least five more years after a decision Wednesday by the Eatonville School Board. During a meeting…

Cruisers earn scholar-athlete awards

Cruisers earn scholar-athlete awards

Eatonville High School’s girls basketball team, five of its members, and four Cruisers from other sports earned scholastic honors during the 2013-14 winter season. The basketball team as a whole…

Lee Van Dusen

In memory of our beloved father and brother, Lee Charles Van Dusen. Born to Charles Steve Van Dusen (deceased) and Rhea E. Van Dusen (deceased) on September 15, 1937 in…

Facebook warms up burglary probe

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Online social networking is helping authorities move closer to possibly solving a string of burglaries in Eatonville. Two people who are considered suspects by the…

It’s not booming, but gray wolf population up

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Gray wolves are expanding their territory in Washington, according to a recent survey conducted by the WDFW. At a public meeting held earlier this…

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