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Boost for veteran-owned businesses

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A bill authored by south Pierce County’s newest state legislator has been signed into law, giving a potential source of customers to businesses owned by…

Fishing derby at Ohop Lake

The annual Ohop Lake Fishing Derby is scheduled for April 26, with proceeds from registration fees and a raffle earmarked for a fireworks show at the lake this sumer. The…

David Hollis

David Andrew Hollis passed away on March 29, 2014 at Swedish Hospital in Seattle, WA after a long battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his mother, Jill…

Your clutter helps Lions help others

Eatonville Lions would like to encourage everyone starting spring cleaning to think about recycling those old eye glasses that you have tucked away into a drawer. The Lions also recycle hearing…

New coach, same goal

New coach, same goal

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The coach is new but the outlook on the 2014 season isn’t for Eatonville High School’s fastpitch team. After winning the Nisqually League championship and…

Spring Fair has fun ingredients

Spring Fair has fun ingredients

Recipe for Success: Create a celebration for spring, include lots of hands-on family fun, add a 20-foot inflatable rubber duckie and thrilling pig racing, and toss in a sprinkling of…

Highway open after two-day closure

A stretch of State Route 7 near Ohop Valley Road west of Eatonville reopened Tuesday after being closed since April 6 because of a small slide. According to the state…

Dorothy Leadingham

Dorothy Leadingham

Dorothy “Sunny” Leadingham, 88, of San Diego, passed away on March 15. Sunny was born in Eatonville, WA in 1925; the daughter of Tony and Maria Novelli. She married Jim…

River anglers handling high water

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown During winter and early-spring, high flows and off-colored water are common realities in western Washington Rivers. For novice fishermen, those conditions can be quite…

Volunteers getting home ready for family

Volunteers getting home ready for family

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Remodeling of their home is underway as community members continue to rally around an Eatonville-area family that was devastated by a New Year’s Day traffic…