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Eatonville blows past Clover Park

After three innings of their non-league high school baseball game against Clover Park, the Eatonville Cruisers were behind on the scoreboard 3-2. Three innings and nine runs later, they were…

Soccer players taking talents to college

Edmonds Community College hopes two new recruits from the Bethel School District can help it remain at or near the top of NWAACC women’s soccer. Graham-Kapowsin High School’s Peytron Pruett,…

Lutheran preschool registering for 2014-15

The Lutheran Church of St. Paul Preschool in Graham is enrolling children for the 2014-15 school year. Children for the 3 and 4-year-old class will be enrolled for Tuesday and…

County still bullish on Boeing

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Pierce County officials are taking the high road after being turned down by Boeing as the place where the company will build wings for its…

Kaelin, Snyder, Newman pace Eatonville track wins

Double victories by Justin Kaelin, Mia Snyder and Daisey Newman helped Eatonville win the boys’ and girls’ portions of a high school track and field meet March 27 in Tacoma.…

Cruisers thriving after close wins

Eatonville High School’s baseball team has a 4-1 record after two one-run victories last week over Nisqually League opponents. The Cruisers topped Life Christian-Wright 5-4 March 25, one day after…

We can support mudslide victims

By Chris Morton Disasters capture our hearts and minds very quickly, and the mudslides in Oso is no different. As the news carries updates on the impact that the mudslide…

Evelyn (Bickford) Brown

Evelyn Brown was born in Alleghany, KY on July 13, 1923, and passed away in Ellensburg, WA on December 17, 2013. Graveside services will be held at the Mineral Cemetery…

Spray days coming for county roads

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch To spray or not to spray. That’s the question Pierce County officials are asking owners of property in advance of the annual assault on roadside…

Dead woman not who authorities thought

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The family and friends of a missing woman thought she was dead after authorities confused her with another woman who died after being hit by…