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Father gets prison for ‘horrible’ abuse of baby

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A 26-year-old Roy man is going to prison for 16 years for beating his infant daughter and putting her in a freezer because he was…

Wildcats tap Bethel lineman

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch James Moore, one of the top linemen for Bethel High School’s football team last season, has signed a letter-of-intent to enroll at Central Washington University…

Town has new treasurer

Lori Smith has been appointed as town treasurer for Eatonville. The Town Council selected Smith from among two candidates Monday, the final day that town officials could control the appointment…

Hatchery fish too slow for their own good

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It is a common conception that bigger is better. In some instances it might be true, but when it comes to hatchery-raised fish versus…

Can a public official’s private phone be public?

PAT JENKINS Should the public be able to see public employees’ private phone records if they include information related to their official duties? That’s the question in a case involving…

Schools registering new kindergarteners

Kindergarten registration for the 2014-15 school year will begin next week in the Eatonville School District and already is underway in the Bethel School District. Eatonville schools, which offer all-day…