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Keith Richard Johnson

Keith was born on September 2, 1973 to Dave and Kathy. He was the first grandchild on Kathy’s side and a baby boy at that. He was the first of…

Glenn (Archie) P. Guiles

Glenn (Archie) P. Guiles, born 12/10/1965 passed away due to a tragic motorcycle accident on May 17, 2014 at the age of 48. Glenn lived in Marysville WA with his…

Julie Renee Johnson

Julie Renee Johnson

Julie Renée Johnson, 37, of Eatonville, passed away May 15, 2014. She was born in Tacoma Wa on October 23, 1976 to Ralph and Loreli Eaton. Julie graduated from Eatonville…

Fishing vests: Not too tight, not too many pockets

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown One of the most over-looked items in fishing repertoire is the fishing vest. It is not a flashy piece of clothing. In fact it…

Bollen is Nisqually’s MVP

Bollen is Nisqually’s MVP

Jesse Bollen of Eatonville High School has been named the Most Valuable Player of the 2014 Nisqually League baseball season. Bollen, a senior, was the shortstop on the team that…

Independence Day bash needs more money

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Organizers of Eatonville’s annual Independence Day celebration say the event is about $4,000 short of having enough money to be held July 3-4. Unless the…

Senate OKs park ranger’s name for post office

Senate OKs park ranger’s name for post office

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch With a final push in Washington, D.C., the way has been cleared for Eatonville’s post office to be renamed in memory of a Mount Rainier…

Braves vs. Newport in state fastpitch

The Bethel Braves will face Newport in an opening-round game Friday in the state 4A fastpitch championships in Spokane. Bethel secured its first appearance in the state tournament in 28…

State Historical Society honors Bethel High teacher

State Historical Society honors Bethel High teacher

James Sawatzki does more than get students’ attention when he teaches history at Bethel High School. He gets historians to take notice. Swatzki, a teacher for 30 years, has been…

Some no-contests in this fall’s election

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Pierce County’s prosecuting attorney and auditor won’t change in this fall’s election, but voters will have some choices to make for the Legislature and Congress.…

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