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Free breakfast, lunch for kids in Eatonville

Eatonville School District is offering free meals for children 1 to 18 years old this summer. The meals will be available Monday through Friday July 28 to Aug. 8 at…

Our independence needs less foreign dependence

By Don C. Brunell While much of today’s news deals with America’s decline, there is hope we can stimulate our economy, create manufacturing jobs and pay down our national debt…

Highway work will delay traffic

Driving on State Route 161 in the Eatonville area will require some extra patience the next few weeks, as work on highway resurfacing will cause traffic delays, according to the…

Energy conservation is pie-in-the-sky

The morning of June 23, when I got up the sky was clear, blue and beautiful. Shortly afterward, the first jets appeared, not with jet streams trailing behind (jet streams…

Police bust underage party in the woods

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Minors who tried to hide their drinking party in the woods near Graham didn’t get away with it. Authorities assigned to the Pierce County Party…

Nona E. Walch

Nona E. (Toth) Walch, born 6-27-32, a 50-year resident of the Eatonville area, recently passed away at her home in Upton, Wyoming at the age of 81. She is survived…

Scottish and Celtic traditions take over in Graham

The 45th annual Tacoma Highland Games will be held Friday and Saturdy at Frontier Park in Graham. A Celtic music concert will accompany two days of Scottish events and demonstrations,…

It’s all according to plan for Voss

It’s all according to plan for Voss

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Kaelyn Voss seems as clear about her future as she is about her passion for sports. Voss, who graduated this month from Eatonville High School…

Measles reported in county

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department received confirmation Thursday of Pierce County’s first case of measles in at least six years. The agency is investigating the case of a Pierce County child…

Answering medical emergencies by air and land

Answering medical emergencies by air and land

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch All eyes were on the helicopter hovering above Swanson Field. For once, its arrival wasn’t a matter of life and death. The Airlift Northwest aircraft…

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