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Burning a hole in Washington

Burning a hole in Washington

Frank Shiers Jr., whose award-winning editorial cartoons appear regularly in The Dispatch, laments Washington’s disastrous wildfires this summer.…

Junior football on parade

Junior football on parade

Eatonville Junior Cruisers football players were part of the Independence Day community parade in Eatonville July 4. Football fields are one of the next places they’ll be seen as their…

County to truckers: You can’t park here

County to truckers: You can’t park here

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The days of overnight parking of semi-truck trailers in unincorporated areas of Pierce County are numbered. The County Council has voted to ban semi-trailers from…

“Don’t Drip and Drive” helps cars, environment

Pierce County and automotive repair shops are partnering to provide free checks of vehicles for oil leaks as a way to help the environment. Motorists in Pierce County can find…

Art Festival spans three days

Art galore. Food. Music. Now that’s a festival. The Eatonville Lions Club’s 43rd annual Art Festival will roll out its broad mix of artwork and entertainment for virtually all ages…

A stronger, more aware community

By Jim Heishman First, I would like to thank the town leadership for the opportunity to serve as Eatonville’s chief of police. This is but another chapter in the partnership…

Night closures for mountain road project

Work on the Nisqually to Paradise Road at Mount Rainier National Park is continuing, with park officials advising visitors to be aware of related traffic disruptions. Road work is scheduled…

Freddie Fest features cars, chili and family fun

Freddie Fest features cars, chili and family fun

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Cars, chili, vendors and family activities will be the draws for Freddie Fest this Saturday in Frederickson. Organized by the Frederickson-Clover Creek Community Council, the…

Community made Art in Bloom a success

I want to thank the community for making Art in Bloom. held July 11-12, a great success. The first-time event took place at Founding Family Antiques in Eatonville. It began…

Art in Bloom comes to fruition

Art in Bloom comes to fruition

By Harrison Crawford Contributing writer Tucked away in a tranquil grove in Eatonville, the Van Eaton Garden played host to a festive scene not unlike the famous Renaissance. Inside the…

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