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County celebrates way to handle gunk

Even dirty stuff has its day. Pierce County marked the completion of a new million dollar-plus facility that processes waste from roadside storm drains with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Dec. 3…

Making sure that everyone has a Christmas

Making sure that everyone has a Christmas

By Ruth Ferris Contributing writer I have been practicing Christmas carols and Hanukah songs since October with the University Women’s Club choir, getting ready for our Christmas concert. I find…

Daffodil belles of Bethel schools

The 2015 Daffodil Festival princesses from the Bethel School District are Bailee Towns of Graham-Kapowsin High School, Taylor Trujillo of Spanaway Lake High, and Ransom Satterlee of Bethel High. Towns…

Bethel handles hoops from down under

Bethel handles hoops from down under

The high school basketball season is getting underway for area teams, including one who drew an opponent from the other side of the world. Bethel’s boys team hosted a traveling…

Jingle Bell Run in Graham

Nelson Elementary School in Graham hosted its fifth annual Jingle Bell Family Fun Run on Dec. 6. Participants could try a 5k or one-mile run at 9 a.m. or a…

Road to title went through Cruisers

The Eatonville Cruisers can say it took Washington’s best to knock them out of the state 1A high school football tournament. One week after beating Eatonville in the semifinals, Cascade…

Yoga smooths out life’s bumps

Yoga smooths out life’s bumps

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Nathalie Fairbanks once struggled with feelings of claustrophobia. She also slept too much, sometimes for 14 hours. Then she started taking yoga classes, and her…

Victory for Graham fire levy confirmed

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch It’s official. Graham Fire and Rescue will get the taxpayer support it asked for in the general election. Results of voting that ended Nov. 4…

Sure, it’s cold, but fishing still hot

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown It has been said that fishing in the winter could be considered a masochistic pastime because of conditions, but that doesn’t appear to be…

Students on academic launching pad

Students on academic launching pad

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch In a field behind Eatonville Middle School, a group of students were shooting model rockets into the air. Another group in a classroom inside were…