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Concerns about gravel-mining plans

Randle Sand and Gravel is applying for additional area of operation that will impact most the residents of Eatonville, some of which many do not understand. The apex of the…

It was like 2006 all over again

It was like 2006 all over again

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Mother Nature gave Mount Rainier National Park a drenching dose of deja vu last week. The park was closed to the public at the Nisqually…

Christmas Parade in Eatonville Saturday

Eatonville’s annual Christmas Parade will roll through town Dec. 6, beginning at 5 p.m. Accompanying festivities will include a tree-lighting at 4:30, caroling and visits with Santa Claus from 4…

Free day for Eatonville at Trek

Eatonville residents will be admitted free of charge to Northwest Trek on Dec. 7. The one-day free admission, an annual event hosted by the wildlife park, requires proof of residency…

A. Byron Coburn

A. Byron Coburn

A. Byron Coburn “Cobey” passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Nov. 25, 2014. Byron was born to Margorie and Gerald Coburn in Morton, Wash. on Jan. 10, 1951. He…

Warren Butler

Warren Butler

Pastor Warren Dennis Butler of Spanaway died Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, after a brave battle with cancer. He was 68. Warren was born Nov. 27, 1945, in Riverside, Calif. He…

208 Garfield a most pleasant surprise

208 Garfield a most pleasant surprise

LET’S EAT By Carolyn Augustine In the east wing of the Bookstore on Garfield in Parkland is a restaurant serving some of the best food I have ever had in…

Cascade Christian knocks out Eatonville

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The Eatonville Cruisers walked off the Tacoma Dome field without the shot at a state championship they hoped for, but they could make the argument…

Graham-Kapowsin comes up short

Chiawana, the defending 4A state high school football champion and arguably the favorite to keep the crown for another year, proved it doesn’t have to score 40-plus points to win.…

Cops, roads get budget attention

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Pierce County’s new budget includes funding for law enforcement and transportation specific to the south county area. The County Council approved the 2015 spending plan…