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Bill Stover/December-9-32- August-30-14

Bill Stover/December-9-32- August-30-14

William (Bill) Stover passed away on August 30, 2014 at his home in Eatonville, where he lived for many years. Bill was born at St. Joseph Hospital in Tacoma on…

At attention

At attention

A color guard of Graham-Kapowsin High School Junior ROTC students had the attention of the teams and fans before the start of G-K’s home football game against Curtis Sept. 26…

Other focuses for peace message

The “Wave if you want peace” story (Dispatch, Sept. 17) is interesting. However, the Bible states that there will be no peace until the Prince of Peace comes, namely Jesus…

Mountain visits could cost more

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Don’t be surprised if visitors start paying more next year to enter and camp at Mount Rainier National Park. The National Park Service has asked…

Town shuffles chiefs and budget again

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The latest attempt by town officials to make public safety in Eatonville affordable is to replace the full-time fire chief with one contracted from another…

Game On

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Oct. 9: Spanaway Lake at Puyallup Oct. 10: Eatonville at Rochester, Emerald Ridge at Bethel, Graham-Kapowsin at Skyline HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Oct. 8: Graham-Kapowsin at Bethel, Puyallup…

Eatonville swimmers win

The Eatonville Cruisers, led by yet another record-breaking effort by Jayla Thirtyacre, defeated W.F. West/Centralia 97-73 in a high school girls swim meet Tuesday. Thirtyacre broke Eatonville’s school record in…

Fisher comeback at Mount Rainier: Yea or nay?

Fisher comeback at Mount Rainier: Yea or nay?

The National Park Service is seeking public comments on a proposal to restore the fisher, a member of the weasel family, to the Mount Rainier and North Cascades national parks.…

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, campaign signs are part of democracy

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, campaign signs are part of democracy

By Mark Lindquist School has started, football season is upon us, temperatures are falling and the political season is heating up. Public participation is necessary to our democracy, whether we…

County unemployment 6.1 percent

August’s unemployment rate in Pierce County was higher than the statewide average and matched the national level, state officials reported. The 6.1 percent jobless rate was the same as the…