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Decision favors Mount Rainier-area resort

The developers of a proposed resort near Mount Rainier are making enough progress and should continue with their plans, a Pierce County hearing examiner has ruled. Stephen Causseaux Jr. issued…

Fistball: Most fun sport you’ve never heard of

Fistball: Most fun sport you’ve never heard of

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch What is fistball? Paul Schaefer has heard the question a lot. And in his capacity as president and coach of the Eatonville Fistball Club, the…

Local educators like Inslee plan for funding

By Elliot Suhr WNPA News Service Local education leaders are applauding Governor Jay Inslee’s proposal to close tax loopholes and generate nearly $200 million in funding for Washington’s public schools.…

Adam D. Norton

Adam D. Norton

Adam D. Norton passed away on Friday, February 7, 2014 from natural causes at age 38 at his home in Eatonville, Wash. He was a beloved and active member of…

Frederick G. Koury

Frederick G. Koury

Frederick G. Koury Sr. was born June 22, 1920 in St. Paul, Minnesota, the seventh born of 11 children. He passed away peacefully at his home in Eatonville, Washington on…

Douglas Arnold Smith

Douglas Arnold Smith, 76, died Sunday, January 26 at The Carpenter House in Baton Rouge. A native of Eatonville, WA and a resident of St. Francisville, he received degrees in…

GrahamCitizens: Sewing a community together

GrahamCitizens: Sewing a community together

By Wayne Coioke Few of the 60,000 residents of Graham know that there is more to their community than a place to live and stores to buy food. Like sewing…

Alumni game Saturday at Eatonville High

Eatonville High School’s first men’s alumni basketball game will be played this Saturday at 6 p.m. at the school. Mark Swartout, who is coach of the school’s varsity boys basketball…

CenterPoint is ‘a place for you’

CenterPoint is ‘a place for you’

By Joan Cronk Contributing writer CenterPoint is a dynamic, growing church in Eatonville. Pastors Jennie and Jonathan Cross say it is attended by people of all ages. Jennie was born…

Park admission free for Presidents Day weekend

Visitors to Mount Rainier National Park will be admitted to the park free during the three-day Presidents Day holiday weekend Feb. 15-17. More waivers of normal admission fees are scheduled…