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You can be a Hunger Hero in campaign to fill empty shelves

By Ruth Ferris Hunger. There was a time when everyone reading this would immediately resonate with that word with a physical response, knowing in their bodies what that felt like.…

Power bills may go down

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Puget Sound Energy has filed a request with state regulators to lower electric bills by passing through a higher amount of the federal energy exchange…

Kids and critters, reading and learning

Kids and critters, reading and learning

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch In the middle of a classroom at Eatonville Elementary School, five kindergarten students sat cross-legged on the floor next to cages with a rabbit and…

Rainier Film Festival starts three-day, 50-film run Friday

Rainier Film Festival starts three-day, 50-film run Friday

Ashford will be transformed into a mecca of independent filmmaking during the Rainier Independent Film Festival this weekend. From May 9 to May 11, more than 50 films in a…

Tips for introducing kids to fishing

Tips for introducing kids to fishing

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown For anyone contemplating introducing a youngster to fishing, there are a few things to keep in mind to ensure the child’s first experience is…

A cautionary tale about kindness of strangers

PAT JENKINS Hardly a month goes by in which The Dispatch doesn’t pass along to our readers the requests of charitable groups seeking financial donations. Sometimes the requests come from…

Is it her weight or something else?

HERE TO HELP By Tillie Vuksich Dear Tillie, I’ve been struggling with my weight for years, but it’s come to the point where it is affecting my married life.  My…

Another shot put title for Kaelin

Another shot put title for Kaelin

The Shelton Invitational, one of the more prestigious high school track and field meets in Washington, is the latest testimonial to Justin Kaelin’s prowess in the shot put. The Eatonville…

SC rides big inning to win

Seattle Christian scored nine runs in the fifth inning on its way to an 18-6 victory over Eatonville in a Nisqually League high school girls fastpitch game Wednesday. Autumn Holt…

Ready for Community Day

Community Day is this Friday at Eatonville High School. The 88th annual event, hosted by Eatonville School District, features dancing, displays, awards and activities to promote relationships among schools, businesses…