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A princess for Eatonville

A princess for Eatonville

Samaria Roberts, a senior at Eatonville High School, has been chosen as a princess for the 2016 Daffodil Festival. She will represent her school and community in festival events such…

Storm huffs and puffs

Relatively small power outages in south Pierce County were continuing Wednesday after a wind and rain storm blew through the region Tuesday. Puget Sound Energy reported 16 customers in the…

Vaping banned in town’s parks

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Official opposition among local governments to electronic cigarettes now includes Eatonville, which has become the first municipality in Pierce County and only the third in…

She’s part of first woman-led Kiwanis administration

She’s part of first woman-led Kiwanis administration

The first female-headed administration of Kiwanis International includes a Spanaway woman. Jackie Sue McFarlin took office in October as the Pacific Northwest District leader of the service and volunteer organization.…

Harsher sentence possible for accused killer

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A Graham-area man now faces a possible sentence of life in prison for allegedly murdering a woman and hiding her body last summer. The charge…

Coat donations keep teens warm

Christmas coats for teenagers can be donated during a drive in Eatonville that began Nov. 1 and will continue until Dec. 12. Two Eatonville businesses – Mountain Fitness and PostNet…

Libraries have job-hunt help

Pierce County Library System is offering free job search workshops, classes and programs in an effort to help people get the job or career they want. The Get Hired program…

‘I want to do something like that’

‘I want to do something like that’

Cari Coles, a Graham-Kapowsin High School senior, has a better picture of her future after being among 109 high school students who spent five days last summer getting a taste…

50 years for Frederickson murderer

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A “career criminal” has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for his worst crime of all – killing a man in retaliation for stealing…

You go, frogs

You go, frogs

Almost as if they were proud parents, humans who helped raise them watched more than 250 Oregon spotted frogs reared at Northwest Trek slide quietly into marshy, Pierce County wetlands…