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‘He’s our little fire hero’

‘He’s our little fire hero’

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Braylon Morgan has learned at a young age that where there’s smoke, there’s fire. The 4-year-old’s awareness helped prevent a possible tragedy when a fire…

Principal of Eatonville High resigning

Ashley Barker, who became the first female principal of Eatonville High School two years ago, will resign at the end of the current school year. The Eatonville School District announced…

Help wanted: Town treasurer

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Eatonville town officials want a treasurer. Now they just have to find someone to take the job. Four months after the previous treasurer left the…

‘Vigilante justice’ leads to murder charges

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Three people have been accused by Pierce County authorities of having a role in the death of a man who allegedly was shot as reprisal…

Eatonville driving for float in Daffodil Parade

Fund-raising has begun for Eatonville’s community float in the 81st annual Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade. As in past years, community members are joining forces to make the parade entry…

Oklahoma ‘okay’ for student production

Oklahoma ‘okay’ for student production

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Neither Cindy Johnson nor Tessa Rorup knew much about “Oklahoma” until it was chosen as the next student stage production at Eatonville High School. Now…

Park’s horse barns converted for ‘yard sale

Pierce County Parks and Recreation isn’t horsing around with its plans for hosting a covered yard sale March 29 at Frontier Park in Graham. Horse stalls, each measuring 10 feet…

Two injured in rollover crash

Two people were injured Sunday when an automobile ended up on its side after rolling over on State Route 7. According to the State Patrol, a 39-year-old man from Mineral…

Community fund-raiser has vendors, entertainment

The Graham-Kapowsin Community Council’s 11th annual Expo fund-raiser will be held March 1 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Frontier Middle School in Graham. Vendors, entertainment and a silent…

$32 million project bringing better road to Paradise

$32 million project bringing better road to Paradise

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The road to Paradise inside Mount Rainier National Park will be much smoother and better for the long haul as a result of a major…