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208 Garfield a most pleasant surprise

208 Garfield a most pleasant surprise

LET’S EAT By Carolyn Augustine In the east wing of the Bookstore on Garfield in Parkland is a restaurant serving some of the best food I have ever had in…

Cops, roads get budget attention

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Pierce County’s new budget includes funding for law enforcement and transportation specific to the south county area. The County Council approved the 2015 spending plan…

Gift drive helping kids and families

Children are enrolled in low-income learning and assistance program Two Eatonville business owners are organizing a gift drive for children of underprivileged families. Your help is needed to help make…

Community dinner fits Thanksgiving traditions

By Alana Smith Contributing writer Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, Americans gather for a day of feasting, football and family. While today’s Thanksgiving celebrations would likely be…

‘Concerns’ about utility’s management

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The tiny Elbe Water and Sewer District has been asked by the state auditor to put its financial house in better order. Following a recent…

Homicide-suicide reported

The Pierce County Sheriff Department is investigating an apparent homicide and suicide that was reported Tuesday morning in the 17700 block of 85th Avenue Court East in the South Hill…

A Daffodil princess blossoms

A Daffodil princess blossoms

Horses and volunteering occupy a lot of Rachel Price’s time. And now she’s making time for the duties of a Daffodil Festival princess. Price has been picked to represent Eatonville…

Rock mining proposed

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The largest rock-mining operation of its kind in Pierce County is proposed near Eatonville. Randles Sand and Gravel wants to remove quarry rock, gravel, sand…

School buses have their eyes on cars

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch There will soon be no more Mr. Nice Guy for law-breaking drivers in the Bethel School District.. Authorities are close to ticketing motorists who are…

Governor’s tree getting student-made decorations

The students in a jewelry design class at Graham-Kapowsin High School have been chosen by the state to make ornaments for the governor’s official Christmas tree this year. This video…