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Allergy season in full bloom

By Lawrence Larson Contributing writer Every year, when the buds begin to sprout on the flowering pear tree outside my office, people soon show up inside my office with runny…

Community garden hosts food drive, open house

The Eatonville Family Agency and Mountain Community Garden have joined to fight hunger and provide more nutritious options at the local food bank.   This Saturday, from 10 a.m. to…

Relatives Raising Children: Changing lives ‘dramatically’

Relatives Raising Children: Changing lives ‘dramatically’

By Joan Cronk Contributing writer The lives of family members who are taking care of a child who is not their own are turned upside down – quickly. These generous…

School board seat gets a candidate

An extended filing period has produced a candidate for an Eatonvlile School Board seat that initially had no one running in this fall’s election. John Lambrecht, a Roy-area resident, submitted…

Father accused of putting baby daughter in freezer

A Roy man is facing criminal charges after putting his infant daughter in a freezer because she was crying and he wanted to sleep, according to authorities. Tyler James Deutsch,…

Light at the end of the tunnel is local jobs

Light at the end of the tunnel is local jobs

The State Route 99 tunnel on Seattle’s waterfront that’s scheduled to open in 2015 will get some of its backbone from 1,450 concrete rings fabricated at a newly expanded plant…

Shooter and hostage situations simulated

Students and teachers from Eatonville Middle School, along with emergency personnel from police and fire agencies, will simulate “active shooter” scenarios during a drill Tuesday. The scenarios, scheduled to begin…

‘Quiet man with a big heart’ is Helping Hands Hall of Famer

‘Quiet man with a big heart’ is Helping Hands Hall of Famer

Dale Cronkhite isn’t the type to call attention to himself, but he got some anyway when Eatonville Family Agency named him as its first Helping Hands Hall of Fame member.…

Work begins on Stevens Canyon Road, Part 2

Work is scheduled to resume on the rehabilitation of 10 miles of Stevens Canyon Road in Mount Rainier, which officials say will be an inconvenience for park visitors but well…

No injuries as plane hits house

No injuries as plane hits house

An airplane that was forced off its original course by bad weather struck a house during an apparent landing at Swanson Field in Eatonville Thursday evening, resulting in minor injuries…