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Local Democrats part of Sanders caucus win

Democrats in Pierce County joined their fellow party loyalists in giving their majority of support to presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Washington’s Democratic Party caucuses last Saturday. Caucus participants statewide…

Knowledge is power at Eatonville High

Knowledge is power at Eatonville High

For the second year in a row, Eatonville High School is the state Knowledge Bowl champion among 1A schools. The team members who captured the title during the daylong competition…

Digital town hall on Bethel bond

Bethel School District superintendent Tom Seigel will answer questions about the district’s bond measure live on YouTube on March 31, beginning at 7 p.m. Questions for the digital town hall-style…

SR-706 crash fatal for driver

A driver died at the scene of a crash Thursday in which her car ran off State Route 706 and hit a tree. The State Patrol identified the motorist as…

Kids Trek set to go wild

Kids Trek set to go wild

A place for young children to have fun and possibly incubate a lifelong love of the outdoors is about to make its debut at Northwest Trek. Kids’ Trek, a new…

March 31 it for studded tires

The state Department of Transportation is reminding motorists that studded tires must be removed by the last day of March. Under state law, driving with studs after March 31 is…

Meeting, open house on Eatonville bond

Information about Eatonville School District’s proposed bond measure will be offered during three public events. The first one, scheduled for March 29 at 6:30 p.m. at Eatonville High School (South…

Town does away with elected treasurer

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The duties of Eatonville’s elected town treasurer and appointed town clerk will be combined into a single, non-elected position. Under a plan approved March 14…

Roadsides due for yearly spray

Pierce County roadsides will get their annual anti-weeds makeover this spring and summer. An initial application of herbicides to combat weeds along road shoulders will start March 28 and continue…

Big changes for Elbe rail venture

Big changes for Elbe rail venture

Something new is coming down the tracks in Elbe. Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad (MRSR), whose historic steam trains based there have carried passengers on sightseeing trips through and between foothill…