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Student-produced documentary stirs environmental concscience

Student-produced documentary stirs environmental concscience

By Leah Traxel Contributing writer When rain falls on natural soil, it gets soaked up by the land and filtered as it sinks underground. However, on paved roads and urbanized…

For 87th year, Community Day unites schools and public

For 87th year, Community Day unites schools and public

Nearly 90 years of community togetherness had its latest incarnation last Friday during Community Day in Eatonville. The 87th annual event, sponsored by Eatonville School District, featured dancing, displays, awards…

Add radiology assistants to Medicare?

U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert is one of the prime backers of legislation in Congress that would allow for Medicare coverage of qualified radiology assistant services. The Medicare Access to Radiology…

Author is carving a niche in storytelling

Linda Horne has three goals as she ventures into publishing children’s books. One is to start a new career after being laid off by the National Park Service. Another is…

CRBS blood drives in May

Dates and locations of Cascade Regional Blood Services (CRBS) blood drives in May include: • May 10, 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Bethel High School. • May 14, 3:30-7:30 p.m. at…

Mountain Community Garden: Plots for the people

Mountain Community Garden: Plots for the people

By DEBRA GRANT Contributing writer Are you someone who loves all things green? Have you always wanted to grow your own vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs? Then here is your…

Alleged ID theft ring busted

A man caught riding a “hot” motorcycle has led to the downfall of three people who may have run an identity-theft operation in Spanaway. Prosecuting Attorney Mark Lindquist last charged…

Tacoma administrator to be Eatonville schools superintendent

Tacoma administrator to be Eatonville schools superintendent

The Eatonville School District’s next superintendent will be Krestin Bahr, a Tacoma School District administrator. Bahr, who lives in the Eatonville district, was chosen Wednesday by the School Board to…

Road closure would help manufacturer expand

Pierce County may decide in about two months whether to close part of a county road in Frederickson as part of a manufacturer’s plans to expand its plant. James Hardie…

All grown up with some place to go

All grown up with some place to go

Two more moose are “loose” in the free-roaming area of Northwest Trek, starting the latest chapters in their lives that took a turn for the better when the orphaned animals…