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Police halt candlelight vigil

Police broke up a candlelight vigil involving more than 100 people at a public park in Eatonville because they hadn’t obtained permission to use it and were there after hours.…

New shop gets started

New shop gets started

Cruiser Creations – offering gift items, gourmet cupcakes, candy, Eatonville Cruisers spirit gear, jewelry, screen printing, flowers, balloons, and rental and sales of formal wear – opened July 6 in…

Three days of art and fun in the park

Three days of art and fun in the park

The 42nd annual Eatonville Lions Club Art Festival is back for three days of art appreciation and entertainment. Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Glacier Park in Eatonville will contain more…

Bloodmobile at art festival and Freddy Fest

Cascade Regional Blood Services, the blood supplier for hospitals in Pierce County and south King County, will have bloodmobiles at community locations on the following dates: • Aug. 3, 1-7…

Partial burn ban ordered

Prolonged hot and dry weather prompted Pierce County fire marshal Warner Webb to order a Phase One burn ban Monday. Under the ban, all burning permits are suspended and outdoor…

Church combines muscular ministering with community fun

Church combines muscular ministering with community fun

Graham Emmanuel Baptist Church has put its own spin on “free family fun.” The three-word tag line for Graham Jam, which had its seventh annual rendition July 13 at Frontier…

School Board member leaving

School Board member leaving

In the primary election ending Aug. 6 and the culminating general election in November, a familiar name among voters in the Eatonville School District will be missing among the candidates.…

Fleets using less gas, more alternative fuel

More than 75 public and private fleets of vehicles reduced their use of petroleum-based fuel by 13.6 million gallons in 2012, according to Western Washington Clean Cities, a coalition of…

Volunteers out in force on mountain

Volunteers out in force on mountain

Thirty-seven high school students will contribute more than 9,000 hours of conservation service at Mount Rainier National Park this summer under the auspices of an America’s Best Idea grant from…

Store’s new owners have Mexico businesses

The NAPA Auto store in Eatonville has new owners who also have business interests in Mexico. The store, located on Center Street, officially changed ownership June 1. The owners are…