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County Council comes to Graham

The Pierce County Council will convene April 30 in Graham as part of its required once-a-year meetings in each council member’s district. Councilman Jim McCune’s District 3 will be the…

Spring Fair opens with free admission for kids

Spring Fair opens with free admission for kids

Kids can get into the Spring Fair in Puyallup for free Thursday while also helping those in need. From 2 to 10 p.m., admission will be free for anyone 18…

School spared in budget cuts

Columbia Crest Elementary School will remain open for at least one more school year, but the Eatonville School District will take other steps to reduce its budget by approximately $1…

Men accused of robbing four businesses in one day

Three men have been jailed and charged in connection with a one-day string of robberies in Spanaway, Frederickson and other Pierce County locations. Pierce County prosecutors filed charges of robbery…

Volunteers can help conservation efforts

Northwest Trek is asking for volunteers to help it finish what officials at the Eatonville-area wildlife park describe as a major conservation project. On the morning of April 20, from…

Visitor center volunteers can also fund-raise

Clubs, charities and civic organizations can raise money for their causes by manning the Eatonville Visitor Center this summer. The Visitor Center Committee, a volunteer group that helps manage the…

Finalists named for Eatonville schools superintendent

The search for a new superintendent of Eatonville School District has been narrowed to three finalists – one from Tacoma and two from southwest Washington. The remaining candidates from an…

Abortion insurance proposal won’t go to vote

A proposal to make health insurance carriers in Washington include abortions in their maternity coverage has ground to a halt in a legislative committee headed by an Eatonville-area state senator…

Mountain churned out $33 million in spending, 1,000 jobs

Mountain churned out $33 million in spending, 1,000 jobs

Mount Rainier National Park is widely acknowledged as a powerful tourism attraction. The latest numbers that back up the reputation tell more about the “significant contributions” to local and regional…

Honesty was Trek customers’ policy

Other than being busy because of spring break for school students and families, April 2 was going to be like any other day at Northwest Trek. But then the computer…