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Police make arrest in Eatonville car prowls

One person has been arrested and a second is facing possible charges in connection with a series of thefts from automobiles in Eatonville. A 26-year-old man who lives in the…

Cream of the librarian crop

Cream of the librarian crop

Students appreciate the attention she gives them even when she’s busy. Her fellow educators praise her unflagging dedication. And the Washington Library Media Association calls Alyse Fritz the cream of…

Pierce County official joining new secretary of state’s staff

Pierce County’s deputy auditor will become the state’s director of elections when Secretary of State-elect Kim Wyman takes office next month. Wyman, who was elected last month, has named Lori…

School bonds refinanced to taxpayers’ gain

Taxpayers for property in the Eatonville School District are getting a break because the district has refinanced a portion of its outstanding bonds in order to take advantage of lower…

Don’t let the flu bug bite

Don’t let the flu bug bite

Flu season is here. The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department offers the following advice on avoding the bug: Flu viruses are constantly changing. Each flu season, different flu viruses can spread,…

Neiditz choice for 9-1-1 director

Andrew Neiditz, the city manager for Lakewood since 2005, is expected to become the head of Pierce County’s new 9-1-1 emergency communications system. A panel of police and fire managers…

Charges filed against Graham horse owner

The owner of horses removed from a Graham farm by authorities who said the animals were living in unhealthy surroundings was charged today with 10 counts of animal cruelty. Pierce…

Bethel School Board getting new member

A former member is rejoining the Bethel School Board. Warren Smith was chosen by the board Tuesday over four other candidates for an appointment to fill a seat vacated by…

Memories of loved ones up in lights

Memories of loved ones up in lights

Memories are burning bright once again on the Tree of Honor. The tree, which grows beside the Welcome to Eatonville sign at Nevitt Point on the Washington Avenue entrance to…

Utility customers getting a break

The town of Eatonville is giving its utility customers some relief on their water, sewer, garbage and electricity bills. The Town Council has approved lower utility percentages while also increasing…