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Art Festival spans three days

Art galore. Food. Music. Now that’s a festival. The Eatonville Lions Club’s 43rd annual Art Festival will roll out its broad mix of artwork and entertainment for virtually all ages…

Freddie Fest features cars, chili and family fun

Freddie Fest features cars, chili and family fun

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Cars, chili, vendors and family activities will be the draws for Freddie Fest this Saturday in Frederickson. Organized by the Frederickson-Clover Creek Community Council, the…

Art in Bloom comes to fruition

Art in Bloom comes to fruition

By Harrison Crawford Contributing writer Tucked away in a tranquil grove in Eatonville, the Van Eaton Garden played host to a festive scene not unlike the famous Renaissance. Inside the…

County officer is town’s interim police chief

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The Eatonville Town Council has approved a plan to make a Pierce County Sheriff Department officer the town’s interim police chief. Council members voted July…

State rep challenged by Libertarian, marijuana supporter

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch An incumbent Republican, a Libertarian Party member and a candidate whose political affiliation is identified with marijuana are the choices for voters in the contest…

Walking to beat cancer

Walking to beat cancer

This year’s Relay for Life in Eatonville raised about $42,000 for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer. The top three teams in fund-raising were Super Moms and Dads at…

Search for hiker now ‘limited’

The search at Mount Rainier National Park for a missing hiker has been scaled back. Edwin Birch, 64, of Tacoma hasn’t been seen since July 12, when he was reported…

Level of fire service ‘up to voters’

Level of fire service ‘up to voters’

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch By this time next week, votes will have started being cast in Graham Fire and Rescue’s levy election. Or, in the words of one of…

Agency says thanks with free concert

Eatonville Family Agency is inviting the public to a free outdoor concert July 26. The “Mountain to the Sea” concert, a thank-you to the community for its support of agency…

Handful of Fourth-related trouble

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Fire departments in south Pierce County handled the seemingly requisite number of fires and accidents related to this year’s Fourth of July holiday. While none…