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$8.9 million contract awarded for Mount Rainier roadwork

A contract worth nearly $9 million has been awarded by federal officials for the rehabilitation of Stevens Canyon Road at Mount Rainier National Park, clearing the way for the project…

Career and technical’s best honored

Bethel School District’s career and technical education program announced its Teacher of the Year, Advisory Member of the Year and Student of the Year awards during its annual end-of-year showcase…

Where there’s fire, there’s art

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Darryl Nelson makes pounding metal a widely admired art form. A blacksmith for 40 years, Nelson’s custom ornamental metalwork has popped up around the world.…

Street contractor back for sewage lagoon project

The Dispatch A Kitsap County company is going from remaking Mashell Avenue in Eatonville to making a critical repair at the town’s wastewater treatment plant. Stan Palmer Construction has been…

In the running for Miss Teenage Seattle

In the running for Miss Teenage Seattle

Abbey Homan of Eatonville will participate in the 2012 Miss Teenage Seattle pageant June 17. She was chosen to be a contestant following interviews with pageant officials. Homan will compete…

Assessor-treasurer candidate to greet voters

Tim Farrell, a candidate for Pierce County assessor-treasurer, will greet voters and answer their questions about property taxes from 10 a.m. to noon June 16 at the Eatonville Visitors Center.…

Unstable hillside forces highway closure

State Route 7 remained closed early this week in the Alder area because of the threat of landslides. A state Department of Transportation spokeswoman said Monday that the closure would…

‘Get outdoors’ for free at Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park will admit all visitors for free this Saturday in celebration of National Get Outdoors Day. The U.S. Park Service observance is scheduled for all 397 national…

Auditor reviewing clerk case

The firing of Eatonville’s town clerk for improper handling of town funds has led to a review by the state auditor. Mayor Ray Harper dismissed clerk Crystal McGlone in May…

Ashford’s the ‘theater’ for film festival

Forty-four films by regional filmmakers and from around the world will be screened during the three-day Rainier Independent Film Festival, which starts Friday in Ashford. Various genres and topics will…