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Snow closes Bethel schools, delays them in Eatonville

Schools in the Bethel School District closed for the day Friday, and classes in the Eatonville School District were scheduled to start two hours late as a result of snowfall.…

Reward for help solving break-ins

A financial incentive has been added to the Eatonville Police Department’s request for the public’s help in solving a string of crimes in one of the town’s neighborhoods. Police chief…

No charges in Spanaway dog attack

Criminal charges will not be filed against the owner of two dogs that attacked a Spanaway woman who later died. Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Lindquist announced last Friday that…

Roach new County Council chairman

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Dan Roach, who started his Pierce County Council career representing parts of Graham and Kapowsin, is the county’s new chairman. Fellow council members elected him…

’12th man’ flag stolen

A thief is putting a damper on the celebratory mood of Seattle Seahawks fans among Eatonville School District transportation workers. The department’s employees were displaying their “12th man Seahawk spirit”…

Levy is backbone of Eatonville schools

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch A mark of success for schools is how students do as adults and in their post-school careers and lives. That preparation and the end-result, both…

New state rep is veteran, business owner

New state rep is veteran, business owner

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch The newest state legislator for the Eatonville and Graham areas is a military combat veteran and small-business owner with some previous experience at elected office.…

Town Council holds treasurer cards

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Eatonville Mayor Mike Schaub is waiting for the Town Council to decide what to do about his former position of town treasurer. It’s up to…

Fired up for the Hawks

Fired up for the Hawks

Super Bowl fever is making the rounds wherever there are Seattle Seahawks fans. That includes the firefighters of Eatonville Fire and Rescue, who showed their enthusiasm by posing with a…

Bethel schools hoping for ‘jackpot’

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch In a perfect world – one in which the state fully funded public education – school districts like Bethel wouldn’t need local levies. But the…