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Flower baskets good for town’s economy, vitality

The Eatonville Chamber of Commerce would like to say a huge thank you to those supporting the flower baskets that line the town’s streets. These help lend to a festive…

See you in the fall, innovators

See you in the fall, innovators

By Krestin Bahr Welcome to June, the month of emancipation. The end of school is in sight for our students. Options, options all day long and choices loom in the…

Newspapers should host congressional debate

Six candidates have filed for U.S. House of Representative, 8th District of Washington – Dave Reichert, Santiago Ramos, Keith Arnold, Tony Ventrella, Margaret Walsh (myself), and Alida Skold. I have…

Education funding a big, contentious topic

By Randi Becker The state Legislature adjourned its 2016 session on March 29. Since that time, I’ve had a number of local school officials and constituents ask me about progress…

Car damage ruins volunteer’s day

On May 6, I volunteered for the Dogwood Garden Club plant sale at the Community Day event in Eatonville. My car, a 2005 red Honda Civic, was parked in the…

Someone new needs to keep community float going

Someone new needs to keep community float going

By Justine Reed It was a beautiful day for a Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade. I and Eatonville Dance Center dancers started Saturday, April 9 at 5 a.m. Lined up…

Eatonville district will listen to voters while planning for future

By Krestin Bahr As the superintendent of Eatonville schools, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to bring to the community a discussion about the future needs of…

Coming soon to a port near you: Big ships and $$$

By Don C. Brunell Get ready. More colossal container ships are coming. Four years from now, hopefully, many mega-container ships will dock in Puget Sound waters. The Benjamin Franklin is…

$30,000 in 30 days of caring

$30,000 in 30 days of caring

By Alana Smith In 2015, the Eatonville Family Agency (EFA) reached out to the Eatonville community in an ambitious effort to raise $30,000 in 30 days to help keep vital…

Giving makes up for indifference of the powerful

By Ruth Ferris In many Christian traditions, Easter follows a time of lent, weeks of spiritual reflection and sometimes austerity. The Jewish tradition celebrates Passover, a time of remembering being…

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