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The thought process in Boeing job cuts

By Don C. Brunell Boeing’s new cost-reduction plan has deep ramifications for Washington because the bulk of the 4,500 job cuts are likely to land here. CEO Dennis Muilenburg asked…

Bethel students need more play time

By Rina Thun Everywhere you go in the Bethel School District, you will see billboards advertising the district’s accomplishments, but there’s one thing you won’t see mentioned: Recess. Bethel kids…

Election wish: Please participate

Election wish: Please participate

By Julie Anderson This is how I think of an election. The purpose of an election is to allow the community to have a conversation. “Where do we want to…

Voters’ wishes are ignored

Why is it that the votes of the voters, whether it is national, statewide, or for unincorporated Pierce County, can be changed, disallowed by a judge of district court, supreme…

Be grateful for our secure elections

By Sam Reed, Ralph Munro and Bruce Chapman Accessible, accurate and secure elections are the cornerstone of our government. All voters must have confidence that our representatives have been fairly…

True entrepreneur is reinventing himself

I love human-interest stories, don’t you? There are so many talented people in the Pierce County area. I had the privilege of meeting one of them the other day. Calvin…

What we all do matters in solving hunger

By Ruth Ferris I look at my computer and know that I have to write one more time about hunger in Eatonville. I have been writing about it for a…

Graduation or games

Graduation or games

Frank Shiers Jr., whose political cartoons appear in The Dispatch, notes that not all students take the same path coming out of high school.…

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…

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