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Let’s help our veterans first

The other day, I turned my wife’s cell phone on to see if her battery needed to be chraged. Her Facebook popped up and it was posted by a friend…

Innovation, technology can keep electricity humming

By Don C. Brunell For decades, radio newsman Paul Harvey gave us a side of the news that we either hadn’t heard or hadn’t considered. His “Rest of the Story”…

Domestic violence awareness is for everyone

Domestic violence awareness is for everyone

By Lori Culver Domestic violence is a problem that cannot be ignored. Painful acts of abuse are happening all too frequently right here in our own community, leaving victims battered…

Stand up against organ harvesting

July 20, 1999 has to be one of the darkest days in China’s history. On that day, the peaceful exercise and meditation practice known as Falun Gong was outlawed in…

Burning a hole in Washington

Burning a hole in Washington

Frank Shiers Jr., whose award-winning editorial cartoons appear regularly in The Dispatch, laments Washington’s disastrous wildfires this summer.…

A stronger, more aware community

By Jim Heishman First, I would like to thank the town leadership for the opportunity to serve as Eatonville’s chief of police. This is but another chapter in the partnership…

Community made Art in Bloom a success

I want to thank the community for making Art in Bloom. held July 11-12, a great success. The first-time event took place at Founding Family Antiques in Eatonville. It began…

Why Graham fire levy should pass

PAT JENKINS My father has moved away and no longer is paying property taxes in the Graham Fire and Rescue district. But if he was, he’d be more than happy…

Great moments in state history

Great moments in state history

Political cartoonist Frank Shiers Jr. weighs in on Washington’s fledgling retail marijuana business.…

Pamphlet, candidate videos help; rest is up to voters

By Cindy Hartman Welcome to the 2014 election season. Pierce County is one of the few counties in Washington state that continues to mail voters’ pamphlets to every household. We…