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May the season be with you

May the season be with you

Here’s a mashup by cartoonist Frank Shiers Jr. of you-know-who and the new “Star Wars” box office sensation.…

Air Force One, China and Boeing

By Don C. Brunell When China’s President Xi Jinping flew into Seattle last September, his presidential airliner looked like any other Air China 747-400 passenger jet. That is because it…

Lessons from future leaders

Lessons from future leaders

By Krestin Bahr As we enter the new year in winter, the impact of activities available for children is even more important as the days shorten. Washington indeed needs rain,…

Microsoft and Eatonville Family Agency

By Ruth Ferris If we could go backwards in Dr. Who’s time machine to the beginning of the Eatonville food bank, shelves of food in someone’s basement, and bring someone…

School Board ignored labor justice

By Jami Lund An injustice remaining in society which the U.S. Supreme Court may soon correct is the ability for public school leaders to force employees to pay a union…

Reichert: I can improve leadership in Congress

(Editor: U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert, in the following statement he issued Oct. 16 in response to speculation that he might run for governor, explains why he wants to remain in…

In too deep

In too deep

“I drew this mindful of the storm and likely flooding that’s coming,” says Frank Shiers Jr., a contributor of political cartoons for The Dispatch.…

‘We are part of a glorious collection of stars’

‘We are part of a glorious collection of stars’

By Krestin Bahr Most of my life, I have thought that being an astronaut would be the best job in the world. This month, I have changed my mind after…

This ‘graffiti’ is good for community

By Alana Smith Graffiti Gratitude Stops are coming to Eatonville – a nationwide campaign to spread and experience gratitude through expressing gratefulness in an art form publically – are coming…

Morse Wildlife Preserve: Looking back after 20 years

Morse Wildlife Preserve: Looking back after 20 years

(Editor: The 20th-year celebration on Sept. 13 of the Morse Wildlife Preserve in Graham included a history of the site presented by Tom Gulbadini. It’s reprinted here.) The first recorded…