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Charter schools: Who loses?

Charter schools: Who loses?

In the wake of the state Supreme Court’s ruling against charter schools, political cartoonist Frank Shiers Jr. weighs in.…

Yarnbombers hope for good things for town

Yarnbombers hope for good things for town

By Tillie Vuksich For one week this summer, residents and visitors of Eatonville had a unique art display down Mashell Avenue. It was called a Yarnbomb – a large public…

Help put a hat on infants and cancer patients

By Nora Schindler Mary (not her real name) was born early and underweight. Her unmarried mother gave birth to her in a Tacoma hospital recently. When Mary was finally healthy…

Shine light on too-high college costs

By Don. C. Brunell The Obama Administration announced it will begin providing Pell grants to federal prisoners, effectively overturning a 1994 ban on the practice. While overturning the ban requires…

Make park more accessible for future festivals

To members of Eatonville Town Council: For over 20 years, I have attended Eatonville Lions’ Art Festival. This year for the first time, I couldn’t attend. Last year I suffered…

Drought adds to man-made problems for salmon

By Lorraine Loomis Water – how much we have and how clean it should be – is on the minds of many these days as the drought rolls on in…

Caring community backed Art in Bloom

I wanted to thank everyone who attended Art in Bloom, held Friday evening and Saturday, July 24 and 25, at Terry and Sharon Van Eaton’s home. The event raised approximately…

Feeding hearts, minds and tummies

By Alana Smith Hunger is a silent hardship. It can strike anyone at any time. The face of hunger in Eatonville may surprise you. It is not the meagerly clothed…

Water emergency puts conservation front and center

An open letter from the town of Eatonville to customers of its municipal water system: Governor Jay Inslee has declared a statewide drought emergency due to a widespread lack of…

Wildfire woes

Wildfire woes

As treacherous as the wildfire season has been this year in Pierce County and the rest of western Washington, it’s still worse in the east side of the state. “So…