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Feb. 14-16 next free days at Rainier

One down and eight more to come. Mount Rainier National Park admitted visitors free of charge on Jan. 19 in recognition of the national Martin Luther King Jr.…

Cruisers nip Hoquiam

The Eatonville Cruisers rallied in the fourth quarter for a 41-39 victory over Hoquiam in an Evergreen League girls high school basketball game Tuesday. Hoquiam led 27-25 entering…

School says ‘Go Hawks’

Not since its own team played in the semifinals of the state 1A tournament last November has Eatonville High School been so excited about a football game. On…

Game On

High school boys basketball Jan. 30: Eatonville at Montesano, Bethel at Graham-Kapowsin (7 p.m.) High school girls basketball Jan. 30: Eatonville at Montesano, Graham-Kapowsin at Bethel (7 p.m.).…

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A dog has its day at school

A dog has its day at school

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Kids and dogs are more than photogenic. They make good…

No advisory vote on mental health tax

The Pierce County Council has decided not to ask voters if they would pay more…

Legislators tap social media

Legislators tap social media

State Rep. J.T. Wilcox, whose Second District constituency includes south Pierce County, and Rep. Joel…

Civil Service Commission needs member

Pierce County is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the Civil Service Commission for…

Minor earthquake recorded near Mount Rainier

An earthquake between Eatonville and Mount Rainier was recorded Sunday evening. There were no reports…

County targets human trafficking

The Pierce County Council wants broader public awareness of human trafficking, calling it a form…

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Opinion

Volunteers come through again

Volunteers come through again

By Ruth Ferris If I were granted a New Year’s wish, I would wish that those making the decisions about jobs, education and food in our country would…

‘Welcome to Dodge’

Bob Brown, a Roy resident who writes the Hook and Fur outdoors column for The Dispatch, offers a comment on concealed guns in Kansas: “Here is an item…

Where was concern over dump project?

Re: “Tainted water source going away (Dispatch, Jan. 14). The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department seems very earnest and concerned in protecting our drinking water. Where was that concern…

And if they lose …

And if they lose …

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