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Hot times putting a dent in water use

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Water suppliers in south Pierce County, faced with hot, dry weather that shows no sign of chilling out soon, are asking customers to either stop…

It’s a free concert on Fridays

A series of free outdoor concerts on Friday evenings at Meridian Habitat Park in South Hill will start July 10 with the Fabulous Murphtones, a five-member band that plays rock…

Fires didn’t take holiday off

As expected, the Fourth of July holiday weekend was filled with accidental fires in south Pierce County – where, like everywhere else regionally and statewide, hot and dry conditions created…

Recall charges against county prosecutor: ‘Bully’ or just ‘good work?’

Recall charges against county prosecutor: ‘Bully’ or just ‘good work?’

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Recall charges have been filed against Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney Mark Lindquist, accusing him of misconduct in his official duties. The allegations were submitted by…

Meeting July 8 for Eatonville schools budget

The Eatonville School District’s budget for the 2015-16 academic year will be the subject of a community meeting of the School Board July 8. The meeting is scheduled for 6…

Fireworks wish: No fires, nobody gets hurt

With sensibility and maybe some luck, this Fourth of July won’t be a fiery one. At least, that’s what fire safety officials are hoping. But that’s not likely, based on…

Election bringing mostly status quo

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Eatonville Town Councilman Brenden Pierce’s decision to not seek re-election this year completes a turnover of every elected office at town hall in the past…

Heat is on; so is pressure on electrical system

Puget Sound Energy is encouraging its 1 million-plus electricity customers to be more energy conscious than usual as temperatures climb into the high 80s and the 90s over the next…

Fund-raising underway for Kids Trek

A drive to raise $40,000 in support of a new children’s feature at Northwest Trek is in the stretch run. The Northwest Trek Foundation is trying to raise the 40k…

Jordan next stop for Fulbright award winner

Jordan next stop for Fulbright award winner

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Jade Graddy, a University of Washington student who says she takes a little bit of Eatonville with her wherever she goes, has been offered a…