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Mountain Community Co-op looking ahead

Please join us on Oct. 8 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the MultiCare Eatonville clinic for our Mountain Community Co-op membership drive and annual meeting. We welcome your attendance…

Anti-terrorism vigilance proves we are strongest when we stand as one

By Dave Reichert Sept. 11, 2001. It was supposed to be a celebratory day. On Sept. 10, a colleague handed me test results from DNA samples found on three of…

Keep schoolkids away from pitfalls of absenteeism

Keep schoolkids away from pitfalls of absenteeism

By Krestin Bahr Eatonville Schools are back in session. The opening days of school conjure up images of backpacks stuffed with notebooks and unsharpened pencils, bulletin boards freshly decorated by…

Celebrate the important work of a community helping people

Celebrate the important work of a community helping people

By Ruth Ferris Anyone watching the political conventions knows that there is much anger in the U.S. on both the left and the right ends of the political spectrum. Whatever…

Low-cost electricity is vital for clean-tech industries

By Don C. Brunell Since the construction of Grand Coulee and Bonneville dams, Washington has enjoyed an abundance of low cost, reliable hydropower. It has been one-key competitive advantage for…

Wake up and smell the fire risk

Wake up and smell the fire risk

Many made Art in Bloom a success and community better

I want to send out a huge thank you to everyone who helped make Art in Bloom, held July 15-16, a great success. This year we raised approximately $3,250 for…

Pierce County Fair is exciting time for youth groups

I am a superintendent for the Youth Organization Department of the Pierce County Fair. Most people know about how 4-Hers are able to enter projects in the fair. But not…

The thought process in Boeing job cuts

By Don C. Brunell Boeing’s new cost-reduction plan has deep ramifications for Washington because the bulk of the 4,500 job cuts are likely to land here. CEO Dennis Muilenburg asked…

Bethel students need more play time

By Rina Thun Everywhere you go in the Bethel School District, you will see billboards advertising the district’s accomplishments, but there’s one thing you won’t see mentioned: Recess. Bethel kids…

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