Submitted by Brad Hilliard When the summer heat reaches 90 degrees it only takes ten minutes for the inside of your car to reach 110. This is a deadly situation for anyone, especially small children and pets.
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Study Session on Monday, June 26 (7:00 P.M.) in the City of Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98499.) Access the agenda on the City’s website.
Submitted by Don Doman It is estimated that the average person puts on 10 pounds during the holiday season. We eat more often and we eat much richer foods during the holidays, so it is easy to put on pounds without realizing it. Most people think that they don’t have to worry about gaining weight […]
New Tacoma Cemeteries and Funeral Home: Oleg Leonov; Lucille Marion Byrnes; Jeannette Mae Doust. Mountain View Funeral Home: Elaine De Luna; Linda Marie Fredrickson; Nora Reyna; Steven Tumua Foafoa; Winnijean Mae Keister.
– Retired Navy Captain Denny Sapp (R) and Gilbert discuss other affordable housing projects in the works for veterans. – The Veteran residents at the Tacoma Rescue Mission. The Vets take pride in the way they maintain the sleeping rooms they share. By Joan Brown Despite job fairs and other support, many Puget Sound military […]
The Washington State Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues & Employment and the Washington State Business Leadership Network are now accepting award nominations for employers and individuals who make extra efforts to recruit, hire, advance and retain employees with disabilities.
Submitted by B. J. Coleman The Moscow Ballet will be holding free open auditions for ballet students AGE 6-18 from all around the Pierce County area for a once in a lifetime experience! Students chosen will have the exciting opportunity to dance with this internationally renowned Russian ballet company.
Submitted by Don Doman When we planned our kitchen remodeling twenty years ago we considered going with tile floors, but a friend said, “Why? Every time you drop a glass or dish it will break.” We went with vinyl and every time we dropped a plate or glass and it broke I kicked myself of […]
Outstanding community service and innovation led to Tacoma Public Utilities receiving two awards today from the American Public Power Association (APPA). The awards were accepted at the APPA National Conference by TPU Community Connection Program Manager Erika Tucci, Tacoma Power Conservation Program Coordinator Jordan Whiteley, and TPU Utility Board Vice Chair Monique Trudnowski.
Submitted by WorkForce Central What’s next? It’s the question faced by every military servicemember when they retire. It can be daunting: after 20 years with a clear career path, a built-in network and specialized training that may not seem to translate into civilian life, a servicemember can feel lost or overwhelmed.