The state is kicking off a three-day survey to count the number of people who walk or bike to their destination – and there’s still time to help. Anyone who would like to volunteer to help count can register and download tally forms online. Volunteer spots are open statewide, especially in some of the participating […]
New Tacoma Cemeteries and Funeral Home: Teddy Michael Haggarty. Edwards Memorial Funerals Homes, Chapels and Crematories: Kathryn Irene Litwin; Martha Brunner; Michael Louis McLaughlin; Claudia May Brougham; Ralf Westenhofer; Sofia Salazar; Frances Ann Trierweiler. Mountain View Funeral Home: Tracy J. Hanson; Bernard Francis McCormick.
Submitted by Ed Kane, Freelance Graphics Rob Roy is now on display at Lakewood City Hall. No, not that Rob Roy.
Tacoma, Wash. – Come join your local elected officials as they walk (bike) a mile (actually just over 4 miles) in a Tacoma bike rider’s shoes (saddle? bike? you get it). As the number of capital investments grow in Tacoma, it is important that our city stays well connected for those of us on foot […]
Submitted by Don Doman In the 1950s it seemed to snow every winter. Not just a light dusting, but inches. Snow was always fun. I think every car carried chains. My father had an old Jeep station wagon. It had once been maroon and tan (to give it the “woody” affect), but he spray painted […]
The City of Lakewood has received a permit application for a project site that will include three existing lots located at 5915, 5909, and 5903 Lake Grove Street SW totaling approximately 2.06 acres. Currently onsite are two single family homes which are proposed to be removed and replaced with a 30 unit apartment complex. The development […]
Mountain View Funeral Home: John Earl Gaines Sr.
If you’ve wondered whether tai chi would be worth pursuing, there’s a great chance to learn about this ancient martial art and personal development form at the Washington State Fair September 23 (3:30 to 5:30 pm) in the Home Arts Building.
Submitted by Annie Wright Schools Annie Wright Schools received full authorization to deliver the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP), making Annie Wright the only school in Washington and one of fewer than 20 schools in the United States to offer the full continuum of IB programming from Preschool to Grade 12.
Submitted by Home Instead Senior Care The number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease is expected to triple – from five million today to more than 16 million by 2050 – unless a cure is found. As the number of people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias increases, so too, will the need for communities to […]