Recently I had the opportunity to visit with Ms. Jan Rich and her writing class. It quickly became obvious to me that Jan is one of our community assets. She, with great dedication and love, manages a writer’s group that meets at our Lakewood Senior Activity Center located at 9112 Lakewood Drive SW, Lakewood, Washington […]
Not like it matters these days after Thanksgiving any more than it did the day of.
TACOMA, WASH. — Why did Chinese President Xi Jinping visit Tacoma? Was it a random choice, or is there a behind-the-scenes story? What are the economic, cultural and political implications for our region of this unprecedented attention from the world’s second most powerful nation?
On Wednesday, Nov. 25, the 6th Annual Fallen Officers Food Drive took place at the Lakewood Police Department.
Due to stagnant weather conditions and rising air pollution, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is elevating the burn ban in Greater Pierce County to a Stage 2 burn ban, effective at 1 PM today, November 27th.
America’s Credit Union (ACU) presented the funds raised from its 15th annual golf tournament to the Santa’s Castle, Madigan Foundation, and the Food Basket Program on JBLM. The tournament was held on November 6th and the community once again came out to help ACU raise money to benefit local military families.
I observed a group of people forming up at the Lakewood Towne Center across from Five Guys Burgers and Fries. They were putting on look-a-like green protester shirts, dragging out protester banners, waiving protester stake signs while warming up their protester voices in preparation for yelling at the innocent public passing by their location. Pushing […]
Anderson Island’s Historical Society is “fortunate to have volunteers who turn out in any weather—from sweltering summer to recent freezing rains,” says Lucy Stephenson, AIHS’s spokesperson.
University Place – The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST), a local nonprofit organization who provides innovative leadership, support, advocacy, educational and socialization opportunities for people with brain injury and their families, is pleased to announce a new campaign to help support real-life superheroes. Beginning November 30, 2015 and running for five, consecutive days, the community […]
Due to stagnant weather conditions and rising air pollution, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is issuing a Stage 1 burn ban for Greater Pierce County effective at 1 PM, November 26.