Save yourself a trip to Washington, D. C. to view the city’s famous cherry trees in bloom. [Read more…]
Third Grade students at Steilacoom’s Chloe Clark Elementary School at Northwest Landing/DuPont celebrated on Thursday the 197th birthday of the early American educator, Chloe A. Clark (Willson). Clark was born on April 16, 1818 and came to Ft. Nisqually as a Methodist Missionary to teach Native American students in 1841. [Read more…]
DuPont, Wash. — Consumers can be the first line of defense in protecting their identities. According to the Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book, identity theft was the No. 1 complaint category in 2014 with 13 percent of overall complaints. In Washington, there were 10,930 reported victims. [Read more…]
DuPont, WA– Creekside Village Apartments will present The DuPont Scavenger Hunt, taking place across DuPont, WA on April 18, 2015 from 10am – 3pm. This event is FREE to residents of DuPont and surrounding areas. The DuPont Scavenger Hunt will be a fun filled event that will give local residents the chance to explore our great local business, all while having fun, and supporting the Relay for Life. [Read more…]
The DuPont Historical Society is hosting its Annual 2015 Cherry Blossom Tea and Vintage Fashion Show on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 2pm at the Chloe Clark Elementary School in DuPont. This year’s them is: Women in Action: A Hundred Years of Ladies’ Sports Fashions.
The Tea includes a Vintage Fashion show featuring a 100 years of Ladies Sports fashions from the Goodwill Vintage Collection and modeled by the Golden Oldies Guild; light tea snacks; theme decorated tables and a raffle for great gifts. Doors open at 1:30pm, tea begins at 2pm. Tea attire appropriate, vintage attire encouraged. [Read more…]
By Phil Roy
Join us as we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus on Easter Sunday, April 5th. Morning Worship Services are at 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
We offer Sunday School/Small Group Bible Study at both hours for all ages starting at birth to Senior Adults. [Read more…]
With the looming tax deadline and the demand from consumers for financial stability, Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington advises people to take action during April’s Financial Literacy Month. [Read more…]
DuPont – America’s Credit Union has hired Robert Goebel as its new Vice President of Lending. Robert has more than 25 years of experience in financial services. He started his professional career as an internal auditor for Great Western Bank. He moved on to Ocwen Financial Corporation, the largest non-bank mortgage loan servicer in the United States. Robert then joined Southeast Toyota Finance, where he served in various positions including Internal Audit Manager, Collections Manager, National Credit Manager, Dealer Credit Manager and National Remarketing Manager. [Read more…]
OLYMPIA – Samone Watkins, a student at Pioneer Middle School, spent the last week as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Watkins was one of 14 students who served as Senate pages for the ninth week of the 2015 legislative session. [Read more…]
DUPONT – Former JBLM Soldier Matt Helder today announced that he will run for an open seat on DuPont’s City Council. The seat is currently held by Kathy Trotter.
Helder is a former U.S. Army Captain who served with the 2nd Stryker Brigade at JBLM. He deployed to Afghanistan from 2012 to 2013 where he earned both the Bronze Star and Combat Action Badge. [Read more…]