Locally acclaimed Steilacoom High School Band kicks off the Market season Wednesday, June 1 at 6:30pm performing at Pioneer Orchard Park, overlooking beautiful South Puget Sound and the Olympics, at the West end of the Market on Commercial Street. The market is open at 3pm at the corner of Lafayette & Wilkes Street.
By Makenna Taylor-Gonzalez Minecraft is a unique and ridiculously popular game that lives 100% online. The game is often compared to digital LEGO’s, and at it’s core, allows players to place and break blocks in a 3D world. Now, more than ever, Minecraft is being recognized as an incredibly powerful, educational tool that promotes in-game […]
The City of DuPont’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) will hold a special meeting on June 1, 2016, 10AM at DuPont City Hall, 1700 Civic Dr. DuPont, WA to approve minutes; review LTAC fund financial summary and draft 2016-17 budget calendar; and discuss a second round of funding applications for 2016.
The City of DuPont’s Annual Memorial Day Ceremony is being held on Monday, May 30th at 2:00 p.m. The ceremony includes remarks from City of DuPont Mayor Michael Courts and City Administrator Thomas E “Ted” Danek, Jr. The City is honored to welcome Congressman Denny Heck as the guest speaker. During the ceremony, there will be an unveiling of […]
How will you mark Memorial Day 2016? Clover Park High School’s history teacher David Russell reminds you to make time to stop by the school’s annual Arlington Project that blankets the school lawn as it has done annually since 2007-08. The sight of approximately 6,800 white markers, representing soldiers who’ve died in America’s recent conflicts in […]
It’s mid-May—and less than two weeks until the bell behind the Bair store is rung at 3 p.m., signaling the official start of the Town’s eighth annual Farmers Market Season. June 1 marks the kickoff of the 2016 Farmers Market Season in this waterfront community that’s part of the oldest incorporated community in Washington State.
By Paul Nimmo The news has reminded us several times over that that this May was one of the warmest in history, and yet one day of rain has hit the season hard. All games on Saturday May 21 were cancelled. However, we look forward to sunny skies soon, and hopefully a few rescheduled games.
The City of DuPont will meet on May 24 at 6 pm. Following are the agenda packets:
By Nancy Covert Contestants in Pierce County Library’s 2016 “Our Own Expressions” competition met Monday evening at Steilacoom High School Library to preview their works with the community. About 40 parents and students attended the evening event, hosted by Steilacoom Friends of the Library, designed to honor these future writers and artists. The group included […]
Drivers can expect night time lane closures on I-5 southbound between Mounts Road exit 116 and the rail bridge beginning at 9 p.m. on Thursday, May 19, to 6 a.m. on Sunday, May 22. The rail bridge is being rehabilitated as a component of the Point Defiance Bypass project, which reroutes Amtrak Cascades passenger trains […]