DuPont — A recent powerful storm left damage across the Northwest. Strong winds knocked down trees leaving behind damaged roofs, clogged gutters and debris-strewn lawns. Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington is reminding homeowners to beware of door-to-door solicitors who may offer shoddy repairs, or even worse, are out to rip-off unsuspecting consumers. [Read more…]
By Toni Aulerich
The Wilson High School Class of ’66 is in the process of organizing their 50th year class reunion. The reunion will be September 17, 2016 At The Canterwood Golf Course in Gig Harbor, WA. [Read more…]
Use the library’s Legos, straws and connectors, blocks and more to construct fabulous contraptions! Duplos and other blocks available for little ones. Check with your local library for more details. [Read more…]
By Paul E. Fallon
It took over 100 days for me to cycle from Boston to Seattle. I took a circuitous route that covered 6,000 miles and traversed 22 states, fueled by 5,000 calories a day and a question. Along the way, I asked hundreds of individuals, organizations and companies, “How will we live tomorrow?” [Read more…]
“Pierce and Thurston counties hold twice as many people as they did the last time Interstate 5 was widened next to Washington’s largest workplace, Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
“Plans are in place and money in hand to add lanes on I-5 alongside the base in a six-year project that will affect everybody who drives between Olympia and Tacoma.” Read the rest of Jordan Schrader’s story at The News Tribune’s website.
Jan Lucas, Tom Hansen, Jody Snyder and Dan Fannin of the Steilacoom Kiwanis Club volunteer at the Summer Concert Series. They are selling tickets for the October 24th Pancake Breakfast at Topside Bar and Grill (8-10 AM). [Read more…]
Delicious apple cider, apple pie, entertainment, kids’ crafts, the Beeman, Master Gardeners, the Big Apple and much more await visitors to the 21st annual Curran Apple Orchard Cider Squeeze in University Place on Sunday, August 30, from noon to 4pm. [Read more…]
DuPont, Wash. — Summer vacation may be over, but fraudsters are just getting started. Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington urges parents and students to brush up on their online safety knowledge before heading back to school. [Read more…]