Submitted by Chas. Ames We no more than curbed ebola, then Zika came on a tourist visa. Jolly Old England voted to Brexit, then took the walk of shame the next day. Boy… we would never do something THAT stupid.
Submitted by Lynne Jenks-Dudschus Please join United Church at 7:00p.m. as in anticipation and to celebrate the birth of the Light of Jesus in the world and in our lives! This is our traditional service of singing “Silent Night” by candlelight to the joyful rhythm of the haunting bagpipes as played by our gifted guests Suzanne Wolfe […]
Fircrest police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man and woman who ran up $1,500 in charges after stealing personal items during a car prowl. Read more: Car prowlers who racked up $1,500 on stolen credit cards wanted in Fircrest | The News Tribune
The Fircrest City Council this week rejected a recommendation from the city’s planning commission to ban marijuana businesses. Now the council will move forward with allowing marijuana sales in city limits. Read more: Marijuana looks to be coming to Fircrest in 2017 | The News Tribune
Sarah and Jason Kriess learned last month they didn’t own the backyard of their recently purchased Fircrest home. The land was listed in a public auction Monday and by Tuesday morning the couple were confirmed as the winning bidders, having spent roughly $2,500 on land they thought they already owned. Read more: Fircrest couple buys […]
Submitted by Paul Nimmo We may be experiencing our first cold snap, but we are already preparing for the return of Baseball. The 2017 Season will usher in spring with registration beginning soon for returning players December 7, with full registration beginning January 2.
The $35-million, 65,000-square-foot Wainwright Intermediate School opened for the first time Monday in Fircrest, after experiencing a monthslong construction delay. Parents and kids say they like what they’ve seen so far. Source: Wainwright Intermediate School opens in Fircrest, after months-long delay | The News Tribune
Newlyweds bought their home in March, but didn’t know the property line ended inches from their back door. Now they have to buy the land from Pierce County at a public auction. Read more: For sale: Fircrest couple’s backyard
Motorists traveling south on I-5 will soon be seeing a new road sign. A large green and white sign, with a bright red Poppy at its base, is being placed on the highway as a reminder of the WW I Boulevard of Remembrance. The sign is to be placed at Exit 116.
Wade Stewart of Stewart & Son Computer Services, LLC in University Place has been named chair of the West Side Branch of the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce. He assumed the position on Oct. 1.