Fircrest City Council looks to improve city’s recreation center and community pool. Read more: Fircrest looking at fixes for leaky pool, aging community center | The News Tribune
Spring Lake Cafe becomes first Fircrest business to add alcohol sales following November vote to lift Prohibition-era ban. Read more: Alcohol begins to flow in Fircrest | The News Tribune
Fircrest teen Halla Mannering demonstrated her creative skills in Pierce County Library System’s 20th annual teen writing and art contest, Our Own Expressions. Mannering, 8th grade, won third place for her short story “Reaching the Other Side” in the 7th-8th grade short story category. Mannering lives in Fircrest and attends Harrison Preparatory School.
By Bob Rudolph Washington State is the only state in the country that has no grandparents’ visitation rights, if a grandparent is unreasonably or unjustly alienated from the grandchildren by the parents. I emphasize unreasonable or unjustly alienated.
By Howard Lee Who in University Place produces the greatest number of free civic events for the Arts? Dance Theatre Northwest (a 501c3 nonprofit) annually produces 10-12 free dance performances, at area schools, a majority of whom are schools who aren’t able to fund an adequate arts program.
Enjoy a great day visiting outdoor sculptures and the Farmer’s Market on a field trip co-sponsored by UP for Arts and the City of University Place Recreation Department. Join us on Saturday, May 14 when we depart from the front of the UP Civic/Library Building at 9am headed for the Puyallup Farmer’s Market.
Parents of Wainwright-bound students are understandably unhappy about their children having to move mid-year. Read more: District needs to deliver on Wainwright promise | The News Tribune
Three Republican candidates hoping to replace the outgoing Pierce County Executive will speak at the monthly meeting of the 28th District Republican Club at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23, at the Cloverleaf Restaurant. Club members and the public are invited to hear State Sen. Bruce Dammeier, former member of the Washington Legislature Larry Faulk, and […]
On Friday, April 22nd mothers and sons can enjoy and evening just for you. There will be fun dancing tunes, games, and crafts. The fee per couple is $15 and $6 for each additional son.
On Friday, April 1 Pierce County Parks and Recreation will host a Family Bingo Night at Chambers Creek Regional Park, 9850 64th St W in University Place. The fee is $5 per person, which includes 6 game sheets. Prizes are awarded to the winner of each game. Register you and your family members by March […]