Submitted by Jessica Killmer Our service animal, Max (cat) had unfortunately wondered away from home yesterday (9/26/16). He is an orange tabby, with yellowish eyes, long/medium hair, and black and white whiskers. His family misses him very much! If you see him, please call (253) 448-5875 or (253) 229-6844.
September 29, 2016 “Pierce County Superior Court 101” – Shelly K. Speir, Civil Litigator at Troup, Christnacht, Ladenburg, McKasy, Durkin & Speir, Inc., P.S., Tacoma, Washington; and Grant Blinn, Municipal Court Judge serving Lakewood, University Place, Steilacoom and DuPont. (Gil – MC) The Lakewood United group meets at 7 AM every Thursday at Burs Restaurant, […]
By John Munn, Lakewood Playhouse The Lakewood Playhouse is proud to announce that Nena Curley, our wonderful Production Manager, has been named as the new Technical Director for Curtis High School. This is an amazing opportunity for her and, although we will miss her outstanding work at the Lakewood Playhouse, we are thrilled for the opportunity […]
LAKEWOOD, Wash — Lakes High School was closed early after students staged a walk out. The protest stems from a KOMO News investigation that exposed sexual assaults against students with special needs.The demonstrating students said they are not getting Read more: Lakes High School closed after student protest over safety | KOMO
Submitted by Becky Huber Nisqually Tribal leader, Billy Frank, Jr. will be the topic of the Lakewood Historical Society’s program on Tues, September 27th at 7 pm. It will be held in the Parish Hall at St Mary’s Episcopal Church located at 10630 Gravelly Lake Dr. SW, Lakewood.
By Chad Tibayan The Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound Lakewood Branch received a summer grant with Regal Entertainment Group. The grant included a $1500 award to offset cost during the participation of the club. It was an amazing experience for the youth ages 6-18.
The following is the construction schedule for the South Tacoma Way project for the week beginning Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, according to the Lakewood Public Works Department: Expect lane closures as work continues on the east side of South Tacoma Way. Contractor will be continuing work on the waterlines and electrical systems. Additional work will occur off […]
Sound Transit’s contractor Stacy Witbeck will be postponing the full road closure at the intersection of North Thorne Lane Southwest and the rail crossing until mid-October. The intersection will be closed to through traffic from 7 p.m. Friday evening until 6 a.m. Monday morning. The work will occur 24 hours per day for the duration […]
LAKEWOOD, Wash. — A parent should never wonder: Is my child safe at school? But the KOMO Investigators have uncovered a shocking failure by one local school district that allowed sexually aggressive students to repeatedly target the most vulnerable kids. Read more: Clover Park Schools failed to protect vulnerable students from predators
LAKEWOOD – Last month, Skanska construction workers and sub-contractors, working on the new Evergreen Elementary School on Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), began a back to school supply drive for students at Tillicum Elementary. On Sept. 16, Skanska representatives delivered donated supplies and money amounting to $4,800 to Tillicum Elementary students.