In its continuing public education campaign around the fast trains scheduled to speed through Lakewood later this year, the state Department of Transportation has planned a free public event Sunday at Clover Park Technical College.
By Ed Kane, Freelance Graphics A reception for artist Carole Boughton met with a greater than expected number of attendees, surprising and pleasing many at Lakewood City Hall, including event coordinator Chelsea Roberts of the Lakewood Arts Commission. Her count during the event indicated about 60 people came to view the numerous watercolor scenes Boughton […]
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Ruben Cortinas joined the Lancer Family in October of last year and is currently a junior. He was also named Lakewood Rotary’s Student of the Month for May. Ruben has quickly endeared himself to staff and students. Dedicated, caring and hard-working are a few words to describe him.
May 25, 2017 “JBLM & Pacific Force Projection” Captain Cain Claxton, I Corps Public Relations Officer, and Tom Morgan, Military Historian (Gil – MC) The Lakewood United group meets at 7 AM every Thursday at Burs Restaurant, which is located at 6151 Steilacoom Boulevard SW in Lakewood. The upcoming topic is as follows:
Submitted by Rep. Dick Muri Could Washington someday be the target of a nuclear attack? Many of us have watched with growing concern as tensions continue to grow between the United States and North Korea. Because of our proximity to the Korean peninsula, the media often reports that Seattle tops the list of potential targets.
The Lakewood City Council is currently seeking volunteers to fill vacancies on the Public Safety Advisory Committee and the Landmarks & Heritage Advisory Board:
LAKEWOOD, WASH.— Clover Park School District (CPSD) will host a public forum on Wednesday, May 24 to share information on its budget preliminary review for the 2017-18 school year.
A long-simmering feud between police leaders of Lakewood and Ruston and a former colleague leads to a surprising public refusal to provide assistance. Read more: Internal feud prompts Lakewood police chief to deny police aid to Ruston | The News Tribune
A large black bear has been spotted lumbering down Bridgeport Way and hanging in a field behind a house. Fish & Wildlife officials captured it and will release it back into the wild. Read more: Black bear captured after morning stroll in Lakewood neighborhood | The News Tribune