Come to a galaxy far, far away for the City of Lakewood’s 14th Annual “STAR WARS” Father Daughter Dance! Let the force awaken on the dance floor! Enjoy tunes from Tatooine & treats from Admiral Ackbar’s snack bar.
The Lakewood Community Foundation Fund (LCFF) has grown to an $800,000 permanent endowment, raised by citizens and the business community of Lakewood. $23,500 was distributed in 2015. 2016 grant applications are now being accepted.
A Chick-fil-A proposed for 100th Street Southwest in Lakewood is expected to draw big crowds its opening weekend, but after the initial rush traffic impacts should be minimal. Read more: Lakewood reviews preliminary designs for Chick-fil-A | The News Tribune
Tucked in the northwest corner of Clover Park Technical College’s Lakewood Campus, is Building 31, also known as the Rainier Room. The full-service dining facility is open Wednesday-Friday 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m., and provides hands-on learning for the college’s Culinary Arts students. While there is a seasonal menu for each quarter, a student specials menu — […]
Angela Thomas has logged more than 900 hours as a volunteer working with underprivileged youth in her community. She is working toward her master’s degree in teaching, to gain skills and knowledge necessary to begin a rewarding career as a music teacher.
How well do you know your local Fort Steilacoom Park? This is your chance to test your knowledge and learn more about one of the most popular parks in the Puget Sound area.
Every day major news sources are full of highly critical stories telling us cops are trigger happy, violent and racially biased. Do you ever wonder if this news is the truth, half truth or simply poisonous propaganda produced by anti-cop hate groups supported by news media because bad-cop stories, violent protests, damaged cars, broken windows […]
Congratulations to Hemodialysis Technician instructor Ken Markovits, who was selected as Clover Park Technical College’s 2016 NISOD Excellence Award recipient. Markovits was nominated by his peers and voted upon by a faculty-composed selection committee for his commitment and leadership to students, education and the college.
By Ed Kane, Freelance Graphics For a few years now Lakewood First Lions have managed to squirrel away $20,000 in a special account, and they have been itching to get it working for them. The money had been raised through a number of fundraising events and pegged for use on a Springbrook Park multi-use shelter. […]
By Julian Wheeler, Lakewood I am a disabled veteran and resident of Lakewood who recently honorably discharged from the US Army at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA. I live near Dower Elementary School and Lochburn Middle School.