Improvement projects totaling $56.5 million are planned for Lakewood’s roads over the next six years. Between now and 2018 there are 30 projects slated for completion, totaling $28 million. That’s a lot.
Submitted by Chuck Mathias Tuesday, April 25th at 7:00 pm, Lakewood Museum Manager Emma Pierce will provide an update on what’s been keeping her busy since becoming the first paid professional to occupy her position. Her guiding principle has been Lakewood History Society’s commitment to manage and grow the museum’s exhibits and collections.
Submitted by Matt Nicholson, owner Hello Friends. We are so thankful to know you and, we have enjoyed watching you gather blessings during our Store Closing Sale. Time is nigh. Our next discount offerings range from 30% up to 75% off.
Nearly 4,270 students will be awarded degrees this week in graduation ceremonies at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Former Lakes High School graduate Elizabeth “Lizzy” Badger (Class of 2013) will be among 3,508 graduates receiving Bachelor Degrees.
The crime stats are in for the first quarter and the numbers look good. Total crime in Lakewood is down 5 percent compared to the same time last year and crimes against persons (or crimes committed by one person against another person) is down 8 percent. It is also the lowest it’s been in two […]
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Study Session on Monday, April 24, 2017 (7:00 P.M.) in the City of Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98499.) Access the agenda on the City’s website.
Erica Cox has worked for Clover Park School District for six and a half years…all at Harrison Preparatory School. Words describing her are excellence, driven and quality.
Tom Stoppard is a master of words and a firm subscriber to the Theatre of the Absurd. This can be disconcerting to some audience members who may find Stoppard’s work a bit hard to follow and a bit too repetitious and a bit long-winded, but, no matter what you call it, the wordsmith can really […]
Submitted by Jeff Beha, Pierce College Pierce College Raiders baseball team is ranked #4 in the NWAC Conference. We welcome #2 ranked Lower Columbia Red Devils on Saturday. Games are FREE and held at Mt. Tahoma H.S.
Four West Pierce Fire & Rescue personnel were recognized and received accolades by Chief Jim Sharp at tonight’s Board of Fire Commissioners meeting for their heroic actions, all while off-duty. First, Captain Garret Smith received a merit award for his assistance to a Tacoma police officer who was struggling with a man.