Pierce Transit is in a time of transition from a route system designed four decades ago to one that better meets the traveling needs of the region today and into the future. To meet that goal, the agency is conducting a comprehensive analysis of its existing bus service to help form recommendations for improvements and […]
By Jon Cox Lakes Class of ’66 Classmates. As you know, or as your 50th Class Reunion Committee hopes you know. Our 50th Class Reunion is rapidly approaching. The Lakes Class of 1966 50th Class Reunion is on Saturday night, September 10th, 2016 at the Emerald Queen Casino & Hotel in Fife, WA.
Pierce County Ferry riders will purchase their ferry tickets through a new ticketing system starting July 26. Riders will be able to buy their tickets online at www.piercecountywa.org/ferry, at the Steilacoom Terminal and via a new smartphone app.
A new scratch on the bumper or avoiding activities that require leaving home are often the first signs that families should talk with their aging parents about driving. Unfortunately, those conversations are not happening enough.
By Debby Abe Carrying on a decades-long tradition, the Tacoma Buddhist Temple will host its annual Bon Odori Japanese Folk Dance Festival on Saturday, July 30. The popular street fest features dancers in colorful kimonos and cotton yukatas performing communal dances in front of the temple. Everyone is welcome to participate. Just jump into the […]
By Charles Ames Some random rumblings about the Cleveland bout… In the interest of full disclosure, Trump and I are a lot alike; we both have a Melania on our arm (and I really should get a doctor to look at that).
By John Edward Lebeter Based on the following resume, would you hire this person? Do you know anyone looking for an emplyee with the following skill set?
TACOMA –A Pierce County man in his 20s tested positive for the Zika virus. The man likely caught the virus recently while in Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory known to have mosquitoes infected with the Zika virus.
By Don Anderson, Lakewood, Washington Bruce Dammeier is the most qualified candidate for Pierce County Executive. While his opponents are truly decent people, Bruce is not a career politician. As a result, he has varied experience which makes him the best prepared to address the challenges of the job.
Bicyclists can now pick up the latest version of the Pierce County Bike Map at public libraries and most city halls and bike shops around the county.