The Day of Champions is a non-competitive track and field meet for our student athletes with disabilities. Students will compete in various events such as Long Jump, 50-Yard Dash, Shuttle Run and more. [Read more…]
The white frame structure that stands at the top of Main Street in Steilacoom, looking like a light house, is getting a face lift. Wayne Becker and Daniel Linder (WB Contractors of Milton) began work replacing siding and a handrail at the historic Immaculate Conception Mission Church. [Read more…]
The Steilacoom Historical Museum is one of more than 2,000 museums across America to offer free admission to military personnel and their families this summer from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2015, in collaboration with the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families and the Department of Defense. [Read more…]
“Steilacoom will soon have another restaurant. Expect a summer opening for De La Terre, from Blake Lord-Wittig and fiance Rajona Champatiray. The restaurant will open in the space vacated by La Creme Brulee.” Read the rest of Sue Kidd’s story at The News Tribune’s website.
- Council Meeting – June 2, 2015 at 6:30 PM at Town Hall
- Civil Service – June 4, 2015 at 2:00 PM at the Community Center.
- Planning Commission – June 8, 2015 at 6:30 PM at Town Hall.
- Preservation and Review Board – May 27, 2015 at 6:30 PM at Town Hall.
Included in the agenda at Steilacoom’s May 5 Council Meeting, Mayor Ron Lucas provided an impromptu civics lesson. By way of explanation to a group of Steilacoom High School seniors attending as part of their civics class requirements, Mayor Lucas paused frequently to explain the council process to the students. As part of the civics class requirements, explained Gary Wusterbarth, SHS civics teacher/basketball coach, “students are required to achieve four political hours observing school board meetings, town councils, community forms, etc. before the end of the class semester.” [Read more…]
Pierce County ferry riders in large vehicles and vehicles with low ground clearance – such as an RV, commercial truck or a vehicle towing a trailer – traveling to or from Anderson or Ketron islands for Memorial Day weekend should plan ahead to avoid extreme tides on May 22. [Read more…]
May 17, l980—a group of sports fans gathered that evening at one of the local watering holes in Moses Lake, after a hard day at the ball fields, competing for spots in the regional softball tournament—“there’s nothing to do around here,” several of them groused while downing their brews. [Read more…]
The Steilacoom Town Council will meet on Tuesday, May 19 (6:30 pm) in the Steilacoom Town Hall. Following is the meeting agenda: [Read more…]
By Noah Tchobanoff
I am very proud to announce that our Central Pierce Fire and Rescue team took first place in the Rec Division Saturday May 16 in this years BLEVE Soccer Tournament by going undefeated in four games. The Seattle Soccer BLEVE is a Firefighter and Law Enforcement charity soccer tournament benefitting Treehouse. [Read more…]