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 Charles Ames Congressman Denny Heck (D-WA) paid a visit to the Springbrook Neighborhood Association as Guest Speaker July 21. The meeting facility is provided by Centerforce. It is the first time a federal elected official has attended a Lakewood neighborhood association. Among the topics discussed were the major renovation of Bridgeport Way between Interstate […]
When I’m at city council meetings and have signed up for my three-minutes of fame – speaking my mind at the microphone – I’ve forewarned whoever is sitting next to me that when my name is called could they let me know?
They’re a bunch of kids at heart and always will be, whether they are the Tillicum Crushers or the Seattle Mariners. That’s the game of baseball. The game against the Chicago White Sox July 18 was Crusher baseball at its most glorious best, only being played by the Mariners.
It is human nature to ponder, to procrastinate and pontificate, to build sandcastles in the air. Speaking of which, July 23 is the sandcastle contest in Long Beach, WA, “the 32nd annual Long Beach Sand-Sculpting Competition Extravaganza: ‘SandSations’.”
By Joan C., Lakewood Has anyone heard or do they know if it’s true that Syrian refugees will be or are already here by orders of the Federal Government, to be housed in military family on JBLM specifically McChord AB without public knowledge or consent of the citizens of Lakewood? It’s already happening in the […]
To be abandoned, literally, means to be “put under someone’s jurisdiction.” Spellbound. Under the influence. Mesmerized. That was the river as a young man – and still as a much older man, thanks to the memories – to me. Now it may be the Enchanted Valley chalet that is abandoned to the river.
By Edith Owen Wallace Recently, a water main broke in my Lakewood neighborhood on a Sunday morning. The break occurred in a filled area with little or no mapping records. Bringing in specific equipment and working thru the night the break was found at 22 feet and repaired. Water was restored early Monday morning. The […]
LAKEWOOD – From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, July 14, law enforcement officers will direct traffic through three dark intersections while crews prepare to activate a new traffic signal system. During the four-hour period, drivers are advised to expect delays at the following intersections:
TACOMA, WA – Judy Young, who served more than 30 years as an attorney for Washington State, is the new director for District 32 Toastmasters.