Calling Jedis, rogues and rebels of all ages. Join us as we travel to a galaxy far, far away to celebrate all things Star Wars. Play games, make art and watch a featured film.
Librarians from Pierce County Library System picked out the best books, movies, music and TV series of 2015 so you can spend your time enjoying them rather than searching. Librarians chose the 10 best in 10 categories. All are available for free with a Pierce County Library card at any of the library’s 20 locations […]
Make a Gingerbread House at Your Pierce County Library. All supplies provided.
The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges will convene its December regular business meeting Dec. 2 from 1 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. at Highline College. On the agenda is approving the college system’s 2016 state legislative agenda. Board members will also hear a presentation from representatives from the Council of Unions and Student Programs […]
All burn bans are lifted in Pierce County, effective 12pm, Monday, November 30th. With a weak front Monday evening coming from the south, we expect air pollution to mix out in most areas. Visit www.pscleanair.org/burnban to view the current burn ban status, download our mobile app, and other burn ban alert options for you area.
Nothing’s a more tempting Christmas gift than a darling wriggly puppy, but wait! Before you give that gift there are things you need to know.
Due to stagnant weather conditions and rising air pollution, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is elevating the burn ban in Greater Pierce County to a Stage 2 burn ban, effective at 1 PM today, November 27th.
America’s Credit Union (ACU) presented the funds raised from its 15th annual golf tournament to the Santa’s Castle, Madigan Foundation, and the Food Basket Program on JBLM. The tournament was held on November 6th and the community once again came out to help ACU raise money to benefit local military families.
Due to stagnant weather conditions and rising air pollution, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is issuing a Stage 1 burn ban for Greater Pierce County effective at 1 PM, November 26.