At Monday’s City Council meeting Lakewood Police Chief Mike Zaro presented the department’s year-end report from 2016. Included are statistics on hiring – Lakewood Police added 10 officers, one animal control officer and an evidence custodian, as well as data on the various crimes Lakewood police officers respond to.
Submitted by James Leet, Lakewood’s Choice Youth have a lot to say about Marijuana. They see it and smell it in their schools, neighborhoods & homes. Over the past few months there’s been a lot of conversation between adults in response to a recent article in the TNT, found here: “Ban Pot or Don’t: Decide, […]
LAKEWOOD, WASH.— Clover Park High School seniors Carlos Alvarez, Sina Pritchard and Jasmin Rodriguez have been awarded full-tuition college scholarships by the Act Six program.
The Clover Park Technical College Interior Design program hosted its Winter Student Portfolio Exhibition Friday, showcasing the work of 15 students in the McGavick Conference Center.
The agenda packet for Pierce Transit’s upcoming March 23, 2017 Executive Finance Committee meeting may be accessed on the Agency’s website by clicking here.
March 23, 2017 “Lakewood Public Safety” – Lieutenant Jeff Alwine, Lakewood Police Department Professional Standards Section (Kris– MC) The Lakewood United group meets at 7 AM every Thursday at Burs Restaurant, which is located at 6151 Steilacoom Boulevard SW in Lakewood. Upcoming topics are as follows:
Kimberly Butler, an eighth-grade student at Pioneer Middle School in DuPont, recently spent a week at the Capitol working as a page for the Washington State Senate. Kimberly was one of 19 students who served as Senate pages for the tenth week of the 2017 legislative session.
As a member of the military working full time while raising a family, George Thomas did not have a lot of free time to pursue his education back in 1979. Based at Fort Lewis, he knew that earning a college degree was a goal he needed to achieve to advance in his career.
Pierce County is seeking seven volunteer members to serve on the Veterans Advisory Board. Eligible candidates must be a veteran. Ideal candidates shall be members of a nationally recognized veterans’ service organization.
Submitted by Learning Is ForEver From the end of WWI to the beginning of The Great Depression, African American artists, writers, musicians, philosophers, and just plain folk flocked to Harlem. Sharon Russell will give a multimedia presentation on the quest for racial equality through the development of their distinctive artistic voices, circa 1920- 1930.