TACOMA, Wash. – Wesley Schulz, the new director of orchestras at University of Puget Sound, has arrived on campus with a message for students—and for anyone else who may be wondering. [Read more…]
By Diane Rice
The DuPont Historical Museum is hosting a quarterly local artist showcase. This September through November the museum is showcasing beautiful watercolor paintings by Bridget King. The museum is now open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Interested in displaying your art? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. [Read more…]
Ariel Wood ’17, an International Honors student majoring in French and Global Studies at Pacific Lutheran University, is one of three national winners of the first-ever Why We Care Youth: Emerging Leaders for Reproductive Rights contest. [Read more…]
A quartet of calls to Jesseca Martinez’s cell phone around 4 a.m., June 15 shocked her out of bed.
The general manager at the Tillicum McDonald’s tried to listen to each of her employees on the other line, piecing together the fact that something was wrong at the nearby Union Crest Apartments. [Read more…]
Life Gets Better Every Day – even in your second fifty years. That’s the inspiration for the new book by Dorothy Wilhelm out this week. The book insists that while getting older is not for sissies, it’s never too late for joyful living.
This book is a companion for life’s journey. It deals with problems and situations familiar to everyone involved in making their way through their second half century. [Read more…]
The memorial service for James Childs Taylor, Jr. (1933-2015) will be held at Tillicum Baptist Church, 1:00 pm Saturday, September 26, 2015, 8415 Maple St. SW in Lakewood’s Tillicum community.
You can express your condolences here on New Tacoma Cemetery’s home page; or here in an article in The Suburban Times about Jim where a number of Lakewood City officials and others shared their thoughts, appreciation and love for Jim. [Read more…]
TACOMA – Governor Jay Inslee has appointed West Pierce Fire and Rescue Fire Captain Layne Bladow to serve on the Bates Technical College Board of Trustees. [Read more…]
Melinda Chesbro is Pierce County Library System’s new deputy director. Chesbro, a DuPont resident, is currently the library’s reading and materials director. Chesbro will continue in her current role until her replacement has been selected. [Read more…]
When Noah Hebert and Michael Engstrom graduated from their respective universities, they were confident about their prospects entering the work force.
But Hebert, who majored in communication, and Engstrom, who studied elementary education, learned that getting started in their careers would prove a challenge. [Read more…]