The Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chapter 407, is holding its 10th annual charity golf tournament on Saturday, June 24, 2017, to benefit our local veterans. Over the past nine years, the proceeds have gone to support the veterans in our state’s soldiers and veterans homes in Orting and Retsil, and to support the […]
Submitted by MultiCare’s Center for Healthy Living Since 1973, Sound to Narrows has encouraged healthy living by offering fun-filled runs/walks for all ages and ability groups. The featured 12K run/walk routes through beautiful Point Defiance Park.
Submitted by Dennis Higashiyama The Studio Fitness Healthy Start 5k will take place this Saturday, May 13th with check-in beginning at 9:00am in the Studio Fitness Parking Lot (11112 Gravelly Lake Drive SW, Lakewood 98499). This fun run hosted by Studio Fitness is a fundraiser for the City of Lakewood’s Healthy Start after school programs.
Submitted by Michael McCune University Place Aquatic Club (UPAC) hosted the largest meet in the clubs history at the Mark Olson Classic this weekend. 640 individual athletes from 14 different teams participated in the meet. Over the two days, more than 1800 spectators attended the meet.
Submitted by Jeff Beha, Pierce College Pierce College Raiders baseball team is ranked #4 in the NWAC Conference. We welcome #2 ranked Lower Columbia Red Devils on Saturday. Games are FREE and held at Mt. Tahoma H.S.
Submitted by Cindy McKitrick STEILACOOM – On Wednesday about 12:30PM, during this latest wind storm, the Fastpitch Girls Team – playing at the Old Pioneer Middle School Ballfield – had a bit of a quandary to deal with.
Come March 29th several Police Officers from various agencies along with several Teachers/Administrators from local school districts will take to the hardwood floor in our 8th Annual Cops vs Teachers Charity Basketball event. Every year we determine a local need/cause and ALL the proceeds from the event support this need.
TACOMA – Charles Wright Academy senior Cooper Cochran signed a letter of intent on Friday, March 10, to play football at the University of Puget Sound. His family, coaches, trainer, teachers, and classmates—including from the Lower School—were in attendance to celebrate his latest accomplishment with him.
The Clover Park High School graduate won three times on the PGA Tour, played in the 1969 Ryder Cup — and brought joy to thousands as an entertainer, mentor and instructor Read more: Tacoma gold icon Ken Still dies at 82 | The News Tribune
OK, so the Mariners probably don’t know who the Crushers are. Truth be told, our daughter and son-in-law were at Spring Training over the weekend down in Peoria, Arizona.