A letter from Willie Frank III, Nisqually Tribe Chairman, who opposes changing the name of Ft. Steilacoom Park included a link to a presentation on Chief Leschi. That link – click here – in the original post has now been fixed. I apologize for my error.
In less than 24 hours, 577 responses were registered when readers were asked, “Should Ft. Steilacoom Park be renamed to Dr. Claudia B. Thomas Park?” If you are wondering where this idea came from, you can learn more here and here. The poll is now closed.
The City of Lakewood, on Sept. 16, 2021, received an amended application to rename Ft. Steilacoom Park to Dr. Claudia B. Thomas Park. The original announcement (click here to read) has garnered a number of comments. Following is the results of an anonymous poll to learn how the community feels beyond those willing to comment. […]
Curtis Senior High School graduate Mikayla Gingrey is one of two students nationwide to be chosen to participate in the Star Trek Command Training Program this fall. As noted in South Sound Magazine. Read complete story at South Sound Magazine.
Lakewold Gardens is looking for someone to fill a part-time Customer Service Assistant position, click here to download the full job description including required qualifications. Sound like the perfect job for you? E-mail us a resume and cover-letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The pipes (on Steilacoom Blvd between Lakewood Dr. and Bridgeport) are carrying 3 million gallons of sewage per day as bypass for the collapsed main beneath Steilacoom Blvd,” wrote City of Lakewood’s Jim Kopriva. The above answer from Jim came as a result of my forwarding an email from a Suburban Times reader who asked […]