By David Anderson From learning to drive to learning about life, girls need their dads. Mexican gun running; State Department lying; IRS conservative targeting; DOJ accused of spying; Sebelius out HHS fundraising; NSA cell phone monitoring; Holder to stay, he’s insisting; Obama concedes Plan-B ruling; gun control fires kept burning; and a partridge in a […]
By David Anderson How important is a story of the biggest catch ever? At the boathouse we give away free coffee for good fish stories which, actually, isn’t saying much since even without a good fish story we also say “If you can drink it you can have it.”
Story & Photo – Joseph Boyle After retiring on April Fools Day, I fired up my 2003 Harley Davidson Road King motorcycle and down the road I went. Check out the photo of the hat I custom ordered for all my pals on the ride. The hat tells it all. “BAMR – 2013 / Mississippi […]
Story & Photo – Joseph Boyle Most of you are probably familiar with author, John Grisham. He has written over 20 best selling novels, one work of non-fiction and a collection of stories. Historically, all of his novels were directed towards the adult audience. They have been block busters and listed as #1 Best Sellers […]
By David Anderson We’d fished the entire day and caught nothing. Until that final cast. Just a stone’s throw from where the Little Michelle River intersects the much bigger Nisqually, there’s a pool, deep and dark, a back-eddy created by a bend in the broad and otherwise very rapidly moving water.
Story & Photo – Joseph Boyle Since 2010 when I joined Publisher Ben Sclair’s effort related to publishing The Suburban Times, it became quickly apparent that you, our valued readers, are drawn to The Suburban Times because of the in-depth investigative reporting on important and pivotal stories that are constantly unfolding in the very pathway […]
By David Anderson, president, Tillicum Woodbrook Neighborhood Association City of Lakewood representatives will be making a presentation to the Tillicum Community on Thursday, June 6th, 6:30 P.M. at the Tillicum Community Center, 14916 Washington Ave. to give a traffic count (and an account) of traffic “flow.” This is a picture (below) of traffic — thanks to […]
By David Anderson If you were on the vetting committee — if in fact there were a vetting committee — who would you pick to win, the tortoise or the hare, and why? ‘What’s a vetting committee,’ you ask? That’s a good question and the very best place to begin something we dare not take for […]
By David Anderson What if you found out you’d been playing Monopoly all wrong all your life? Endlessly circling the board hoping to throw the right number on the dice enabling you to land on the right property giving you the opportunity you’d otherwise never have had to sell all you owned to purchase that one […]
By David Anderson Planning on seeing “The Purge,” coming to theaters June 7? The R-rated Sci-Fi not-likely-to-be-a-financial-flop flick given recent fanfare has 23,739 thumbs-up folks frolicking to its YouTube official trailer.
By David Anderson Injuries were minor but the insults were major in cross-the-country reaction to the I-5 bridge collapse. The New York Times calls it “the creeping train of detoured vehicles,” referencing the new circuitous route of 67,000 cars and trucks that daily had crossed over the Skagit River before the four-lane bridge was bumped […]
By David Anderson Anticipating council action to put a measure on the ballot to raise taxes, a reason to vote no. The casinos in Lakewood can’t afford more taxes but the citizens can?