Submitted by Richard Mercier. Thank you, voters, for propelling Whitney Holz through the primaries and on to the General election. There is never a wrong time to do the right thing and now is the time to do the right thing and elect Whitney Holz to the University Place School Board. She believes, as I […]
A press release from Washington State House Democrats. 28th Legislative District State Reps. Mari Leavitt and Dan Bronoske are hosting a series of informal coffee and conversation events throughout the 28th Legislative District. Due to rising COVID-19 cases, the remainder of these events will be held online in order to help keep our community healthy and safe. Please visit the […]
An announcement from Karen Pease. Members of University Place Presbyterian Church will begin hosting weekly (Wednesdays, 9-10 am) English as a Second Language Zoom chats. Attendees will discuss the day’s topic with tutors and friends in small groups. Contact Marion at UPPC for Zoom connection information. Classes start Sept. 29.
A social media post from University Place School District. University Place School District is hiring. Do you like working with kids? Do you like summers off? Visit upsdjobs.hrmplus.net for job postings.
Submitted by William Hodge, Sr., University Place. As a retiree with considerable experiences in working with various governmental and educational boards, I have watched with interest the current race for the University Place School Board Position Number 1 position, and offer the following for University Place voters’ consideration: It is important to note that both […]
An announcement from City of University Place. Jazz in the Village takes place on Wednesdays from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Civic Building Atrium!Stop by for a free concert during the lunchtime hour with Eugene Bien on the piano and new featured guests every week! Sept. 22 – Jennifer Lind and Eugene Bien (Pop, Jazz) Sept. […]
A press release from City of University Place. Pollution from car tires that flows into our waterways is extremely poisonous to Coho salmon. Research shows that the newly discovered toxic chemical associated with tires (6PPD-quinone) is the reason large numbers of salmon are dying in Northwest creeks before they have a chance to spawn. That’s […]
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.
Submitted by Melanie Kirk-Stauffer. Dance Theatre Northwest offers students age 4 through adult a variety of training opportunities. Programs range from creative movement to instruction in classical ballet, Pointe, partnering, Broadway style or lyrical jazz, musical theatre, dance exercise and tap for those of varying abilities and interest levels. Fees range from $5-60 per classroom […]
An announcement from City of University Place. On Sept. 7, the U.P. City Council held its first hybrid meeting, combining both in-person and remote attendance. This format will continue for the foreseeable future, with the next hybrid meeting scheduled for Monday, Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m. For those who choose to participate in the meeting […]
A story from City of University Place. The Collected Home, a source for creative home décor, will host a special outdoor Pop-Up Shop on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at their new location at 7902 27th St. W., Suite #9. Check out the unique creations of several different vendors who offer […]
Submitted by Chris Saunders. On Wednesday, September 15 the first meeting of our coalition United for University Place will take place. The purpose of the coalition is to step into the needs, issues and gaps of our community. This fall we will be working on a community assessment. Anyone interested in participating or has info […]