The Clearwood Community Association Board of Directors plans on publishing a document of frequently asked questions and answers sourced from recent town hall meetings and will also increase the percentage it plans on loaning from its capital reserves.
Bill Camp, 71, breathes heavily through his nose as he tunes his six-string Tut Taylor dobro guitar on a recent cloudy afternoon in his office. His eyes stare at the clip-on tuner, glaring through the square frames that rest above his Einstein-esque mustache.
Christensen’s Home Furnishings’ annual Angel Tree will go up Friday, Nov. 29. The program looks to satisfy one “want” and one “need” for teenagers who otherwise might not see much cheer this holiday season.
During a Nov. 12 meeting, the Pierce County Council voted to approve a resolution indicating support for the Yelm Prairie Line Trail and the coalition working toward the trail’s completion.
A sculpture has been donated to Rainier by Myrna Orsini, a member of the Rainier Arts Commission and owner of the Monarch Sculpture Garden, and it is set to be placed along the Chehalis Western Trail in Rainier.
The City of Roy has finished its 2020 budget and is looking to pass the balanced financial document within the coming weeks, putting an end to previous worries that the city would face a shortfall during this year’s budget cycle.
The Roy City Council and staff are looking for recommendations to give away roughly two dozen new bikes donated by “Santa Claus” for kids in need.
Bill and Sara DeVore, owners of the 507 Taproom and Filling Station, have been chosen as grand marshals for this year’s Christmas Parade, put on by the Yelm Area Chamber of Commerce.
Washington State Patrol troopers responded to an accident involving three semi trucks and a sedan in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 on the Nisqually River bridge Wednesday morning.