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Becker part of child obesity project

Becker part of child obesity project

A state senator from the Eatonville area said she is looking forward to participating in the Excellence in State Public Health Law Program, a group brought together by the non-profit…

Pierce County Fair Thursday through Sunday

Free entertainment and 4H animals will be among the sights and sounds of the Pierce County Fair when its 66th year as a summertime tradition starts Thursday. The four-day fair…

Highway reopening for five days

The state Department of Transportation (DOT) will temporarily open a closed section of State Route 7 to accommodate traffic this weekend that’s expected to be higher than normal because of…

Incumbent port commissioner ahead

Connie Bacon, who has held the office for 16 years, is halfway home in her bid to remain a Port of Tacoma Commissioner. Bacon is the clear frontrunner in early,…

Schaub leading mayor race; Bowman second

Treasurer Mike Schaub and Town Councilman Gordon Bowman emerged Tuesday as the frontrunners in the primary election race for mayor of Eatonville. In early ballot counting after voting closed, Schaub…

Motorcyclist dies in crash

A collision Monday in the Spanaway area between a motorcycle and an automobile left one person dead, the State Patrol reported. The fatality was identified as Tristan T. Newton, 27,…

Tourism campaign is ‘fearless’

Tourism campaign is ‘fearless’

The Tacoma Regional Convention + Visitor Bureau [TRCVB] proudly revealed its new brand identity for Tacoma + Pierce County at a launch celebration yesterday. More than two hundred guests took…

Volunteers needed for Mineral Fire Department

The Mineral Volunteer Fire Department is down to three emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and seeking men and women who are interested in the volunteer duty. “We are in need of…

Town takes on medical marijuana’s ‘gray area’

Anyone wanting to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Eatonville will have to comply with local, state and federal regulations for such businesses, the Town Council has decided. The council…

Aerospace race prompts ‘call to action’

Aerospace race prompts ‘call to action’

Pierce County can strengthen its place in the competitive aerospace supply chain if government, industry and education institutions collaborate to train workers to meet the growing demand around the world.…