Greg Schoenbachler’s fall, from the second step of a 4-foot stepladder, broke his neck and had him paralyzed from the shoulders down. Today, he drives, uses a walker to get around in his house and has limited use of his legs and arms.
Bankers still wear suits, butchers and bakers wear aprons, golfers and football players still wear shoes with soles fixed with cleats meant to grab the ground. On Labor Day 2014 we note that uniforms remain an ongoing presence for many workers, from...
Monday Q&A: Bestselling mystery writer with Tacoma roots talks about her craft before homecoming visit
In the South Sound, Laurie R. King says she was the “weird kid” with gold-rimmed glasses who spent her days feverishly reading novels.
Maybe being a corporate center isn’t Federal Way’s future. Then what is?