Small Town HEADLINES
On the Steilacoom town bulletin board, there between the barber shop and bank, you’ll find the Town Council agenda and the Town Council minutes alongside notices concerning a found cat, a missing cockatiel, an upcoming garage sale and other matters of importance to the citizens of Washington’s oldest incorporated municipality.
Buckley’s downtown moves along at a measured pace.
It’s almost as if Yelm has two downtowns – one an old, quaint testament to the prairie town’s past, the other sleek and modern.
Standing with her family in front of the Golden Rule Bears store in downtown Sumner, Gracie Anderson turned to her 5-year-old grandson, Mitch Jr., and asked, “Do you want to look at bears?”
Auburn Mayor Peter Lewis had a cluster of frustrated business owners in front of him last fall. And he couldn’t have been more delighted to hear their news.
A downtown DuPont is emerging, but it doesn’t look anything like a traditional downtown.
When Brad Nakamura was growing up on his family’s farm in Fife, he imagined that the fertile river valley would be farmland forever.
Downtown Gig Harbor is populated with thriving boutiques, art galleries and restaurants – all the makings of a successful tourist town.
Quiet reigns where sawmills once stood. Tourists fill the weekend streets, headed for Mount Rainier. Commuters leave early every weekday, bound for stalled traffic and jobs in a city.
Virgil Clarkson, the mayor of Lacey, is hesitant to call any one area of the Thurston County city “downtown.”
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