Published: 05/01/13 11:31:57
Gig Harbor City Council member Jill Guernsey made it official Thursday: She’s running to be the city’s next mayor. Local and county officials, community leaders and others packed the Java & Clay Cafe — festooned outside and inside with blue, green and white balloons — in downtown Gig Harbor for the official kick-off event.
Published: 05/01/13 11:15:19
Current Gig Harbor City Council members Paul Kadzik and Tim Payne have both announced their intention to seek re-election in November.
Published: 04/30/13 21:43:57
The following Gig Harbor students made the Seattle Pacific University 2013 Winter Quarter Dean’s List:
Published: 04/30/13 21:43:56
Bridgette Larsen received the Washington State Association of Broadcasters’ scholarship for $1,500 from the Washington State University’s College of Communication. She also received the William Homer Veatch Forensic Endowment Fund scholarship for $1,500. To be eligible for either award, students must be certified in communication, have good academic standing and show extracurricular activities.
Published: 04/24/13 15:26:09
It wasn't exactly the beer equivalent of the Boston Tea Party — none of the malted grain alcoholic beverage was thrown into the water — but Gig Harbor's 7 Seas Brewing was the site of a "Fight the Beer Tax" rally Saturday evening.
Published: 04/24/13 15:24:46
Former businessman turned state budget architect Tom Huff, who passed away on April 14, was remembered by his family Saturday morning as an accomplished man of integrity who urged people to move forward through life beyond mistakes or other challenges. He was 80.
Published: 04/24/13 15:24:09
The Gig Harbor Police Department’s Citizens Offering Police Support (COPS) volunteer corps was publicly recognized at Monday night’s city council meeting.
Published: 04/24/13 11:31:40
The Tacoma-Pierce County Habitat for Humanity is on the lookout for military veterans with low incomes in the Gig Harbor and Key Peninsula areas to provide them with critical and affordable home repairs.
Published: 04/24/13 09:32:35
Alex Weymiller recalls holding a plastic baseball bat when he was just old enough to walk. Sports have been part of his entire life, and he has excelled at several of them.
Published: 04/24/13 09:31:14
Sara Meisburger is still a few months away from moving to Eugene to attend University of Oregon, but she already has been researching her options for community service there. She has found at least one organization where she plans to volunteer.
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