The Nose HEADLINES
Let us state, for the record, that we admire the garbage cans at the Point Ruston development. With their million-dollar views of Commencement Bay on prime real estate along the esplanade between Point Defiance and Ruston Way, we just might move into one.
Excuse us for a moment while we blow your mind.
The spay-and-neuter movement, once limited to government regulation of Fido and Fluffy, has finally gone too far.
Some of y’all might reckon having a major permanent collection of Western American art in downtown Tacoma makes about as much sense as slapping a cowboy while he’s chewing tobacco.
On the secluded slopes of Mount Rainier he lurks, occasionally seen from a distance but seldom taken seriously.
Don’t say the big kahunas in O-Town have failed to use their political firepower this year in the advancement of gun control.
It’s probably a good thing that the North Koreans have not launched World War III, since it would just remind folks how Gov. Jay Inslee considered the threat so serious that he lifted a line from “Animal House” to reassure the citizenry.
Great gosh a’mighty, we just keep bringing up the rear.
The Daffodil Parade is supposed to represent all that’s good and pure and chaste about the Puyallup Valley. On April 13, the queen and her court will sit demurely in Disney dresses, waving their white-gloved hands, escorted by classic cars and horse clubs and marching bands.
Hey, Lakewood, are you ready for your close-up? Pro football hall of famer and TV personality Terry Bradshaw likes you. He gushes about all you have to offer – from youth programs to military jobs, from golf courses to the international district, from freeway gridlock to a state mental hospital.
As far as we know, a pope has never left the Holy See for a road trip to the 253. But bless our soul, an important piece of papal history is paying an extended visit to T-Town right now.
Yikes, looks like it’s time to buy a unicycle.
Americans generally cut politicians some slack for overcooked feel-good rhetoric this time of year.
On the surface, you’d think the guy who jacked a rowboat to flee a University Place crime scene this week ranks right up there in the local dipstick criminal hall of shame.
Christmas is more than a month behind us, and yet Tacoma City Hall has gone gift-giving wild.
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