Protesters sing dissent to liquefied natural gas plant
About 200 people showed up Monday night for an open house about a liquefied natural gas plant planned for Tacoma's Tideflats. The event was hosted by Puget Sound Energy at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center at the urging of members of th
Stueckle, a UW commit, won three Class 4A track and field track and field titles in the hurdles, and set an all-time Washington record in the 300 hurdles as a senior. She was also a four-time 4A SPSL first-teamer in soccer.
From left, Curtis High School junior Kate Burney with exchange students Giada Angelie, from Italy; and Tata Cosson, from France and Curtis High School graduate Gabi Gimmett at Tuesday's protest outside the University Place school.
A Burlington Northern-Santa Fe train narrowly missed a collision with a car that had high-centered on a rail crossing in downtown Bellingham, Washington on Friday night, June 15. Neither the car nor the driver suffered a scratch.