Chaplain Capt. Rick Pak is his own best example in the stories he uses to help veteran Stryker soldiers cope with the stresses of juggling combat deployments with family lives at home.
DuPont's dry spell of more than 45 years without a grocery store will end in July when a businesswoman opens the doors to the DuPont General Store on the ground floor of Americas Credit Union building.
Downtown Tacoma received a huge vote of confidence Friday when national insurance giant State Farm announced it had signed agreements to move in this fall.
A long-time Tacoma Police Department officer who retired last year has been named DuPont’s interim police chief.
Marsha Brandenburg Doodigian never knew her mother, rarely saw her father and was raised by paternal grandparents believing she had only two half-brothers.
In an email to its DuPont employees, State Farm confirmed its plans to locate some of its offices in downtown Tacoma late this year. The email, dated April 2 but received by most employees today, also assured employees that the company plans to continue to use its DuPont facility, and it cautioned that references to number of potential employees in Tacoma are "purely speculative."
She was shy, old-fashioned, a little dowdy. She’d had a traumatic youth, and no particular passion or work other than playing the piano. And she was just the first of four wives for writer Ernest Hemingway who, when Hadley Richardson met him, was a struggling Chicago journalist.
A bench warrant has been issued for a repeat drunken driver recently charged with another DUI after being stopped last month in DuPont.
An $89 million project to reroute Amtrak trains through DuPont, Lakewood and South Tacoma has won key federal approval but could face a local court challenge.
The Federal Railroad Administration has approved the proposed rerouting of Amtrak passenger trains through DuPont, Lakewood and South Tacoma following a three-year review that determined the project would not result in significant adverse impacts on the environment.
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