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Question: Now that summer is almost here — and we are all outside to enjoy it — I have a question regarding the noise level emitted by motorcycles.
The discounter partnered with the Lilly Pulitzer brand to carry a collection of 250 pieces for a fraction of the price. But the offer was wrought with long lines in stores, quick sellouts online and other problems.
Minnesota capitalizes on three errors and seven walks in its victory.
Kelcy Allen is the younger boy depicted in the statue outside Lowell Elementary School in Tacoma, which shows 11-year-old Marvin Klegman leading him to safety. Marvin died in the quake.
It has been three years since Joint Base Lewis-McChord’s Staff Sgt. Robert Bales committed the worst atrocities of the Afghanistan War. It has been almost two years since he pleaded guilty to singlehandedly murdering 16 civilians.
A temporary contract will keep the federal immigration detention center in Tacoma open as negotiations for a longer-term contract take longer than expected.
The Rev. Jon Scott is following through on a planned trip to Kathmandu, but with a different purpose
Eve Girawong was a Mount Everest base camp doctor for Madison Mountaineering.
An estimated 2,000 volunteers spent Saturday morning working in parks throughout Pierce County as part of this year’s “Parks Appreciation Day.”
Wold Vision staff members opening up their homes to provide shelter for earthquake victims