Zack Ecklund’s penalty kick in the 71st minute lifted the Curtis High School boys soccer team to a 1-0 victory against Bethel on Monday in South Puget Sound League South action.
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Recovered now from severe flu-like symptoms, Mariners shortstop Brad Miller working to sharpen his focus at the plate.
Minahil Mian of the Bellarmine Prep girls tennis team came back from a second-set loss to in the top singles match to help the Lions earn a 4-1 victory in a nonleague match on Monday at Curtis High School.
Washington’s governor says he is imposing the administration-wide ban after the passage of a new law that critics say has the potential to discriminate against gays and lesbians and others based on religious beliefs.
A new agreement to run a federal immigration facility in the Northwest will take effect next month, and the GEO Group is expected to get the contract to keep operating its detection center on the Tacoma Tideflats.
Depositors and other clients of KeyBank on Tacoma’s Hilltop have been notified that their branch will close and accounts will be consolidated at the Tacoma Main office.
They reversed their position just before the Auditor’s Office released the record.
Five hundred pieces of fishing line. Eight hundred tiny fish cut out of juice packs. A 15-foot lift. And three days to put it all together. That’s the math this week at Sherman Elementary in Tacoma, where Olympia artist Carrie Ziegler is teaming up with parents, students and volunteers to...
The 11-year-old black Lab mix, fatally injured on a drug raid last week, is being remembered for his uncanny ability to find narcotics, even when faced with the ultimate distraction: a bucket of fried chicken.
Growing gas supply keeps gasoline prices in check in the South Sound