This summer, Tacoma Public Library is engaging in multiple conversations with community members to understand their thoughts for the future. We hope to discover how we can continue to support an informed population well into the next century.
Ravaging the ranks of mountain goats from Olympic National Park would be appalling even if it were based on prudent stewardship, but it’s not. Rather, it’s based on disputed science and peculiar notions of environmental aesthetics.
In my lifetime, I have seen society go from a mindset of “let’s lend a hand” to that of “let’s judge,” writes local food network leader Helen McGovern-Pilant. We must stop judging and save the federal SNAP program, she says.
Last week presented one of those fleeting golden moments that a father lives for: I got to stand behind my oldest daughter on the stage of a downtown Spokane theater while she was pinned as a registered nurse.
Working families and those on fixed incomes are hit hard by the state Republican property tax increase. But with Democrats back in control in Olympia, we lowered property taxes, writes Tacoma Rep. Laurie Jinkins.
Many of us have a passing understanding of our mother’s background. It is two dimensional, at best. It’s her role as mom that we know well. Besides, who has time for mom history? Chuck Kleeberg of Tacoma advises that you take the time.
Establishing smart zoning policies is important for non-profit entities that want to build affordable housing in Tacoma neighborhoods, including those surrounding the Tacoma Mall, according to two advocates.
Mwaura, a Gonzaga commit, won five individual state championships during his four years running for the Abes. He won back-to-back Class 3A cross country titles and three more on the track, including two in the 3,200 and one in the 1,600.