The city of Milton lost one of its brightest figures on Aug. 4 when Mayor Pro Tem Lois Zaroudny passed away peacefully at home. Zaroudny lived most of her life in Milton, and was not only dedicated to preserving its history, but ensuring the town had a bright future. She served on various boards and councils in the town and was instrumental in the creation of the veterans and upcoming 9/11 memorials.
“Lois had tremendous character – a determined, independent disposition,” Milton Mayor Debra Perry said. “She was sharp as a tack all the way to the end. When she threw her hat in the… Read More
Hudson the muskox was born three months and one week ago, and was immediately rejected by his mother, who ignored him.
He hasn’t had a bad day since.
The keepers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Large Animal Research Station stepped in and began hand-feeding him, and he was raised with three other young muskox.
Hudson preferred the company of humans – and still does. Especially… Read More
Tacoma residents looking to lower stress and develop healthy habits are invited to attend “From Sickness to Health,” a ten-week program hosted by Tacoma Central Church.
The program begins on Aug. 24-28 with a four-day introduction to healthy activities. Citizens are invited from 7- 8 p.m.… Read More
Occasionally, the City of Destiny will play host to dignitaries from other countries. In the last year or so, Tacoma has welcomed King Harald V of Norway, as well as Xi Jinping, the President of China. The Puget Sound traffic fiasco that coincided with President Jinping’s visit last September was… Read More
Homecoming is one of the great fall traditions at high schools and universities. Alumni are invited back to campus and encouraged to interact with their old school, just not in that creepy “Dazed and Confused”, Matthew McConaughey way of interacting. On October 9, Fife High School had their homecoming… Read More
Tacoma Rainiers president Aaron Artman has been losing sleep; but strangely, his stress doesn't stem from fending off the Reno Aces as the summer pennant race heats up or nightmare visions of the AAA All-Star Game being rained out at Cheney Stadium next year. The thing that has Artman tossing and turning into the wee hours is rock n' roll.
Cheney has been the site of a few concerts in recent… Read More
After weeks of diligently working to craft a stage play sure to be a bona fide audience pleaser, the young students of Neverland Theater are excited to present “Princess Whatsername,” opening July 29, 7 p.m. at the Columbia Junior High Performing Arts Center.
Since June 28 the budding theater… Read More