Fife History Museum is one of the city’s greatest treasures. Located in the historic former home of Louis Dacca, a member of the original Fife City Council, and stationed across from Columbia Junior High at 2820 54th Ave. E., the museum is a window into Fife’s storied history.
The museum is looking to be elevated even further by new museum director Julie Watts, a former Fife/Milton/Edgewood Chamber of Commerce member who is diving head first into her new position.
“I’m just so passionate about history and it truly is an honor to get to help continue the legacy going on… Read More
Hoopin’ 4 Heroes at Fife High School is less than two weeks away and things are shaping up nicely for this first-time charity basketball game. On the court will be two opposing teams: the Fife Police Department and first responders on one side and Fife School District staff on the other. Doors to the gymnasium open at 6:30 p.m. and the game starts at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students… Read More
Email. Ugh! Right?! The steady stream (or rushing river in many of our cases) of emails seems to never end. There are a few possible explanations – maybe you signed up for a few too many free coupon emails from your favorite retail stores, maybe it's time to hire a secretary to field all the incoming… Read More
Saturday, Dec. 12, the Fife Lady Trojans hosted the Port Angeles Roughriders in an early season matchup. These two schools don't play each other often, so it can be hard to predict what type of game you're going to see in these situations. Sometimes you get an epic game that stays with you for a while,… 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
Soon we'll turn the page on 2015, which means it's almost time to ring in the New Year at First Night Tacoma-Pierce County. Between 10,000 and 20,000 revelers are expected to flock downtown when the area's biggest alcohol-free New Year's Eve celebration takes over the Theater District.
“Because it's a community art celebration, we look for everything from musicians to performance artists… Read More
“If you get to like them and understand them, if you are kind to them and don’t scratch their paint or bang their doors, if you fill them up and pump them up when they need it, if you keep them clean and polished and out of the rain and snow as much as possible, you will find, you MAY find, that… Read More