McKinley, South Tacoma step closer to becoming historical districts

A group of University of Washington students just finished a year-long project that mapped and historically researched the city’s McKinley and South Tacoma neighborhoods as substantial steps toward seeking historical designations for the areas. Both neighborhoods meet the threshold for being listed on the National Register...


Puyallup Tribal Council welcomes newly elected members

Puyallup Tribal community members stood shoulder-to-shoulder in the Tribe’s House of Respect Elders Center on June 14 to witness the swearing in of three newly elected Council members. Sylvia Miller and David Bean are returning to continue their many years of service on Council,...

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Collins Memorial Library hosts eighth annual Puget Sound Book Artists exhibit

Before the invention of the printing press, all books were made by hand. After Gutenberg, books went from handmade objects to mass produced media capable of fueling the spread of knowledge to populations in which literacy was continually on the rise. Few thought of...



While it wasn’t the largest fight card ever rolled out for a boxing match at the Emerald Queen Casino, the level of intensity at the Battle at the Boat 116 easily made up for the smallish six-bout fight bill on Saturday, June 9. With...