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Order goes out: Wear face masks

Jun 24th, 2020 | By

Washingtonians will soon be required to wear protective face masks in virtually every situation when in public. The statewide mandatory face covering order that takes effect June 26 was announced this week by Governor Jay Inslee and state Secretary of Health John Wiesman. The order followed an earlier announcement of a mandatory mask proclamation for
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Titlow Estuary’s future is headed in right direction

Jun 15th, 2020 | By
Titlow Estuary’s future is headed in right direction

In another step in recovering natural habitat and improving local watersheds, the Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board has awarded a $150,000 grant to assist in design and initial planning for the restoration of the Titlow Estuary in Tacoma. Known to many as the “duck pond” at Titlow Park, the estuary was once a self-sustaining
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Pandemic puts a damper on 4th of July

Jun 8th, 2020 | By
Pandemic puts a damper on 4th of July

Independence Day celebrations in the Puget Sound region are being canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. Among the cancellations are the Fourth of July T-Town Family 4th in Tacoma, Federal Way’s Red, White and Blues Festival, and Auburn’s 4th of July Festival. Tacoma’s event is one of the few—if not the only one–that might be
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Recognition for volunteers over 50 who are making a difference

Jun 5th, 2020 | By

Do you know a volunteer, over the age of 50, who’s made a significant impact in your community? We are always grateful for volunteerism, thankful to those who give a little extra of themselves to help others.  Especially during this pandemic, so many people have stepped up to take care of our fellow humans. Fred
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