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Water rising between Graham and Spanaway

By Marianne Lincoln

The water table between Graham and Spanaway has been a reliable source of well water for resident. On years such as this one, with rain far exceeding normal levels, the water rises up out of the ground and surprises the uninitiated new residents. 439 more words

Spanaway

Daffodil Queen Coronation April 1

DAFFODIL QUEEN’S CORONATION

The Daffodil Queen’s Coronation is a celebration event for the Daffodil Festival and the Princesses of the Royal Court. On Saturday, April 1, beginning at 7:00 pm, at the Pantages in downtown Tacoma, a Queen will be selected to reign over the many Daffodil Festival activities that take place throughout the Festival year. 417 more words

Spanaway

Fir Meadows and Oxbow flooding in Pioneer Valley

By Marianne Lincoln

Flooding continues to plague the Pioneer Valley area in Spanaway/Frederickson.

Fir Meadows, which was built in 1968, has closed roads and swift water flowing in from the flooded playfield near the railroad tracks on Knoble Road. 200 more words

Pierce County

OK Highway Floods at Thrift

By Marianne Lincoln

UPDATE 3/21/17: The OK Highway is still closed. Crews were working on a big hole in the ground, so they most have gotten the pole removed and are repairing the pipes. 350 more words

Pierce County

March 18 Power Outage in Graham Planned

GRAHAM, WA — On March 18 there is a Planned Power Outage on the east side of Graham serviced by PSE from 3 a.m. to 5 a.m. 124 more words

Spanaway

Frederickson meeting changes - March 18

Greetings,

Some FCCCC members will be attending the Pierce County Awards Banquet on March 18th to receive recognition for their volunteer activities.

We have chose to forgo our regular March 18th meeting and replace it with an informal breakfast at 9 AM @ Ricky J’s – 6805 176th St. 203 more words

Spanaway

Annual county roadside herbicide applications start March 28

County roadsides will get an annual makeover this spring and summer.

An initial application of herbicides to combat weeds along road shoulders will start March 28, and continue through June. 279 more words

Pierce County