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Sheriff Pastor: on Civil Disobedience

From a Facebook post – Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor

In America today, we are seeing an increase in social activism and direct action politics. There is nothing wrong with this in a nation which values freedom. 602 more words

Pierce County

Tempers could flare over RTA tax on vehicle tabs

Have you gotten your statement in the mail for you vehicle registration. Brace yourself if you live in the Regional Transit Area. If you voted on the RTA tax for those trains and light rail in King County and that extension from Lakewood to Dupont, you are impacted. 41 more words


Frederickson Community Meeting Feb 18


There is more going on in Frederickson than I can include in this message. I would urge you to attend our meeting Saturday, February 18th @ 9 AM to find out more details. 123 more words


Well water? HB1382 might affect you

House Bill 1382 is a response to the Hirst Decision from the Washington State Supreme Court last year. That decision made new rules for tapping underground water for property owners in Washington State, effectively slowing development in rural areas by controlling whether or not a well could be drilled based on a required professional assessment of water availability. 215 more words


Bethel SD seeks members for Long Range Facilities Task Force

Group to study overcrowded and aging schools districtwide

Recent studies show as many as 3,000 more students will enter Bethel Schools in the next decade. Do we have enough space? 284 more words


Wendy's in Spanaway to open Feb. 20

Driving around Spanaway you may have noticed a couple of new businesses being built on “the Ave.”

At 166th near Spanaway Elementary, a new location for Starbucks will shortly grace our community. 61 more words


Sheriff statement on immigration

PIERCE COUNTY — The issue of immigration and securing borders is currently a controversial topic with the new Presidential administration. Some people have reacted with fear and anger, others with celebration and others with confusion. 705 more words

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