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The evening before their daughter Thea was to start her first day at Rainy Dayz Preschool, Jon and Cecily Novotney stopped by the school to make sure they knew the
An “IT security incident” disrupted operations at St. Anthony Hospital and other Virginia Mason Franciscan facilities on Tuesday, Oct. 4, according to a statement from the hospital chain. “As a
As we get deeper into October, more and more in-person events are emerging from their Covid-19 hibernation. The city of Gig Harbor will celebrate the grand opening of the Eddon
Thousands of people crowded Sehmel Homestead Park on Saturday, Oct. 1, to celebrate the 2022 Scarecrow Festival. The annual event features a pumpkin launch, vendor booths, games, music and other
Soil sampling is part of the design phase, which will continue into next summer. Construction to to add bike lanes on both sides of the street and a sidewalk, planter strip and lighting on the east side will occur in 2024.
A much-anticipated battle between soccer powers and South Sound Conference co-leaders went down at Roy Anderson Field on Friday, Sept. 30. The Gig Harbor Tides and Peninsula Seahawks ended the
Gig Harbor will celebrate two milestones this week, according to Mayor Tracie Markley. The city, the Puyallup Tribe of Indians and the Lyons Family Trust will celebrate the acquisition of
It’s time for the Sports Beat, a weekly capsule of athletic events and standout performances from Peninsula and Gig Harbor high schools. We will start out with a preview of
“It’s like I have ESPN or something,” a quote from the 2004 movie “Mean Girls.” Well, probably not ESPN, but if you had any ESP going on, you took yourself
“700 Feet Down” and “Soldier” also won awards, while Staci Layne Wilson was honored as best director for “The Ventures: Stars on Guitars.”
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