The Daily Mash-Up

Friday, February 24, 2017 This Week's Paper
JBLM announces firing schedule

Joint Base Lewis-McChord will conduct day, evening and late-night artillery training throughout next week, Monday, Feb. 6 through Friday, Feb. 10.

The booms people might hear are soldiers firing 155 mm Howitzer field artillery while the 1st Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment conducts battalion certification training. Increased levels of activity will be noticed beginning at 6:30 a.m., Monday, Feb. 6 through 5 p.m., Friday, Feb. 10. 

Queries or comments about noise may be directed to the JBLM Public Affairs Office's External Communication Division hotline at (253) 967-0852.

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Prosecutor, Sheriff share vision of public safety

At the City Club of Tacoma’s monthly dinner in February, two of Pierce County’s top crime fighters had a lively conversation about community safety. Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor and Prosecutor Mark Lindquist took part in a nonpartisan forum.

“With our Prosecutor Mark Lindquist and Sheriff Paul Pastor leading the way, justice in Pierce County is in good hands,” said City Club of Tacoma President, Jack Connelly, a prominent local attorney.

Lindquist and Pastor discussed their vision for public safety in Pierce County, including their collaboration on the prosecution… Read More

City sets forum series on development, zoning issues

The City of Tacoma’s Planning and Development Services Department is holding a series of monthly interactive forums starting in February and running through May 2017 regarding building and land-use issues. The first of these events is being held on Monday, Feb. 13, from 6 - 8 p.m. at Downing Elementary School (2502 N. Orchard St. in Tacoma).

Covering a wide range of topics, the February forum will focus on Permits 101, Area-Wide Rezones, tips on how to participate in planning and give an overview of the One Tacoma: Comprehensive Plan. The event will then move into an open forum… Read More

UTW launches $45 million campaign

The University of Washington Tacoma has launched the public phase of a multi-year fundraising campaign, with a goal of raising $45 million by the year 2020.

UW Tacoma has already raised more than $23 million toward its goal. Funds collected will be used to support student scholarships, hire new faculty, expand community-engaged research and create new programs and facilities.The theme for the campaign, “For a Greater Tacoma, For a Greater World,” reflects UW
Tacoma’s commitment to the positive transformation of the larger South Sound community. This vision is echoed in the… Read More

Metro Parks seeks glass artists for aquarium art

Metro Parks Tacoma is seeking an artist or artist team to create a unique, suspended glass artwork that is inspired by jellyfish. The artwork will be permanently displayed in the Social Action Gallery of the new Pacific Seas Aquarium at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, scheduled to open in summer 2018.

Applications are due on March 6 and have a total budget of $30,000. Artists must be at least 18 years old and live in Washington.

Artists should visit for details and apply at More

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