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Thursday, November 26, 2015 This Week's Paper
Board of Equalization alternate member vacancy

Applications are being accepted to fill a vacancy for an Alternate Member on the Pierce County Board of Equalization. The seven-member board hears appeals from taxpayers who disagree with the assessed value of their properties as determined by the Assessor-Treasurer's Office, such as property valuations and exemption changes and denials.

The board session begins on July 15 each year. The board is on a three member rotation cycle; each member works three weeks in a row with two weeks off. Upon completing work before it, the board adjourns until fall when petition hearings begin. Members…

Former Guns N’ Roses/Velvet Revolver bassist Duff McKagan, guitarist Jeff Angell (Post Stardom Depression, The Missionary Position), drummer Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees/Mad Season) and keyboardist Ben Anderson (The Missionary Position) – collectively known as Walking Papers – put on a killer show March 29 at Jazzbones. Tacoma Weekly’s freelance photographer Bill Bungard was there to capture it all. See more of his photos from the show at "">

Maroon 5 may have just headlined Seattle's KeyArena on March 11, but local fans won't have to wait very long to see Adam Levine and co' again.

The chart-topping pop band – best known for “This Love,” “Move Like Jagger” and other hits – will return to Washington and headline Quincy's Gorge Amphitheatre on Sept. 28. Maroon 5 will be the main attraction at this year's Honda Civic Tour,…

Alabama will bring “Feels So Right,” “The Closer You Get” and other smash hits to the Western Washington Fair. The iconic country band will headline Puyallup's Washington State Fair Events Center (formerly the Puyallup Fair & Event Center) on Sept. 16, organizers announced today.

The show – part of the band's Back to the Bowery Tour - will start at 7:30 p.m. that day. And tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on April 6, with prices ranging from $35 to $95. Learn more,…

PLU basketballers set to take on ‘horse’ challenge

Emergency Food Network is tipping off the growing season with a battle to determine which species is superior, the horse, or the college basketball player.

On April 6, teams of drivers and plow horses from Hames & Tugs Draft Horse Club will compete against the Pacific Lutheran University basketball team to see which group can plow the most land at EFN's Mother Earth Farm. Their competition will have the added benefit of helping to ready the field for spring planting.

Emergency Food Network operates the eight-acre Orting…

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