The Daily Mash-Up

Tuesday, December 01, 2015 This Week's Paper

The Tacoma Farmers Market is holding an art contest to gain local, creative art for our 2013 market media.

The winning artwork will be chosen by the Tacoma Farmers Market for the 2013 poster and all other promotional material, thus the market will hold all reproduction rights.

The winning designer will receive $250 in market money (tokens) and credit for the design.

Rules of Contest:
• Art work is encouraged in any two-dimensional media not to exceed 11 x 17 inches.
• Art work must represent…

Since 1972, drummer Alan White has been best known for keeping the beat for British prog-rock titans, Yes. He'll be with his main band on Sunday, March 3, at Seattle's Moore Theatre as the group performs not one, not two, but three of its most critically acclaimed albums, “The Yes Album,” “Close to the Edge” and “Going for the One."

We'll have a related story in this week's print edition. Until that hits…

Tacoma City Council passed a plan last night to make the selling of fortified wines and high-alcohol malt liquors in the city’s North and West Ends in an effort to stem the rise of street drunkenness, petty crimes and littering of the tall cans and pocket-sized bottles the boozers leave behind.

The first step in the effort is to politely ask the 37 convenience stores and grocery outlets that sell the dozens of brands, commonly with the High Gravity, Steel, Ice names, to stop stocking them on their shelves. If the request doesn’t solve the issue, the effort steps up from there until…

Combustible metal fire in a parts deburring machine

At 7:15 a.m. on Feb. 25, Tacoma firefighters from stations 1,2,4,8,11,12, and 17 responded to a commercial structure fire in a aerospace part manufacturing facility at 2024 Puyallup Ave.

The first arriving engine company found smoke showing from the eves of the 52,000 square foot machine shop building. Upon further investigation, crews found a fire had started in a large "parts" deburring machine.

With the combustible metal titanium intensely burning around the machine and in its associated collection hoppers, crews initially managed interior exposures while devising an operationally…

Fife Police Department exceeded two goals when it came to the Special Olympics Polar Plunge 2013. The first was team size and the second was funds raised.

Ten team members jumped into the chilly waters at Owens Beach on Saturday, Feb. 23 and exceeded their fundraising goal of $1,000 by $500. All of those who participated would like to thank you for supporting Special Olympics Washington.

Contribution help provide year-round sports training and competition for 10,500 children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

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