Monthly Archives: March 2013

  1. Parkland Light & Water Not just any utility company

    Parkland Light & Water Company is a non-profit mutual utility firm operating in the Parkland area on 12918 Park Ave. so, providing water and electricity…

  2. UPDATE: Parkland man missing for five days found safe in Elk Plain (THE NEWS TRIBUNE)

    THE NEWS TRIBUNE – A 56-year-old Parkland man who was missing five days was found safe this morning. An observant bus driver spotted Jeff Sautell…

  3. Diversity Festival connects Parkland schools and PLU community

    Cassady Coulter The Franklin Pierce Youth First Coalition teamed up with students from Parkland schools to hold a Diversity Festival at PLU last wednesday. Connecting…

  4. Parkland community members labor to keep Tacoma’s historic Comanche alive

    by Cassady Coulter Tacoma has its own little piece of history sitting in the Puget Sound. The USCGC Comanche 202 Tugboat is a historic Navy…

  5. VIDEO: Local Business Owner’s Impression of Garfield Street

    By Brandon Adam Trendico owner, Darren Moore, talks about his business and and experience working on Garfield Street. You can find Trendico on Facebook or walk-in…

  6. VIDEO: Interview with President Krise

    Pacific Lutheran’s President, Thomas W. Krise, discusses his previous experiences with “gown vs. town” universities, Pacific Lutheran’s role in the community, the university’s mission statement, and his overall impression…

  7. Parkland house goes up in flames (THE NEWS TRIBUNE)

    Some bad news from the Trib’s Lights & Sirens blog yesterday. A house in the 3200 block of 140th Street, known to many Parkland residents…

  8. Local Artist Nick Butler Merges Art with Technology

    By Carrie Reierson Nick Butler is a talented and innovative artist and animator who operates Turtledust Media, a digital art production studio located right here…

  9. Habitat for Humanity to Collaborate with Community to Build Thirty New Homes in Parkland

    by Cassady Coulter Habitat for Humanity has chosen Parkland to be the site of their newest development. According to the Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat office, the…

  10. Rep David Sawyer proud of Parkland’s “fierce” sense of community

    By Brandon Adam Pierce County Representative, Democrat David Sawyer, believes the main issues regarding Parkland are employment, crime, funding for renovation, and perhaps most of…