Monthly Archives: April 2013

  1. Parkland Warrior: A rugby program functions as postive outlet for youth

    By Brandon Adam Parkland Warrior Rugby is a youth rugby team providing young players a positive outlet to display their character and skills. The recreational…

  2. Parkland youth showcased in upcoming gallery opening

    Pacific Lutheran University’s Wekell Gallery will be housing a new exhibit that aims to transcend stereotypes and build a stronger community. PY // Art from…

  3. Local band with ties to Parkland set to release first album and embark on national tour

      by Cassady Coulter A band that is set to release its first full-length album and go on a month long tour around the country…

  4. Local artist Ed Kane paints portrait of Pacific Northwest

    By Carrie Reierson Maintenance man. Artist. Normally, people are either one or the other.  In the case of Ed Kane, both roles apply. While Kane…

  5. New PLU club seeks to engage Parkland community

    By Cassady Coulter Awareness about how our actions affect the community we belong to is something we sometimes don’t think about. This is a question…

  6. Local organ builder has international reach

    By Emilie Thoreson Paul Fritts & Company Organ Builders, a small Parkland based organ workshop, has been growing since the 1970’s. Paul Fritts has turned his…

  7. The Garfield Station: Parkland construction project to merge the old with the new

    By Cassady Coulter Garfield Street will be undergoing some major changes in the next few months. Construction for the new “Garfield Station,” formerly known as…

  8. Steve Kirby represents Parkland

    By Carrie Reierson Steve Kirby, Democrat, has served Parkland in the state Legislature for 12 years, and has been involved in local politics for decades.…

  9. James Sales Elementary’s grant goes a long way

    By Emilie Thoreson PARKLAND- It was national news when last January, James Sales Elementary won $100,000 from the Ellen Degeneres show and Target. This gift…