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By Bruce A. Smith Although I was involved in a collision on Graham Hill that wrecked two vehicles out of the four involved, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) says that Meridian Ave / State Route 161 is not … Continue reading
DB Cooper is coming to Graham! At least a local expert and author, Bruce A. Smith is coming to the Graham Library to present his findings on the famous skyjacker. DB Cooper is the only sky pirate in the history … Continue reading
By Bruce A. Smith First of a series. The Accident, Thursday October 6, 2016, 6:30 pm: As I crested over the top of Graham Hill I could see a line of three cars stopped in front of me. I slammed … Continue reading
By Paula Morris The Graham-Kapowsin Community Council is a non-profit, community service organization, and as such does not usually endorse individual businesses. But there’s always an exception. Though the GKCC wishes success to all the small businesses in the Graham … Continue reading
By Bruce A. Smith An Eatonville man was killed in a traffic accident at the intersection of Mountain Hwy (SR7) and 304th Street in Graham early Sunday morning, the Washington State Patrol (WSP) announced today.
By Bruce A. Smith The Graham Self-Reliant Community will be taking a deeper look at regional and local earthquake preparation at its monthly meeting on September 7, 2016. In particular, area representatives will be discussing exactly what occurred during the … Continue reading
by Bruce A. Smith I just saw the movie “Spotlight” on Netflix, and it brings related issues to the surface, such as the Mauck murders in Graham in 2007 and on-going sexual abuse by Catholic clergy. To begin, “Spotlight” is … Continue reading
~ Special to the Mountain News-WA by Paula Morris There are many after school programs in the Pierce County area that offer food and snacks to kids during the school year. But what happens when summer vacation starts? Carol Wright, … Continue reading
By Bruce A. Smith Next week, June 6-10, local, state and federal officials will be conducting the nation’s largest-ever earthquake drill, called Cascadia Rising. Over 6,000 first responders, military personnel, and emergency management crews will simulate what life will be … Continue reading
~ Editor’s Note: The Graham-Kapowsin Community Council and its partner in helping feed Bethel school kids, the Harvest House Food Pantry, are holding a Swap ‘n’ Shop meet, along with a 5K Fun Run, to raise money for their joint … Continue reading