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Category Archives: Josh Magill
~ Long-time contributing author, Josh Magill, has sent us his latest essay, titled: “Finding Family, Finding Love.” Although he has moved to another mountain range – the Rockies near Denver, he is still part of The Mountain and we celebrate … Continue reading
by Josh Magill Over the last few months, a proposal to close a portion of 180th Street East in Frederickson has quietly moved its way through the Pierce County processes. However, as stated by county engineer Brian Stacey at the … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Josh Magill has sent the Mountain News another story about his life growing up – this time it’s an essay about helping his father build a shed and assist in cutting down a tree. It’s titled, “A Day … Continue reading
By Josh Magill I did not cry for the last memory of him. No … I told my mother he was gone and then went to play basketball. “How can you do that?” she asked me as I left. But … Continue reading
By Josh Magill We had not been here long, just a month or so after transferring from New Mexico in 2009, but decided since we had nowhere else to go on Christmas Eve that a trip up to Mount Rainier was … Continue reading
by Josh Magill After complications from a stroke, Paul Greeley died last Wednesday surrounded by his family, including his three daughters and his son. The former wrestling coach at Bethel, Peninsula and Spanaway Lake high schools suffered the stroke on … Continue reading
By Josh Magill The Frederickson – Clover Creek Community Council monthly meeting on Saturday morning featured a presentation on air quality in Pierce County. The primary presenters were Alexandria Teague from the Pierce County Planning & Land Services Department, and Kathy … Continue reading
By Josh Magill Sean Cantu’s smile lit up the enormous warehouse as he helped present Trillium’s “Top Employer of the Year” award on Wednesday afternoon to the employees of IKEA’s distribution center in Frederickson. The honors were accepted by Pam … Continue reading
By Josh Magill The slaughter of a wolf pack by the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife to assuage concerns of local cattle ranchers in the north-central section of the state has triggered an enormous political backlash.
by Josh Magill No lines or waiting greeted voters on Tuesday afternoon at the polling center set up inside Pierce County’s Maintenance Facility near Canyon Road and 192nd Street in Frederickson.