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Category Archives: Josh Magill
By Josh Magill Washington State Senator Kevin Ranker stated on Thursday that he wants to know the specifics of why the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDF&W) decided to eliminate a pack of wolves known as the “Wedge Pack” … Continue reading
By Josh Magill Their eyes are dark, sometimes yellow-tinted, or even a dark orange that some mistake as the color of blood. Those eyes are mysterious and chilling, yet we are drawn to them like a trance and we can’t … Continue reading
By Bruce A. Smith, and photo by Josh Magill Like many, I was consumed with watching coverage of Hurricane Sandy this evening.
by Josh Magill The Graham-Kapowsin Football squad made a statement in Friday’s league match scoring a 42-7 victory over the Beamer Titans. The road win notched the Eagles their seventh win of the season.
By Josh Magill The Mountain New obtained more information from Pierce County Auditor, Julie Anderson, on Tuesday, Oct 23, regarding the announcement of misprinted ballots in two precincts of the 10th congressional district.
By Josh Magill Just days after celebrating other building openings across town, such as the Bethel Learning Center and the remodel of Shining Mountain Elementary School, Bethel School District executives were at it again. The excitement of these many new or … Continue reading
By Josh Magill It seemed every aspect of Bethel School District’s “ABC Day” was a hit on Saturday, except for one – the “meet and greet” of political candidates was lightly attended, perhaps overshadowed by the attraction of the many … Continue reading
By Josh Magill The air was filled with jazz music on Saturday morning in Spanaway as nearly two hundred people gathered to celebrate the opening of the new Bethel Learning Center. The music produced by the Pierce County Community Big … Continue reading
By Josh Magill Though temperatures are dropping and it seems fall is upon us, events and meetings in the Frederickson and Spanaway areas have not gone into hibernation. Just the opposite is happening due to some planning and dedications. Ironically, … Continue reading
By Josh Magill Spanaway Lake Sentinels football game against Curtis High to be televised Fans of Spanaway Lake High School football can see tonight’s game from the comfort of their own home by tuning in to Root Sports Network, who … Continue reading