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Cpl. Theodore Hill Jr. will soon be going home, after a brush with death.
“There’s a huge need for roosters. They often end up neglected and abused.”
Corporal Hill is heading to Gettysburg.
Monica Gaub was recently honored for her 7 years helping coordinate the White River Families First Coalition.
These are not just big city problems.
When he came back from overseas, Ray Uebler felt he shouldn’t tell anybody about his service. Times have changed.
Theodore Hill Jr. is now in the hands of Confederate soldiers.
Visits from Santa and tree lighting to wine walks and chocolate — the Plateau has it all.
The holidays can be stressful — know the signs of when you or a loved one needs a little extra support.
The Tour is a 110-mile hike through multiple European counties.
It’s an opportunity to watch artists create their work, and then even have a chance to buy it at the end.
The descendants of Colonel Theodore Hill Jr. discovered his war diary in 1965.
Two students can receive a $5,000 scholarship, while another eight finalists can receive $1,000.
Stop by Nov. 9 for crafts and treats.
If you experience symptoms after eating wild mushrooms, call the Washington Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222.
Join local NEXUS professionals and other parents of teens to discuss various issues and accomplishments.
October is SIDS Awareness Month — it’s one of the top three causes of infant deaths in Pierce County.
The cow carving took him nearly 5 hours to complete
The Nov. 2 event has everything from science activities and robotics to emergency preparedness and homesteading.
More than 40 people in Pierce County died of the flu last year.