Editor’s note: In the Feb. 3 edition of the Milton-Edgewood Signal, the front page story “Milton officer kills man in apparent ‘murder-suicide by cop” did not contain the most up-to-date information available. Further investigations by the medical examiner the day after the Jan. 23 shooting revealed that it was not a murder-suicide by cop as initially reported by the Metro Cities Crime Response Unit (CRU), and our story failed to include this information. We apologize for the error. Below is the latest on the shooting as issued by CRU the day after the shooting occurred, and it remains… Read More
Fife formally became a city on Feb. 11, 1957 – 60 years ago this week – and was named after William J. Fife, a prominent Tacoma lawyer, Yukon prospector, once head of the Washington National Guard, and a Lieutenant Colonel in Army during the Philippine Insurrection.
With those military ties at its formation, the Fife Museum held a grand opening on Feb. 11 of “Heroes,” an exhibit chronicling… Read More
Healthy oral hygiene habits are built starting as early as two years of age and can help ensure the development of strong and healthy adult teeth. This is just one of the reasons why the American Dental Association sponsors a National Children’s Dental Health Month each year in February. It may… Read More
Fife High School is in the midst of a strong winter postseason with the boys and girls basketball teams fighting two very strong fields at the WCD III tournament. Despite fielding just their second-team ever, the Fife boys swim team will be sending a slew of swimmers and a diver to the state meet… Read More
Between 10,000 to 20,000 are expected to turn out for First Night, Tacoma's all-ages New Year's Eve celebration, which will bring an army of bands, “the World's Shortest Parade” and other spectacle to downtown starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 31.
Among the buzz-worthy musical acts on display will be Rabbit Wilde, a Bellingham and now partly Tacoma-based outfit that will play the Pantages… Read More
After weeks of diligently working to craft a stage play sure to be a bona fide audience pleaser, the young students of Neverland Theater are excited to present “Princess Whatsername,” opening July 29, 7 p.m. at the Columbia Junior High Performing Arts Center.
Since June 28 the budding theater… Read More