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Friday, Jan 1st

A blank page, Chandler O'Leary

Monday, Jan 4th

re: MILLER/HUTCHINSON NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Pursuant to the Revised, Tacoma Daily Index

Re: Niehaus, Christopher & Jennifer Loan No: 595977 APN: 7001390460, Tacoma Daily Index

Re: PRATHER, BRANDON & STEPHANIE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Pursuant, Tacoma Daily Index

Re: WOOLSEY, BRIAN & EMILIE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Pursuant, Tacoma Daily Index

Re: WITHERS, KRISTINE & CRAIG NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Pursuant, Tacoma Daily Index

Re: WOOLSEY, BRIAN & EMILIE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Pursuant, Tacoma Daily Index

Re: McQueen, Ivy D Loan No: 660720 APN: 3008000060 TS, Tacoma Daily Index

Let's talk about guns: a gun owner's perspective on gun control, Post Defiance

Tacoma Daily Index Top Stories "” December 2015, Tacoma Daily Index

Tacoma selects work by 30 artists to expand Municipal Art Collection, Tacoma Daily Index

Fighting One Enemy at a Time, The Tacoma Ledger

Top 5 Video Games of 2015, The Tacoma Ledger

Restrictions on Food Stamps are Cruel and Pointless, The Tacoma Ledger

SAFC Knowingly Uses Unapproved Bylaws, The Tacoma Ledger

How Much Meat Do You Want to Eat?, The Tacoma Ledger

Embracing the Little Things, The Tacoma Ledger

UWT Minimum Wage Change Discussed, The Tacoma Ledger

Stopping The Donald, The Tacoma Ledger

The Ridiculous Six is the Reason We Can't Have Nice Things, The Tacoma Ledger

Tacoma's Proposed Plan Tackles Population Surge by Expanding the Link, The Tacoma Ledger

Tacoma Community College's Harned Center earns LEED Gold Certification, Tacoma Daily Index

20 Tacoma arts organizations will share $50K in City grants, Tacoma Daily Index

Thursday, Jan 14th

File No.: 7367.22727 Trustee: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. Grantors: Lesliee, Tacoma Daily Index

Bates opens new Advanced Technology Center, Tacoma Weekly

Nightlife, Tacoma Weekly

KeyBank presents $30,000 to Goodwill for financial literacy training, Tacoma Weekly

Signature drive seeks to put methanol plant to a vote, Tacoma Weekly

Make a Scene: Lakewood Playhouse makes "˜Arcadia' a lush place to be, Tacoma Weekly

Mark your calendars: Sasquatch! Lineup announced, Tacoma Weekly

Culture Corner, A Guide to the Museums of Tacoma, Tacoma Weekly

The Things We Like, Tacoma Weekly

Where to celebrate MLK Day, Tacoma Weekly

City approves moratorium on marijuana shops, Tacoma Weekly

Signs highlight the diversity of trees in Tacoma's Wright Park, Tacoma Weekly

Bulletin Board, Tacoma Weekly

TAKE SMALL STEPS TO GET FIT, Tacoma Weekly

Rapper, activist connects King's legacy to Black Lives Matter, Tacoma Weekly

Artists explore evolution at Seymour Conservatory, Tacoma Weekly

Old Spaghetti Factory prepares to move locations, Tacoma Weekly

Our view: Methanol plant seems to have roster of concerns, Tacoma Weekly

Undercover sting in Tacoma targets accused child sex predators, Tacoma Weekly

Domestic violence suspect wanted in Pierce County, Tacoma Weekly

$23M Advanced Technology Center opens at Bates Technical College, Tacoma Daily Index

Destiny & Grit LIVE!, Destiny & Grit

Last days for aging downtown Tacoma art installation, Tacoma Daily Index

Benaroya family donates art collection, $14M to Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma Daily Index

Saturday, Jan 16th

Maxwell’s Speakeasy Closes, Exit133

Monday, Jan 18th

Monster Trucks invade Tacoma Dome, Tacoma Weekly

A force of nature, Tacoma Weekly

First Tacoma Homicide of 2016: Dylan Lee Oman, Tacoma Stories

Thursday, Jan 28th

NO. 0000109492 PETITION FOR MINOR'S NAME CHANGE DISTRICT COURT FOR, Tacoma Daily Index

Culture Corner, A Guide to Cultural Organizations, Tacoma Weekly

Singers needed to try out for "˜O Say Can You Sing?' competition, Tacoma Weekly

Local Restuarants, Tacoma Weekly

New look for thrift store retail unveiled at 38th Street Goodwill, Tacoma Weekly

Guest Editorial: Another look at Building 7, Tacoma Weekly

Stupid criminal of the week, Tacoma Weekly

UWT plots future after turning 25, Tacoma Weekly

Nightlife, Tacoma Weekly

Jazz favorite Ed Taylor takes new gig at G. Donnalson's, Tacoma Weekly

The Things We Like, Tacoma Weekly

Mark your calendars: Rock Hall Three For All, Tacoma Weekly

Organic forms characterize B2's Winter Exhibition, Tacoma Weekly

Teddy Haggarty art show on display at Delia's Oakland Lounge, Tacoma Weekly

Speak up for walking, bicycling and transit, Tacoma Weekly

Bulletin Board, Tacoma Weekly

Our view: Success brings success in retooled school district, Tacoma Weekly

Lil Ripp has big plans for Tacoma, Tacoma Weekly

TLT's "˜Second Samuel' brews heady emotional cocktail, Tacoma Weekly

Guest Editorial: Avoiding a bad trip down memory lane, Tacoma Weekly

Tacoma City Council Meeting - January 26, 2016, Exit133

A New Location for the Old Spaghetti Factory, Tacoma BIA Blog

What Makes a Place Livable?, Exit133

3 Tips for Effective Small Business Goal Setting, Metropolitan Development Council

Completion Competition Results, C.L.A.W.

TNT Diner: Bars offer better vegan options in Tacoma, TNT Diner

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