SHADY COVE, Ore. (AP) — Police say two teenage boys are the chainsaw-wielding vandals who damaged a Shady Cove park three weeks ago. The boys, 14 and 15, allegedly used a chainsaw to cut down two trees, carve a 3-by-3-foot hole in the side of the park’s pump house, and cut two picnic benches in half, More
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TACOMA (AP) — A new park taking shape on a former slag heap on the Tacoma waterfront could be named for science fiction author Frank Herbert, known for the “Dune” novels. The News Tribune reports Herbert was a Tacoma native who explored Puget Sound. His son and biographer, Brian Herbert, says the environment theme…More
A big, stainless steel propeller that was stolen Tuesday before it could be installed in a Seattle park was recovered at a Kent business park early this morning. A security guard at the Northwest Corporate Park found the 1,200-pound propeller attached by a tow strap to a tree. He’d heard about the theft on the news and called…More