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The city has grown since he left 13 years ago, but Bryan Jeter says he’s ready for the challenge.
In 2016, 663 adults and 20 children died from a firearm injury in Washington state, including 144 adults and 7 children from King County.
Yesterday a Pierce County Superior Court jury found Terry Wayne Shepard, 60, guilty of one count of attempted rape in… Continue reading
The next round of classes starts Monday, June 26, and runs through July 24.
Check out some photos from last Friday’s Sumner High School graduation.
Pi Kappa Phi fraternity members from all around the country stopped at Ashley House on their first stop on the Journey of Hope tour.
Make sure you don’t miss the big event next weekend.
Walk, run, volunteer or donate to create life-saving change in the fight against breast cancer
Take the fear out of using those digital camera functions with Hudson’s Photo Workshops
Company’s wide-ranging influence includes employment, education, environment and charitable giving
‘One-of-a-kind opportunity’ lets students explore manufacturing and engineering techniques
I first went in the place one winter’s evening when I was 8 or 9 years old.
The ruling on the Masterpiece Bakery v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission case wasn’t a win for the right or a loss for the left; it’s a chance to do things right the second time around.
Change, they say, is good. It’s the opportunity for growth. It’s a chance to take a breath, reassess, reconfigure. It… Continue reading
Hornets earned more than $2.8 million in scholarships this year.
Agricultural workers end their own lives at a higher rate than workers in any other profession.
Park Service releases record of decision on relocating, killing animals
Last week, Seattle’s City Council did an “about face” revoking the onerous corporate head tax it unanimously enacted less than Continue reading...
Too much money is spent in court where it should go to increasing the salmon population