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Bonney Lake police search for elusive Thunderbird

The car almost hit a patrol vehicle the morning of May 5.

 

Police seek runaway Bonney Lake girl

Lily was last seen on May 9.

 

Cannabis Saves Lives tour, slated for May 19 at the Chalet, cancelled | UPDATE

Local artist Tim-Me, who organized the second tour, said one of his fellow performers backed out at the last minute.

 

Bonney Lake officer recognized for actions during kidnapping, car chase

His use of a Stop Stick, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office said, saved at least two lives.

White Cane Days in Enumclaw | Lions Club

Come help the international service group and give someone the gift of sight.

Costco set to open at end of May

Come to the grand opening at 7:40 a.m. on May 30.

Black Diamond staff seeks cost of living increases after stagnant decade

For the past 10 years, city employees have received one or two 1 percent COLAs, had three dozen furloughed work days, and had hours or positions cut, increasing their workload.

Bonney Lake resumes talks of water, sewer projects and rate increases

The City Council has to decide soon what projects to fund, and how much that will cost taxpayers, before the water or sewer utility system experiences a real emergency.

KCSO gives more details on last week’s car chase

The investigation is still ongoing, but deputies say they know the identity of the man involved in the failed car prowl, car chase and shooting.

‘We all know sex offenders’

Revealing the reality of rape and uncovering sexual assault myths

New program offers incentives for keeping Lake Tapps clean

Becoming Lake TappsWise certified could lead to savings on a septic inspections and pumping.

Colin Lund of the developer Oakpointe presented to the Black Diamond City Council last week, letting the council know how the two housing developments in the city are coming along. Lund estimated the first new Black Diamond residents will be moving in soon. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Black Diamond council expansion plan put on hold

At first, the plan to grow the council to seven elected officials looked to pass. Then council members changed their minds.

Colin Lund of the developer Oakpointe presented to the Black Diamond City Council last week, letting the council know how the two housing developments in the city are coming along. Lund estimated the first new Black Diamond residents will be moving in soon. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
The Bonney Lake Police Department met up and thanked the Lake Tapps Hornets lacrosse team for taking a knee when a police procession passed their practice field in March. Photo by Ray Still

Officers thank kids who knelt during procession

The Lake Tapps Hornets lacrosse team took a knee to out of respect for Officer James Larson.

The Bonney Lake Police Department met up and thanked the Lake Tapps Hornets lacrosse team for taking a knee when a police procession passed their practice field in March. Photo by Ray Still

Panthers jazzed for new Performing Arts Center

Sports fans should also be excited for new home-side covered seating at the school stadium.

Bonney Lake team is the ‘People’s Choice’ at scholarship dinner

The Panthers advanced culinary team turned eyes and attracted taste buds with their bacon-themed three course meal at the last Bite of the Apprentice.

WITLI Village Director Adama Ouedraogo, center, with students and staff of Rialo Evangelic, the one school in the village. Submitted photo

Your change can help Burkina Faso students

Walk In The Light International is collecting change in various Enumclaw businesses to buy school supplies for children in Rialo, Sondre, and Vatao.

WITLI Village Director Adama Ouedraogo, center, with students and staff of Rialo Evangelic, the one school in the village. Submitted photo

The power of the powwow | Slideshow

Enumclaw High School and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe put together the 23rd annual powwow last weekend.

‘We’re ready to lift off’

The new Bonney Lake Public Works building design contract is ready for a vote; the facility is expected to open in 2020.

Pacing Parson to walk across Cascades for ALS

He’ll start the 300- mile trek in early May

King County sues to continue sex-ed study

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services canceled a teen pregnancy prevention program grant two years early, affecting King County’s research into how effective its widely used sex education program is.