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The Chinook Scenic Byway is one of only several dozen byways recognized by the federal government as an “All-American Road.”
A similar outage in 2014 looks to have prepared Pierce County agencies for future incidents.
The Enumclaw History Museum wants to make a few changes, but we’d like the public’s help.
Sumner resident Donald James Morgan, 32, has been charged with felony eluding, unlawful possession of a firearm, hit and run, resisting arrest, identity theft, mail theft, and possession of stolen property.
911 appears to be up and working, but if you get a busy signal, here are other numbers to call.
Check out the top stories from the Plateau that either shaped last year, or promise to affect the next.
This is part of a 2008 agreement with the company that runs Pierce County’s sole operating landfill.
Kevin Booth said the decision wasn’t easy, but he knew what the right thing to do was.
The King County Superior Court ruled four multi-state charities used false or misleading statements in solicitations, tricking donors into donating money when they otherwise may not have.
By next fall, a two-lane temporary bridge is expected to help ease Buckley traffic.
One of the passengers was a local middle schooler.
Find out when Saint Nick will be arriving in your neighborhood next week.
I&C Northwest is also banned from working on any public projects.
Total Reclaim, the state’s largest electronic waste recycler, secretly sent 8.3 million pounds of LCD screens to Hong Kong.
Find out where in Enumclaw, Buckley, Bonney Lake, or Sumner where you can donate new toys for kids in need.
The 20-year, $80 million bond was the largest fire department bond ever approved by voters in state history.
It’s back at the old Wickersham School of Discovery Campus, where the director went to kindergarden and near where her father went to elementary school.
Find out how your garbage and recycling pickups will be affected by Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years.
By 2023, residents will see a 50 percent rise in their water rates and a 40 percent in their sewer rates.
As of Nov. 14, both property tax proposals have just inched past the finish line, but with ballots still to be counted, it may be too early to count those chickens.