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After seven years of vacancy, plans for the Red Apple building in Sumner may be coming to fruition. The site is set to serve as a place for local venders to sell farm fresh and artisanal products.
Cancer is an unwelcome threat; a scary and relentless bodily intruder. Relay for Life is an organization that provides support for those affected by the many forms of this disease. One Bonney Lake Relay team is sponsoring a silent art auction as a part of their contribution to the relay.
Tuesday's game was the first loss of the league season for Spartan softball.
The Bonney Lake Panthers won 8 to 1 in their home game against Lakes on April 2
After a shaky start in the world of collegiate gymnastics, Randi Schorzman can call herself an All-American.
Action Day Camp, offered by the Sumner/Bonney Lake Recreation Department, is open for registration. Each camp segment lasts one week and offers games, arts and crafts, movies, swimming, biking, field trips and more! Camps are available for kindergarteners to sixth graders.
Egg hunts aren't just for kids: the Bonney Lake Senior Center held its senior egg hunt Friday morning.
A stroke is the result of disturbance to the brain's blood supply, be it from blockage or hemorrhage. When a portion of the brain doesn’t receive oxygenated blood, the cells in that area begin to die. Each year 795,000 people are affected by strokes and 140,000 of those cases are fatal, according to East Pierce Fire and Rescue.
This is a roundup of Bonney Lake and Sumner games from March 22 to 28. Results for games played Friday and Saturday are not included.
This list may not include all Easter egg hunts in the area but it provides a good starting point to plan weekend festivities.
Tyrean Martinson grew up on the Plateau but now resides in Gig Harbor. Her recently published book, “Champion in the Darkness”, is a Christian young adult novel with fantasy and science fiction elements.
Very little has changed in the efforts by waste management officials to ensure 100 percent compliance by Bonney Lake citizens. The municipal code states all residents who create waste are required to dispose of it through the garbage collection company under contract by the city.
This is a roundup of Bonney Lake and Sumner games for the week of March 18. Results for games played Friday and Saturday are not included.
St. Elizabeth Hospital in Enumclaw recommends the Mediterranean diet so highly it is offering classes for anyone who want to know more about it.
The Bonney Lake Lion’s seventh annual Death by Chocolate Dinner Auction will be Saturday at the Bonney Lake High School Commons.
Enumclaw resident Hugh Lyman retired as a business owner in 1996. It was the end of his time in the traditional workforce but it was the beginning of something entirely different.
Girls in the second through eighth grades are welcome to join Coach Andrew Sage and the Bonney Lake High School fastpitch team for an interactive practice day.
The Bonney Lake Senior Center and the Bonney Lake High School senior class of 2013 are joining forces for a fundraiser March 15.
Area residents have donated gently used items to be sold at the Sumner library this weekend. Materials such as books, movies and CDs will be available.
Instead of spending $50 per filament spool, the Lyman Filament Extruder II makes it possible to create the same amount of filament for $10.
Friday evening marked the 80th annual Daffodil Festival Queen's Coronation. This year’s reigning Daffodil Queen, Kenna Erhardt, hails from Rogers High School but 23 other girls complete the 2013 Royal Court. Princess Taylor Friend attends Bonney Lake High School. When she isn’t busy being a princess, she participates in Panther Club, ASB, Leo’s Club and keeps busy with AP classes.
The first Sumner University class is tonight at Sumner City Hall. The class takes place from 5 - 8 p.m. at 1104 Maple Street.
Karen Kralovic and her daughter, Kerry Langel, are serving up sweets at 1002 Main Street. Ciarrai Jeanne Confections caters to the nostalgic sweet tooth; mimicking an old time candy shop, it’s complete with swirly pops, jars of “penny” candy and vintage family photographs.
In a world inundated with video games and ever-expanding technology, one Bonney Lake resident is working hard to keep storytelling a part of childhood.