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Lake Tapps Reservoir was at its lowest level for this winter for the first two weeks of February. Cascade Water Alliance today announced it will begin the spring fill of the Lake Tapps Reservoir this week.
The sights and sounds of new home construction look to continue on Enumclaw’s eastern edge, now that the city approved plans to turn 70 acres of former pasture into 175 building lots.
Pierce County News for the week of Feb. 16, 2017 New FEMA…
A desire to provide more information recently brought a new website and Facebook presence to the city of Buckley.
Pierce County News for the week of Feb. 9, 2017 Meet the…
East Pierce firefighters responded to a three-car crash at the north end of Lake Tapps.
In the most recent turn of events in the Open Public Meeting Act lawsuit against the city of Black Diamond, city council and council members, King County Superior Court Judge Janey Helson is considering whether or not to grant council members Pat Pepper, Erika Morgan and Brian Weber’s preliminary injunction and order the city to pay for their defense, at least until the final ruling in the case.
Anyone interested in joining the Enumclaw City Council has just another week to make their desires known.
The Johnson Cancer Foundation is now a fully operational non-profit offering a total of $12,000 in college scholarships for students who lives are affected by cancer. This scholarship opportunity is open to all students in the Sumner, White River and Enumclaw school districts.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe will be working on the tracks, and their…
The Open Public Meeting Act lawsuit against the city of Black Diamond has started moving forward with a ruling from King County Superior Court Judge Janet Helson on Friday, Feb. 3 granting a motion to allow the city to hire Shannon Ragonesi of the Seattle-based Keating, Bucklin & McCormack firm for legal services.
Home medicine cabinets have become dangerous places these days, as useful medications are falling – at a growing rate – into the wrong hands.
Pierce County News for the week of Feb. 2, 2017 Homeless Count…
Two suspects charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver, illegal gun possession | Pierce County Prosecutor
On Monday the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office charged Javier Gonzalez Lopez, 32, Jose Adelaido Arujo Diaz, 29, and two co-defendants with unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
The bond, which would go toward renovating both elementary schools and the middle school, as well as pay the district’s share of remodeling the Bonney Lake and Sumner high schools, comes with a property tax rate increase of $0.23 per $1,000 in assessed value.
Yesterday the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office charged Allen Vintora Maae, 31, and Scott Allen Wheeler, 31, with first degree murder.
Feb. 8 edition of the Courier-Herald it will be delivered
A foot of snow fell on the Plateau between last Sunday and Monday, closing schools and city services alike. But while students were enjoying a surprise day off, firefighters and police officers were busy dealing with slushy roads, downed power lines and fallen trees.
One injured transported to Harborview Medical Center
Possible snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches by 4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6.
Senator Joe Fain explains more of the words and phrases used to…
The Enumclaw Fire Department was dispatched to a large structure fire Saturday.…
Old age, high cost and lack of space spurred the Sumner School District to shut down the pool next year for the high school remodel, but some coaches and parents are hoping to find a different solution.
Pierce County News for the week of Jan. 26, 2017 Anderson Island…
As expected, King County officials took action last week to change the name of the local fire department.
An effort to involve motivated young people in Enumclaw city government kicked off earlier this month with Audrey Crumb and Emma Zahourek taking their seats as inaugural members of the Students On Council program.
The Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office charged Brandon Leonard Starks, 27, with one count of unlawful possession of a firearm, theft of a motor vehicle, identity theft, and forgery.
“The mumps outbreak in Pierce County is spreading,” said Nigel Turner, communicable disease division director at Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department
The city of Enumclaw’s Gallery 2017 will be showcasing the work of…
New artificial turf field, boat trailer parking area, walking and BMX trails are planned for the south half of the park.
Changes are coming to the Enumclaw school system, both in the district’s…
What’s in a name? In the case of the fire district serving Enumclaw and its rural environs, a few simple words can seemingly provide some clarity, a sense of familiarity and a link to history.
Tacoma’s MLK Celebration, local economic forecasts, WorkSource Job Center, and more | Pierce County TV
Pierce County News for the week of Jan. 19, 2017.
The holidays are often a time to gather family together to enjoy good company and good food. But – as Denise Lakin pointed out to her students this year – not everyone can get a hot meal.
A kickoff event to celebrate the new Relay For Life of Rainier…
Due to the Jan. 9 resignation of Morgan Irwin, Enumclaw is looking to fill the Position 1 seat on the City Council.
Senator Joe Fain explains what Washington state has done and what’s next to increase protections for animals… in 57 Seconds.
More than a half-million dollars will soon be coming Buckley’s way, money that will fund the majority of planned improvements to a busy stretch of River Avenue.
It’s never too late to do what you love, Kelly Marshall learned.
Over the next three weeks, the reservoir will be drawn down approximately six to eight feet.
Theresa Greenhalgh was one of two victims identified in a Tacoma double homicide, one of the most gruesome murder cases in recent regional history.
If you aren’t a registered voter in Washington, here are registration deadlines to keep in mind
Mount Rainier is possibly the No. 1 geological icon of the Plateau.
Bonney Lake is offering the chance for soon-to-be graduating high schoolers to earn a $1,000 scholarship for continuing their education.
Half a year after an out-of-control car careened into the Buckley Foothills Museum, the museum has reopened and is ready to receive visitors.
East Pierce Fire and Rescue firefighters were inundated with multiple calls Saturday, many of them serious.
By not approving an ordinance adopting the state’s 2012 Stormwater Management Manual, the city is now at risk of state and federal fines, plus third party lawsuits.