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Pierce County News for the week of May 31-June 14, 2018
The highways are scheduled to be accessible from Enumclaw on June 12.
The spike in the unsheltered population in the 2018 count is driven primarily by an increase of people living in cars, RVs, or vans.
The White River Hornet will now be traveling around the state for the next year.
Officials are “ecstatic” that the court blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to withhold research funds.
Police are still searching for Lily Christopherson, 15, from Bonney Lake.
Additional infrastructure needs mean new ballpark won’t go to bid until late 2019.
Get your information in early to be a part of the parade or handcar races.
She’s been with the force for 26 years, and has been chief for the last seven.
Bonney Lake teen Lileana Christopherson was last seen in Tacoma.
The proposed plan would protect forests, trails, shorelines, and farms.
But once councilmember thinks funding for affordable housing and the arts should come before subsidizing stadium maintenance.
The Sumner School District broke ground last week on the new Valley Learning Center. Located behind Sumner Middle School, this new facility will be 35,000… Continue reading
The Department of the Interior has granted a permit to resume mining at the Black Diamond location.
Know how to safely deal with bats and keep yourself protected from rabies.
King County has one of the highest rates of the cancer in the state.
Plateau Outreach Ministries and the Enumclaw Expo Center made presentations to the City Council last week.
Seattle Sounder Jordan Morris visited Dieringer elementary schools last week.
After more than 40 years working with and for municipal and county governments, City Administrator Don Morrison isready to move onto the next chapter of life.
Passes aren’t expected to open until June 11.