Candidates compete for seat vacated by Republican Dave Reichert
Plateau drivers should be prepared for a Saturday morning delay as Washington State Department of Transportation bridge maintenance staff continue to inspect the State Route 410 White River Bridge.
The Sumner boys lost its first round game of the tournament 54-46 to Foss.
The Sumner girls basketball team will host the Capital Cougars at 7 p.m. tonight in the first game of the districts tournament.
Hemp is neither a drug nor a hallucinogen, but it’s still considered a controlled substance by the federal government. However, a combination of new federal and state laws passed in the last year could eliminate restrictions on growing hemp in Washington. In the early 1600s, hemp was used as legal tender in what is now Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland, according to the Public Broadcasting Service Frontline website. The Virginia Assembly made it a requirement for farmers to grow hemp because of its versatility. That changed in 1970 when hemp was lumped with marijuana and put onto the Controlled Substances Act. Until February 2014, no one has been allowed to grow hemp in the U.S. because it was considered a Schedule I drug, alongside its cousin, pot.
The Bonney Lake boys basketball team lost 73-48 to Auburn Tuesday.
The Panthers will host Sumner at 5:15 p.m. Friday in the first game of the double header.
The Panthers hosted the Auburn Riverside Ravens Wednesday in the final match of the regular season.
Bonney Lake won 62-16.
The Panthers finished the regular season with a win over Auburn Riverside.
Bonney Lake won 111-74 Tuesday at home.
The Sumner Spartans wrestling team traveled to Peninsula Wednesday to face the Seahawks.
Sumner lost 41-26.
The Bonney Lake Panthers and Sumner Spartans traveled to Enumclaw Wednesday to face the Hornets and the Tahoma Bears in the final regular season meet.
Tomorrow is the big game and we want to see your #twelfies.
The Seattle Seahawks won its way to the Super Bowl for the second time in a row and we want your game day photos.
On a routine patrol, officers witnessed a vehicle going over the posted speed limit of 25 miles per hour on Locust Ave. E. Upon contact with driver, a records check showed he had a warrant out of the Pierce County Sherriff’s Office for failure to register as a sex offender.