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Becoming Lake TappsWise certified could lead to savings on a septic inspections and pumping.
At first, the plan to grow the council to seven elected officials looked to pass. Then council members changed their minds.
The Lake Tapps Hornets lacrosse team took a knee to out of respect for Officer James Larson.
Sports fans should also be excited for new home-side covered seating at the school stadium.
The Panthers advanced culinary team turned eyes and attracted taste buds with their bacon-themed three course meal at the last Bite of the Apprentice.
Walk In The Light International is collecting change in various Enumclaw businesses to buy school supplies for children in Rialo, Sondre, and Vatao.
Enumclaw High School and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe put together the 23rd annual powwow last weekend.
The new Bonney Lake Public Works building design contract is ready for a vote; the facility is expected to open in 2020.
He’ll start the 300- mile trek in early May
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services canceled a teen pregnancy prevention program grant two years early, affecting King County’s research into how effective its widely used sex education program is.
Residents have until April 11 to make suggestions on where the dog park should be, what it should be named, and even what amenities the park should have.
It’s a crowning achievement for Chloe Furnstahl, who will be competing in the state pageant during the Memorial Day weekend.
Charlene Joy Keys ran a private investigation business in Enumclaw until 2014, helping clients around the country collect money owed to them through bankruptcy courts. According to the Department of Justice, she committed mail fraud at least five times, keeping more money than she was owed.
Bonney Lake Rocks! is one of many local Kindness Rock Project chapters looking to make positive impacts.
Sumner High School joined thousands of other students in a nation-wide walkout last week.
Jared P. T. Standley, 21, was charged with killing his parents in Buckley last week.
The Babst Memorial Scholarship, in memory of Garrett and J.T. Babst, will go to an Auburn Mountainview High School student to support their decision to go into trade school.
The suspect has been arrested and is expected to be charged with murder in the first degree.
Chris Wisnoski was nominated and confirmed unanimously to the Position No. 5 council seat.
Hundreds of friends and family members attended the police procession and candlelight vigil last week for James Larsen and Zach Roundtree.