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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.
The Sumner Spartans have been fighting against the current, having yet to win a swim meet this year. “Moving up to 4A has been straight-out… Continue reading
Last week, the city announced a 5.7 percent increase in collection rates for residents and businesses.
The city – now funded through March 2017 – will continue budget discussions through the new year.
Black Diamond residents can rest easy knowing that their city will not shut down in January.
Sewer and water rates increase
Major budget amendments introduced to the public, city attorney and staff after public hearings close
“I don’t like feminism,” my neighbor told me after I showed him my copy of bell hooks’ ‘Feminism is for Everybody.” He said he was… Continue reading
With the Sumner gymnastics team taking their first meet win since 2013 last Wednesday, the girls are looking forward to an exciting season.
Deputies are still trying to identify the subject who shot five bullets into the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department station in Bonney Lake.
The Bonney Lake City Council continues to consider what the first phase of the Allan Yorke Park makeover should be.
Three hundred million people watch London’s New Year’s Parade every year.
‘Tis the season for layups, free throws and three pointers.
Oakpointe lawsuit alleges 135 counts of Open Public Meeting Act violations, asks court to hold council members Pat Pepper, Erika Morgan and Brian Weber personally liable for $67,500.
After two years of composing, songwriting and recording, the Sierra Lauren released her first extended play, “True North,” over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Jade Greens Golf Course – the nine-hole course that lies between Auburn and Black Diamond – closed last weekend.
The Bonney Lake City Council is ready to put the finishing touches on its 2017-2018 biennial budget. The council held its final public hearing on the budget on the Nov. 22 meeting.
When Enumclaw resident Ellie Schmidt received an invitation to compete in the National American Miss pageant, her mother Angie thought it would be a great way to boost her daughter’s self esteem. It was her first ever pageant, but Ellie placed well enough (second runner-up in Queens Court and first runner-up in Talent) to attend Nationals, which took place in Disneyland last weekend.
Concept plans for Lake Tapps, Downtown, Midtown and Eastown areas were presented to City Council Nov. 15.
Budget season is a busy time for many cities, but the Black Diamond City Council is skirting right along the edge of some deadlines due to some scheduling conflicts that left the Nov. 17 meeting without a quorum.