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The 2014 Agricultural Act, also known as the Farm Bill, cut more than $8 billion from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
The Sound Transit Board of Directors unanimously decided to improve pedestrian access and car parking at the Sounder train stations in Sumner and Puyallup.
Conner House, a Sumner High School alum, was elected Student Body President at Gonzaga University last spring.
The new Lake Tapps incident locator program had its first successful test last month – and it wasn’t a test run.
National Senior Citizens day began in 1988 when former President Ronald Reagan made an official proclamation for the observational holiday.
A head-on car collision on the Carbon River Forest Reserve Road near the entrance to Mount Rainier State Park resulted in one driver being pinned under his vehicle.
Bonney Lake resident Joe Daniels was presented the “Sportsman of the Year” award by the Pierce County Sports Council August 8.
In March, Chief Financial Officer Al Juarez announced his retirement to the Bonney Lake City Council.
The East Pierce Fire and Rescue Maintenance and Operations levy may be down, but it is not out. After a few revisions, the levy will return to the Nov. 5 general election ballot.
The East Pierce Fire and Rescue Maintenance and Operation Levy appears to have failed to muster enough support to pass according to results from the Aug. 5 primary election.
Bonney Lake other cities across Pierce County and the state celebrated National Night Out Aug, 5. In Bonney Lake the event was at Allan Yorke Park.
When Claude Wirkus left the hospital July 24, he realized he had a problem – once he was home, he couldn't leave. Having his second leg amputated recently, Wirkus realized his home was not wheelchair accessible.
The Sumner City Council discussed a ban of tobacco products, electronic cigarettes, and other vapor products from city parks on July 28.
The second Jacoby Fun Run is scheduled at Alan Yorke Park August 16. The five kilometer run begins at 9:30 a.m, and the 1 mile at 9:40.