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A little over a year ago, I had the honor of “opening” the new zip line in Loyalty Park by riding it into a ribbon.
The festival’s intent is to promote small, local farms by highlighting different varieties of garlic, letting people interact with farm animals and giving people access to a local working farm for the day, according to the event’s hosts and owners of Simple Goodness Farm Ross and Venise Cunningham.
The four-part, nonprofit organization boasts close to 40 members who rehearse from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays at the Enumclaw Senior Center. The next round of rehearsals begins Sept. 7.
I could have spent the first days of my summer like any other kid. Going to the lake, relaxing with friends, playing video games. Instead, I was flown down to New Orleans, slept on the floor of an empty church, and told to work. And I couldn’t be more grateful.
Believe it or not, there are people who move to Sumner, figuring that a safe community means nothing bad ever happens.
The Washington State Department of Health is urging parents and guardians to make sure their kids’ immunizations are up to date before heading back to school this fall.
After almost twenty years in public service, one of the things of which I am most proud is the staff that serves our city.
Hundreds of colorful kites of all shapes and sizes will fill the skies over Chambers Creek Regional Park at the annual Kite Festival set for Saturday, Aug. 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The King County Fair opened the gates to the longest running fair west of the Mississippi
Entertainment starts at 4:30 p.m. on Thursdays.
Allan Yorke Park was filled with the sound of the Generals 7 Dixie Land Band.
I’m sitting at Starbucks thinking about our shift from the USA of past centuries to our USA of today.
Every season in Sumner is special, but summer seems more so, maybe because our name practically is “summer.”
I took my aisle seat on a flight destined for Orlando. Sitting next to me was a couple, probably in their mid-40s, the wife being in the center position next to me while her husband occupied the seat by the window.
The program runs June 24 through Sept. 3 and is offered at al branches of the Pierce County Library System.
Check out BLHS’ graduation at the Showware Center this year!
Yes, we continue to have traffic throughout Sumner. The question is, what are we doing about it?
Families throughout the area, particularly school-age children, can receive nutritious meals throughout the summer months. In all cases, food is provided free, courtesy of local school districts, cities and civic organizations.
Check out Sumner High School’s 2017 graduation!
Have you ever noticed that in most bookstores, the religion section is right next to the self-help section? I understand why bookstores situate these genres next to each other.