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More than 1,000 low-income youngsters in Pierce County will be put to work this summer thanks to federal stimulus money.
Three, young Plateau-area women will vie for the King-Pierce County Dairy Ambassador crown.
Members of the Sumner Police Department work to serve and protect, but before an officer can respond to a crime scene there is a crucial step.
Upon becoming eligible for Medicare coverage, people may be overwhelmed by the complexity of the system.
The 20th annual Spring Fair runs Thursday through Sunday at the Western Washington Fairgrounds in Puyallup.
• On April 7 an officer on patrol observed a vehicle and driver in an empty parking lot in the 6100 block of Parker Road. The officer watched the driver fill a balloon from what was later identified as a nitrous oxide compressor and inhale the laughing gas (nitrous oxide). The officer observed four nitrous oxide cartridges on the ground and 16 more in the parking lot’s planter. The officer asked the driver if he was all right and what he was doing. The driver replied that he was fine and was being stupid. The officer observed a glass smoking device in the car as well. The officer placed the driver under arrest. The driver said he had inhaled about 10 cartridges and the rest were from previous nights. He had also smoked some marijuana. He was booked into jail.
In a rare show of excitement during city government, the public in attendance at the April 6 Sumner City Council meeting erupted in applause. The elation was in response to the council’s passing of an ordinance aimed at reducing future flood damage.
After becoming aware of approvals of “forest practice applications,” Bonney Lake officials sent a letter to the Department of Natural Resources DNR)(.
Good Friday became a day of smiles, handshakes and toasts for the Lake Tapps community and Cascade Water Alliance.
The Courier-Herald will feature profiles on senior citizens four times during 2009. The special page, titled “Eighty to 100,” will appear in both the Enumclaw and Bonney Lake/Sumner editions April 29, July 29, September 30 and Dec. 30 – the months that have a fifth Wednesday.
Good Friday became a day of smiles, handshakes and toasts for the Lake Tapps community and Cascade Water Alliance.The Lake Tapps Community Council and Chuck… Continue reading
BY DENNIS BOXdbox@maplevalleyreporter.comGood Friday became a day of smiles, handshakes and toasts for the Lake Tapps community and Cascade Water Alliance.The Lake Tapps Community Council… Continue reading
East Pierce Fire and Rescue Chief Jerry Thorson addressed the Bonney Lake City council April 7, stating that his department wants to continue the relationships it has with cities in its service area.
Dashing rumors to the contrary, officials with the state's Department of Transportation hold fast to their belief that work on the Kummer Bridge will be finished in time for the hectic Fourth of July traffic.
Enumclaw's agricultural scene and the Black Diamond Historical Depot Museum are featured in 4Culture's launch of Destination Heritage, a program encouraging King County tourism of historic places.
In a rare show of excitement during city government proceedings, the public in attendance at Monday's Sumner City Council meeting erupted in applause. The elation was in response to the council's passing of an ordinance aimed at reducing future flood damage.
For those who are tired of hearing the fear, doom and gloom that’s been filling the airwaves, Mount Rainier Christian Center has the answer.