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Tom and DiDi Monroe of Bonney Lake have announced the engagement of their daughter Lauren Monroe to Paul Soderberg.
Cow poop is changing the world – or at least making it a little greener. Every time ol’ Bossy messes up the barnyard, she’s taking us one step (one careful step, oops!) into a future of renewable energy. Got manure? If so, you could be an energy entrepreneur. Or should I say, “entre-maneur?”
Wild about food?
The annual tree topping or “butchering” season arrives each spring to the chagrin of professional arborists and tree service companies that discourage such practices.
East Pierce Fire and Rescue and the Bonney Lake Police are teaming up to sponsor April Pools Day, a free family water safety event from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on April 18 at the Sumner High School pool, 1707 Main Street.
Marianne Binetti will be making the following appearances:
Thank you Sumner floaters!
Applications are being sought to fill two positions on the Pierce County Farm Board. Deadline is May 1. Applicants must be agricultural producers from the unincorporated rural county.
At a special meeting March 25, the Sumner School District’s board of directors accepted a bid for construction of the Lakeridge Middle School replacement.
Someone visiting Sumner may only need to walk down Main Street once to discover the town’s Norman Rockwellian charm.
The Pierce County Regional Council (PCRC) released a new version of the 2009 budget which addresses the lower-than-expected tax revenue.
A 29-year-old University Place male died from injuries received in a motorcycle accident Sunday in Sumner.
Starting this week, U.S. Census Bureau workers are on local streets verifying addresses using handheld computers with GPS for the 2010 count.
Several local events are planned this Easter weekend.
In anticipation of future floods, Sumner City Council is supporting efforts to curtail flood damage from the Puyallup and White rivers.
In the near future, motorists traveling on state Route 410 may notice some clearing on the hill between Sumner and Bonney Lake.