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Ever wanted to know more about how water works in your city, and exactly where your money goes when you pay your bills? The March 3 open house may be able to answer all your questions.
Councilwoman Pat Pepper will most likely be recalled as soon as the February special election is certified Friday, Feb. 23.
The land is expected to be bought by King County, which plans to protect the forest and lake from urban sprawl.
New classrooms, science labs, an expanded commons, library and career center will be open by October, a couple of months faster than originally expected.
They read “Snowmen All Year” with first graders from Wilkeson Elementary.
The law will model Snohomish County’s ban on safe drug injection sites.
Pierce County News for the week of Feb. 22 to March 8, 2018.
Britt Nelson will be leaving her position as head of the organization in June.
The Foothills Historical Museum in Buckley, the Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society, the Carbon River Corridor/Wilkeson Historical Society and the Sumner Historical Society are coming together Feb. 24.
There were more than 1,000 Salmonella cases nationally last year.
Instead of 7:30 p.m. on Moondays, the council will now meet at 7 p.m. sharp.
It’s officially a snow day.
The event, held at Enumclaw High School, will help fund the Enumclaw Food Bank and Plateau Outreach Ministries.
Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist visited South Prairie’s Town Hall last month to speak about several issues, and what the county is doing about them.
Bree Newsome climbed the flagpole in front of the South Carolina statehouse to tear down the Confederate battle flag after the Charleston shooting.
It’s not too late to get a flu shot, the department says.
Sophia DeMarco will head down to Washington D.C. as a state winner of the Prudential Spirit of Service Award
All local levies are currently passing, as well as the recall measure for Black Diamond Councilwoman Pat Pepper.
The State Legislature is considering training aimed at improving child safety.