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It’s been a long year — check out some of the Plateau’s biggest stories you may have missed or forgotten.
After 38 years
Most firework injuries happen on Independence Day, but several injuries happen around the New Year as well.
500 more seats could be added to the Expo Center’s arena in the near future.
Union reps say negotiations have stalled since they began in April.
JH Golf submitted the only valid proposal last June.
It’s a hodgepodge mix, but large investment companies own a substantial chunk.
The Green River College is receiving $96,000.
The district honored her service by naming the board room after her.
There also have been three adult flu-related deaths reported this season.
Stolen U-Haul recovered, a delivery scam, and a BB gun mistaken for the real thing.
Did the King County Superior Court stand up for Anthony Chilcott’s rights under the law to be released without bail, or did a quick decision let down the Black Diamond community?
The road work is expected to be performed in 2020.
No matter our differences, we are all human beings.
An east-west route could tie in with the proposed ultra-high-speed rail between B.C. and Portland.
Residents and businesses may soon have a chance to sponsor the tower, in exchange for their names being attached to the tower’s steps.
State awards more than $26 million for salmon recovery projects | Recreation and Conservation Office
Folks in Pierce and King County can look forward to work being done on the South Prairie Creek and the Green River.
Pit bulls and other “dangerous” canines on the Plateau can now take a test to be exempt from breed-specific legislation
The authority will consolidate crisis response and services into one entity.
Suspension expected to begin in January