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Enumclaw’s Nexus Youth and Families organization received $23,000 in grants for its Summer Nature Adventure Program for low-income children and their families.
Parents are worried about the future of the Bonney Lake and Sumner aquatics program. A new Bonney Lake pool looks to be their best opportunity for students and community members, but they say council members must start planning soon.
Officers who have reached their 10, 20, and even 25 year mark of working with the BLPD were presented with certificates of service, and several officers were honored for their lifesaving efforts last year.
Nearly half of all adults have high blood pressure, a huge factor in heart attacks and strokes.
Learn to boat with local police officers
It’s not to late to register to vote in person.
The Pierce County SWAT team shot a suspect this morning when he failed to drop his razor blade.
A King County judge found Black Diamond Councilwoman Pat Pepper and former council members Brian Weber and Erika Morgan violated the state’s Open Public Meetings Act. The defendants settled the lawsuit last week.
Last year’s flu season was worse than the previous three years combined. As of Jan. 22, nine people in Pierce County have died.
With the state’s new “levy swap,” levies for the Enumclaw, White River, Sumner-Bonney Lake and Dieringer school districts will amount to less than what they have in the past.
Pierce County News for Jan. 25-Feb. 8, 2018
Close to 1,000 volunteers spent the early hours of Jan. 27 surveying homeless residents of King County.
The council may start meeting at 7 p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m. A vote is expected Feb. 12.
Meet Enumclaw’s two newest police officers.
Tom McNab was recently promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force.
Washington drivers caught using phones while driving will now receive a $136 ticket
Watch your mail for your Feb. 13 special election ballot. If you’re a Pierce County voter, you may notice a new feature on yours.
Enumclaw’s pool is more than four decades old, so the City of Enumclaw is putting together an advisory committee to chart a course of action.
Dozens of residents complained to the council last October about what they called impossibly high water bills. After several months performing an internal audit of the water utility system, including testing 43 water meters from homes that received a high water bills, the city holds there is no bug in the system, and residents used the amount of water recorded on their bills. But some residents, and even councilmembers, remain unconvinced.
Corsets, bras, and bustles, oh my! The White River Valley Museum is hosting its new event, “Suffer for Beauty,” which is all about the changing ideals of female beauty through the ages. The exhibit runs through June 17.