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Better Business Bureau serving the Northwest is participating in National Cyber Security Alliance's STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Campaign to improve the public's awareness of the basic steps needed to stay safe online.
Pierce County News for the week of September 29, 2016.
The City of Bonney Lake Community Development Committee meeting regularly scheduled for October 4, 2016 has been cancelled.
Last Friday the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office charged Leisa Anne Wagner, 51, with Assault in the Second Degree and Unlawful Imprisonment. The Prosecutor's Elder Abuse Unit is handling the case.
The men and women who have served our country in the armed forces have made great sacrifices. When their service is over, it's our responsibility to help build a bridge back to civilian life.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce looked at the cost of regulations in America and found that excessive regulations are undercutting our economy and costing us jobs.
The boy's most recent victories were against Mt. Tahoma 55-6 and Wilson 46-40. During the Sept. 20 match against Mount Tahoma, Michel Korum led the pack, shooting a 40 at the course. Tied behind him were Trevor Castor and Rayce Spoor with a stroke count of 43, and Kyle Jung and Eric Hughes at 46.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson insists politics isn't driving his call for a ban on the sale of semiautomatic, military-style assault weapons during the 2017 legislative session.
Think of a Tinker Toy set, but for smokers. That's what Buckley resident Paul Galaviz has sent to the U.S. patent office last July; a new water pipe (or bong) design that is durable, cleanable, and – this is Galaviz's big thing – customizable.
One of the criticisms of government is that nothing much gets accomplished. I served on the Enumclaw City Council for a four-year term. Now, nearly five years later, I reflect on what was accomplished both during my term and what has been accomplished in the five years since. I discovered there are lessons to be learned from looking back.
Big-time players made big-time plays. It's an ultimate sports cliché, but it's true. And nowhere was it more evident than on the turf of Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner, where the host Spartans defeated Graham-Kapowsin 34-27 in a Thursday night feature.
Last year, budget cuts kept the fire department from celebrating it's annual Open House for the first time in more than 20 years—but the free health and safety fair is back this year.
I have had the blessing to serve on short-term mission teams in a variety locations. Having served locally in my own community and as far away as Puerto Rico, I have found these trips to be life-changing experiences.
You're looking at a brand new Courier-Herald. Well, actually, you'll need to go to www.courierherald.com to see what's new, because we are revamping the newspaper's website in the near future.
Bethel 70, Bonney Lake 32 September 27 at Classic Golf Club (Spanaway)
Bonney Lake 48, Bethel 26 September 27 at High Cedars Golf Course (Orting) Sumner 75, Rogers 60 September 27 at Linden Golf and Country Club
The Pierce County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Team rescued a missing hiker overnight near Eatonville on Sept. 27.
Bonney Lake 4, Mount Tahoma 1 September 27 at Bonney Lake
Bonney Lake goals: Kaylee Coatney 17:00 (unassisted); Jasmine Smith 47:00 (Coatney); Isabella Sajjadi 50:00 (unassisted); Keyaira Witt 58:00 (Summer Kober); Coatney 65:00 (Kober).
Each year, the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) holds an awards banquet to honor the best in government television programming. Pierce County TV (PCTV) took home 17 awards at the 2016 event, including three first-place finishes and three second-place awards.