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Rory Thayse was diagnosed with leukemia during the last winter holiday season, but six months of intensive treatment look to have been successful so far.
A Bonney Lake family is raising awareness of the prevalent dangers of sudden cardiac arrest in the military.
The advisory was lifted Aug. 2.
Work is expected to begin the week of Aug. 6 - 10 and will take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays only through the end of the month.
It may be difficult for a supermajority of voters to pass the measure, given the other property taxes they are paying now and others they will be voting on in the November election, but Fire Chief Bud Backer believes people will see the real need East Pierce is in.
The Greater Bonney Lake Historical Society is facing challenges, the most noteworthy being its members moving away and not having a place to call its own.
Bring a toy to Allan Yorke Park this Wednesday for the annual “Salute to Armed Forces” concert.
Be careful swimming in the northeastern part of the lake.
The former Bonney Lake Panther was drafted after one season at Oral Roberts University, where he managed an impressive average of 11.64 strikeouts per nine innings.
The former Panthers are ready to hit the next level of baseball.
More than a dozen food trucks will be parked at Allan Yorke Park, along with some favorite local performers and breweries raising money for a good cause.
Make sure to let WSDOT know how you think traffic between Bonney Lake and Enumclaw can be improved by Sunday, July 22.
The man was using his cell to contact his wife; after hanging up and calling 911, first responders were able to use GPS to narrow their search.
The BLPD has a new prescription medication disposal box residents can use free of charge.
Here’s your chance to tell the Department of Transportation how you think traffic can be improved on the highway.
Library system seeking to address budget deficit by increasing property taxes.
Don’t get cited with a civil infraction this Independence Day.
Bonney Lake, Buckley and Sumner are once again gearing up for their summer concert series.
If approved by voters, the bond would raise $80 million in revenue over a 20-year period in order to seriously overhaul some of the department’s outdated stations.
Don’t be caught swimming in the areas being treated with pesticides.