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The new event is only being hosted April 24 and 25, and on May 1, 2, 8, and 9.
The man was airlifted to a hospital and remains in stable but critical condition.
Council approved union contract, awarded construction bid and more
It will involve new flooring, electrical upgrades and carving out space for the Historical Society.
An Enumclaw officer at one point struck the suspect’s vehicle to prevent a collision with a bystander.
Council Member James Morem is moving with his family to Nebraska
Teago Manoharan wants to bring a bakery to Buckley. And an app. And a restaurant. And classes.
The Enumclaw School District has yet to make any similar announcement.
Council members agreed kids need to wear helmets, but differed on specifics of the proposal
REKO markets are all about getting food fresh from the farm to your table.
Council also approved a stormwater ordinance, and discussed skatepark safety efforts.
Take a peek inside the $130 million project, which is designed to move up to 60,000 fish a day.
Both cities saw a double-digit percentage jump in taxes.
The annual court almost didn’t happen this year, but enough girls from around Pierce County convinced the Daffodil Festival to keep it going.
Rural Development Initiatives starts its program at the end of March.
Emmi Clay, Sabrina Page, and Hailey Ledenko received their scholarships from Pacific Lutheran University.
Buckley Storage was fined $1,000 for violating environmental standards.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department visited Buckley on Feb. 6.
Young Buckley writers and artists have an opportunity to show off their work in the annual Pierce County Library System Our Own Expressions Teen Writing… Continue reading
Austin Chase went missing after eluding police on Jan. 13.