East Pierce Fire and Rescue firefighters will accompany Santa during his annual visit to local neighborhoods in Bonney Lake, Sumner, Lake Tapps, Prairie Ridge, South Prairie, Wilkeson, Edgewood and Milton.
The 18th annual Pancake Feed, hosted by the International Association of Firefighters Local No. 3520, will be from 7 a.m. to noon, Saturday, at the Sumner fire station, 800 Harrison Street. Tickets can be purchased at the door for a $3 donation.
The Bonney Lake Police Department's annual Giving Tree is growing steadily and organizer Barb Wigton said the yearly success of the program is thanks to a community full of behind-the-scene helpers.
Cascade Regional Blood Services will be conducting the following mobile blood drives in Bonney Lake and Sumner.
Plateau birth announcements from St. Elizabeth Hospital.
Author Michael Schein will be at the Bonney Lake Library at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 discussing Chief Leschi and the history of the Puget Sound Native Americans through the Indian Wars of 1855-56.
Author Dawn Walsh will be at A Good Book in Sumner from 1 to 3 p.m. for a book signing event. The newly published book “East of the Elbe” is a military memoir through Europe during the Cold War.
The holiday season is coming early to Sumner. On Saturday, Nov. 13 the Sumner Downtown Association's Hometown Holiday Celebration is happening from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The nativity story is a biblical account of the first Christian Christmas. CarolAnn Sanderson recently published a book which delves deeper into the Christmas story, which she hopes is an chronologically accurate.
Hunger is a buried burden for many Pierce County families; a problem that's often overlooked and ignored. Resources are at a low, due in part to the struggling economy and a recent cut in food stamp funding. Food bank inventories are short and demand is high, according to Bonney Lake Food Bank Director Stew Bowen.
Pierce County Library System will be closed Monday, Nov. 11, to observe Veterans Day.
The Sumner Spartans went undefeated in the regular season beating White River Hornets in the final game 35-0 at home.
In 2014 the Affordable Care Act takes effect. The health care landscape will change substantially. New provisions are included that will impact individuals and families, people with jobs and people who are unemployed.
Residents can learn how to reduce the amount of waste they produce by attending Pierce County’s free composting classes this fall. Classes will be offered on yard waste and food waste.
Jim French, a longtime employee of the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission’s Boating Program, has received national honors from the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA).
A boy, Bishop Douglas Quint Vinnedge, born Sept. 25, 2013
Free classes at Bonney Lake Pierce County Library will introduce participants to using computers, utilizing Microsoft Excel and Word, navigating the Internet and more.
Personal stories of NW families struggling to make ends meet & avoid foreclosure highlight the need for community involvement to help Pierce County families struggling to stay in their homes
The Bonney Lake boy's tennis team lost its last regular season match 3-2 against Peninsula on Tuesday, Oct. 15. The Panthers end the regular season with a record of 8-3.
Cascade Regional Blood Services will be conducting the following mobile blood drives in Bonney Lake and Sumner: • Fridays – November 1, 8, 15 and 22 from 1 - 6 p.m. at Columbia Bank in Bonney Lake (sponsored by Bonney Lake Lions Club)